Hazardous Attitudes Lead to Diving Incident

Aviation instructors are taught to be aware of Five Hazardous Attitudes. They include Anti-Authority (Don’t tell me), Impulsivity (Do it quickly), Invulnerability (It won’t happen to me), Macho (I can do it) and Resignation (What’s the use?)

Industry Risk

Risk Management: Industry Risk

Industry risk is providing training that causes individuals to not dive after their course. These two types of risk are not mutually exclusive, improperly trained divers lead to injuries, increasing our legal risk potential.