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    A stand alone underwater burning training course.

    There would be two vital areas of importance that would be the focus of this undertaking;

     

    1. Safety

    2. Competency

     

    Training would be conducted at the DCBC accredited CDT commercial diver training facility in Hudson FL. and consist of two primary components;

     

    1. Underwater burning certification

    2. Underwater Oxy-Arc Burning Instructor certification. (This would be required to conduct training of personal)

     

    John Roat and CDT will be holding meetings during the upcoming UI Conference in New Orleans. If those attending the meetings agree this course will be offered to other Accredited Diver Training Schools. Interested parties can contact Sid Preskitt, Commercial Diving Technologies at 321-212-8550 or underseas6@yahoo.com for more information.

     

    You can download a short Video overview by clicking on Burning:    BurningTraining.wmv

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    So all are clear. At the meeting will be Representatives of the Rod & Torch Manufactures, ADCI, IMCA, and several Diving Companies. 

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