ULC Purple Book Course Description

Dive Safety Administration Refresher
Control Number: 397
Course Number: 33DIS01A
Length:40
CEUs: 0.0     PDHs: 0.0     LUs: 0.0     PDUs: 0.0     CMs: 0.0     ACE: 0.0     CEHs: 0.0
Purpose:
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.

Description:
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.

Prerequisites:
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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