Target groups are Project engineers, Marine crew, ROV personnel, Managers, Client reps, HSEQ personnel, Planners, Engineers, Buyers and other interested persons that might benefit from knowledge about the advantages and limitations of diving as an intervention method used offshore.
The course is a combination of theoretical and practical training and includes diving in pool with full-recognized offshore equipment, diving in chamber and an overnight stay in our saturation chamber complex where food will be served in the same way as to an offshore diver in operation.
The course has no prerequisites, but all attendees are required to sign a self declaration to do the diving in the pool.
0900-1000 Principles of diving/ history
1000-1100 Dive theory / physiology
1100-1200 Equipment & chambers
1300-1400 Inspection of personal diving equipment (pool)
1400-1600 Dive in pool
1600-1700 Inspection of chambers /control room etc.
1700-1900 Dive to 1,3 atm. in chamber
1300-1400 Inspection of chambers /control room etc.
1400-1600 Dive to 1,3 atm. in chamber
1600-1700 Inspection of personal diving equipment (pool)
1700-1900 Dive in pool
1900-2400 Overnight stay in chamber
2400-0700 Overnight stay in chamber
0700-0800 Breakfast in chamber
0900-1000 Offshore diving, DSV
1000-1100 Legislation and standards
1100-1200 Diving, advantages and limitations
1300-1400 Diving, advantages and limitations
1400-1500 Safety, Hyperbaric reception
Location: NUI AS, Bergen