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PSI-PCI Visual Cylinder Inspection Training and More at DEMA, 2019

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Online registration is now open for the PSI-PCI training at the DEMA show in Orlando, FL.

This is going to be an exciting show with dive professionals attending from all over the world.

These classes fill up very quickly so don’t delay.

Review the schedule and sign up for the Visual Cylinder Inspection course and any of the associated specialties that interest you.

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June 24, 2019 |

CITIZEN SCIENCE EXPEDITION

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PELAGIC & REEF DIVERSITY OF THE ARCHIPIELAGO DE REVILLAGIGEDO
ABOARD QUINO EL GUARDIAN

February 21 – March 2, 2019
April 6 – 15, 2019

Dr. Carlos Sanchez
Socorro Islands – Pelagic & Reef Diversity
$3300 per person, quad occupancy

Join the amazing crew of the Quino El Guardian and Dr. Carlos Sanchez-Ortiz (UABCS) on one of the most inspiring dive adventures of your lifetime! Read more

December 16, 2018 |

Cozumel Marine World IDC 2018

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Instructor Development Course Schedule for 2018

If you like people, have a passion for scuba diving and want an extraordinary life – become a PADI Instructor. Teaching scuba diving allows you to share your love of the aquatic world with others while doing what you enjoy – being in, around and under water. Read more

August 1, 2018 |

TOP 6 SIGNS OF A SERIOUS DIVING INJURY

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Diving is a physical activity so it’s not unusual for divers to experience muscle soreness or other post-dive discomfort. But sometime those aches and pains are signs of a serious medical problem. Recognizing the early signs of decompression sickness (DCS), heat stroke, and other conditions can help an injured diver get the medical attention they need. Read more

December 21, 2017 |

Cylinder Hazmat Fill Station Operations Course

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Just one accident and word gets out in the small community that is diving.  Do you want to risk your reputation and service on an accident?

OSHA and USDOT require all employees who “are affected” by high pressure cylinders to receive “function specific” training to the HAZMAT within 90 days of employment and retraining every 3 years afterward.  Not all employers are aware of this, and outside the US, many just disregard it even when handling USDOT cylinders.
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November 10, 2016 |
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