Our ears are a vital piece of our senses. Taking action and precautions to protect your ears in every situation should always be a priority. With that comes knowing how the ear works and the different parts of the inner ear. Learn how you can keep your ears safe on every dive with our seven golden rules.
Have you brought your business into the 21st century yet? Are you still making your customers wait up to two weeks for their c-cards to come in the mail? There’s a better way friends and SDI has the solution!
Have you noticed an influx of mine diving photos on social media? It’s trending in popularity and we’re loving it! Learn more about where you can find some of these spots and their history from Gemma Smith.
These aren’t your average technical diving books. They will lead you on an adventure that leaves you itching for your next tech dive!
Preserving evidence should always be a priority when a diver is rescuing a victim or recovering a body. But how we should do that cannot be defined as an easy task. Mark Phillips Editor and Publisher of PSDiver Magazine has found a way to preserve trace evidence with a new technique to bag the hands, feet, and head of a body when performing a body recovery.
In Traci’s third part of her journey to becoming an open water diver, she recounts going through her eLearning course. She also recalls getting fitted for gear for the first time and the joys of trying on wetsuits.
When you’re a new diver it can be difficult to figure out exactly how much weight you need. Between lack of experience and maybe even confidence in diving you might find yourself struggling with how much weight to use. Weighting doesn’t have to be hard to do, learn more about to figure out how much weight you should use.
As a diver, you probably do things like recycle and limit your use of single-use plastics. You may even try to sustainably source your food too. This is all wonderful and these are great ways to help the environment while on land, but did you realize you can make a difference while diving, too?
Get some perspective of all the variables required to determine the force of a rupturing cylinder, the damaged caused by the rupture and some ways to reduce the risk of injury or damage.