|COMMERCIAL DIVING SERVICES|
Kinetic Key Engineering Company was found in 1988 and incorporated in 1991 in Hong Kong. Kinetic Key Co. Ltd. (KKCL) is a Consulting Engineer, Contractor, Equipment Supplier for Marine/Civil Engineering, Boat Mooring/Navigation Systems and Commercial Diving in Hong Kong and China (PRC).
KKCL established Production Lines and worked with Manufacturers in mainland China (PRC) to
provide full range of Mooring Components (Mooring Buoys, Chains, Swivels, Shackles and Concrete Sinkers etc.) and develop the Non-metal Mooring Buoys included but not limited to
EVA / Polyurea and Fiberglass Module filled with hard
Mr. Kin-Kwong Li is the Director and General Manager of KKCL, Mr. Li is a British, Chinese and Hong Kong Registered Marine Engineer and Licensed Commercial Diving Specialist since 1982 and 1990 respectively. He has involved in a variety of marine engineering projects both above and under water for more than 40 years. The desire to train quality divers and promote diving related educations led to the formation of Hong Kong Institute of Scuba Training Ltd. (HKIST) and Scuba World Club (SWC) in Hong Kong since 1989, and Shenzhen Scuba World Co. Ltd. (SZSWC) in Shenzhen, China (PRC) since 2004. As a professional engineer and educator over 30 years, Mr. Li has trained and certified more than 4,000 students including 500 Professional Instructors and Instructor Trainers, and will continue to provide all levels of training courses to enable you to become the best and the most respectable divers and dive leaders in the diving community.
With his sound experiences in marine engineering and commercial diving, Mr. Li has been inviting as Expert Witness at the High Court in Hong Kong to provide expert opinions and advises on marine, recreational and commercial diving accidents since 1995.
Professional Qualifications of our Group Founder Mr. Kin-Kwong Li:
Master in Business
Chartered Manager - Canadian Institute of Business Administration (C. Mgr., CIBA)
Fellow - Institute of Marine Engineers, Science and Technology (FIMarEST)
Fellow - Hong Kong Institute of Engineers (FHKIE)
Fellow - Hong Kong Institute of Marine Technology (FHKIMT)
Member - Chinese Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (MCSNAME)
Course Director - National Association of Commercial Diving Specialists (NACDS)
Course Director - National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI)
National Instructor - World Underwater Federation (CMAS)
National Instructor - Chinese Underwater Association (CUA)
National Instructor - Hong Kong Underwater Association (HKUA)
First Aid Instructor Trainer - National Safety Council (NSC)
Oxygen First Aid Instructor Trainer - Diver Alert Networks (DAN)
Nitrox Instructor Trainer - National Association of Underwater Instructors (NAUI)
Rebreather Instructor - Technical Diving International (TDI)
IRB Instructor - Inflatable Rescue Boat (IRB)
Grade 1 Pleasure Vessel Operator Certificate (HK Marine Department)
Time is Money
The Commercial Diver is not going underwater for Fun!
Commercial divers are people who are paid for the skills they are able to accomplish underwater, and the diving is simply a unique mode of transportation. Commercial diving is considered a hazardous occupation. Both the underwater environment and the often-complex procedures necessary to carry out work assignments can present serious hazards to divers' safety and health. For these reasons, commercial diving requires teamwork and tacit understanding among all the team members, who must be trained, qualified and physically fit for the tasks being performed.
Unfortunately, Local Government Officials, Civil & Marine Contractors (Employers) and Diving Contractors / Divers (Employees) are not always clear about the distinction between Recreational and Commercial Diving. There may be little difference in appearance between a fully kited-out recreational diver in wet suit and tank about to explore the coral reef and a commercial diver about to investigate and repair a ship's hull in harbour, but there is a world of difference in the levels of training, certification, regulation and safety required.
KKCL had carried out and successfully completed many various types of marine engineering and commercial diving works for public utilities and private companies in Hong Kong and China (PRC) for more than 30 years. Mr. Li has also been inviting as an Expert Witness at the High Courts to provide expert opinions and advises on marine, recreational and commercial diving accidents since 1995. For inquiry, please contact Mr. Li on Tel.: (852) 6952 8400 or (86) 138 2522 3300 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.