Commercial Diving: Emergency Response Drills: DCS/Type II/Pain Left Forearm, Numbness Left Hand Mobile App

The ADCI recommends that companies develop and perform the necessary emergency response drills (ERDs) applicable to commercial diving operations.

This particular dive site app for commercial divers covers left foreman and hand pain that is reports by a fellow member of the dive team. Diving medical officers can use the app to track all the most important details of this scenario, including a description of the muscular weakness and other neurological symptoms, first aid measures taken, scuba diver name, individual risk factors and other signs and symptoms. Using the app can help determine if the commercial diver should be taken to a medical facility, and the results can be saved to the individual dive profile.

Industry: Human Resources & Time Management Workplace Safety

  • Apple
    iPhone, iPad
  • Android
  • Window

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