SDI Solo Diving Manual Publisher:
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© International Training 2007
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Reviewers and Contributors:
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All diving activities have inherent risks involved. Each individual diver engaging in any form of diving must accept the risks and accept responsibility for their own actions. The author and publisher assume no liability to anyone for loss, damage, injury or death caused by any error or omission in the work. Any and all such liability is disclaimed. The information in this manual pertains to Solo Diving, and is only to be used as a supplement to recognized training by a certified SDI Solo Diving Instructor. This manual cannot replace professional instruction and good judgment.
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