"I've dived for 10 years and completed 680 dives and I never thought I would have DCI, but I did. Thanks to DAN I was able to recover very well. I hope you are covered by DAN, so you too will have someone to count on in the very possible event of a scuba diving accident. DAN was of great help from the moment they received the call about my condition; their professionalism and care was so efficient and touching." - Seung Hee, Korea

Accident Reporting & Research

As part of its mission to improve dive safety DAN collects and reports on diving incidents, injuries and fatalities.

In addition, DAN is the industry leader in diving physiology research and is one of the major organisations in the world that conducts significant medical research on recreational scuba diving safety.

DAN's studies are revealing important information that will benefit the entire diving community and improve recreational diving safety worldwide. Without DAN, many important questions about recreational diving safety would not only remain unchallenged, but unanswered.

Our research projects to date have included the effects of flying after diving, ageing and its effect on dive health, as well as diving with diabetes.

Follow the below links to learn more about DAN Accident Reporting and Research activities and what you can do to take part.

Diving Accident Reporting

Diving Accident Report Form

Project Dive Exploration (PDE)

Non-Fatal Dive Incidents Reporting Project (NFDIR)

DAN Research

Jellyfish Research