Peter Goodman, C.H.S.T./C.S.H.O. DMT
Pete brings enormous offshore commercial diving depth of knowledge and experience to the Board.
For almost four decades, he has been literally and figuratively immersed in the continuum of diving operations, management, health and safety. Following service in the U.S. Navy he underwent commercial diving training at Seattle-based Divers Institute of Technology, in 1979. Over the ensuing years, he has achieved almost every conceivable skills training and certification (57 at last count). Even the scope of these achievements are too lengthy to mention here, let alone all of the specifics.
Aside from his work in the Gulf of Mexico, he has been employed extensively in international waters, including stints in Central and South America, West Africa, the Mediterranean, Middle East, South East Asia, China and India. That’s enough travel to fill several passports with entry and exit stamps and visas.
Pete currently serves as Health, Safety, Environment and Compliance Manager for Aqueos Corporation. This is a company providing various subsea services in the Gulf of Mexico and off the Pacific Coast.
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