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Plan Your Dive and Everything Else, too

Responding to a public safety call is no small job. There is much more planning that you might realize. All this must be done as quickly as possible. This is why we train, train, and train some more. Learn about the questions you should be able to answer before getting in the water for any call.

How The Human Diver Helped Stop a Bar Fight

Are you aware of what your mission is in diving situations? Better yet, are you aware that you are aware? People don’t know what they don’t know and that old habits die hard. Are you always thinking about safety? Learn more about how on insurance rep took Gareth Lock’s Human Factors course and applied it to all aspects of life.

Diving favourite Physicist Friends

Originally, none of these formulated concepts were considered for a diving audience. They were simply investigations into the nature and behaviour of gases. However, these various scientific pioneers have turned out to be some of scuba diving’s favourite physicist friends.

Tips for Reaching the Valves on your Twinset

This is not in any way, shape, or form about how to do a valve drill, shutdown drill, boom scenario or whatever else you call it. How you twiddle those knobs behind your head is for you and you alone to decide. This IS, however, a troubleshooting guide to fixing some details that might make it easier for you.

2/24/19 – Go Diving – Coventry, UK

Now you can come and experience diving for the first time at the GO Diving dive show – and find a host of experts on hand to answer those questions you were perhaps afraid to ask. The Inspiration Stage will host talks aimed at dispelling some of the myths around diving, giving even more reasons why you would want to learn to dive. Come listen to BBC stars Andy Torbet and Miranda Krestovnikoff, from Beyond Bionic, The One Show, Coast, Wreck Detectives and Operation Iceberg, discussing how they got into diving, what they love about exploring beneath the surface, and hear about some of their underwater adventures.

Online diving for dive operators

Need some help figuring out how to reach more people online? Richard Devanney is sharing his two cents on how he’s building his online presence. He shares what’s working and what’s not. What he thinks could be the best use of time for promoting your business and overall how to get more eyes to your website.

Oxygen Toxicity

No matter what type of diving you’re doing it’s important that you keep yourself safe. Whether doing shallow or deep dives, recreational or technical, it is important to always know and be aware of what you are breathing, and what depth you are at. It may save your life. Learn more about oxygen toxicity, how you can prevent it, the two different types and the warning signs that something might be wrong.

Tips for Getting Along With Your Local Pools

Do you struggle with getting pool time for confined water sessions? This can be an ongoing struggle if you let it. Instead, use these tips to help facilitate a relationship with your local pool.

Loving your Local Diving: UK Hotspots

Some folks might think that scuba diving is a vacation sport, that you can only dive in spots where you have to travel away from home. We’re here to tell you it isn’t true! Gemma is back with another article on the local diving spots she’s found in her very own backyard in the UK.