New divers can learn quite a few “good-sense” tips from other divers. This helps to prevent injuries and mishaps, and it illustrates the camaraderie of teamwork so widespread among divers.
Not all good-sense tips are scuba safety rules or guidelines, but they generally relate to basic principles every diver should know. Here, a collection of good-sense tips based on the insights in scuba diving over many collective years of experience.
If you’ve been diving for a while, or if you’ve just learned how to dive, there’s a lot to learn — and remember — about diving. You can start by remembering that each dive should be a SAFE DIVE, directly related to:
Self-reliance, Attitude, Fitness
Experience, Diving skills, Involvement
And not forgetting, ENVIRONMENT.