Protective Garments SelectionSelection should be for protection against thermal insult, dangerous marine life, cuts and abrasions, chemical and microbiologic pollution.
NOAA Diving Manual: Diving for Science and Technology, 3rd Edit. Oct, 1991.
Hayes, P: Thermal Protectiuon Equipment, In Rey L: Arctic Underwater Operations. London. Graham and Trotman, 1985.
Predive planning includes:
---Proper scheduling to avoid fatigue, to remain within O2 limits, and to avoid excessive decompression obligations.
---Consider water temperature, current, workload and visibility.
---Maximize efficiency and safety by careful division of each diver bottom time packet.
---Thorough knowledge of all equipment to be used by the divers and support personnel.
---A thorough knowledge of the decompression schedules must be obtained by all concerned.
---Preparation to diagnose and treat all diving accidents as they arise.
---Proper diagnostic and therapeutic equipment must be on the scene and operable.
---Have proper communications setup with backup medical and recompression facilities.
---Have a transport plan available.
---Have a source of 100% oxygen available during transport.
D tampilkan ulang oleh dr. Erick Supondha ( hyperbaric & diving medicine consultant) dokter ahli hiperbarik dan kesehatan penyelaman , Jakarta Indonesia , telepon 99070050 , sumer by Ernest S Campbell, MD, FACS