Commercial Diving: Emergency Response Drills: ABV/Dizzy on Ascent Mobile App
Develop emergency response drills for your commercial divers with GoCanvas mobile apps for diving safety.
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Review and develop safety policies right from your smartphone or tablet.
This app's drills can be utilized or modified to suit your specific diving safety scenarios. The Commercial Diving: Emergency Response Drills: ABV/Dizzy on Ascent mobile app focuses on the following scenario: First dive after lunch, Diver 2 has 2 holds on descent, with a descent time of 1 minute and 30 seconds. At about 10 feet on ascent, Diver 2 will halt ascent and take about 3 rapid turns around the down line. He/she will report vertigo and will be OK in about 20 seconds at 10 feet. When asked, Diver 2 will state that he/she has just gotten over a cold and took two red Sudafed pills at 0730 that morning in order to be able to dive. The rest of the dive, if controlled, is uneventful.
Dive team safety scenarios can prevent bubble formations, decompression sickness or decompression illness and gas embolisms, help develop contingency plans, test your NOAA diving standards compliance, drill support personnel and dive teams. Use safety drills to test the safety and availability of dive equipment: recompression chambers, face masks, hyperbaric chambers, breathing apparatus, breathing oxygen, air gas lines, diving medicine and more.
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