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Bantin's Blog - Risk Management

September 26, 2014

It's the latest buzz-word in the workplace but how can risk management affect your diving? It's down to you. You've been told what the expected conditions are. You know what equipment you have at your disposal. You know how much breathing-gas you have to complete the dive. You know how you will get back out of the water. So what are the risks that you must consider?Pressure related problems are the most insidious because they are not visually apparent. Going deeper than you planned could mean the invisible ceiling of the mandatory decompression-stop. That could mean it takes longer to get to the surface than you anticipated. Going deeper than you planned could mean your air supplies don't last as...

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Bantin's Blog - The Red Sea

September 19, 2014

The Red Sea The Red Sea is a flooded continuation of the African Rift and is bordered on all sides by arid desert. The countries of Djibouti and the Yemen form a narrow gateway to the Indian Ocean at its southern end and Saudi Arabia makes up most of its eastern coastline. On the western side, Eritrea, the Sudan and Egypt form its borders, and it is part of a major sea route from the Middle East and India via the Suez Canal to Europe and North America. At its northern end it splits into two gulfs. The Gulf of Aqaba leads to Israel and to Jordan which both have small areas of coastline. The other is the Gulf of...

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