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All the dive resorts and centres represent the Philippines premier dive destinations and operators and they fully adhere to safe diving practises. All are members of PADI (the Professional Association of Diving Instructors).

 

PADI is the largest diver training organisation in the world and all of its professional members work within rigidly defined safety standards. These standards are designed to ensure your safety and well being on all dives.

 

Every diving professional working within the resorts will have first aid training and all boats and equipment will be regularly inspected and tested.

Always listen carefully to your dive leaders and Instructors during pre-dive briefings and always rely on them for advice on current conditions.

 

You also have a self obligation to dive safely. You must be of reasonable health to dive and if you feel that there are any pre-existing conditions that may cause concern (asthma, diabetes, heart or lung problems, sinus or ear problems, major surgery etc) then please consult with your doctor prior to departure.

 

Before taking any PADI course you will be asked to fill in a medical questionnaire – please answer this truthfully and honestly. The questionnaire is for your own safety.

 

Be aware of your own limits, experience and comfort zone and never dive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

 
 

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