Mustang-Survival inflatable PFDs from September 2014 onwards may be subject to manufacturer recall..
Models: MD3183, MD3184 or MD3188
Please read the advisory notice at the link below and follow the steps outlined in order to identify if your version is affected.
CCDRT welcomes new applicant Callie R. She comes to us as a PADI instructor, fully qualified cave diver, and is working on her PADI Master Scuba Diver Trainer.
See her info on the team bio page.
If you or someone you know may be interested in volunteer public safety diving, contact us!
Do you know the "Rules Of The Road" for inland waterways? Have you taken a Boater Safety course yet? It is mandatory for most people:
ALL Oregon residents must now carry the Oregon boater education card when operating powerboats (including personal watercraft or any motorized watercraft) greater than 10 hp.
-Children under 12 years old may not operate any power boat.
-Children 12 to 15 years old are required to carry their Oregon Boater Education Card on-board AND have a Card-holding adult (16 years of age or older, 18 years of age for personal watercraft) on-board in direct supervision in order to operate a powered watercraft GREATER than 10 hp.
-Children 12 to 15 years of age can operate a motorboat of 10 hp or less alone if holding a boater education card.
-Children must be 12 years old to take their Oregon Boater Safety Course & Exam and receive their Boater Education Card.
You must have a Washington State Boater Education Card to operate a motorized watercraft of 15 HP or more if you were born on or after January 1st, 1955.
-When the final phase of the law comes into effect in 2016, all boaters over the age of 12 will be required to have a Boater Education Card
-Children under the age of 12 may not operate a watercraft with a motor larger than 15 horsepower.
-Children aged 12 and over may operate a watercraft with a motor larger than 15 horsepower if they have their Washington Boater Education Card.
-All watercraft which have a motor larger than 15 horsepower require the operator to carry a valid Boater Education Card, including personal watercraft such as jet skis.
Just a reminder that the monthly general meeting will be at 6 pm on this Thursday, April 7th. This is a bit earlier than the previous 7 pm time, due to some team member schedule changes, so don't forget!
We'll be in the classroom at the Kennedy Fitness center of the Washington State School for the Blind. The entrance is on McLoughlin Street, not 13th.
This is the monthly general business meeting for entire team. Interested community supporters, prospective members, and other interested parties are welcome and encouraged to attend.
1. New website
2. Drowning death/injury rate for Clark County- historical spreadsheet & where to find it
3. Training documentation- how to submit records
4. Equipment inventory & service records- how to submit
5. Rescue Diver class (proposed)
6. Cylinder Inspector class (proposed)
- Amateur Radio