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  1. Meets all requirements of a Scientific Diver as listed in section 2.8;
  2. Is trained to a level equal or exceeding that is specified in AS 2815.1;
  3. Has at least 100 hours of diving experience.

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  1. Meet all requirements of a Scientific Diver as listed in section 2.8;
  2. Must have at least 15 logged hours of occupational diving relevant to the dive work that will be supervised as a DC. These diving hours should be recorded in accordance with AS/NZS2299.2 (see example of an occupational diver's log book on Appendix 3). These dives should be logged with Macquarie University, although any occupational dives that are properly logged and meet the current standard for occupational diving may be accepted at the discretion of the UDO;
  3. Must have experience with the operation of any equipment being used and any work being carried out during the diving operation;
  4. Must be able to demonstrate current knowledge of dive emergency management;
  5. Successfully complete and pass a DC induction and a check-out outing with the UDO or delegate. This assesses the capacity of the diver to safely supervise dive operations, efficiently use DCIEM tables, comply with all current regulations as well as identify and deal with diving emergencies;
  6. Must demonstrate a working knowledge of Work Health & Safety regulations and risk assessment.

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  1. Still meet the requirements to be a Scientific Diver (see section 2.8 below);
  2. Be able to demonstrate an up-to-date knowledge of all current Macquarie University procedures relating to diving as well as up-to-date knowledge in the recognition and management of diving emergencies;
  3. The UDO should observe the DC during a dive outing where they act as a DC annually, to make sure that all the skills checked in the initial observation are kept up-to-date;
  4. Must have acted as a DC with Macquarie University at least once every six months;
  5. The DC should show that they have at least 5 logged hours of occupational diving in the last 12 months.

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  1. Meet all requirements of a Scientific Diver listed in section 2.8;
  2. Hold a current certification in occupational SSBA (ADAS Part2R or higher);
  3. Complete a check-out SSBA dive with the UDO or SSBA-qualified delegate.

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  1. Meet all requirements of a Scientific Diver listed in section 2.8;
  2. Hold an ADAS nitrox endorsement, OR an 'EANx' diver certification with an accredited diver training organisation.

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Most diving operations require the use of ancillary personnel in a range of roles. Individuals intending to assist diving operations in these roles must fulfil all listed requirements of this Manual as outlined in the section describing the role and at Section 2.4. All support personnel must be at least 18 years old.

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The UDO will classify the visitor as a "visiting restricted scientific diver" or "visiting scientific diver" depending on their qualifications (See sections 2.8 and 2.9 for details of requirements for either these categories) and may place restriction on the diver in accordance with their experience. Visiting scientists shall provide the following to the UDO for consideration:

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