The life of commercial divers in the Gulf of Mexico -- what they do, how they do it, and the dangers they face.

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Comment by Kyle G. Smith on June 28, 2010 at 10:04am
My only comment is guys like that supervisor are the reason why people get killed in this business first off no piece of rigging is worth that and that much in water deco is insane and I agree why would you ever do that depth not on Sat or a least gas Epic divers well least I'll never work or have worked for them because it's obvious they don't care about your safety.
Comment by Amr Fathalla on June 24, 2010 at 7:44am
i have many comments on this vedio...first i didn't see standby diver in location...second why using air divers on 200 ft depth it's very dangers according to USA diving tables whatever 4ver. or 6ver. 60mins is Exceptional Exposure zone and the diver will spend alot of time in D.C plus he must have mor than 5 water stops so its not safe for him....maby i am wrong but this is far away of safty levels.....Sat is a solution...even saftyer and better

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