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Diver's Alert Network (DAN)
Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2™)
(Visit Diver Alert Network, DAN's "REMO2" webpage.)

Diver Dan's is looking forward to helping you become better prepared to respond to a diving emergency while diving. If you have any questions, or would like to sign up contact us today.


Who is Diver's Alert Network?

Divers Alert Network (DAN) is a non-profit medical and research organization dedicated to the safety and health of recreational scuba divers and is located at Duke University Medical Center.  DAN is supported by individual divers and by every diver association around the world.

Founded in 1980, DAN has served as a lifeline for the scuba industry by operating diving's only 24-hour emergency hotline, a lifesaving service for injured divers. Additionally, DAN operates a diving medical information line, conducts vital diving medical research, and develops and provides a number of educational programs for everyone from beginning divers to medical professionals.

What is the Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2™) Program?

You know the importance of oxygen as a first aid measure for decompression illness. But, what happens when you have more ocean than oxygen between you and advanced medical care?

The DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen system is an affordable way to extend the oxygen supply of your DAN oxygen unit. The system absorbs carbon dioxide from an injured diver's expired air and replaces the small amounts of oxygen the diver uses, allowing the diver to re-breathe the exhaled oxygen.

The REMO2™ system extends the duration of a standard oxygen Jumbo "D" cylinder up to eight hours (an approximate eight-fold increase). If you dive in remote areas, the DAN REMO2™ system should be part of your safety plan.

How much is it going to cost me?

The total training fee is $50.00 and the fee is broken down in order to provide many training options to our clients. The breakdown is as follows:

$25.00 Registration Fee
$25.00 Instructor & Certification Fee

When you sign up for a class, the registration fee will be collected and the instructor will collect the instructor and certification fee during the class session.

Take a look at the schedules below and CLICK HERE to sign up online to reserve your spot for the next exciting class.

Hurry!  Class size is limited so early registration is recommended.


What is the class schedule?

The DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen program is a one-evening class consisting of one classroom session (three hours).

Are there any Prerequisites?

You need to be 12 years or older and have a current certification in CPR and First Aid.  See our CPR & First Aid Training if needed.

You also need to have a current certification as an DAN Oxygen Provider.  See our DAN Oxygen Provider Training if needed.

What will I need to buy?

Before the class begins you will need the DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2™) book. 

Why don't you order your DAN Emergency Oxygen for Scuba Injuries Student Handbook with Slates now?

Order your DEMP manual here:

Mfg Price:  $29.99
Diver Dan's Price:  $29.99

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OK - I'm ready! - What are the class dates?

Being a PADI 5-Star CDC, Diver Dan's has the largest staff of instructors in the Bay Area.  This allows us to offer class schedules that are sure to meet your needs.  However, if you find that you are unable to find a class that fits into you schedule, just let us know as there are many options available to you from private classes to participating in multiple classes, the choice is yours.

Class Schedule

D.A.N. Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen (REMO2™) Provider
Class Avaliable
Upon Request

If you'd like to organize your own private group lesson for a business, school, church or other group of individuals, refer to our current pricing schedule for private classes or contact us for more information.

Where can I go from here?

Continue your training with PADI’s Rescue Diver program, your next step in better preparing yourself for the unexpected.  Stop by the shop for more information on the PADI Rescue Diver program. 
After Becoming a DAN Remote Emergency Medical Oxygen Provider you may qualify as a DAN Diving Emergency Specialist (DES) Find out how or visit the Divers Alert Network Diving Emergency Specialist (DES) Website.