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Science Applications International Inc - Current Representative Mr. Neil
Southern Cross Cables Ltd - Current Representative Mr. Dean Veverka
Qualtrack Ltd – Current Representative Mr. Graham Marle
United Kingdom (UK)
ICPC Established in the UK:
22 May 1958
Membership Fees £1500 per year (£2000 per year from 1 July 2013)
Membership of ICPC:
As of June 2013, 135 Members from over 60 Countries
courtesy of NSW
Subject to satisfying the criteria that are defined with the ICPC
Membership Agreement, membership of is available to Submarine Cable
Owners, Submarine Cable Maintenance Authorities, Submarine Cable System
Manufacturers, Cable Ship Operators, Submarine Cable Route Survey
Companies and Governments.
Associate Membership is available to any organization or individual that
has an interest in the submarine cable industry, wishes to be informed
about its development and wants to support the ICPC in achieving its
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Executive Committee is elected to represent the membership as the
customers of ICPC Ltd. The latter is a non-profit corporation that helps
to protect submarine cables from man-made and natural hazards via
delivery of the following services:
maintaining industry recommendations that define the minimum
standards for cable route planning, installation, operation,
maintenance and protection.
exchange of technical, environmental and legal information
pertaining to submarine cable systems.
general enquiries on matters relating to international law and
environmental issues in relation to submarine cables.
emerging legislation and providing information wherever necessary to
protect the legal rights of submarine cables.
awareness of the strategic, economic and social benefits of
submarine cables, especially to Government agencies, the fishing
industry and other seabed users.
projects and/or programmes that are agreed to be beneficial for the
protection of submarine cable systems.
relevant information to prospective new cable owners to encourage
the adoption of minimum industry standards.
effective communication between the members of the ICPC and the
leading suppliers of technology in the submarine cable industry.
maintaining a website to serve the common interest of the ICPC’s
members via public and private (password protected) areas.
affiliations with other international associations representing
Promotional films, warning charts and
literature on cable protection issues, either directly or through
Meetings: Plenary meeting of
ICPC Members usually held during second quarter of each year.
Contact: All communications
with ICPC initially via the Secretary