{"version":"20150408","show_thumbnails":true,"items":[{"id":5417,"url":"https:\/\/www.divein.com\/articles\/dive-checklist\/","url_meta":{"origin":3591,"position":0},"title":"The Value Of A Scuba Checklist","date":"March 25","format":false,"excerpt":"Can a dive checklists help us avoid diving accidents?\u00a0Divers Alert Network believes they might! Scuba diving is a tremendously safe activity. When considering the number of participants in diving activities worldwide, the number of serious accidents is extremely low. 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