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  • HE00060 - USING ELECTRONIC CHARTS IN COMMERCIAL SHIPPING Hamburg Congress Centre April 8-9 2003

    HE00060 - USING ELECTRONIC CHARTS IN COMMERCIAL SHIPPING Hamburg Congress Centre April 8-9 2003

    By KIM FISHER, MCA UK

    Presentation on THE FUTURE OF NAVIGATION DISPLAYS

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    Publish date: 8/04/2003

  • HE00340 - The Role of Professional Associations in Shipping

    HE00340 - The Role of Professional Associations in Shipping

    By C. Julian Parker - The Nautical Institute

    This article is in three parts: the historical development of qualifying associations; the role of maritime institutions; the future for maritime professional associations in the context of international shipping.

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    Publish date: 1/03/2003

  • HE00295 - Speech Prepared for, and Presented to, the New Zealand Maritime Lawyers Association of Australia and New Zealand (MLAANZ) in March 2003 at Wairakei New Zealand.

    HE00295 - Speech Prepared for, and Presented to, the New Zealand Maritime Lawyers Association of Australia and New Zealand (MLAANZ) in March 2003 at Wairakei New Zealand.

    By Unknown

    I have been asked to speak on the whys and wherefores of groundings from a pilot's perspective.

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    Publish date: 1/03/2003

  • HE00265 - CREW ENDURANCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES A Guide for Maritime Operations

    HE00265 - CREW ENDURANCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES A Guide for Maritime Operations

    By U. S. Coast Guard Research and Development Center

    Normal maritime operations expose crewmembers to a variety of operational risk factors, such as irregular work periods, temperature extremes, heavy workloads, and extended separations from family members.

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    Publish date: 1/01/2003

  • HE00055 - Managing the Human Element in Modern Ship Design and Operation

    HE00055 - Managing the Human Element in Modern Ship Design and Operation

    By R V Pomeroy and B M Sherwood Jones Lloyd's Register of Shipping, London, UK

    The design and operation of ships has evolved and continues to develop, due to structural change in the industry and as a consequence of the introduction of new technologies and changes in manning.

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    Publish date: 1/10/2002