PADI - Instructor Guide - Discover Scuba & Discover Scuba

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True  False • Underwater, I should breathe slowly, deeply, continuously and never hold my breath. 6.  True  False • My instructor has an alternate air source I may breathe from in the unlikely event I have a problem with my air supply underwater. 7.  True  False • The “caution zone” on my air gauge indicates that I have plenty of air in my tank and that I may continue diving. 8.  True  False • I should not touch, tease or harass an underwater organism since it may harm me and/or I may harm it.

You will learn these rules during your scuba diving program. It is important to follow some simple rules to avoid injury, which, although unlikely, could be serious, even fatal. Possible risks specific to scuba diving include: • Problems with your ears • Drowning and breathing-in water • Getting cold in the water • Lung over-expansion injury Like any adventurous activity, there are potential risks in scuba diving. However, these are well known and easy to avoid by following some simple rules. Youth Diving: Responsibility and Risks Flipchart Discover Scuba Programs Instructor Guide A-9 Your Responsibility: to understand and put to use the following six ACTION steps during your scuba diving adventure.

True  False • I should equalize every few feet/one metre while descending. 4.  True  False • If I have discomfort in my ears or sinuses during descent, I should continue downward. 5.  True  False • Underwater, I should breathe slowly, deeply, continuously and never hold my breath. 6.  True  False • My instructor has an alternate air source I may breathe from in the unlikely event I have a problem with my air supply underwater. 7.  True  False • The “caution zone” on my air gauge indicates that I have plenty of air in my tank and that I may continue diving.

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