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  • HE00375 - CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY - PROJECT REPORT NO. 2004-1535

    HE00375 - CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY - PROJECT REPORT NO. 2004-1535

    By DET NORSKE VERITAS

    To look into how new notions of responsibility present themselves in the shipping industry and how CSR can be integrated more in shipping companies' operations a joint research project was formed in 2003...

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    Publish date: 1/12/2004

  • HE00195 - Over the limit? Current issues in ship manoeuvring

    HE00195 - Over the limit? Current issues in ship manoeuvring

    By George Lang FNI

    In the course of the latter half of the last century, seagoing vessels have become considerably larger. Whereas before there was a general slow incremental increase in ship size parameters, we are now seeing larger leaps in sizes of ships.

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    Publish date: 1/11/2004

  • HE00335 - The Master's Leadership Role in the Safety Culture - A Training Need

    HE00335 - The Master's Leadership Role in the Safety Culture - A Training Need

    By Philip Wake, MSc FNI Chief Executive The Nautical Institute

    I doubt that anyone would seriously doubt that the master of a merchant ship has a primary leadership role aboard his ship.

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    Publish date: 26/10/2004

  • HE00185 - MET: What is wrong? What to do?

    HE00185 - MET: What is wrong? What to do?

    By Rod Short, Executive Secretary, AMETIAP

    AMETIAP Seminar
    MET: What is wrong? What to do?

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    Publish date: 25/10/2004

  • HE00895 - A mutual insurer's view of the human element

    HE00895 - A mutual insurer's view of the human element

    By Karl Lumbers, Loss Prevention Director, UK P&I Club

    Mutual insurance is insurance at cost. Owned by its assureds, and designed not to make a profit, the cost of mutual insurance to its members is directly linked to its claims.

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    Publish date: 12/10/2004