The saturation technician is responsible for the set-up, maintenance and repair of the saturation diving complex, including but not limited to:
• Life-support systems (primary and secondary).
• Electrical and electronic systems.
• Pneumatic systems.
• Hydraulic systems.
• Piping systems.
• Gas storage and transfers systems.
• Compressors.
• Environmental control systems.
• Calibration and testing of all components.
• PVHO (pressure vessels for human occupancy) repairs.
• Maintenance logs.
• PMS (preventive maintenance system) program and data entry.
• Certification documentations.
• Critical spares on board warehouse.
• Analytical instrumentation.
• Launch and recovery systems.
• TUP (Transfer Under Pressure) mating systems.
• Communication and video systems.
• Other ancillary equipment (e.g., jet pumps, power generators, etc.).

• Training and experience applicable to the equipment under their charge.
• A working knowledge and understanding of the physics and physiology of diving.
• Basic understanding of saturation theory and safe operations.
• Specific certification and training as required by industry, regulatory agencies and manufacturers.
• Valid CPR and first aid certification.

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