Emergency

DAN Europe assures its members medical assistance in case of diving emergency, 24/7 and anywhere in the world.

We operate through an international network of alarm centres (DAN Emergency Hotline) and a group of experts in Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.

All emergency contact details are found here, on your membership card, and on the DAN Europe App.

Emergency

International Emergency Number
+39 0642115685
Email
emergency@daneurope.org
  • UNIQUE INTERNATIONAL HOTLINE ACTIVE 24/7
  • FIRST RESPONSE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  • CONNECTION TO MEDICAL TEAM SPEAKING YOUR LANGUAGE

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

 
When you are
abroad

For diving and non-diving emergencies, call the International Emergency Number.

You will be put in touch with a medical doctor, who will assess the situation and manage the assistance, in collaboration with local facilities.

When you are in your
country of residence
  1. In case of a diving emergency: call the local Emergency Medical Service (EMS) and DAN for specialised medical consultancy
     
  2. In case of a non-diving medical emergency: call the local Emergency Medical Service (EMS).

FILE A CLAIM

To ensure that a claim is dealt with and evaluated promptly, please send the following documents as soon as possible

ACCIDENT CLAIMS

What we need to assess your claim:

  1. DAN Europe Accident/Unexpected Illness Form filled out by the insured member
  2. Copy of medical report/s detailing the diagnosis
  3. Copy of payments receipts / estimated costs for treatment
  4. Copy of the flight out of the country of residence of the insured member (required ONLY for Non-Diving medical emergencies that occurred abroad)
DOWNLOAD Accident/Unexpected Illness Form

LIABILITY &

LEGAL DEFENCE CLAIMS

To file a Liability or Legal Defence Claim, please get in touch with our team.
Speak with our skilled consultants.

 

 

Prepare to make a difference

When a diving accident occurs, being able to recognise the problem and respond with the appropriate care can speed the diver's recovery and minimise lasting effects. Attend an Oxygen First Aid for Scuba Diving Injuries course, and be ready in case of emergency.

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Travelling Diver Guide

If you're planning your next dive trip, you may want to throw a look at this practical, handy Guide. Useful tips, checklists, assessment of dive centres, and much more.

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