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Discussion in 'History of Diving Museum' started by Debra@DivingMuseum, Apr 11, 2009.

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    Diving Safety: Myths & Misconceptions
    Make sure you are up to date with the latest diving safety information at this
    FREE seminar.

    Wednesday, April 15th at 7 pm
    Location:
    The History of Diving Museum
    MM 83 Bayside Islamorada
    305-664-9737
    The History of Diving Museum

    Diving practice is changing all the time based on new insights from research and accident analysis. But is your knowledge current? Don't wait for an accident to happen. You may be the one to prevent it.

    What does science currently know about bends and why it happens?
    Why do recreational divers get more serious forms of bends than military and commercial divers?
    Can I get the bends even if I don't violate my dive computer or tables?
    Are there any special safety concerns for older divers?
    What's different about diving accidents today versus a few years ago?
    What's the best way to reduce your risk of decompression illness?
    Is bubble formation the only concern in decompression illness?
    Come learn the answers to these questions and a whole lot more.

    This seminar is presented by well-known diving author and educator Dr. Alex Brylske. Over his 30+ year tenure in the industry Alex has become the most widely published author in diving, having written more than 200 feature articles as well as some of the most popular and significant books on diving theory and practice.
     

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