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GSA CONTRACT HOLDER: CONTRACT # GS-07F-291BA

PUBLIC SAFETY DIVE SUPPLY/SERVICES

When it all comes down to harsh water conditions, there is no substitute for excellence in public safety training. Whether dive operations, swift water rescue, ice rescue, low visibility water conditions, entanglements or many other situations, first responders must be fully prepared with the correct equipment.

Public Safety Dive Supply (PSDS) was founded on the belief that when fire departments, law enforcement and emergency medical services are properly trained in water rescue, safety and success rates will dramatically improve.

We realize that paid and volunteer agencies face tough challenges with county, state, and federal funding issues. Public Safety Dive Supply is strongly committed to providing first-rate training and the best equipment at highly affordable prices.

Our staff is committed to providing the finest training and equipment available. We are always pleased to discuss our safety training programs and selection of superior dive and water rescue equipment. Contact us for more information.


 

By Bo Tibbetts

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