Diver safety is paramount when considering temperature and how it may affect a diver’s health.
With any sport or hobby, there are certain unwritten rules of etiquette we should all consider.
Air delivery is one topic that must be discussed and planned on any dive team.
There is always something to learn, and an intense focus on improving skill sets and better understanding dive theory can help any diver perform more efficiently in the water on almost any type of dive.
No matter what, you will get some butterflies in your stomach and the thrill of a real world mission cannot cloud your need to remain a responsible team member.
Cold water diving is not the best concept for everyone out there. But for some, cold water brings the best visibility, solitude, and a very unique aquatic environment.
Diving in bodies of water known to hold contaminants can be dangerous and problematic. Planning must go into operations of this type and all parties should look for potential hazards and risks to mitigate problems.
The truth about ice diving operations is that they are very similar to standard public safety dives, with the addition of problematic factors.
The following are sensible suggestions of things divers should never do, based entirely on common sense.
What happens when the old hats take over? Does this mean that once you become the boss the busy work goes away?