The European Committee for Hyperbaric Medicine, as the Body issuing the current standards and guidelines for Divine and Hyperbaric Medicine in Europe.
The European College of Baromedicine, as the Body issuing European Accreditation for Training Programs in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine for Physicians and Hyperbaric Technicians and Nurses.
The Polytechnic University of Marche (Ancona, Italy), with its Engineering Department, for the development of advanced physiological monitoring, telemedicine and marine biology programs, and its Marina Biology Department for the development of Citizen Science Programs aimed at Marine Biology Education, Marine Environment Preservation in cooperation with WWF, Education of Scientific Divers and Scientific Diving Safety Officers.
The University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, with its Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine Departments and Post Graduate Education Programs in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.
The Galatasaray University of Istanbul, with its Bioengineering Department and its Spin-off Companies, for the development of safety oriented diving physiological monitoring systems and training programs for professional commercial diving.
The North-West University, South Africa, with the TREES (Tourism Research in Economic Environs and Society) Program at the Faculty of Economic and Business Science.
DAN America and DAN Southern Africa, as Partners of DAN Europe in the implementation of the common mission and vision and in particular for the implementation of Diving and Hyperbaric Safety and Ergonomy Programs.
PADI Worldwide, with its globally recognised diving training programmes.
PDSA (Professional Diving School Association), Malta.