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.

  • HE00930 - Human Factors in Ship Design: A question of skills - and something more...?

    HE00930 - Human Factors in Ship Design: A question of skills - and something more...?

    By Margareta Lützhöft, Chalmers Technical University, Gothenburg & Erik Styhr Petersen, Lyngsø Marine A/S, Hørsholm, Denmark

    Discussion of the numerous specialised facets and details that must be catered for in an effective, efficient and satisfactory workspace.

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    Publish date: 6/10/2009

  • HE00980 - The Impact of the ISM Code on the Management of Occupational Health and Safety in the Maritime Industry

    HE00980 - The Impact of the ISM Code on the Management of Occupational Health and Safety in the Maritime Industry

    By Syamantak Bhattacharya, School of Social Sciences Cardiff University

    This thesis investigates the impact of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code on the management of occupational health and safety in the global maritime industry.

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    Publish date: 5/10/2009

  • HE00910 - HUMAN ERRORS AND NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS

    HE00910 - HUMAN ERRORS AND NON-TECHNICAL SKILLS

    By Captain Majid Safahani, IRISL Maritime Training Institute

    Examination of the meaning of the term human error, what may cause it and the importance of improving non-technical skills.

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    Publish date: 1/10/2009

  • Bridge team command and control Managing the navigational plan

    Bridge team command and control Managing the navigational plan

    Issue No - 21 By Morgan Turrell, Vice President, Marine Investigation Programs, Princess Cruises

    In Princess Cruises we have adopted the concept of the pilot/co-pilot model used in aviation, which establishes Navigator, Co-Navigator, Operations Director and Administrator roles within the bridge team. Simplified and specialized task checklists were developed to recognize these changes.

    Publish date: 1/09/2009

  • Making information work

    Making information work

    Issue No - 21 By Patrick E Slesinger, Wallem Innovative Solutions Limited

    A radar screen is a good example of making a lot of information understandable. The screen has different indicators to tell a Master what he or she needs to know - what ships are nearby, how far away they are, and the vector to tell them where they’re heading.....

    Publish date: 1/09/2009