Commercial Diving: Safety Procedure Guidelines
Health and safety are paramount for commercial divers and dive safety officers.
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Occupational safety and health are extremely specialized for diving contractors. A thorough safety program should include a medical examination, boat safety, diving equipment safety standards, dive plan, inspection programs, diver training and more. Take the paperwork and guess work out of the equation with this mobile app and digital checklist. Fields include: a diving safety procedure checklist, team member assignments, diving equipment procedures and checklist, emergency procedures (fire, equipment failure, adverse environmental conditions), specific individual procedures for tools or equipment, availability at the dive site for all team members, copy given to the person in charge of the vessel or facility, nearest decompression chamber (off-site), nearest hospital/medical treatment facility, air or ground emergency transportation, on-call physician, emergency rescue source, two-way communications available on site and where practical, tested to emergency response link, first aid kit, first aid manual, bag-type manual resuscitator, dive plan, job hazard analysis, site assessment, evaluate environmental pollution containment and response readiness where applicable, diving model/equipment systems, means of water entry and exit, breathing gas supplies, including reserves (set up and tested), thermal protection, dive team assignments/briefing and fitness to dive, ROV team assignments/briefing and readiness to conduct operations and more!
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