Joe G’s February, 2018 Safety Minute
are many scuba diving safety tips that help to make diving an easy and
safe sport. But most important is to remain within the no-decompression
limits and to ascend slowly on every dive.
The rule of thumb is to never ascend any faster than the tiniest bubble you're exhaling.
not swim directly to the surface from depth. Rather, on each and every
dive you make, pause your ascent for a minute or two at 20 feet, and
again at 10 feet to make preventative decompression stops.
Making a habit of these procedures will enable you to enjoy diving for many years to come!