Assessing critical learning points to help promote increased dive safety. In January 2020, Christine Gauci, a 35-year old technical diver tragically perished in a scuba diving accident in Malta.Read MoreAccident Analysis: Christine Gauci Fatality | Malta 2020
A new study on nitrogen narcosis challenges the long held presumption that nitrogen narcosis impairment dissipates immediately on ascent from depth.Read MoreDoes Nitrogen Narcosis Impairment Persist?
My systematic method for assigning effective gradient factors settings on recreational and technical open circuit dives.Read MoreA Logical Application of Gradient Factors for OC Tech Divers
Being able to judge your diving ascent rate is an invaluable safety skill if your computer or bottom timer fails. These tips show how!Read MoreHow to Judge Your Diving Ascent Rate Without a Dive Computer
Did you know that mild CO2 retention (hypercapnia) causes acute CO2 narcosis symptoms when you are diving? Don't assume it is nitrogen!Read MoreCO2 Narcosis and Hypercapnia When Scuba Diving
Three important tips on how to ascend when scuba diving. Read this to increase your safety and enjoy less fatigue after your dives!Read MoreHow To Best Ascend When Scuba Diving?
Learn the best ascent speed for scuba diving. Contrary to assumptions, slower is not always safer when it comes to diving ascent rate!Read MoreThe Best Ascent Speed for Scuba Diving
The ANDI ascent & descent procedures explained. Increase safety & promote team-cohesion. Rec & tech protocols | Advanced Diving TechniquesRead MoreANDI Ascent and Descent Procedures | Diving Techniques