DR-1 Dive Rescue 1

 

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Course Description:  

Learn the fundamentals of dive rescue operations from scene evaluation through incident debriefing. Public safety divers and surface-support personnel are prepared to respond effectively to a water-incident scene. Topics include: overview of public safety drowning accidents; selecting, training, and equipping dive teams; family, media and other agencies relations; search pattern fundamentals; victim retrieval tactics; responding to vehicle accidents; accident scene documentation; and an introduction to specialized equipment. Programs are presented in a classroom, a pool and at an open-water training site.

 

Duration - 3 days (24 hours)

Recommended for – certified divers and surface support personnel

Prerequisites 

 

Dive Rescue I Student Kit -SKU: 6005  $85.00

 

Product Description 

 

This Kit also contains a Line Signal Card, DR1 Update Card w/sticker, DR1 Student Card, DR1 Patch and a black zippered nylon bag to keep it all organized.

Please call Linda at 800-248-3483 x15 and mention you are with Coral Springs Regional Institute of Public Safety. You will purchase the kit with her and it will be delivered to us.

 

IF PLANNING TO TAKE BOTH DR1 & PSD, PURCHASE THE STUDENT COMBO KIT

Dive Rescue I/Public Safety Diver Combo Student Kit - SKU: 6036 $155.00

This kit includes the following:

  • Public Safety Diver Student Kit (6004N)
  • Dive Rescue 1 Student Kit (6005)

This kit also includes a black zippered nylon bag to keep everything organized.. 

 

Please call Linda at 800-248-3483 x15 and mention you are with Coral Springs Regional Institute of Public Safety. You will purchase the kit with her and it will be delivered to us.

 

 

 

Required Equipment:

MUST BE SERVICED WITHIN THE PAST 12 MONTHS

  • Regulator with primary and secondary 2nd stages, pressure gauge, depth gauge, and compass
  • Buoyancy compensator with whistle attached
  • (2) scuba air cylinders, visually inspected within the past 12 months
  • Weight belt
  • Mask & snorkel
  • Fins and booties
  • Skin or light weight wetsuit (recommended)
  • cutting devices; a knife and/or rescue scissors
  • Primary (large and powerful) flashlight for use on the evening dive


KITS MUST BE ORDERED BY FEBRUARY 8th!!!



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