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Tag Archive: risks


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Technical Diving – The Experience Paradox by Andy Davis. Many technical divers assume that acquiring greater training and experience must increase safety.  This is a flawed assumption. Accident statistics in technical diving, along with other sporting and industrial fields, show a distinct tendency for elevating risk as significant experience accumulates. The reason is complacency. A […]

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Scuba Q and A: How Dangerous Is Technical Diving? Q. How dangerous is technical diving? Answer: The aim of technical diving is to mitigate foreseeable risks through more advanced training, suitable equipment, increased diver proficiency, a higher level of knowledge and the development of a risk-averse, cautious, mindset. In short, the technical diver is exposed […]