AQUA LUNG Consumer Notice – RECALL

All SureLock II Rubber Weight Pocket Handles Aqua Lung is conducting a voluntary recall of all SureLock II rubber weight pocket handles. SureLock II is the mechanical weight release system found on most Aqua Lung buoyancy compensators (BCs) beginning in 2009. Whether you have an original rubber handle or one of the revised rubber handles from the previous recall, Aqua … Read More

Black Laser Learning® Partners with Dive Rescue International for Successful Humminbird® training

Law enforcement and fire rescue teams from four different states recently participated in a two-day Humminbird sonar training seminar in Fort. Collins, Colorado. The event was co-sponsored by Dive Rescue International and Black Laser Learning, Inc. One of the most difficult tasks for Humminbird sonar operators is being able to identify a drowning victim. While the class attendees had a … Read More

Mustang Survival Recall Advisory Notice for MD315x/MD318x Model Inflatable PFD’s

January 4, 2016 Canada, International News, National Mustang-Survival If you have purchased any of the models of inflatable PFDs listed below from September 2014 onwards, please click the corresponding link below for important recall information. Canada: MD3153, MD3154 or MD3157: English Advisory Notice & FAQs | French Advisory Notice & FAQs – USA: MD3183, MD3184 or MD3188: US Advisory Notice … Read More

Voluntary Recall of certain Galileo Sol and Luna dive Computers

Voluntary Recall of certain Galileo Sol and Luna dive Computers SCUBAPRO has notified the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) that it is voluntarily recalling 1,486 UWATEC Galileo Luna and Sol dive computers sold in the United States beginning May 7, 2015. This provides you with information on the recall along with details on the logistics that will be used … Read More

The heat’s on for local water rescue teams

Barnum says diver training is a process that takes several years and culminates in certification by Dive Rescue International. “Diving is high-risk,” Barnum says. “Our divers are trained to the maximum.”

We’ll be at the DUI Risk Management Public Safety Diver Survial

We’ll be joining DUI at this event! The program will include: Discussion about risks Public Safety Divers encounter and how to minimize those risks. Topics include new technology available for PS Divers to increase safety and successful missions, exposure protection, alternative methods, surface supply advantages, surface support techniques and decontamination procedures. Click here for more info: