A proper high pressure cylinder visual inspection course will show a user/inspector what conditions are acceptable and what conditions could be dangerous.
As a public servant we are called upon, many times without notice, to put our personal safety on the line time after time. Then and there our public safety family is by our side to support and protect.
A team must review where it stands and how it can be better. With training, failure points can be discovered and plans can be developed to prevent future failure. A few training ideas to help improve team capabilities in 2015 are listed below
ERDI is proud to announce its first sponsored CrossFit athlete, South east regional competitor Brian Rottman.
It is interesting to see how various teams around the globe prepare and train for seasonal weather changes.
The full face mask is a unique tool for any public safety diver. It allows a diver to communicate, gain improved visibility, and protect soft tissues.
The public safety dive training you cannot skip if you want to bring your dive team home safely.
Safety must always come first in diving. Public safety diving is no different in this aspect from any other type of diving. Teams must train for the worst and hope for the best.
With the successful completion of a mission and/or training it is important for dive teams to assess the lessons learned during these events.
Three of the most important factors that can keep a public safety diver safe are: knowing the environment and bottom, understanding risk versus benefit, and having the proper equipment.