Category: Incident Reports

Undemanded BC Inflation

Users of AP Diving jackets with an AP200 inflator need to be aware that loosening of the plastic securing nut where the inflator hose connects can result in rapid, undemanded inflation of the BC. To avoid this issue, nuts are

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AT Diving Incident Form (Dec 18)

BRd 2806(5) requires all incidents to be notified to the Defence Diving Standards Team (DST) using a slightly modified British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC) incident reporting form.   This form has been updated to include the latest email addresses and job

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New JSSADC Email Addresses

After our conversion to MoD Net, all JSSADC email addresses have changed.  You can now contact us using the following: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

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2018 JS Diving Incident Reports

The table below contains a sanitised version (no names or units!) of the service diving incidents that have been received by JSSADC in 2018. Further details on incident reporting and the latest form can be accessed at this page.

Revised Incident Report Form

Following the change of email addresses for JSSADC, the JS BSAC Incident Report Form has now been updated.  The latest versions can be downloaded at the links below JS BSAC Incident Report Form (2017) JS BSAC Incident Report Form (2017)

Kit Check!

Two recent incident reports from an AT diving centre have highlighted issues with submersible pressure gauges (SPG).  Fortunately both failures occurred on the surface rather than in water and the only injuries were minor. Although not the case in this

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2017 JS Diving Incident Reports

The table below contains a sanitised version (no names or units!) of the service diving incidents that have been received by JSSADC in 2017. Further details on incident reporting and the latest form can be accessed at this page.

2016 JS Diving Incident Reports

The table below contains a sanitised version (no names or units!) of the service diving incidents that have been received by JSSADC in 2016. Further details on incident reporting and the latest form can be accessed at this page.

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