“Primer in Diving Physiology”
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
1w ago
“Primer in Diving Physiology” Presented by: Capt. Marie Knafele USN MD ~ PhD NEDU Chief Medical Officer  NAUI TECHNICAL DIVING CONFERENCE 2000 Army Special Forces Underwater Operations School, Key West, Florida, US  November 01, 2000 Capt Knafele "Discusses oxygen toxicity, CO2 buildup, and technical diving." See the video at    ..read more
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The RMS Republic: Shipwreck of GOLD
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
The RMS Republic: The Billion dollar Shipwreck of GOLD The Backstory: The RMS Republic was a White Star Line steam-powered ocean liner built in 1903. In early morning of 23 January 1909, while sailing from New York City to Gibraltar, the Republic was in a collision with SS Florida in 1909 in which she sank in 270 feet of water aprox 70 miles off of Martha's Vineyard. At the time there where multiple reports that she was carrying gold and mixed coin worth $250,000 (in 1909 dollars) to be used as payroll for the US Navy's Great White Fleet. In addition to the US Navy coin-monies shipment, variou ..read more
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TV-6: The Making of WATERDANCE
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
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9-11 Memorial Episode
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
Sep 11th 20th Anniversary Episode. Joe and Arielle talk about their recollections from the events of that day. We would like all listeners to share their stories as well. Leave comments, send us an email or an audio file ..read more
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Technical Free Diving: A Discussion
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
Technical Free-diving and shooting underwater scene for AVITAR 2. Interview with Kirk Krack of Performance Free-diving. Kirk discusses the procedure, techniques, physics and physiology of technical free diving. Kirk also discusses how he used technical free to train actors for the underwater sequences in the new AVITAR Feature Film Download past Free-diving episodes with Kirk Krack here: 1.We go "in-depth" and discuss the philology, history and mindset to succeed in the sport of Free-diving 2.Intro to Free-diving with Kirk Krack ..read more
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Human Factors in Diving: "Reducing Error Producing Conditions."
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
Human Factors in Diving: Part 3 "Reducing Error Producing Conditions." We wrap up our Human Factors discussion with Gareth Lock. We discuss error producing conditions, network influence mapping and how to improve learning from incidents. We also preview the upcoming Human Factors in Diving Conference. In Sept 2021 there will be the online Human Factors in Diving Conference. For more info and how to attend goto ..read more
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Psycho-Motor Skills in Scuba Diving: A Discussion.
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
Psycho-Motor Skills Discussion. Interview with Karl Shreeves. Karl is the Director of Training Development at PADI. We discuss psycho-motor skills and how that relates to teaching and performing scuba diving. Psychomotor skills refers to a wide range of actions involving physical movement related to conscious cognitive processing.   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychomotor_learning ..read more
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Human Factors in Diving - Psychological Safety and Just Culture:
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
Human Factors in Diving Psychological Safety and Just Culture: Gareth Lock, author of the book "The Human Diver" talks about the two key concepts in dive safety analysis. Psychological safety and just culture. - Psychological Safety is the belief that you won’t be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns, or mistakes. It’s a shared belief held by members of a team that others on the team will not embarrass, reject, or punish you for speaking up. - Just Culture is a concept related to systems thinking which emphasizes that mistakes are generally a product of faulty ..read more
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Interview with Gareth Lock on the Human Factors in Diving.
POD DIVER RADIO: The Scuba-cast
by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
Gareth Lock is a retired RAF officer and dive educator who is the Director of "The Human Diver". This is an organization that's mission is to improve the safety and performance of divers thru the study of Human Factors. Human Factors are the physical or cognitive properties of individuals, or social behavior which is specific to humans, and influence functioning of technological systems as well as human-environment equilibria. The safety of diving operations can be improved by reducing the frequency of human error and the consequences when it does occur. Gareth wrote the seminal book on the th ..read more
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The Philosophy of Technical Dive Instruction:
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by Jospeh Cocozza: PADI MSDT
3y ago
 The Philosophy of Technical Dive Instruction: a discussion We talk with Marissa Eckert and James Draker of Hidden World Diving about: standards, tech diving history, training agencies, cave diving, tech student problems, advanced buoyancy control, gas management, situational awareness and how different instructors teach. For more info about cave and tech training, goto their website. https://www.dive-caves.com ..read more
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