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  • HE01370 - Commercial Pressures versus Safety at Sea: Also a matter of trust

    HE01370 - Commercial Pressures versus Safety at Sea: Also a matter of trust

    Issue No - 40 By Carolyn A. E. Graham, Nippon Foundation Research Fellow, Seafarers International Research Centre

    This contribution was prompted by the publication of a recent casualty investigation report where, among other things, commercial pressure was identified as a possible cause of death of a seafarer.
    Keywords: commercial pressure; casualty investigation; seafarer death; risk

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    Publish date: 1/12/2015

  • Editorial - Issue 39

    Editorial - Issue 39

    Issue No - 39 By David Squire FNI

    Alert 26 focussed on essentials of an Integrated Management System. Since then there have been a number of amendments to the ISM Code, particularly that "each ship is appropriately manned in order
    to encompass all aspects of maintaining safe operations on board" - and other additional guidelines.

    Publish date: 25/08/2015

  • Big Data: Harnessing it to improve Risk Management

    Big Data: Harnessing it to improve Risk Management

    Issue No - 39 By Warwick Norman, Chief Executive Officer, RightShip

    The maritime industry – not renowned for its willingness to proactively embrace change - is now seeing both the benefit and necessity of employing big data to enhance commercial opportunities, and also improve the safety and sustainability of the industry and those that work within it.

    Publish date: 24/08/2015

  • A methodological approach to the management of risk and safety

    A methodological approach to the management of risk and safety

    Issue No - 39 By Nippin Anand, Principal Surveyor, Safety Management Systems Specialist, DNV GL- Maritime

    Organisations exist to make profits: safety is a necessary evil to be overcome in the face of finite resources, limited knowledge, conflicting goal, competition etc. A seafarer could spend all day working a job in accordance with procedures and instructions, OR opt for areasonably acceptable job...

    Publish date: 23/08/2015

  • HE01340 - Vessel Cybersecurity Risk Analysis

    HE01340 - Vessel Cybersecurity Risk Analysis

    Issue No - 39 By Alejandro Gómez Bermejo Cybersecurity Manager and Consultant BEng, PMP, CISA, CRISC, ITIL, AMNI, Yachtmaster www.erawat.es

    Introduces vessel cybersecurity risk analysis and shows an example of its application to the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) assets in the Integrated Bridge System of a vessel.
    Keywords: cybersecurity, risk analysis, ICT, information, communications, IBS

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    Publish date: 21/08/2015