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

  • HE01060 - On Being a Maritime Lecturer

    HE01060 - On Being a Maritime Lecturer

    By Claire Pekcan, Senior Lecturer, Warsash Maritime Academy

    The implications for maritime lecturers of the move from further to higher education, away from acquisition of technical skills to active engagement of students, are assessed.

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    Publish date: 28/11/2011

  • HE01040 - FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE IN BRIDGE AND ENGINE CONTROL ROOM WATCHKEEPING ON A 6 ON / 6 OFF WATCH REGIME

    HE01040 - FATIGUE AND PERFORMANCE IN BRIDGE AND ENGINE CONTROL ROOM WATCHKEEPING ON A 6 ON / 6 OFF WATCH REGIME

    By P Maurier and P Corrignan, M Barnett, D Gatfield, C Pekcan and G Clark, T Akerstedt

    This paper describes the European funded HORIZON research project that seeks to investigate the problem of seafarer reliability, and to deliver measures that will help alleviate the safety hazards caused by fatigue.

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    Publish date: 17/11/2011

  • HE01035 - THE HUMAN ELEMENT COMPETENCY REQUIRED FOR DESIGN APPRAISAL

    HE01035 - THE HUMAN ELEMENT COMPETENCY REQUIRED FOR DESIGN APPRAISAL

    By O Walker, Lloyd’s Register, UK

    The paper discusses the development of internal human element awareness training for surveyors who ensure rule compliance.

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    Publish date: 17/11/2011

  • HE01065 - Competent maritime teaching staff?!

    HE01065 - Competent maritime teaching staff?!

    By Prof. Capt. Stephen Cross, Maritime Institute Willem Barentsz, NHL University

    New initiatives to recruit potential educators and enhance the professional expertise of those wishing to pursue a career in maritime education and training (MET) are discussed.

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    Publish date: 16/11/2011

  • HE01055 - ENHANCING SAFETY PERFORMANCE WITH A LEADING INDICATORS PROGRAM

    HE01055 - ENHANCING SAFETY PERFORMANCE WITH A LEADING INDICATORS PROGRAM

    By C M Tomlinson, ABS, UK - B N Craig, Lamar University, USA - M J Meehan, AP Moller-Maersk, Denmark

    This paper presents the results of research undertaken by ABS and Lamar University with support from AP Moller- Maersk. It summarizes the development of the safety culture and leading indicators initiative by ABS and details a method for the development of leading indicator programs.

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    Publish date: 16/11/2011