Chamber locator provided by the London diving chamber. This is a guide only you always need to confirm where your nearest operational hyperbaric facility is prior to diving Click here
How much Oxygen do I need in the event of an diving or inwater incident ?
A very common calculation that is often overlooked, our oxygen calculator should help you prepare your emergency oxygen for any diving incident. Trust us there is nothing worse than running out during a real diving emergency, have confidence you will have enough preparedness is key *click on calculator to use.
Australian standard diving resource
Queensland Australia, has arguably the most heavily regulated diving and marine based industry on the planet. The following link goes direct to a great resource provided by the Queensland government. Included are government standards for diving, training and educational videos for snorkel guiding and lookout duties and many templates. Best of all its all opensource, has multilingual publications and is free.
Basic Emergency Plan * Can be used for applications to Dive Assist Click Here
Diving Medical resources
Dive Master Insurance Medical Advice page Link
London Diving Chamber FAQ Dive Medicine, An excellent free book to download Link
DDRC Diving Disease and Research Center, UK. Great source for information on all thing Hyperbaric. Link
US Navy Manual Version 7, great read for physics and physiology Link