ERDI and Buck Buchannan of Dive911 provide a local dive team with the necessary training to search and recover a submerged vehicle in less than 15 minutes.
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Entries by SDI/TDI/ERDI
All leaders overseeing public safety organizations recognize and understand the topic of liability, and ERDI training can help any team improve and protect itself.
A brief discussion of decompression sickness (DCS) symptoms, as well as, how to prevent and immediate treatment.
Knowing that we are going to have some sort of equipment malfunctions, environmental/navigation emergencies, and will just simply make mistakes at some point in our technical diving careers, how do we avoid becoming a diving fatality statistic?
Class preparation is a vital part of your overall learning experience. Here are a few tips and tricks to get the most out of your course by showing up prepared and ready to learn.
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Tweet Before you enter the water, review your ABCs. A – Make sure your Air is on by inhaling from your primary second stage while looking at your pressure gauge. If the needle drops significantly when you inhale, it indicates that the valve is either closed or only partially opened. B – Next, make sure […]
The origins of the recreational scuba industry can be found among a group of forward thinking individuals who brought standardized scuba training to the public.
This article will discuss 3 mistakes that are common for new divers, how to avoid them, and how an experienced diver could easily end up making the same mistake.
Getting into the habit of going through a PRE pre-dive checklist well before the dive should be common practice for all divers, regardless of their training or experience level.