Public Safety Diving
Public Safety diving is best described as underwater rescue, underwater recovery and underwater investigation conducted by divers working for or under the authority of municipal, state or federal agencies.
These divers are typically members of police departments, sheriff’s offices, fire rescue agencies, search and rescue teams or providers of emergency medical services. Public Safety Divers can also be non-paid volunteers.
An individual must be at least 18 years or older and Open Water certification to be considered for any technical courses.
Check out our offered courses below; if you are interested in joining one of our classes, but do not see the next available date to the right, please contact us and let us know which you would like to participate in.
ERDI Full Face Mask Ops Certification
ERDI Ice Diver Ops Certification
ERDI Instructor Certification
ERDI Surface Ice Rescue Certification
ERDI Tender Certification
ERDI UW Crime Investigation Ops Certification
ERDI Swift Water
ERDI Contaminated Water Diving
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