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

  • HE00685 - Fatigue at sea  - A field study in Swedish shipping

    HE00685 - Fatigue at sea - A field study in Swedish shipping

    By Margareta Lützhöft, Birgitta Thorslund, Albert Kircher, Mats Gillberg

    The purpose of this study was to collect data about the fatigue level of bridge watch keepers to use for revising earlier sleep models, and devise innovative solutions for the shipping industry.

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    Publish date: 10/10/2007

  • HE00720 - The ISM Code versus the STCW Convention. MET efforts - challenges convene?

    HE00720 - The ISM Code versus the STCW Convention. MET efforts - challenges convene?

    By Jan Horck

    The ISM Code and the STCW 95 Convention can without doubt be considered some of the most important IMO instruments that in their content contributes to 'safe, secure and efficient shipping on clean oceans'.

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    Publish date: 8/10/2007

  • HE00690 - Perceptions of Risk in the Maritime Industry: Personal Injury

    HE00690 - Perceptions of Risk in the Maritime Industry: Personal Injury

    By Bailey, N., Ellis, N., Sampson, H.

    This is the second of a series of reports which aims to consider perceptions of risk in relation to ship casualty and personal injury across the maritime industry.

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    Publish date: 1/10/2007

  • HE00715 - What constitutes a human factor?

    HE00715 - What constitutes a human factor?

    By R J Thomson, Principal Adviser Analysis Strategic Liaison Maritime Safety Divison Australian Maritime Safety Authority

    It has consistently been reported in recent years that human factors account for 75-80% of marine accidents.

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    Publish date: 19/09/2007

  • HE00695 - O' God! ; Have Mercy on these Amphibians

    HE00695 - O' God! ; Have Mercy on these Amphibians

    By Captain Shahrokh Khodayari

    When you read a text of biology that explains how the life started at sea or in water and then came to dry land; there are many interesting points in it. We may compare the insolate migration of the sea-creatures to land to what is happening to seafarers these days.

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    Publish date: 1/08/2007