Commercial Diving Safety | Sécurité de la plongée à des fins commerciales

[TITLE: Commercial Diving Safety] My name is Marcel Labelle and I’m a Health and Safety Inspector for the Ontario Ministry of Labour. Today we’re at the Ragged Rapids Ontario Power Generation dam. There’s a diving project being conducted here for care and maintenance in which stop logs will be checked for seals and removal with […]

The Amazing Life of Sand | Deep Look

Sand is a time capsule. Every grain tells a story. Sand can be anything that’s been worn down until it’s reduced to some tiny essential fragment of what it once was. It’s a technical term. Bigger than sand? That’s gravel. Smaller? Silt. Go to beaches across the world and you find sand that looks completely […]

Snorkeling a Hidden Waterfall – I Found $203 Oakleys Underwater! (Crystal Clear Water!!!)

What’s up guys. Here we are at a brand new location check this out. This is my uncle Steve. It’s my cousin Blake. People here like this all the time pretty much right. Steve: Right in the summer. Yeah. Dallas: I mean it’s a constant flow of people so the chances of there being stuff […]

Searching the ocean depths – the 🇨🇦Canadian Diver – #WeAreNATO

So many people spend so long looking at the surface of the ocean, but what’s underneath the surface of that water I want to go find out! Normally it is quite quiet. It’s sort of an added benefit, I think, to diving, like you’re weightless, it’s quiet. Sometimes it feels like you’re on the moon. […]

Wärtsilä Further Extends Its Underwater Servicing Capabilities (Press Video: AETOSWire)

The technology group Wärtsilä, which has operations in over 200 locations in more than 80 countries around the world, is strengthening its underwater related servicing capabilities with the opening of a new diving center facility in Fujairah, United Arab Emirates. This expansion has been undertaken by Trident, a member of the Wärtsilä group. By expanding […]

When Scuba Diving Goes Wrong

From a group of divers forced to survive on the open water to a young woman who drowned on her honeymoon, here’s what happens when scuba diving goes wrong: Number 7 Japanese Divers In 2014, a group of seven female Japanese scuba divers set off from the coast of Bali in serene weather conditions. The […]