In order to really enjoy any adventurous activity, most people
would like to feel that they are not in any significant danger. Safety should be
training, good equipment, experience,
and a common sense attitude.
- All keen divers
advanced training courses
Stress and Rescue, Senior First Aid, Nitrox and other
specialties that suit their interests.
who push the limits should have the appropriate training, equipment and experience so that the risks are minimised.
The following are a selection of articles on
diving safety and standards by Andrew Whitehead
that were published in Dive Log Australasia.
||Divers who push the limits
should have the appropriate training, equipment and experience so that the
risks are minimised.
||The proposed recreational diving standards are unlikely to make diving safer. They are more likely to drive smaller operators out of business making it harder and more expensive for us to go diving.
Limits 2000, Hyperbaric Workshop
workshop was held over two nights and covered the subject of Decompression
Illness quickly but comprehensively.
||Boat Diving Statement
(Adobe Acrobat Reader
cannot certify their own competence. However,
they can complete a questionnaire on relevant training and experience, and
make an undertaking to abide by certain specific guidelines.