USA Swimming has officially released new recommendations from the five-person commission appointed to investigate circumstances surrounding the death of open water swimmer Fran Crippen at a FINA race in the UAE last fall.

The non-binding recommendations include several specific guidelines including recommending implementing maximum and minimum water temperatures and that all race organizers have a safety plan in place.

“This commission was given two specific charges, and those were to report the circumstances that led to the death of this young athlete, and to provide recommendations to ensure that such a tragedy does not happen again,” said Open Water Commission Chair Dick Pound in a press release. The committee will remain active pending a final report from FINA.