In the modern era, systematic dive procedures and decompression procedures were created under the
leadership of the US and British naval forces, establishing efficient diving through long stay times and safe
decompression for industrial divers. Based on such research and experiments for military purposes, energyrelated industries such as crude oil drilling and gas mining have grown rapidly, and related industrial diving
has grown rapidly. Through this, a specialized educational institution for systematic industrial diving was
created and the standard for industrial diving was established. In particular, industrial divers can be
classified into groups with high risk of disease and death from work.
This study aims to present basic data for the establishment of a working environment and prevention of
occupational diseases to enable industrial divers to work safely through a survey on the diving work
environment and health status of industrial divers.