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INFINITI DIVING SERVICE IS LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED DIVERS WITH THEIR OWN EQUIPMENT ie HAT, BAILOUT, ETC..... THE PROJECTS ARE IN THE SIERRAS IN NORTHERN NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA. THE WATER WILL BE COLD AND IT WILL BE COLD OUTSIDE. PLEASE CONTACT ANDY MORGHEN FOR MORE INFO. AT 775-691-3701 OR email@example.com.
Added by ANDREW MORGHEN on November 7, 2017 at 1:27pm — No Comments
G&G Marine is looking for experienced divers to work in the Louisiana and Texas area.
If interested please call Mike Hebert (General Manager) at 281-367-8352
Im starting a new diving company. If someone can tell me about all the permits and/or licensing (besides my diving cert) that I need to do potable water tanks and/or storage water tanks in factories and/or pharmas I will be grateful!
Added by Janier legarreta on May 8, 2017 at 9:06pm — No Comments
Added by James on May 4, 2017 at 7:27am — No Comments
We are an Authorized Kirby Morgan Dealer. Contact us for details. No sales tax when shipping outside of Washington…Continue
Added by Dive Commercial International on August 31, 2016 at 5:14pm — No Comments
Which school to attend and why?
Currently active duty, separating in about a year and looking to go into the commercial dive industry, trying to figure out the best school. Thanks!
Added by Papy One on March 22, 2015 at 3:45am — No Comments
Hi guys - here's a book about how things were done in the old days, but reading through some of the messages it looks like some things haven't changed that much Ha! Ha! Anyway, if you have time you want want to check out this link Killer Sea - cheers, Pat…Continue
Added by Patrick Martin Andrews on January 7, 2015 at 7:27pm — No Comments
Looking for inland diver in the mid west who has own equipment including hat, Various job assignments going right now. Contact ASAP for further details, thank you for your time.
Added by Mitch Connor on September 21, 2014 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Added by Peter Arthur on June 30, 2014 at 6:42am — No Comments
if anybody is looking I got a km 77 for sale comes with welding shield. hat bag has seen better days . inner and otter adjustment tubes are 4 months old . hat used mostly in shallow dive construction work, minor scratches solid hat. looking for 5500 obo feel free to contact me for any info
Added by michael brockman on May 28, 2014 at 1:53pm — No Comments
On November 4, 1976, two K. D. Marine divers, Howard Spensley and Charles Meehan, were ordered into the water to recover the end of a broken pennant wire which was attached to one of the anchors of the drill rig, Ocean Voyager. Their task was not unlike the one Christopher Broady and John Clarke were ordered to perform in 1974.
It was a cold Thursday morning and Spensley, from Huddersfield, England and Meehan, from the Bronx, New York, were lowered by crane in a basket to the…
Added by Michael Smart on January 4, 2014 at 1:05pm — No Comments
One month after the deaths of Charles Meehan and Howard Spensley in November 1976, the North Sea delivered yet another example of just how dangerous it was to send men into the North Sea daisy-chained together while diving on SCUBA.
A little after 3 o’clock in the afternoon on Christmas Eve, Comex divers Trevor Murtough and Michael Moore were lowered from the deck of the Sedneth 701 to the waterline. Again, the job was to reconnect a pennant wire to one of the rig’s…
Added by Michael Smart on January 4, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments
On April 29, 1976, after a diver nearly lost his life on SCUBA, the Diving Inspectorate of the Department of Energy issued a Diving Safety Memorandum drawing the attention of the Association of Offshore Diving Contractors (AODC) to the “inherent limitations of SCUBA diving equipment especially when worn with a free mouth piece.”
Incidents have arisen when a diver has been put at risk using SCUBA in marginal weather conditions. Endurance is limited and good communication…
Added by Michael Smart on January 4, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments
On June 30, 1974, divers Ian Beaton and John Dimmer were being decompressed on board the Sedco 135F after making a short bounce dive to 490 feet, when, at about the 90‑foot level, Dimmer suddenly complained of shortness of breath. He told his diving supervisor, Mike Spencer, that his chest felt like it was “full of air.” Spencer followed procedure and recompressed Dimmer back down to 100 feet where his pain was completely relieved. But when his symptoms continued to reoccur…
Added by Michael Smart on November 27, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments