ULC Purple Book Course Description

Dive Safety Administration Refresher
Control Number: 397
Course Number: 33DIS01A
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This course provides refresher training for Corps of Engineers employees who have contract dive safety inspector, safety, and/or oversight responsibilities for diving activities and/or operations. This training provides attendees with the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities to safely and successfully perform inspections, oversight, and administration of diving operations.

This course consists of both classroom discussions and water-side exercises. In-depth training sessions cover the following topics: (a) diving physics; (b) diving physiology; (c) dive tables; (d) SCUBA equipment and operations; (e) surface supplied air equipment and operations; (f) diving support equipment; (g) diving in contaminated water; (h) underwater tools; (i) diving accident management; (j) dive planning and contractor submittals; (k) Corps of Engineers regulations; and (l) inspection of diving operations.

Nominee must have completed the Dive Safety Administrator Course within the past 4 years and have a current or projected assignment to a position that requires knowledge of contractor and/or in-house diving operations. Attendees must participate in all exercises and score at least 70 percent on the comprehensive post-course examination.


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