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.

  • HE01050 - PERFORMANCE OF SEAFARERS DURING EXTENDED SIMULATION RUNS

    HE01050 - PERFORMANCE OF SEAFARERS DURING EXTENDED SIMULATION RUNS

    By A Kircher and M Lützhöft, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

    The scope of the paper is to analyse how different measures can be used to describe navigation performance, and the relationship between these in different collision situations.

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    Publish date: 16/11/2011

  • HE01020 - Self Awareness, a powerful people skill

    HE01020 - Self Awareness, a powerful people skill

    By Anon

    An examination of self awareness, which is probably one of the most underrated, under-practiced and un-developed skills of Crew Resource Management (CRM) and bridge resource management (BRM).

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    Publish date: 10/10/2011

  • HE01030 - Communication breakdown: Shipmasters are inundated with emails from shore every day and it's driving them insane

    HE01030 - Communication breakdown: Shipmasters are inundated with emails from shore every day and it's driving them insane

    By Michael Grey

    The onboard effects of the ease of present day communications between ship and shore are discussed.

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    Publish date: 10/08/2011

  • HE01025 - The State of the Industry, Today - Monday, March 21, 2011

    HE01025 - The State of the Industry, Today - Monday, March 21, 2011

    By Alastair Evitt - Managing Director Meridian Marine Management Limited

    Discussion of recruitment and retention in relation to crew quality.

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    Publish date: 7/03/2011

  • HE01015 - COLLABORATIVE LEARNING FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF SHIPBOARD ENGINEERS

    HE01015 - COLLABORATIVE LEARNING FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF SHIPBOARD ENGINEERS

    By RAJENDRA PRASAD, MICHAEL BALDAUF, TAKESHI NAKAZAWA

    This study identifies factors that have implications on shipboard safety vis-a-vis marine engineers' initial and continual learning. Through experimental research it confirms the positive impact of collaborative learning.

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    Publish date: 3/03/2011