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The Frazer Amiss Underwater Search Unit Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Memorial Trust © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson This presentation is intended to give a brief overview of the aims and current status of the Frazier Amiss Memorial trust. Please feel free to copy and distribute in whole.
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Presentation covers: Background Team Call out Equipment Training Risk Assessment Diving operations Search and recovery © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit 15 year old Frazer Drown whilst swimming in Powell's pool Sutton park Father and mother stayed with him all night His Father made several attempts to recover him It took 19 hours before the underwater unit entered the water It took Just 20 minutes to recover him © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Formation The Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Formed to raise funds to support a Unit that will search for and recover, victims of drowning in and around Sutton Park Structure: Chairman President Manager Treasurer Morris Hornton Andrew Mitchel MP Darren Amiss Julie Amiss © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Formation The Dive Unit Local divers contacted by the trust A supervisory team was put together and evolved as time went by After a long start-up period unit is formed with divers from several local clubs Some of the dive team bring other skills Doctors, Firemen, Undertakers, Engineers, etc All work quietly and supportively as a team © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Team Current team comprises: 4 Supervisors 8 Divers 9 Building up experience 23 Total Increasing to 30 in the future Qualifications/ experience BSAC Sport to First class (CMAS 2 to 4 star) 4 BSAC instructor trainers Doctors, Nurses, Police, Fire etc © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Call Out Similar to Cave/ RNLI Call made to whole team Controlled by Senior supervisor Team built from available resource © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Equipment In order to maintain diver safety and the efficiency of the Unit, the following equipment has been acquired. Divator MK II Full Face Mask 12lt cylinder and 3lt Pony Bell Jacket, incl integrated weights Switching block 60m Umbilical Asynchronous communications system © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Training Recommended by the Nautical Archaeological Society Peter Pritchard of Pritchard Diving Services Professional Diving Contractor Former Military and Police Diver/ Supervisor Multinational Military and Police Trainer, including some American parks Units. Dive supervisor for National Geographic NAS Supervisor/ trainer Compiles training courses Etc. © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Training This has been long and involved, covering Equipment / Concepts of barrier diving Communications (umbilical and rope signals) Tendering Safety Search patterns Operating in ZERO visibility and at night Dealing with Police and civil authorities Incident type identification and resolution Dive supervision Site and diver security Basic Forensics and Sample taking © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Barrier Diving Ensures Diver cannot come into contact with contaminants Built in boots Seals at neck and wrists Dry zip Positive Pressure Full Face Mask Ensures any break in seals will not allow water ingress Dry Hood Dry Gloves Barrier Diving Bell Jacket gives extra body protection © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson Dry suit
Communications Microphone Speaker Umbilical Attached to gated carabineer. Used for rope pull communications if voice fails © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Additional Safety 2 independent gas supplies Diver attached to umbilical Quick release weights © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson Gas switch
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Search and recovery Current training Jack stay search Divers locate the victim, then return to shore Liaise with emergency services on recovery (Forensics etc) Cover Underwater if possible © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Jack stay search Diver The Jack stay search is inefficient The diver will cover the same area twice However, its inefficiency makes it very thorough On extended searches, it is very important to be able to exclude an area © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
View of search area from surface Jack Stay search © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Ongoing training: Each diver must perform 10 hours of post course underwater training, before they are assessed by PDS. After this they must maintain their training Blackroot pool 3 rd Weekend of the month. Now extending to all pools in Sutton Park. RISK ASSEMENT 3 Types Generic Site Specific Current (on the day) © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit Diving operations: ALL divers are tendered Standby Diver Tender operates via check list and reports to supervisor Communications logs dives Dive Supervisor controls ALL aspects of diving operations Incident/ project manager on extended search Minimum team size 5/ 6 If Supervisor = Communications This is at the discretion of the Dive supervisor © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Divers are always tendered No diver enters the water without a safety diver and tender © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
Frazer Amiss Memorial Trust Underwater Search Unit We hope this presentation has given a brief overview of the aims and current status of the Frazier Amiss Memorial trust. If you have any questions please direct them to trust who will be please answer them. We thank you for you time © 2008 FAMT and G.Asson
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