Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

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Here you can browse through our online database library, containing articles, papers and industry reference material.

  • HE00370 - The value of sea training

    HE00370 - The value of sea training

    By Commodore Bob Thornton, RFA - Commodore Royal Fleet Auxiliary

    The Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service operates a wide variety of support ships and employs 2300 UK seafarers to deliver afloat support from British registered merchant ships to the Royal Navy and other armed forces.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00350 - The Human Element in shipping

    HE00350 - The Human Element in shipping

    By Commodore David Squire, CBE, FNI Editor Alert!

    In the maritime context, the term human element embraces anything that influences the interaction between a human and any other human or system or machine aboard ship.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00320 - Dependable systems and competent people Essentials for safety

    HE00320 - Dependable systems and competent people Essentials for safety

    By Vaughan Pomeroy - Lloyd’s Register

    Throughout its existence, Lloyd's Register has been inextricably linked with the safety of ships, in particular the assurance that the condition of the ship and its equipment meets the requirements that are set out in the rules relating to classification.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00315 - The Human element - foundation of Quality, Safety and Security

    HE00315 - The Human element - foundation of Quality, Safety and Security

    By Capt. Ajay Achuthan, Extra master, FNI, FCMMI Principal, Massa Maritime Academy

    Legislation must have a structured way of creeping up into the human body, mind and soul. If not, it leaves behind scars and even wounds caused by the implementation process.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00270 - Maritime Resource Management

    HE00270 - Maritime Resource Management

    By Capt. K.N.Deboo

    Maritime Resource Management
    by Capt. K.N. Deboo. All accident at sea can have serious economical and environmental consequences, not to mention the loss of life that could take place.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013