Forms you need for planning a MLML research diving project.

 

1. Diving Plan

MLML 2013 Dive Plan (blank)

MLML Dive Plan Example

This is necessary for all dives and diving projects and must be submitted prior to any diving project AND approved. If you are engaging in a thesis project or other long term project you may submit a single plan for that project.  Submit (email) a draft dive plan document to our DSO with all details. *** NOTE: To find out about hyperbaric chambers in California – see the following website (California Hyperbaric Chambers) and include the information on your dive plan. When your plan is approved it will appear on the DIVE CALENDAR.


2. Dive Log

MLML DIVE LOG (template)

To maintain current research diver status you must either submit a paper dive log every month to the diving safety officer or maintain your dives through the MLML DIVE LOG (online system) program. To turn in a paper copy you can download the dive log, fill it out in Excel and either, 1. print it out and deliver it or 2. e-mail it as an attachment. Feel free to contact Diana Steller.


3. Review our Diving Emergency Management Plan (DEMP)

Follow the: MLML SCUBA Diving Injury Protocol

1. Emergency Response Flow Chart

2. Patient Information

3. Field Neurological Examination

4. MLML Small Boats & Diving Emergency Phone Numbers

Also included:

Lost Diver/Man/Woman Overboard (MOB) Protocol


4. Review our Multi Day diving recommendations.

If you are diving for 7-10 days at 3 dives or more a day you should:

1) Take a day off in the middle.

2) Dive nitrox.

3) Stay Hydrated.


If you have questions review our current MLML/CSU Diving Standards.

DCS information – Scubadoc’s Diving