Diver medics frequently have difficulty maintaining their invasive skills capabilities, skills that can prove critical in the medical and geographic remoteness of the professional diver’s workplace. In an effort to help overcome this shortcoming, the Board has introduced a one-day skills updating program. It will take place at the location of various companies who employ DMT’s, and at no cost to them. The Board will underwrite all related expenses, which will include provision of manikins, a paramedic instructor/trainer and a set of teaching Power points for each respective skill.
The program will begin in the fall. If you are a DMT, please advise your employer and put them in touch with Board headquarters for further details.
Dick Clarke, President
National Board of Diving & Hyperbaric Medical Technology
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Updated May 22, 2018