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  • HE00150 - Practising What We Preach

    HE00150 - Practising What We Preach

    By Hazel Courteney UK CAA

    Human Factors (HF) has become a well established discipline in the aerospace industry, and most organisations publicly espouse concepts such as 'human centred design' and the use of technology to support the pilots task.

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    Publish date: 2/09/2002

  • HE00070 - SOLAS Regulation V/15 1 SHORT FORM TEMPLATE FOR MINOR CHANGE

    HE00070 - SOLAS Regulation V/15 1 SHORT FORM TEMPLATE FOR MINOR CHANGE

    By SOLAS

    This document illustrates how the template may be applied to a change that is relatively minor, e.g. the introduction of a new item of equipment, a minor change to ship operations or a limited change to manning.

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    Publish date: 9/06/2002

  • HE00330 - CSR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - REPORT NO. 2002-1072

    HE00330 - CSR MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - REPORT NO. 2002-1072

    By DET NORSKE VERITAS & VESTLANDSFORSKNING

    This report aims at contributing to the development of CSR from the theoretical to a more practical level. It looks into how companies can work to ensure that they fulfil their social, environmental and economical responsibilities.

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    Publish date: 3/06/2002

  • HE00065 - Presentation: HARMONISATION AND STANDARDISATION OF NAVIGATION SYSTEMS

    HE00065 - Presentation: HARMONISATION AND STANDARDISATION OF NAVIGATION SYSTEMS

    By KIM FISHER MCA UK

    26 Resolutions for navigation equipment and systems carriage requirements to comply with performance standards

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    Publish date: 1/12/2001

  • HE00180 - AIS as a tool for Safety of Navigation and Security - Improvement or not? FFFC

    HE00180 - AIS as a tool for Safety of Navigation and Security - Improvement or not? FFFC

    By Hans Ramsvik - Nautical Surveyor

    The introduction of AIS (Automatic Identification System) surely has a potential for aiding the navigators onboard ships, and will in the future play an important role in safety of navigation. BUT, navigators should be informed about the limitations in the system.

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    Publish date: 1/12/2001