New Registration Process

Since its conception Dive RAID has been known for its quality assurance system and data handling. The secure online system is already compliant with the new GDPR regulations. The new diver registration process has now been updated for ease of use.

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Renewed RAID Professionals will continue to receive communications from RAID through their membership agreement. From 25th May 2018 the new GDPR regulations come into play across Europe and we will need your permission to continue keeping you updated. As a RAID renewed professional you will still receive our communications as part of your “membership agreement”. As always we will only email you when we have something important to say! This will include our bi-monthly newsletter and any other urgent news articles. As you are aware it is a RAID standard for professional to keep up to date with the latest RAID standards; we can help you do this through our communications.

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RAID General Diving Standards v55 & GDPR

RAID General Diving Standards (RGDS) v55 is now live on the RAID system. All new standards and any standard changes are highlighted in blue text. Please note, all RAID professionals are required within their Memberships agreement (joining RAID) to familiarise and follow the latest RAID Standards. If you have any queries with regards to the updated standards please do not hesitate to contact the RAID UK head office on 0191 4324644 or

GDPR Advice Sheet for Dive Centres

This article aims to provide support for dive centres in understanding GDPR and being compliant with the new rules. It is not a legal document and is NOT intended as a substitute for professional advice from experts.

New data protection laws are coming into place across the EU from 25th May 2018. These rules apply to all EU citizens regardless of the country they are in as well as every business in Europe. Every business is different and every business owner must take personal responsibility for understanding the new regulations and ensuring their compliance. If you are unsure how it affects you and your business we have some links in this article that should help you, if not please seek professional advice.