Are you using qualified diving contractors?

August 15, 2015

One way of limiting the risk of an accident during a commercial dive mission is insisting on qualified diver staff that are aware of all government requirements. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) maintains standards for proper dive operations, including a checklist for dive team qualifications, based on the best safety procedures for before, during and after the… Continue Reading »


Technical Diving Overview

April 4, 2015

What is Technical Diving? Technical diving can be defined as: diving other than conventional commercial, military or scientific diving, that takes divers beyond recreational diving limits. It is further defined as an activity that includes one or more of the following: diving beyond 40 meters/130 feet, required stage or accelerated decompression, diving in an overhead… Continue Reading »


Are you considering a career in diving?

December 5, 2014

Diving is a high hazard activity and there are specific regulations on diving at work to control the risks. These are The Diving at Work Regulations 1997 (DWR). The regulations The DWR cover all dives when one or more divers are AT WORK in the diving industry whether employed or self-employed. The regulations apply to… Continue Reading »


Taking the Plunge A Guide to Starting an Underwater Welding Career

November 23, 2014

A Special Report from the American Welding Society CryoGas International examines the many ways the industrial gas industry works with water. The demand for highly sophisticated underwater procedures and technologies is increasing, driven by deep sea oil and gas development and by marine infrastructure development and repair around the world. In this article the American… Continue Reading »

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