BSAC launches new safety manual

Latest manual covers safety for for all levels of diver

Author: Pat
1st February 2012
 

Divers working on their skills should check out the new BSAC manual, Safety and Rescue for Divers.

The British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) publication is described as a useful reference for all levels of diver.

Safety and Rescue for Divers contains text presented in easy to understand sections, with explanatory illustrations and photographs.

Chapters focus on all elements of safety and rescue, from incident avoidance, through rescue techniques, to holiday diving.

This new book is a component part of the BSAC Practical Rescue Management course training pack.

It is available buy online from BSAC priced £25, or at the reduced member price of £17.

Clare Peddie of BSAC said: “The advice and support is relevant to all levels of diver wherever and however you choose to dive.”

 
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