The one skill that seems to stymie most snorkelers is clearing your snorkel when water gets inside, either by accident or by diving below the surface.
That will depend on a variety of factors, but chief among them will be the answer to the question, “What will you be using your snorkel for?”
Before using your snorkel, you will need to attach it to your mask. There are both right and wrong ways to do this.
To help you become a snorkel expert, SDI has put together three one-minute videos each covering the three key factors in snorkel selection, use and clearing.
When you work to integrate support units or to provide new technologies, you only improve upon an already quality core structure.
Our responsibility is to know our job, equipment, and capabilities and let the others take care of theirs.
In this example of a commercial diving operation, the combination of standard commercial diving techniques and technical diving procedures proved to be possible to implement in a safe and successful way.
ERDI has two perspectives from two different professional fields, to have a broader understanding about having a career in Public Safety Diving.