Surface Supplied Diving using NITROX – eLearning [What’s in it]

Surface supplied diving is sometimes carried out using a breathing gas mix of oxygen and nitrogen with a higher percentage of oxygen in the mix than in natural compressed air. The common industry terminology for such a gas mix is NITROX. The dive plan for the use of NITROX needs to consider all the relevant safety considerations of using this technique in place of natural compressed air. This e-learning course is designed for the training of both Divers and Supervisors who maybe using NITROX during diving operations. (Supervisors can then proceed to the NITROX Diving Supervisors’ module on successful completion of the Divers course). The course has been developed using the guidance documents and references provided by International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA), the International Oil and Gas Operators Association (IOGP), USN Diving Manual Revision 6 and industry best practice. Click here for more information: http://ift.tt/2wDPcM9 September 19, 2017 at 07:11PM https://youtu.be/xrmQae-AQm8

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