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.
Is your team swift-water trained? Some folks think that if you don’t live in an area where flooding could occur that this type of training is unnecessary. We tend to disagree and feel that you should never underestimate the power of water.
How Cave and Cavern Diving will Make you a better PSD
Cave diving and public safety diving may not have ever crossed your mind as two things that could go hand in hand. However, when you start to really look into these two types of diving, you might find that they aren’t as different as one might think. Bonus? Being a cave diver could also lead to being a better public safety diver.
Is your team prepared for an incident to occur at any of the bodies of water in your jurisdiction? Pre-planning for aquatic rescue incidents can make rescues run more smoothly. This tactic may also help your team complete the mission faster. Learn more about what you need to document in order to create an aquatic rescue plan before you’re ever called to one.
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