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This is the “not do” component. It is also somewhat harder to define. After all, who determines the duty to care and the non-compliance thereto in unique emergency situations? Still, this component is more likely to lead to a recovery of damages. Put differently, when you are under a legal duty to take reasonable care and you do not do it, then you could be held liable for damages that are directly caused by the breach of that duty. The key elements are “reasonable care” and “directly caused”. Let’s break that down, starting with directly caused. This means that the damages are linked directly to the failure to perform the reasonable duty. This is called a causal connection. In other words, there must be a connection between the duty not complied with and the damages. deep diving are so hazardous that it may well be better to only jeopardise the life of one individual rather than two. That is, of course, as long as no one is put at risk during the subsequent body recovery or rescue efforts! Well, as a qualified instructor and dive leader, I shall continue to teach and advocate the buddy system. I do not like the idea of diving alone anyway. I prefer to share the joys of diving with someone able to share the memories of the dive. To me, diving is, and remains, a team sport. Which introduces another consideration: How would the principle of duty to take care be applied to children who dive? Training agencies impose age and depth restrictions on children who enter the sport before the age of 14. Depending on the age and diving course, a child may be required to dive with an instructor or at least another adult dive buddy. If the adult were to get into trouble, the child would not be expected to meet the duty of care of another adult. He/she would be held to an age appropriate standard. What about all those waivers? As mentioned in the previous article, waivers define the boundaries of the self-imposed risk divers are willing to take by requiring that they acknowledge them. Waivers do not remove all the potential claims for negligence and non-compliance with a duty of care. As such, it is left to our courts to ultimately interpret the content of a waiver within the actual context of damage or injury.

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Be Ready To Respond Every day, divers and emergency response personnel around the world trust DAN’s oxygen units and first aid kits to perform in an emergency. That’s because DAN’s products have been developed, tested and refined with input from leading doctors and researchers to meet the discriminating requirements of the diving community. So be ready to respond. Explore DAN.org/STORE and make sure you are prepared to effectively handle an emergency situation with the latest safety equipment. SOFT-SIDED EXTENDED CARE BACKPACK DAN’s lightweight, soft-sided, easy-to-transport oxygen unit holds one Jumbo D cylinder that delivers approximately 45-60* minutes of oxygen. Its large mesh pockets, deep stuffpocket, and dual external zipper pockets offer ample storage for a range of accessories. This bag is equipped with an adjustable backpack harness system that distributes weights for added comfort over long distances. Includes a brass multifunction regulator, demand valve with hose, non-rebreather mask, oronasal resuscitation mask, and Tru-Fit mask. 601-1080 Soft-Sided Extended Care Backpack $660.00 601-1090 Soft-Sided Extended Care Backpack w/MTV-100 $810.00 611-1010 Jumbo D Cylinder (optional) $100.00 601-1080 International White Cylinder Paks 601-1083 Soft-Sided Extended Care Backpack $660.00 601-1093 Soft-Sided Extended Care Backpack w/MTV-100 $810.00 611-1013 Jumbo D Cylinder (optional) $100.00 Optional second cylinder shown. RESCUE PAK DAN’s Rescue Pak is a compact oxygen unit featuring a smaller M9 cylinder that delivers approximately 14-20 * minutes of oxygen. This unit also comes complete with a brass multifunction regulator, demand valve with hose, non-rebreather mask, oronasal resuscitation mask, Tru-Fit mask, and a waterproof Pelican 1450 case. Ideal for wet environments and locations closer to emergency assistance. 601-4000 601-4000 Rescue Pak $475.00 601-4100 Rescue Pak w/MTV-100 $625.00 International White Cylinder Paks 601-4003 Rescue Pak $475.00 601-4103 Rescue Pak w/MTV-100 $625.00 1. Note: Oxygen units may require prescriptions and/or training in administration of oxygen before they can be filled. 2. Note: All cylinders are shipped empty. * O 2 delivery times listed are approximate and will vary based upon rate of flow and other factors. 68 | FALL 2015 The Leader In Dive Safety For 35 Years

COAST GUARD COMPLETE KIT DAN’s Coast Guard Complete Kit has the first-aid supplies needed to meet the U.S. Coast Guard’s requirements for small passenger vessels. Ideal for up to 8 persons, this kit includes ammonia inhalants, an oronasal resuscitation mask, trauma pads, and more. 631-3200 Coast Guard Complete Kit $120.00 631-3300 Coast Guard Complete w/Pelican® 1300 Hard Case $150.00 FIRST-AID BACKPACK The First-Aid Backpack is fully stocked with an assortment of first-aid essentials to handle a range of emergencies. Common medications, stop-bleeding wraps, wound-care bandages, fracture/sprain splints, and burn care supplies are included. Features ample storage compartments for all first-aid components as well as an open storage area for additional supplies. This durable First-Aid Backpack is designed for dive operators and other active individuals. 631-3000 631-3000 First-Aid Backpack - Complete with Supplies $145.00 501-6300 First-Aid Backpack Only $80.00 631-2000 First-Aid Refill Pack Only $38.00 Includes a waterproof cover stored in bottom compartment of pack 69 // DAN DIVE SAFETY PRODUCTS DAN OXYGEN TRAINING Emergency Oxygen for Scuba Diving Injuries Course This course teaches the techniques of emergency oxygen administration for suspected diving injuries and nonfatal drowning. Students will learn the fundamentals of recognizing dive injuries and responding to and managing dive emergencies. Learn more at DAN.org/TRAINING DAN.org/STORE ALERTDIVER.COM | 69

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