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  • Introduction to Issue 34

    Introduction to Issue 34

    Issue No - 34 By Editorial

    In this issue of Alert! we are focusing on Habitability. In Issue No. 11 of Alert! we define Habitability as: Comfortable, clean (and cleanable) and convivial accommodation, washing & toilet facilities, mess rooms, group meeting and exercise areas.....

    Publish date: 19/12/2013

  • Crew Habitability: What you need to know

    Crew Habitability: What you need to know

    Issue No - 34 By Dr. Kevin McSweeney, Manager – Safety & Human Factors Group, ABS Corporate Technology – www.eagle.org

    The main goals of designing for habitability are to provide a design that will enhance human performance, mental alertness, the quality of life for seafarers, and quite possibly crew recruiting and retention.

    Publish date: 12/12/2013

  • Improving Habitability on Board

    Improving Habitability on Board

    Issue No - 34 By Angela Liliana Lossa Chamorro

    The end user is the most important element when designing and his/her anthropometry is the key factor during the design process.

    Publish date: 10/12/2013

  • HE01225 - Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

    HE01225 - Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

    Issue No - 34 By SeaHealth, Denmark

    An expanded version of the article by Carsten Gydahl-Jensen, on Page 7 of Issue No. 34 of Alert!, on the impacts of noise and vibration, effective prevention and risk assessments.

    Publish date: 9/12/2013

  • HE01220 - A multi-factorial analysis of human performance during a 9-day sea trial

    HE01220 - A multi-factorial analysis of human performance during a 9-day sea trial

    Issue No - 34 By P Valk, M Grech and J Bos

    The report of a multi-national sea trial on the effects of ship motions on human performance which was performed aboard the Canadian Forces Auxiliary Vessel Quest in February and March of 2007.

    Publish date: 9/12/2013