Scuba Diving Operational Risk Management Templates

Diving Risk Management Templates

How to Use the Templates

The following templates are taken from Scuba Diving Operational Risk Management: An SAS approach to principles, techniques and application by Claudio Gino Ferreri (2024, ISBN 978-1-909455-50-4, Dived Up Publications).

These files are provided for download on an as-is basis for personal and non-commercial use. They are intended to supplement the book and should only be used in conjunction with it. Each file references the relevant chapter where instructions and essential background information can be found.

The Diving Risk Management Templates are provided in Microsoft Word and Excel formats but can be opened and edited in a number of alternative applications, including some free ones.

Please note: While we hope you will find these templates straightforward to use, we will happily accept feedback (by email) regarding them. However, we are unable to offer any support with using software and no correspondence will be entered into in that regard.

Download the Templates

Each file is provided for separate download, as well as together as a compressed archive (.zip) file at the bottom.

Risk Perception AssessmentWord

Situation Report Template – Word

Problem Identification Checklist – Boat Dive – Word

Problem Identification Checklist – Shore Dive – Word

Dive Plan Template – Word

Additional Risk Mitigation Suitability Template – Word

Risk Register Template – Word / Excel
(N.B. a spreadsheet – i.e. Excel format – is probably the best way to use this large table, but a Word file is also provided for those who prefer)

Risk Review – Boat Dive – Template – Word

Download all of the above in one .zip file

About the Book

Scuba Diving Operational Risk Management


Scuba Diving Operational Risk Management is the first book dedicated to the application of risk management to diving of all kinds and at all levels. In seeking to maintain diver safety, inform rescue management procedures and learn from near misses a process for identifying and dealing with risks is vital. In this important book, former…