Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Library

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

  • Making the difference

    Making the difference

    Issue No - 6 By Editorial

    Education is the gradual process of acquiring knowledge through learning and instruction. It is as much about the development of personal attributes through upbringing and observation as it is about gaining knowledge through textbooks.

    Publish date: 12/09/2013

  • Go to sea! A campaign to boost shipping industry recruitment.

    Go to sea! A campaign to boost shipping industry recruitment.

    Issue No - 19 By Efthimios E Mitropoulos, Secretary-General, International Maritime Organization

    The global shortage of seafarers, especially officers, has already reached significant proportions and is now a source of genuine concern to all involved in the industry.

    Publish date: 12/09/2013

  • Investing in people

    Investing in people

    Issue No - 5 By Editorial

    Quality is often defined in the context of the relationship between the customer and the supplier; it is a measurement of how a product or service meets, or exceeds, a customer’s expectations.

    Publish date: 12/09/2013

  • Occupational standards for shore-based ship management

    Occupational standards for shore-based ship management

    Issue No - 20 By Captain Nigel Palmer, Chairman, Merchant Navy Training Board (UK)

    The MNTB has recently reviewed its training programmes for seagoing Officer Trainees. One area that has been neglected in the past has been shore-based ship management. The MNTB has therefore developed a suite of National Occupational Standards covering shore-based ship management occupations.

    Publish date: 12/09/2013

  • It will never happen to me

    It will never happen to me

    Issue No - 18 By Rev Terje Bjerkholt Chairman, Crisis Preparedness Committee International Christian Maritime Association

    I wonder how often we have had this reaction when we hear of a tragedy. Accidents happen to other people. We all comfort ourselves by thinking like this. If we didn't think like this we would never have had the courage to do anything!

    Publish date: 12/09/2013