planning, organization, procedures, techniques, problems and hazards
of cavern diving. Special equipment consideration like lighting
guidelines, lines and reels and redundant breathing systems. Proper
procedures for buoyancy control, body positioning and air-consumption
management. Information that describes the specific hazards of cavern
diving should include, but not limited to: silting, line entanglement
and breakage, disorientation from permanent lines and emergency
situations unique to cavern diving.