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Advantages: 1. Puts you close to divers to respond to or prevent problems. 2. Minimizes problems such as divers accidentally exceeding their maximum depth, making navigation errors or running low on air because you’re there to guide and remind them to check air, etc. 3. Diving with group adds to interest because you can guide divers to best spots, etc. b. Disadvantages: 1. ) unless there are other supervisors at the surface. 2. Some divers don’t like diving in a group. It may reduce their enjoyment if they prefer to explore independently.

Discover Local Diving, an environmental orientation, is a briefing that covers the unique aspects of a particular dive environment so divers can include these in their dive plans. 2. It is intended for certified divers who have little or no experience in the local environment. 3-16 Diver Assessment ■ ■ How How do do you you assess assess divers divers before before a dive? Indirect Direct equipment equipment behavior behavior log log book book registration registration signs signs of of illness illness or or injury injury interview interview Dive Planning DM DM 22 --12 12 What is an environmental orientation?

Note to instructor: This section is primarily a review of principles candidates will already know from prerequisite training and experience. Emphasize that now candidates need to think about specialized dive activities in a supervisory context. Refer candidates to the PADI Adventures in Diving, Rescue Diver, Deep Diver, Night Diver, Altitude Diver, Boat Diver, Drift Diver, Ice Diver and Enriched Air Diver specialty instructor guides, manuals and videos. Supervising Specialized Dive Activities A.

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