DCBC UN-RESTRICTED SURFACE SUPPLIED DIVER CERTIFICATION

We offer the highest level of international commercial diver certification. CDT is accredited by the Diver Certification Board of Canada (DCBC). This certification is formally recognized by the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA). The prestigious, deep diving DCBC Certification qualifies the holder to job opportunities worldwide as well as in the United States. With this certification the holder is qualified to the maximum recommended depth for commercial diving work on air, 165'

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Course Outline:

 

  • Diving Physics 24 clock hours – 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 78 clock hours - 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 and procedures 168 clock hours - 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 *440 clock hours - 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 40 clock hours - Diver shall understand the federal / provincial legislation, standards, regulations, and guidelines pertinent to surface-supplied diving operations, diving plant, and equipment.
  • Diver Communication systems 10 clock hours - Diver shall be able to use modes of underwater communication safely and effectively.
  • Rigging 10 clock hours - 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 *440 clock hours - Diver shall demonstrate the skills to safely and effectively use surface-supplied systems in the performance of underwater tasks.
  • Hand & Power Tools *440 clock hours - 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 *440 clock hours - Diver shall a basic knowledge of the use of high and low pressure water jets, airlifts, venture dredges, and air lifts.
  • Cutting & Welding Equipment *440 clock hours - 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 * 440 clock hours - Diver shall understand the physics and the hazards of underwater blast injuries, circuits, techniques and safety precautions
  • Underwater construction Techniques *440 clock hours - 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 70 clock hours - Diver shall be able to operate a hyperbaric chamber safely and efficiently while treating occupants on accepted tables.

These certifications are earned with the successful completion of

the 20 week DCBC Course:

 

  •  Qualified Rigging for Commercial Diving.   API (RP-2D) Rev. 7
  • HAZMAT/HAZWOPPER,  Complies with OSHA (40HRS) 29 CFR 1910.120
  • First Aid, AED, CPR, O2 Provider.
  • Job Safety Hazard Analysis (JSA)
  • Basic Offshore Survival Training
  •  Topside Welding for Commercial Divers
  •  Kirby Morgan Helmet / Band Mask Operator, User Training
  • Oxy-Arc Underwater Cutting
  • Underwater Welding for Commercial Diving
  • Non-destructive Testing, Mag Particle, Ultrasonic Inspection - API/ASNT

ASSOCIATION OF DIVE CONTRACTORS (ADCI)

ENTRY LEVEL, TENDER/DIVER CERTIFICATION

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Qualifies the holder for employment with U.S. based dive contractors as well as foreign countries which recognize

the ADCI Certification.

This certification allows you to obtain dive jobs in the US market as well as countries which recognize the ADCI certification.

Many U.S. dive company's require an ADCI Certification.

DMT (DIVER MEDIC TECHNICIAN)

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Commercial, professional and scientific divers often find themselves at work in medical and geographic isolation. Medical evacuation of injured divers can be complicated by long distances and large bodies of water. This process may be further complicated by access difficulties, such as no runway and limited helicopter landing capabilities. Further, decompression accidents require immediate recompression. Delays in definitive treatment can result in fatal outcome, permanent neurological injury, or other career-ending complications.

DMT training programs provide focused didactic and practical training that addresses recognition, stabilization and treatment of decompression and other diving-related injuries. These topics represent core curriculum, as does the necessary invasive skills that permit optimal medical management. Additional course content includes decompression procedures, chamber operations, and marine life injuries. Region-specific topics such as cold water diving and tropical diving issues, altitude diving, represent optional material.

UNDERWATER OXY-ARC BURNING COURSE

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Commercial Diving Technologies LLC (CDT) together with JCRoat Subject Matter Expert Services LLC. propose to conduct on-going stand alone training of experienced commercial diving personnel in the safe and efficient use of underwater oxy-arc burning.

CDT is accredited by the Diving Certification Board of Canada (DCBC) to provide occupational diver training per the Canadian Standards Association Competency Standard for Diving, Section 10, Unrestricted Surface Supplied Diver. This Certification is formally recognized by the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA).

 

The training will be conducted at the CDT diver training campus located in Hudson, Florida and is scheduled to began in late June or early July 2017.

 

Underwater oxy-arc burning is an inherently hazardous task in which most divers receive very minimal training. This has led to an unacceptably high accident rate which in turn has caused the use of this tool to be diminished and looked upon unfavorably.

 

The 169 page training manual for this course has just been published by John Carl Roat:

 

"Ocean Technology Oxy-Arc Underwater Burning Manual Rev. 1"

The course will be presented in two parts:

 

  • 1. SAFETY,  Two days, Open to all diving personnel, dive school students, Client Reps, government agencies and any others who may have an interest.
  • 2. PRACTICAL, Three days, open to experienced dive personnel. Students will be trained on exothermic and tubular electrodes and will be competent on pipe and plate up to 2" thickness.

 

The course is designed to meet or exceed:

 

  • 1. HSE OTH 349 Evaluation, selection and development of subsea cutting techniques
  • 2. ANSI/ACDE 01-2009 Standards, 28.0 Introduction to Underwater Burning and Welding
  • 3. IMCA D003 Guidelines for Oxy-Arc Cutting
  • 4. ADCI Rev. 6.2, 5.31 Welding and Burning
  • 5. Ocean Technologies Oxy-Arc Underwater Burning Course Rev. 0
  • 6. Devon Burning Standard & Testing Requirements
  • 7. U.S. Gulf of Mexico Diving Safety Work Group UW Burning Rev. 0
  • 8. Recommended Practices of major manufactures of oxy-arc burning rods

 

The overall goal of this advanved training is to create a certificated course in the safe and efficient use of oxy-arc cutting.

 

COMMERCIAL DIVING TECHNOLOGIES

&

JC ROAT SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT

SERVICES CO. LLC

INTRODUCES THE OFFERING OF AN

OXY-ARC UNDERWATER BURNING

COURSE

THIS COURSE IS AVAILABLE TO CERTIFIED COMMERCIAL DIVERS

WHO WISH TO OBTAIN FORMAL TRAINING IN THE EFFICIENT USE

AND SAFE PRACTICES OF OXY-ARC UNDERWATER CUTTING

EQUIPMENT.

COURSE LOCATION & DETAILS

COURSE DATES

FEES

 HUDSON, FLORIDA

 

2 Day Safety Course

 

Full Time  / (5 Days)

Underwater Oxy-Arc Burning Course

Includes 2 day safety course

 

 

Contact us for 2017 schedule

 

Contact us for 2017 schedule

 

 

$495.00

 

$2295.00

The purpose of this course is to teach safe Oxy-Arc Underwater Burning

Techniques. This course will provide industry accepted best practices for meeting

and exceeding the requirements of industry standards, associations and

manufacturers. !

THIS TRAINING MEETS OR EXCEEDS

  • IMCA D003 Guidelines for Oxy-Arc Cutting!
  • ADCI REV. 6.2, 5.31 Welding and Burning!
  • ANSI/ADCI 01-2009 Standards, 28.0

Courses starting in NOW!

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COMMERCIAL DIVE TECHNOLOGIES

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