Dive Emergency Management

  Diving Emergency Management Provider

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?

When a dive accident occurs, multiple things happen. Separate small problems can compound to create a larger problem. DAN’s Diving Emergency Management Provider (DEMP) program prepares you to handle the kinds of multifaceted accidents that may occur. It’s an easy and fast way to take four of DAN’s core first-aid courses in one program.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

The DEMP program prepares you to address multiple problems at once and with confidence. It combines the knowledge and skills from the following four courses into a single approach to managing diving emergencies:
Basic Life Support: CPR and First Aid, Neurological Assessment, Emergency Oxygen for Scuba Diving Injuries and First Aid for Hazardous Marine Life Injuries. The main areas you will learn about in these 4 courses are

• CPR & use of AEDs

• Neurological assessments

• Decompression illness and stroke

• Atmospheric gases

• Respiration and circulation

• Oxygen safety

• Oxygen first aid for scuba diving injuries

• Envenomations from marine life

• Traumatic injuries

• Life-threatening complications

• Seafood poisonings

• Avoidance of marine life injuries

CLASS SETTING

E-learning = 4-5 hours

Classroom Practice = 6-7 hours

STUDENT MATERIALS INCLUDED

• Diving Emergency Management Provider Student Handbook (digital or print)
• DEMP Student Kit: 1 Oronasal resuscitation mask, 1 non-breather mask, 1 pair of disposable nitril gloves, 1 DEMP Student Slate