National Association of Rescue Divers

Provider Rescue Diver Manual

This is the most complete Manual for Water Rescue Divers and Teams. This is not a course for police or security teams or is it a course for evidence recovery. This is for Life Saving Water Rescue Divers and Teams. For More Information E-Mail us.

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What We Cover In Our Manual

Section 1 Equipment
  • Diving
  • Search & Recovery
  • Field Expedient & Home Made Equipment
  • Equipment Care & Maintenance
Section 2 Diving Physics
  • Buoyancy
  • Gas Laws
  • Mechanics of Pressure
  • Decompression
Section 3 Physiology & First Aid
  • Pulmonary
  • Cardiovascular
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neurosensory
  • Shock
  • Drowning
  • Environmental Injuries
  • Medical Emergencies
  • History & Physical - Field
  • First Aid Equipment
Section 4 Pressure Related Accidents
  • Basics of a Dive Accident
  • Barotrauma
  • Air Embolism
  • Decompression Sickness (Bends)
  • Recompression
  • Carbon Dioxide Excess
  • Oxygen Poisoning
  • Nitrogen Narcosis
Section 5 Marine Life & Environment
  • Stings (Venomous Fish)
  • Puncture Wounds
  • Bites & Lacerations
  • Dangerous Marine Life
  • Marine Mammals
  • Weather
  • Lakes, Rivers, Surf
  • Boating
Section 6 The Team
  • Dive Team Set Up
  • Personnel
  • Preparation
  • Problem Prevention
  • Planning
  • Performance
  • Self Rescue Skills
  • Rescue of Others
Section 7 Rescue Techniques
  • Preplanning
  • Assess The Situation
  • Equipment Considerations
  • Types of Victims
  • Surface Rescues
  • Boat Rescues
  • Underwater Rescues
  • Escapes & Defenses
  • Lost Swimmer/Diver Rescue
  • Trapped Divers
  • Vehicle in Water
  • Victim Towing & Removal
Section 8 Search & Recovery
  • Navigation
  • Map Making
  • S&R Equipment
  • Lines & Knots
  • Search Methods
  • Lift Operations
Section 9 Boat Operations
Section 10 Training and Instruction
Pool Training
  • Basic Skills
  • Advance Skills

Open Water Training

  • Day Operations
  • Night Operations

Scenario Training

PLUS...

Evaluation of the Scene
  • Enroute to the Location
  • Rescue or Recovery
  • Fixing a Point
  • Interviewing Witnesses
  • Scene Map
  • Use of Other Responders
  • Dive Site Set Up
  • Staging Areas
Common Problems
  • Physiological Stress
  • Psychological Stress
  • Physiology of Stress
  • Recognizing Stress
  • Equipment Problems
  • Out of Air Situations
  • Emergency Ascents
  • Buoyant Ascents
  • Exhaustion
Boating Mishaps
Downed Aircraft
Limited Visibility - Night Operations
Survival - Lost at Sea
Public Relations & Support
Glossary - Terms For Rescuers

Plus Much More!!

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