Human Factors - The Essentials

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Human Factors 

Most accidents and incidents are not down to undetected technical failures, poor buoyancy or incorrect trim, rather they are down to complacency, breakdowns in communication, poor decision-making, a lack of situational awareness or ineffective teamwork and/or leadership.

The humans involved in that dive, that course or that incident all contributed to the outcome, even if something technical has also gone wrong or malfunctioned in some way.

"It's a hell of a lot of fun!" BUT...

Until the human diver arrived no one was offering training which took a more holistic approach to diving and how these ‘little’ factors can lead to situations which can mean the difference between life and death. Today, The Human Diver offers courses, training and support for those who want to be the new pioneers in diving excellence.

At Techwise we believe that Human Factors should be a part of every diver philosophy, especially if they are technical divers. There are three levels of courses you can take, the first two being online, and the third one face-to-face. 

Human Factors in Diving: The essentials

This 3-hour online class is a great starting point to find out why we make mistakes and how we can reduce the likelihood of an accident or adverse event occurring. We dive into decision making, situational awareness, communication and cooperation skills, and crucially, their interdependence. Using case studies and practical exercise, we bring the topic to life. Want to gain a quick but valuable insight? 

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