Diving safety an aspect of underwater diving operation and activities which is concerned with the protection of the diver from harm through the control of recognized hazards in order to achieve an acceptable level of risk. When a diver operates where it is not feasible to avoid or eliminate hazards completely, diving safety then implies that barriers have been put in place to recover from foreseeable incidents and to mitigate their consequences to an acceptable level.
The level of acceptable risk may be imposed by a regulatory body, an organization performing an activity to which risk is connected, or the individual exposed to the risk. Training Objective
The objective of this training is to close the competency and knowledge gap of divers, supervisory personnel, and HSE professionals in order to improve safety knowledge and ultimately reduced the rate of incidents/accidents involving diving operations.