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MAR:2010

On behalf of a client, Haynes Marine Ltd successfully manages customer Sea Acceptance Trials of manned submersible vehicle diving and training operations in accordance with UK Health and Safety Diving at Work Regulations.

 
MAR:2010

Paul Haynes conducts a three-day Professional SCUBA Association International (PSAI) normox trimix training course for two students at Lochaline Dive Centre, Sound of Mull, Scotland.

 
FEB:2010

Paul Haynes closes the NW BSAC Diving Conference with a presentation on Military Rebreather Diving and Development.

 
JAN: 2010

Scottish Hyperbaric Association - Presentation: A Statistical Probability

To quote the famous decompression researcher Dr Bill Hamilton, "decompression sickness is not an accident but a statistical probability"; following a technical dive, Paul Haynes discusses the personal realisation of that probability taking the audience through the build-up to the event and the subsequent hyperbaric treatment and asks are there lessons to be learnt.

 

 
DEC: 2009

Wreck of HMS Pathfinder dived. Located 15miles out into the North Sea off the NE coast of Scotland at a depth of 65m, light cruiser HMS Pathfinder was sunk in 1914 by U21 and was the World's first war ship to be sunk by torpedo fired from a submarine with the loss of 259 crew out of 268.

 
NOV: 2009

Royal Navy rebreather Instructor Training conducted on behalf of Divex Ltd using Stealth Clearance Diver's Life Support Equipment (CDLSE), the world's most advanced military self contained underwater life support system.

 
OCT: 2009

Commercial and technical tender response submitted on behalf of clients. Contract signing scheduled for early 2010.

 
SEP: 2009

After three-years of research, new wreck found at a depth of 65m off the NE coast of Scotland is positively identified. SS Greenawn and her crew were last seen in 1941. Evidence from the site suggest Luftwaffe aerial attack was the cause of the loss.

 
SEP: 2009

Royal Navy rebreather Instructor Training conducted on behalf of Divex Ltd using Stealth Clearance Diver's Life Support Equipment (CDLSE), the world's most advanced military underwater life support system.

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AUG: 2009

Commercial and technical tender responses submitted on behalf of a client.

 
AUG: 2009

Advanced Nitrox and Decompression Procedures diving course completed at Lochaline, Sound of Mull, Scotland.

 
AUG: 2009

Submersible vehicle diving operations study report completed on behalf of client.

 
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