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.

  • A Rough Guide to interpreting the Principles of Safe Manning

    A Rough Guide to interpreting the Principles of Safe Manning

    Issue No - 32 By Captain Michael Lloyd, Commodore David Squire

    The Guidelines for Determination of Minimum Safe Manning are only viable if they are strictly complied with. To date, there is no mathematical formula for assessing the manpower requirements of a ship taking into account these Guidelines - while these are very sensible guidelines.....

    Publish date: 19/08/2013

  • HE01260 - INTERACTION DESIGN IN SHIP BUILDING: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE INTEGRATION OF THE USER PERSPECTIVE INTO SHIP BRIDGE DESIGN

    HE01260 - INTERACTION DESIGN IN SHIP BUILDING: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE INTEGRATION OF THE USER PERSPECTIVE INTO SHIP BRIDGE DESIGN

    Issue No - 36 By U. Meck, S. Strohschneider and U. Brüggemann

    This study investigates the involvement of the user in the design process on ship bridges and navigational equipment as seen from the designers' perspective.
    Keywords: user centred design; human centred design; bridge; navigational euipment

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    Publish date: 16/08/2013

  • Editorial (30)

    Editorial (30)

    Issue No - 30 By .

    "Look after your people... and they will look after you". The first point of contact for anyone wanting to go to sea is likely to be a member of the human resources (HR) department; equally, the first point of contact for any seafarer outside the ship is likely to be his/her HR or crewing manager.

    Publish date: 16/08/2013

  • All Aboard! A personal experience

    All Aboard! A personal experience

    Issue No - 30 By Annalie Nuguid Ventura, AVP for Administrative Services, Harbor Star Shipping Services Inc

    Alot of us would surmise that the HR Manager in a shipping company in most cases is a mariner. But, how about a non-mariner?

    Publish date: 13/08/2013

  • Building a trusting relationship with candidates and clients

    Building a trusting relationship with candidates and clients

    Issue No - 30 By Matthew Jaenicke, Managing Director, Viking Recruitment & Chiltern Maritime

    The Recruitment Department at Viking Recruitment is made up of a wide and diverse team who work with our clients and candidates on a daily basis. A large number of the team have previously worked onboard cruise ships, in differing positions, and this is certainly a plus....

    Publish date: 13/08/2013