Commercial Diving: Hydrogen Sulfide (H₂S) Recommended Guidelines Mobile App
Anything can go wrong underwater in a commercial or recreational dive.
How does it work?
Be prepared with GoCanvas mobile apps for regulations and training to expect the unexpected. This app for encountering toxic, underwater Hydrogen Sulfide gas can be readily available life-saving information, right in your smartphone or tablet.
Any underwater lake or underwater river you can encounter is likely to be extremely toxic and full of underwater hydrogen sulfide. Whether you're diving in fresh water, underwater cave diving, deep sea diving, salt water diving or exploring a mid-ocean ridge, your dive team could be at risk. Rivers, lakes and pools of hydrogen sulfide gas often appear in the forms of underwater lakes or underwater rivers on the ocean floor.
This app of guidelines for identifying, training and monitoring the health and safety of personnel that could potentially be exposed to Hydrogen Sulfide gas covers a wide range of checkpoints for risk assessment. Topics include: H₂S contingency plan, OSHA 29 CFR 1910, emergency muster points, scheduled drills, H₂S alarm activation, aborting dive operations, SCBA equipment or BIBS, emergency breathing gas, ascent to the surface, H₂S evacuation, contingency plan, communication and coordination between the dive supervisor and vessel captain/barge superintendent, H₂S project specific contingency plan information, project location, client representative information, vessel(s) information, contact names and numbers for the client and all project managers, mobilization dates of the project, sub-contractor information, dock support information, equipment and training information, emergency plan, emergency contacts and more!
Protect your diving operation by conforming to the highest possible level of safety and regulations. Customize, send or save this checklist right to the GoCanvas Cloud. Check out all of the GoCanvas mobile apps for recreational and commercial divers.