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DIVING PHYSICS

DCBC

Diver shall understand the physical laws governing diving operations, including the states of matter, the properties of gases and liquids, and the units of measurement.

DIVING PHYSIOLOGY, DECOMPRESSION & EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

Diver shall understand the relevant anatomy and physiology of the human body, with particular emphasis on the respiratory, circulatory and central nervous systems.

DIVING EQUIPMENT & PROCEDURES

Diver shall be competent in the proper set-up, operation, and maintenance of various types of surface-supplied diving equipment and shall have sufficient knowledge and skills to ensure safe underwater operation.

PRACTICAL USE OF DIVING EQUIPMENT

Diver shall be able to dive safely and competently using different types of surface-supplied diving equipment in open water of varying depths, bottom conditions, and water visibility.

DIVING HAZARDS LEGISLATION

 Diver shall understand the federal / provincial legislation, standards, regulations, and guidelines pertinent to surface-supplied diving operations, diving plant, and equipment.

DIVER COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

Diver shall be able to use modes of underwater communication safely and effectively.

RIGGING

Diver shall understand the principles and operation as well as demonstrate the use of rigging equipment used both on the surface and under water in support of diving – related operations.

UNDERWATER INSPECTIONS & SEARCHES

Diver shall demonstrate the skills to safely and effectively use surface-supplied systems in the performance of underwater tasks.

HAND & POWER TOOLS

Diver shall have a basic understanding of the function, operation, and safety requirements for hand tools and pneumatic and hydraulically activated tools.

WATER JETTING, AIRLIFTS, VENTURI DREDGES & LIFT BAGS

Diver shall a basic knowledge of the use of high and low pressure water jets, airlifts, venture dredges, and air lifts.

CUTTING & WELDING EQUIPMENT

Diver shall have a basic understanding of the principles of operation of exothermic, oxy-arc cutting equipment and underwater electric arc- welding equipment.

UNDERWATER EXPLOSIVES

Diver shall understand the physics and the hazards of underwater blast injuries, circuits, techniques and safety precautions

 

UNDERWATER CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES

Diver shall have a basic understanding of the construction methods used in diving operations and the elementary principles and procedures involved in salvage operations.

HYPERBARIC CHAMBER OPERATIONS

Diver shall be able to operate a hyperbaric chamber safely and efficiently while treating occupants on accepted tables.

 

INTERNATIONAL MIXED GAS SURFACE SUPPLIED DIVING TRAINING

mixed-gas diving refers to any activity in which the diver breathes a mixture other than air or nitrox. The main incentive to dive with "non-air" gasmixtures is to avoid nitrogen narcosis. Mixed-gas diving can also be beneficial in improving decompression and avoiding oxygen toxicity. Commercial Diving Technologies unique trains our students in the fundamentals of mixed gas diving and procedures. Backed up with a complete understanding of the Equipment, Physics and Physiology needed to support mixed gas diving.

 

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