Tag Archive: underwater repairs

Underwater Concrete Repair Work

Underwater concreting is widely used in today’s marine and inland waterway construction industries in the stabilisation of various structures and in erosion areas such as piers, foreshores, harbours and tidal zones. Inevitably, due… Continue reading

What do you do if a tile breaks underwater?

There are many reasons why swimming pool floor tiles can fail or become damaged. Once exposed, broken tiles can present a serious Health and Safety risk. This is because their razor sharp edges… Continue reading

Welding Underwater – The Shocking Truth!

Did you know Commercial & Specialised Diving can arc weld underwater? Welding underwater needs specialist skills and equipment, all of which Commercial & Specialised Diving can provide. Arc welding underwater (also called stick… Continue reading

Is your moving floor about to harm customers?

Health and Safety – Is your moving floor about to harm customers? ‘The design of a movable floor and/or bulkhead, either for a new pool or for an existing pool, will need to… Continue reading

Children are pulling out your expansion joints!

Children are pulling out your expansion joints? ‘Where movement joints are provided in order to meet the requirements of BS 5385: Part 3 1989 (amended 1992), the compound used should be as hard… Continue reading

Diamond Cutting

A diamond cutting tool is a tool that has diamond grains fixed onto the functional parts of the tool, typically a saw. Diamond is a naturally hard material. It is perfect for grinding… Continue reading

Risk Assesments

The following guidance is taken from the HSE publication ‘Managing Health & Safety in Swimming Pools’. As a pool operator, under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (MHSWR), you must… Continue reading