Preparation: Key to Diver Competence
– Scuba Diving is a way of life for some people; but for most, it is just a hobby or sport. In all cases, these bubble-blowing adventurers submerge themselves into a magic world where life is no longer bi-dimensional and air supply is limited by how much is loaded in their backpacks. It is, indeed, a humbling and eye-opening experience, a true statement of the magnitude and beauty of our planet. Unfortunately, Scuba Diving is also an activity that has many risks, some of which can be fatal. To reduce the risks involved, prior to being certified, Scuba Divers go through a somewhat rigorous training program where all risks are highlighted and basic techniques to avoid them are introduced….
Chile Miners Rescue
– The mining industry has played a central and often tragic role in Latin American history, starting with the hunger for gold and silver that drove the Spanish conquest and led to the enslavement of indigenous people. 5th August 2010, 33 Chilean miners were trapped 2,000 feet underground for over two weeks. The miners were working at a depth of around 450m (1,475ft) at the San Esteban mine, near the city of Copiapo, when the rock above them collapsed. (Herald, 2010) This was a headline around the world and forever pain for the miners and their family members….
– “The Diver” Robert Currie’s “The Diver”, on the surface, recounts a diver’s descent and ascent into a river as onlookers eagerly anticipate his fate. Beneath the surface, this poem is actually very spiritual. The diver’s descent into the water, and his arising from the water, can be compared to the crucifixion of Jesus. Through the masterful use of imagery and Biblical comparisons, Currie depicts the message that rebirth and hope can captivate and revitalize our spirits. An essential key to the theme of “The Diver” is through the subtle yet prevailing use of Biblical references….
The Miracle Work of a Rescue Worker
– … 2. Wilderness Search The wilderness environment comprises of the subsequent natural environments; mountains, shorelines, rivers, kloofs, wilderness, non-mountainous areas, caves, deserts and forests (8). Wilderness search can be tricky as weather conditions often change and no one can predict what is to come, therefore rescuers have to acquire skills that can be adjusted to the environment that they operate in. Cave rescue uses applications from diverse fields such as mountain, fire and medical rescue….
Communication in the Fire and Rescue Service
– Communication in the Fire and Rescue Service Contents: Introduction Page 3 Formal and Informal Communication Page 4 Communication Problems Page 5 Specific Barriers to Effective Communication Page 6 Recommendations Page 7 – 8 Conclusion Page 9 Bibliography Page 10 References Page 11 Introduction. Communication is essential in education, training and everyday life. It’s a means by which a thought is transferred from one person to another. Effective communication occurs when the intended meaning of the source and the perceived meaning of the receiver are virtually the same, Schemerhorn (2005)…. ;