DAN Introduces Newly Redesigned Website
DURHAM, NC – March 10, 2021 – As divers everywhere have counted down the days until they could get back in the water, DAN has launched a brand-new website.
About DAN: The world’s most recognized and respected dive safety organization, Divers Alert Network (DAN) has remained committed to the health and well-being of divers for 40 years. The organization’s research, medical services and global-response programs create an extensive network that supports divers with vital services such as injury prevention, educational programs and lifesaving evacuations. Every year, hundreds of thousands of divers around the world look to DAN as their dive safety organization. Join the DAN community or learn more at DAN.org.
The completely redesigned DAN.org is your one-stop destination for dive safety information, dive accident insurance, travel insurance and much more. Whether you’re a new diver, an experienced diver, a dive professional or a dive operator you’ll find everything you need to know about safe diving. Take a video tour of the new site.
“In the last several years we’ve created numerous resources, articles, tools and programs to improve dive safety at all levels, and with this new site now we have taken the step of enhancing our members’ — and all divers’ — access to them,” said DAN president and CEO Bill Ziefle.
A simplified navigation bar puts everything DAN has to offer at your fingertips — safety guides, research studies, answers to medical FAQs, live webinars, articles from the latest issue of Alert Diver magazine and more.
You can join or renew your membership with simple, responsive forms that adapt to any device. Contact a DAN medical professional and get answers to diving health and safety questions — we’ve made it easier than ever before. Test your knowledge with safety quizzes, read The Divers Blog, and explore available volunteer, career, internship and grant opportunities. Dive pros can access risk mitigation tools that help make the industry safer for everyone.
Before you get back in the water, explore the all-new DAN.org.