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.

  • Cracking the Code

    Cracking the Code

    Issue No - 2 By Dr Phil Anderson

    The Nautical Institute’s latest publication Cracking the Code is the result of some 2 year’s research into the effectiveness of the International Safety Management Code (ISM Code). The Code represents the cornerstone of the International Maritime Organization’s approach towards a safety culture...

    Publish date: 2/01/2004

  • A Classification Society’s View of Human Element Issues

    A Classification Society’s View of Human Element Issues

    Issue No - 2 By James C. Card Senior Vice President, Technology ABS

    Since the 18th century, Classification Societies have served the public interest, as well as the needs of clients, by promoting the security of life, property, and the natural environment. This has been accomplished....

    Publish date: 2/01/2004

  • HE00235 - An Incident-free working environment: an achievable goal or an improbable dream? The human factor.

    HE00235 - An Incident-free working environment: an achievable goal or an improbable dream? The human factor.

    By Valerio De Rossi v.derossi@dpoperator.com

    I have recently carried out a work based research project for my Master2019s Degree, more precisely it was a research in the offshore drilling industry, carried out on board a Dynamic Positioned Drilling Ship working off the coast of Brazil with a multinational crew.

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    Publish date: 1/01/2004

  • HE00225 - Artificial Intelligence in Marine Diagnostic Applications

    HE00225 - Artificial Intelligence in Marine Diagnostic Applications

    By Thomas Ask Principal, Ask and Associates

    In the late 19802019s I was called to a container ship that was having ongoing problems with starting their generators. After investigating the problem, I found that the root cause of the problem was that the engine2019s air starter vanes were breaking because the lubricators in the compressed air l

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    Publish date: 1/01/2004

  • HE00220 - The Team-Based Operation of Safety-Critical Programmable Systems in US Commercial Aviation and the UK Maritime Industries

    HE00220 - The Team-Based Operation of Safety-Critical Programmable Systems in US Commercial Aviation and the UK Maritime Industries

    By Chris Johnson, Dept. of Computing Science, University of Glasgow

    This paper analyzes a range of incidents involving team-based interaction with safety-critical programmable systems.

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    Publish date: 1/01/2004