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Tips for Scuba Diving Safety

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Jacob Newberger has functioned as an automation validation engineer with Panacea Technologies, Inc., in Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, since 2011. Beyond his professional responsibilities Jacob Newberger enjoys staying physically active through skiing and scuba diving.

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Tips for Scuba Diving Safety

  1. 1. TIPS FOR SCUBA DIVING SAFETY By Jacob Newberger
  2. 2. Introduction  Jacob Newberger has functioned as an automation validation engineer with Panacea Technologies, Inc., in Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania, since 2011. Beyond his professional responsibilities Jacob Newberger enjoys staying physically active through skiing and scuba diving. To achieve certification as a scuba diver, individuals must meet all PADI requirements. Although the certification process spends a considerable amount of time emphasizing proper safety protocol during a dive, there are a few tips divers should remind themselves of at all times to increase the chances of an enjoyable, safe dive.
  3. 3. Scuba Diving Safety  The one dive rule that should be held above all others is to never dive alone. Diving in groups is advisable, but even in this scenario, individuals can drift from the group. Using a buddy system stands as the most effective method of diver safety, both in and out of water. For example, checking one’s gear is another critical component of diver safety. While a diver should carefully check their own gear prior to getting into the water, they should exchange gear with a dive partner for a thorough double check.
  4. 4. Conclusion  Finally, divers must remind themselves never to hold their breath during a dive. Whether water conditions have started to deteriorate, a potentially dangerous marine animal has entered the dive area, or a diver has simply become struck by the natural beauty of their surroundings, he or she must maintain a normal breathing pattern. Air expands in the lungs during descent and contracts during the ascent, two non-issues for divers who continue to breathe at a regular rate. Divers who forget to breath can do serious damage to their lungs and other parts of the body.

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