Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

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  • HE00175 - Critical Importance of Continuing/Recurrent Human Factors Training

    HE00175 - Critical Importance of Continuing/Recurrent Human Factors Training

    By Capt. Lawrence W. Reimer Jr. Master Mariner Marine Consultant MNI

    It is now well established that the purpose of Bridge Resource Management (BRM) training is to reduce Human Factor incidents and accidents which make up some 75-85% of the incidents and accidents that happen in our industry.

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    Publish date: 9/09/2001

  • HE00190 - HUMAN FACTORS AND SAFETY AT SEA

    HE00190 - HUMAN FACTORS AND SAFETY AT SEA

    By Allan Graveson Senior National Secretary National Union of Marine Aviation and Shipping Transport (NUMAST)

    HUMAN FACTORS AND SAFETY AT SEA
    A paper presented at the Safety & the seafarer conference, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, UK 23/24 March 2004

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    Publish date: 24/03/2001

  • HE00125 - A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO INTEGRATING THE HUMAN ELEMENT INTO MARINE ENGINEERING SYSTEMS

    HE00125 - A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO INTEGRATING THE HUMAN ELEMENT INTO MARINE ENGINEERING SYSTEMS

    By RV Pomeroy and C M Tomlinson Lloyd's Register of Shipping, London, UK

    Certain human element issues are not amenable to the traditional approach used in presenting Class Rules. This paper examines hybrid technical-human systems where human performance is not external but integral.

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    Publish date: 29/09/2000

  • HE00545 - How Complex Systems Fail

    HE00545 - How Complex Systems Fail

    By Richard I. Cook, MD

    Being a Short Treatise on the Nature of Failure

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    Publish date: 4/01/2000

  • HE00450 - Conceptual Standard for SCC Design (including HMI)

    HE00450 - Conceptual Standard for SCC Design (including HMI)

    By ATOMOS II

    This standard is developed with the purpose of enhancing the operational effectiveness and commercial efficiency of waterborne transport through improved design of the ship control centre.

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    Publish date: 3/12/1998