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rose
posted : February 8, 2011 Post subject: Long Term Health of Working Divers
Hi,
I am a student of Ocean Science and currently taking the HSE Diving at Work course. For my dissertation I am looking at the long term health of those who currently work as divers or who have retired from a diving profession.
I am looking to conduct some surveys. Any information I gather will be kept anonymous. If anybody can help, please let me know, it would be greatly appreciated :)


 
rose
posted : February 8, 2011 Post subject: Long Term Health of Working Divers
Also, if anybody has any information that may be relavent, but would not like to participate in a survey, this would be greatly helpful aswell!

 
semizen
posted : February 8, 2011 Post subject: Long Term Health of Working Divers
I suggest you post this on longstreath.com, the UK commercial divers site. There is also quite a lot of useful (and some useless) info and links posted, worth a browse.

Good luck

 
rose
posted : February 9, 2011 Post subject: Long Term Health of Working Divers
Thank you very much, I will check it out!

 
SteveO2
posted : March 8, 2011 Post subject: Long Term Health of Working Divers
A Survey was done in Aberdeen about 7 years ago lot divers attended i was one as to results nothing conclusive. no worse than working down pit relly

 
phil morphew
posted : March 24, 2011 Post subject: Long Term Health of Working Divers
hello there, up in the region of 3000+commercial and scallop dives and still going at 44, what info are you after? cheers phil

 
prodiversuk
posted : May 20, 2011 Post subject: Long Term Health of Working Divers
HI Rose
i am a commercial diver, have been for nearly 30 yrs. what type of info are you looking for.

 
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