Helping Public Safety Professionals, into — and out, of the water!
Emergency Response Diving International (ERDI) is the Public Safety diving (PSD) agency that trains Police, Fire and other public safety organizations in Search and Rescue techniques in just about every submerged environment known. ERDI trains departments on how to make and maintain their own PSD teams along with being the only Public Safety diving training agency that has their own insurance that endorses its own standards. All ERDI programs are OSHA and NFPA compliant. In fact, some of the largest successful and renown departments use ERDI Programs to conduct their training, and now ERDI is offering training at their World Headquarters in Jensen Beach, Florida.
NFPA 1006 and NFPA 1670 standards must be followed
During all open water training an ERDI Supervisor, Instructor, or Instructor Trainer will be present and equipped to respond to any in-water emergencies at all times. Throughout in-water training NFPA 1006 and NFPA 1670 standards will be followed; for those regions not governed by NFPA, any regulatory or legal requirements that apply to professional and/or volunteer public safety and emergency response divers will be honored.
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