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PADI Emergency O2 Provider

Learn how to administer Emergency Oxygen

  • 140 British pounds
  • Isle of Arran

Service Description

Knowing how and when to administer emergency oxygen is a valuable skill to have in a dive emergency. PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider prepares you to offer aid and teaches you to recognize scuba diving injuries and illnesses requiring emergency oxygen. This is an excellent course for scuba divers, boat crew, lifeguards, freedivers or anyone who spends time in and around water. - Learn to administer emergency oxygen - Be prepared to offer aid to divers and any recreational water user - Gain experience handling oxygen equipment - Identify when oxygen is needed for scuba diving and water-related injuries and illnesses - Aid a diver if decompression sickness is suspected - Assemble an oxygen unit and administer emergency oxygen Duration: Half Day No age restrictions or water sessions required


Upcoming Sessions


Cancellation Policy

See our Refund, Returns & Cancellations Policy page full details prior to completing your booking. Key points are summarised but you will be bound by our full policy upon booking. Cancellations by us: We’ll always look to reschedule in the first instance, credit for another date or offer a refund (minus transaction and course material fees). Dive Arran Ltd will not be liable for any other associated costs you may have incurred such as but not limited to accommodation or travel. Cancellations by you: You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance. We’ll reschedule your activity but if we can’t then we’re always happy to refund you (minus transaction and course material fees). Where less than 24 hours’ notice is given by you then we reserve the right to retain your complete activity payment. Additional Fee's: If you are unable to complete your course in the designated time we reserve the right to add additional teaching and equipment fee's. Lost/damaged equipment will be charged.


Contact Details

  • Dive Arran, Shore Road, Brodick, Isle of Arran, UK


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