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.

  • HE00710 - Non-Fatal Occupational Injuries Related to Slips, Trips and Falls in Seafaring

    HE00710 - Non-Fatal Occupational Injuries Related to Slips, Trips and Falls in Seafaring

    By Olaf C. Jensen, MD, MPH - J.F.L. Sørensen,- and others

    Background Merchant seafaring often involves hazardous occupational operations and several studies have shown increased overall injury mortality.

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    Publish date: 18/10/2005

  • HE00520 Crew Endurance Management Practices - A Guide for Maritime Operations

    HE00520 Crew Endurance Management Practices - A Guide for Maritime Operations

    By United States Coast Guard

    The original Crew Endurance Management Practices: A Guide for Maritime Operations explained the United States Coast Guard's Crew Endurance Management System (CEMS) and the scientific research behind its tools and practices.

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    Publish date: 1/09/2005

  • HE00590 - TWENTY YEARS ON THE WRONG HEADING DEAD AHEAD

    HE00590 - TWENTY YEARS ON THE WRONG HEADING DEAD AHEAD

    By B M Sherwood Jones Process Contracting Limited, UK

    The aviation community is undergoing a reappraisal of progress made in automated cockpits. This gives the shipping community the opportunity to learn from someone else's mistakes and successes.

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    Publish date: 17/08/2005

  • HE00650 - Working with alarms on ships - Presentation

    HE00650 - Working with alarms on ships - Presentation

    By Brian Sherwood Jones

    This paper briefly describes the current state of alarm systems, new developments and future prospects in terms of alarms as an important aid to onboard working.

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    Publish date: 1/07/2005

  • HE00640 - Methods and Means for Analysis of Crew Communication in the Maritime Domain

    HE00640 - Methods and Means for Analysis of Crew Communication in the Maritime Domain

    By Robyn Pyne, Thomas Koester

    This paper describes an analysis of a number of maritime accident reports in which a failure of effective crew communication played a central role in the causal chain.

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    Publish date: 1/06/2005