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GLOC
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GLOC

Nassau Grouper, Male, from Malmesbury, UK

GLOC was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Male
    Home Page:
    http://www.humanfactors.academy
    Location:
    Malmesbury, UK
    Occupation:
    Human Factors Consultant and Researcher
    Gender:
    Male
    Blog / MySpace URL:
    https://www.humanfactors.academy/blog/
    Certification Agencies:
    GUE, PADI, TDI, BSAC
    Certification Level:
    GUE Tech 2, TDI Mod 1 JJ-CCR
    # of Logged Dives:
    500 - 999
    Dive Classification:
    Technical Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Rebreather Type:
    JJ CCR
    Integrity. Passionate about Human Performance. Actively trying to develop a Just Culture in Diving.

    A retired Royal Air Force flight instructor now teaching Human Factors and Crew Resource Management in the Oil & Gas, healthcare and sports diving sectors, taking the hard-won lessons learned from areas such as aviation and medicine to improve safety in sport diving; crucially recognizing that sport diving is a recreational activity and should not need any more rules or regulations.

    Currently undertaking a part-time PhD examining the role of Human Factors in diving incidents and has presented at a number of international diving conferences on human error, safety culture and incident reporting.

    Been diving for the last 10 years, is an active advanced OC trimix diver and in 2014 qualified on the JJ-CCR.

    Recently created the Human Factors Skills in Diving Classes to fill a knowledge gap in the sports diving industry - a gap which when closed will reduce the number of incidents in diving. Click here for when these courses are running
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