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Would you lick a dead guy?

Does your team fully encapsulate on every dive? Do you know why this is important? Most importantly do you know the risks you’re taking when you DO NOT encapsulate? Jay White is breaking it all down on why you should encapsulate on every dive.
มีนาคม 11, 2019/by admin

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.
มกราคม 14, 2019/by admin

What Happens When You Don’t Find What You’re Looking For?

You went out and did the job you’re trained for but you came back short. Now what? Now the real work begins, learn more about how your team can use these experiences to train for your next call.
พฤษภาคม 15, 2018/by admin

Go Ahead Throw Your Weapon Over a Bridge, We’ll Find It

Do you know the Do's and Don'ts of recovering evidence thrown over a bridge? Just because it's lost in the water somewhere, doesn't mean it can't be found and used in an investigation.
เมษายน 17, 2017/by admin

Public Safety Diving- It’s not just a hobby, it’s a career

ERDI has two perspectives from two different professional fields, to have a broader understanding about having a career in Public Safety Diving.
พฤศจิกายน 9, 2016/by Rob O'Goodenow

About Jay

Sgt. G.E.(Jay) White is the National Training Coordinator for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police dive program in Canada and is in charge of the RCMP’s National Underwater Recovery Training Centre(NURTC) in Nanaimo BC. Jay is an ERDI Instructor Trainer with 31 years teaching experience in the diving industry including the last 12 years teaching SDI/TDI/ERDI courses. Jay has 20 years experience as a public safety diver and has performed over 1000 public safety dives.

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