"All of the above is complete nonsense. I understand you probably read about this somewhere but that is the story unfortunately the authorities are giving up just to hide the truth.
Someone in the power plant didn't do his job and this guy died.…"
"Radoslav Dimitrov, he was 28 or 29 years old, commercial diver with "Hydroremont" based in Varna, apparently fell ill in whilst in the water inspecting a shaft at the Kozloduy Nuclear power station, had a lifeline and comms but not clear…"
Two days ago a Bulgarian commercial diver working on a Nuclear Power Plant-Kozlodui, Bulgaria died wile working at 7 meters depth.The plant managers are trying to hide the real cause of death which is that someone was not doing his job and turned on a pump which caused the diver to be sucked in. Someone was not doing his job, it is either the supervisor, or someone working in the power plant. The problem here is that the truth could be hidden on purpose to prevent people to be prosecuted,…See More
"Hi guys i am a new class 2 commercial diver and im battling to get my career started dew to the fact that all companies i have aplied to won't give new divers a chance because they say new divers are high risk.do u have any advice for me as to…"
i am fine too svetozar well about getting a job here in u a e still doing ok some small diving job i do get, hull cleaning and propeller clearing and more. how bout you aside from doing offshore contract what do u do?
nice to hear that ur doing great for while i have'nt got an i dea of any company hiring divers like us for a moment i am doing as a free lance diver here in u a e. if any comes out i'll be in touch bodyDelete Comment
I'm sending you a link to some Norwegian companies you can apply to.
I don't know where you got your list from (maybe longstreath) but I got the link below from a Swedish guy working offshore. let me know if anyone replied.
I was supposed to be a military diver but I didn't pass the miliary medical which is extremely strict over here in Croatia. my eyesight was a problem even if I had a slight correction and wasn't even wearing gla****. The eyesight has to be as if you were a damn jet pilot. However after my military time was over I went to college and since I was very good at languages I decided to give it a try but I never forgot about diving and I can tell you one thing. I will do anything it takes to make it happen. I have always wanted to make diving my way of life and I will never forgive myself if I now let the opportunity slip away for a second time.