For 40 years, the Divers Alert Network (DAN), the world’s most recognized and respected dive safety organization, has created a comprehensive network that has supported divers with vital services such as research, medical services and global response programs, injury prevention, safety and education programs, and life-saving evacuations. Every year, hundreds of thousands of divers worldwide rely on DAN as their diving safety organization.
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This course teaches the use of the AED (Automated External Defibrillator). It is an essential device to deliver an electric shock that can restart the heart’s work in pulseless ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation. The course will prepare you to react correctly in emergencies and to apply simple rescue techniques in absolute safety. He teaches an adult survivor of cardiac arrest to resuscitate to prevent anoxic brain damage that occurs immediately after the event. This course can be included in combined packages with other courses.
The DAN First Aid for Diving Emergencies course is designed to teach divers and non-divers (e.g. a diving boat Captain) to recognize the signs and symptoms of diving injuries and to provide first aid with Oxygen in accidents related to diving activities.
The DAN First Aid for Hazardous Marine Life Injuries course is designed to provide divers (and related non-divers) with useful tools to identify dangerous marine life species, prevent potential injury from these species, and be prepared to provide necessary first aid.
The DAN Onsite Neurological Assessment for Divers course is an advanced program for DAN Oxygen Providers who want to learn to perform a basic neurological assessment on a potentially injured diver.
The DAN Basic Life Support (BLS) course trains you to assist an adult victim of Sudden Cardiac Arrest or life-threatening injury by performing Basic Life Support techniques correctly. Can be combined with an AED course as BLS-D.
The DAN First Aid course is designed for students certified as Basic Life Support (BLS) providers who wish to learn first aid techniques to be used in the event of injuries or illnesses that do not directly threaten the victim’s life.
The DAN Oxygen Rebreather (MO2R) course is an advanced training program designed for those who have successfully completed the DAN Oxygen First Aid for Diving Emergency course within the past 12 months.
It has been specifically designed to train DAN Oxygen Providers to identify and recognize diving emergencies where the DAN Medical Oxygen Rebreather system is an effective method for providing emergency Oxygen.
DAN ADV O2
The DAN Advanced Oxygen SCUBA First Aid for Diving Injuries is designed for those who have successfully completed the DAN O2 course. It is designed to teach DAN Oxygen Providers to use a positive pressure valve (such as the MTV100) and/or a bag valve mask (BVM).
The DAN Aquatic Emergency Oxygen First Aid course teaches how to use Oxygen as first aid in the event of an aquatic emergency. This program provides essential tools for recognizing water emergencies such as drowning, understanding root causes, and managing the victim appropriately. This course is for rescuers (Lifeguards, Firefighters, Coast Guard, etc.)
The DAN Pediatric Basic Life Support (PBLS) course represents an integration of the DAN Basic Life Support (Adult) course. This program is designed to teach pediatric victims the skills necessary to manage Cardiac Arrest and Foreign Body Airway Obstruction.
DAN IQC and DAN ITW
With the DAN Instructor Qualification Course and the DAN Instructor Trainer Workshop, you can become a DAN trainer and trainer trainer. When you become a DAN instructor, you help build a better trained and skilled diving community. You can train qualified dive personnel, grow your business, and show your customers that you are dedicated to safety.