ADAS Onshore Dive Supervisor
01/04/2018 08:00 to 12/04/2018 17:00 2018-04-12 17:00 (Asia/Kuala_Lumpur)
ADAS Onshore Supervisor
The course covers activities and competencies required for the training and accreditation of dive supervisors who are required to supervise diving work safely and competently using either SCUBA to 30 meters, or surface supplied breathing equipment to depths down to 50 meters. It should be noted that there are three separate qualifications under the onshore supervisor qualification scheme:
Diving Supervision – Occupational SCUBA to 30m (Part 1)
Diving Supervision – SSBA to 30m (Part 2)
Diving Supervision - SSBA to 50m (Part 3)
The training and assessment course concentrates on diver-related theory in a supervisory context and it includes consideration of the theory, background knowledge and practical skills of on-site diving supervision. It pays special attention to the fundamental responsibilities of a supervisor under relevant OHS/WHS law, particularly hazard identification and risk assessment, and the management of diving emergencies. The course also includes assessment of the planning and supervision of actual dives and communication with actual dive teams.
Hold a valid certificate of medical fitness to dive in accordance with AS/NZS 2299.1
Recognized certificate of diving competence ADAS Part 1, 2 or 3.
Hold a recognized certificate for DMT or current First Aid and Advanced Resuscitation/CPR and O2 management
Be at least 21 years of age
Having diving experience relevant to the part you are applying for. Claims to such experience must be supported with a portfolio of certified and/or formally logged supporting evidence such as log book. This must be supported by a formal letter of verification from a recognized employers of the divers.
ADAS Part 1 Supervisor – As a minimum 100 logged SCUBA dives and 75 hours bottom time gained over at 12 months
ADAS Part 2 Supervisor – As a minimum 100 logged dives and 75 hours logged bottom time over a broad range of SSBA dives involving zero and limited visibility, salt and fresh water, current and varied sea states across the range of depths to 30m gained over at least 2 years
ADAS Part 3 Supervisor – as a minimum 100 logged dives and 75 hours logged bottom times over a broad range of high complexity dives involving decompression diving, deep diving (in range 30 – 50m), dives involving decompression chambers and additional specialist equipment such as hot water suit auxiliary service equipment gained over at 2 years.