Public Safety Diving Night Diver OPS

Procedures & Techniques Associated with Night Diving

The Public Safety Diving Night Diving Ops Course is designed to acquaint the certified Public Safety Diver with all procedures, techniques, and potential hazards associated with diving at night. By becoming familiar with the use of dive lights, and night diving techniques, tending procedures, communications, and buoyancy control, the diver will be able to plan and execute a night dive with maximum safety.



Who this course is for:

Any Public Safety Dive Team or team member who on special occasions conduct missions at night needing to learn the necessary protocols for scene setup, safety protocols and more.

Course prerequisites:

  • Minimum age 18
  • Public Safety Diving 1 or equivalent


What you can expect to learn:

The knowledge and skills necessary to plan and execute a night diving operation safely

What’s in it for you and your team?

  • Regulated training so team members have an understanding of night diving operations
  • The ability to have each team member as comfortable as possible with night diving operations
  • The ability to have each team member understand the hazards of night diving operations


ERDI Night Diving Ops minimum requirements:

  • Demonstrate the ability to operate at night safely
  • Demonstrate the ability to react to disabled diver at night as a tender and a back up diver safely



Personal instruction, Excellent price

Personal instruction, equipment they used was fairly new and well maintained.  We liked the instructor, explained everything so that we could understand...very patient with the students.  Excellent price for the open water course.

- Dakota, Minneapolis, MN


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