Friday, March 25th Beneath the Sea’s Public Safety Diving community will spend the day taking into account:
The Risk Factor for Public Safety Dive Teams
It is impossible to eliminate risk for public safety dive teams. It does not matter how you look at it, how you hold it up and examine it, it is a dangerous, and a risky job. However, new technology and new information can help you minimize your risk, help keep you and your team safer. This daylong program covers some of the most timely topics in public safety diving. Each one designed to help you be safer in the water.
Jeff Snyder: President of Seavision Underwater Solutions in RI will demonstrate how to support your diving with Remote Technology
Faith Ortins: Vice President of Diving Unlimited International in San Diego, CA will address: the latest trends in the Development of National Standards for Contaminated Water Diving
John Hott: Sales Manager of Ocean Technology Systems in California will look at: Improving Diver Safety with Full Face Masks and Underwater Communications
Erick Estrada: Sales Manager for VideoRay LLC, the leading micro ROV manufacturer in the world. Mr. Estrada has more than 9 years of experience in Search and Recovery and supporting these activities. He has helped organizations build up their Search and Recovery locker with different underwater tools to help out local and state law enforcement agencies. Clients include NYPD, Port of Long Beach, U.S. Coast Guard, and several Sheriff Departments.
Tom Greenhalgh: Executive Director of National Public Safety Solutions takes as his subject Dealing with the Mental and Physical Stress of Public Safety Diving
There will be others from this important and heroic community telling what they discovered as they took their dive teams on Public Safety Diving exercises and assignments. Watch www.BeneaththeSea.org for updated information.