Each diver in the dive group shares equal responsibility for the conduct of the dive. When all divers understand and agree with that premise, the dive group can protect itself from individual and collective harm.
Know your personal limits and take time to examine and evaluate your dive habits.
Don’t rely on the experience of other divers in the group. As a certified diver, you are expected to recognize when elements are outside your level of training or comfort zone; it is your responsibility to acknowledge that and voice it.
Always remember, anyone can call off a dive at any time. In other words, it’s always OK to say “No.”
DIVE SAFETY STARTS WITH YOU.