First Aid for Hazardous Marine Life Injuries
Hazardous Marine Life Injuries (DAN HMLI) is a training course that will provide you with the necessary knowledge related to hazards that may occur during your travels to various exotic locations around the world. The main objective of the course is to correctly identify and methods to avoid dangerous situations that may arise during your trips. In the event of an incident involving dangerous marine plants or animals, you will acquire the proper knowledge of handling the situation and helping the injured person.
Who is Hazardous Marine Life Injuries (DAN HMLI) training aimed at
Hazardous Marine Life Injuries is a training aimed at all individuals who plan to travel to exotic locations around the globe. The knowledge imparted in the training applies not only to divers, but to any person who has contact with the aquatic environment.
Why be a DAN HMLI rescuer
Please consider that our native waters are very safe in terms of plants and animals that could potentially threaten us in any way. This is completely different in the world’s warmest seas and oceans. Depending on the region, there is a large number of both plants and animals that can harm you if approached incorrectly. Knowing how to identify and avoid dangerous situations as a result of the training will allow you to make your dream dives possible without unnecessarily increasing your risk, even in their presence. Additionally, you will know how to provide assistance to an injured person if problems arise.
Formally, there are no prerequisites that limit access to this training. However, it is advisable that you have completed a Basic Life Support (BLS) course or equivalent, as well as DAN Automated External Defibrillation to take full advantage of the knowledge you will gain during this training. A severe allergic reaction can be associated with sudden cardiac arrest and knowledge of basic first aid may be essential. It is also recommended that you be a trained DAN Oxygen Provider.