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(a) Planning of a diving operation shall include considerations of the safety and health aspects of the following:
(1) Diving mode;
(2) Surface and underwater conditions and hazards;
(3) Breathing gas supply;
(4) Thermal protection;
(5) Diving equipment;
(6) Dive team assignments;
(7) Residual inert gas status of dive team members;
(8) Decompression schedules and altitude corrections;
(9) Emergency procedures.
NOTE: Authority cited: Section 142.3, Labor Code. Reference: Section 142.3, Labor Code.
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