Searching for missing objects or evidence in a public safety mission should be taken seriously. By that we mean, proper training and preparations. With this comes practicing body positioning underwater while performing a search mission. We’re breaking down the ins and outs of body positioning and how your team can practice most effectively.
Here are some ideas to consider regarding alternative air. Not only which type of air we use but how often we train in these situations? There are different types of alternate air. How to choose the right one for your team? Here are the things to consider when choosing your alternative air source. The last factor to consider is why it is so critical that you carry an alternate air source.
Have you ever wanted to know what’s important to other ERDI public safety dive teams for ensuring a successful dive call? We personally asked a few dive teams what is important to them for ensuring their team stays on track and on target and this is what they said…
Do you know the differences in the male and female bodies which make them respond to cold differently? This can be important to consider when potentially talking about or even performing an ice rescue. We’re exploring more about the things that cause females and males to react differently when hypothermia is in question.
Completing the proper documentation after every call is crucial to team success. It can also aid in avoiding the potential of running into any potential problems in the future. Here’s a quick guide to understanding what your critical incident stress debriefings are and how you’ll need to utilize them effectively.
Do you know the difference between crime scene recovery and non-evidence recovery? The differences might not be as great as you think. In this article, we will look at the similarities and differences between these two types of recovery.
Have you heard about the common beef between law enforcement and fire department public safety dive teams? It is real and alive; however, we’re calling for these teams to work together for the common good. Learn more about how these two types of teams can work together for the benefit of the community.
Public safety divers often juggle a lot of roles. While you may not be called to testify for each and every call you go on. It’s important to know what you need to do to be prepared to be called to testify no matter what call you go on. In this article we’ll touch on the things you should keep in mind just in case.
Is your team on the same page in regards to what certain terms mean? Do you have team members with all different backgrounds or even training? If you answered yes to either of these questions this article is for you.
Getting funding for a public safety team is no easy feat. It seems that no matter how experienced or large a team is, there’s still never enough to go around. In this article, we’ll walk you through a few unique ways to get corporate funding for your public safety dive team.