One of the services we offer to chambers is a risk assessment, where a team of assessors reviews the facility's functionality, intrinsic safety, operating procedures and the level of training of the staff.
After this visit, the team returns back home with plenty of pictures and technical notes that are used to compile a personalized Risk Assessment Report, with specific recommendations for the visited chamber.
The confidential report, with applicable and appropriate feedback and information, is then forwarded to the Recompression facility and is intended to guide them in addressing and improving highlighted points in order to comply with the standards and guidelines as described in the International Risk Assessment Guide, a guide authorised by Francois Burman, Pr. Eng, President of DAN Southern Africa and Director of Underwater & Hyperbaric Safety (DAN America).
This is also the moment where we best understand the needs of the hyperbaric chamber facility and can offer technical or medical assistance. This goes from resolving some basic technical issues they might face, but can also include diving medical advice from one of our specialists.