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

  • HE00740 - THE HUMAN ELEMENT An introduction

    HE00740 - THE HUMAN ELEMENT An introduction

    By Lloyd’s Register Group

    Although the phrase 'human element' may be fairly new, the effects of people on maritime safety have been with us as long as mankind has sailed the seas.

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    Publish date: 4/02/2008

  • HE00675 - Alarm Management Strategies on Ships Bridges and Railway Control Rooms, A Comparison of Approaches and Solutions

    HE00675 - Alarm Management Strategies on Ships Bridges and Railway Control Rooms, A Comparison of Approaches and Solutions

    By Paul Traub - CCD Design and Ergonomics & Ralph Hudson - BMT Defence Services Limited

    This paper compares and contrasts alarm management approaches from rail and maritime sectors and seeks to distil best practice from both industries for application to robust, usable and pragmatic alarm management for these hazardous environments.

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    Publish date: 1/02/2008

  • HE00750 - HIGH SPEED CRAFT HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING DESIGN GUIDE

    HE00750 - HIGH SPEED CRAFT HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING DESIGN GUIDE

    By Trevor Dobbins, Ian Rowley and Lorne Campbell

    This Guide is sponsored by the UK MOD Defence Equipment & Support Agency (DE&S); Directorate of Sea Systems1 and supported by the ABCD Working Group.

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    Publish date: 31/01/2008

  • HE00730 - A Mariner's guide on Human Element Issues

    HE00730 - A Mariner's guide on Human Element Issues

    By Captain Shahrokh Khodayari

    A collection of essays written for human element bulletins or research centres

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    Publish date: 17/12/2007

  • Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

    Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

    Issue No - 34 By Carsten Gydahl-Jensen, Occupational Health Consultant SEAHEALTH - www.seahealth.dk

    High levels of noise can ruin your hearing if you are exposed to it for a long time. Constant low level noise and vibration can also have a major impact on your working life because it means poorer quality sleep, lack of rest and stress.

    Publish date: 11/12/2007