Ian Beaton
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DarkShark commented on Ian Beaton's blog post Diver fatality
"About a year ago i drug up form th gulf and went international freelance.  I'm scared of diving now un-certified sups. and sometimes co- workers. Outta air incidents nearly routine.  lyin ass contractors sneak uncertified people in…"
Jun 9, 2011
Mike Wood commented on Ian Beaton's blog post Diver fatality
"What a crying shame, I knew Rob well and worked with him on many jobs, he did not deserve that can of worms."
Nov 2, 2009
Barone commented on Ian Beaton's blog post Diver fatality
"wow that is to much it seem to me there are to many people coming out of dive school with out the right skills these days. And that supervisor should have his CVs revoked"
Oct 6, 2009
Ian Beaton posted a blog post

Diver fatality

EPORT REGARDING DIVING FATALITY (ROB HOLBR00K), 12TH AUGUST 2009, ONBOARD SWIBER ‘GLORIOUS’, VIETSOVPETRO, VIETNAM BY DAVID CLEVERLEY, LEAD DIVER This report details basic sequence of events and does not lay blame or why it happened, but what happened. I don’t want to assume anything.On the 11th August, while lead diver on day shift we prepared the system for a gas bounce dive on He02 16% to 57 meters. The plan was to attach davitt 2 and 4 to the 8” pipeline for an add-on and subsequent…See More
Sep 15, 2009

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Which of the following are you?
Dive Company Executive/Office Staff
Dive school you went to or are attending?
not required in my time
Are you an inland diver, offshore diver or both?
Offshore
What do you like to do with your down time / onshore time?
cycle to the pub
What's your deepest dive? (in feet)
590

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Diver fatality

EPORT REGARDING DIVING FATALITY (ROB HOLBR00K), 12TH AUGUST 2009, ONBOARD SWIBER ‘GLORIOUS’, VIETSOVPETRO, VIETNAM BY DAVID CLEVERLEY, LEAD DIVER This report details basic sequence of events and does not lay blame or why it happened, but what happened. I don’t want to assume anything.

On the 11th August, while lead diver on day shift we prepared the system for a gas bounce dive on He02 16% to 57 meters. The plan was to attach davitt 2 and 4 to the 8” pipeline for an add-on and subsequent… Continue

Posted on September 15, 2009 at 12:04am — 4 Comments

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