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What: This form summarizes the inspection status of a group of scuba cylinders. It contains fields for several cylinder specifications (i.e., cylinder serial number, dates of last VIP, first and last hydrostatic tests, type...
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What: This form documents the visual inspection of a single scuba cylinder. It contains detailed information from all phases of a visual inspection (e.g., cylinder specifications, external condition, internal condition, and...
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This document represents the standards and procedures for a Diving Unit Safety Assessment (DUSA) inspection under the auspices of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). As diving progresses so shall the...
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What: This form is to be used to report the results of a self-inspection of five areas of the Diving Unit - Administration, Training, Diving Equipment & Storage, Breathing Gas Compressors & System Components, and...
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In this Manual, Unit Diving Supervisors will find guidance on the types of tasks that they are expected to perform, and includes copies of required forms with instructions and a list of reports with submission deadlines.  
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This Annual Report includes information on activities by all of NOAA's Diving Units and an assessment of the state of diving at NOAA for calendar year 2014.

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This chart is the no-decompression table used by NOAA Divers for multiple air dives. 

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