Emergency Oxygen Provider
Knowing how and when to use emergency oxygen is a great skill to have and means you’re ready to help others should the need arise. Becoming a PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider lets you breathe easy knowing that you can recognize scuba diving illnesses treatable with emergency oxygen, and are prepared to offer aid. This course is also a perfect supplement to your PADI Rescue Diver certification.
There are no prerequisites, age restrictions or water sessions required for this course – it’s open to everyone. Scuba divers, snorkelers and anyone who is around divers – boat crew, lifeguards, etc. – will benefit from having this training.
You’ll learn about dive injuries, different types of emergency oxygen equipment and safety considerations when using oxygen. Then you’ll practice:
Assembling and disassembling emergency oxygen equipment.
Deploying a non-rebreather mask and a demand inhalator valve on a breathing diver.
Using a pocket mask on a nonbreathing diver.
Course tuition includes:
PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider Manual
Practical application training with our professional instructors
PADI Certification card
Stop by or call Scuba Frisco at 214-227-2494 to enroll in the course and get the PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider manual. By studying before the the practical application session, you’ll be better prepared to start practicing your emergency oxygen provider skills with your Instructor.
Student Agreement: By registering for the Emergency Oxygen Provider Course, you indicate that you have read and agree to the course policies, terms and conditions.
Emergency Oxygen Provider Course Schedule
Your instructor will have emergency oxygen units available to use for training.
The Next Step
With your PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider certification, you'll be oxygen savvy. Consider earning additional specialty diver certifications, the Advanced Open Water Diver certification, or the prestigious Master Scuba Diver certification. You may want to expand your diving skills even more with the PADI Rescue Diver course. Ask your instructor or divemaster, stop by Scuba Frisco, or give us a call for more details.