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A good surveyor
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28
A good surveyor

Integrity, professionalism and transparency

Jan 2012

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    In many respects, the surveyor/ inspector is the epitome of what the human element is all about, because he/she is one of the few whose role it is to interact directly with other humans, primarily the seafarers. The surveyor therefore needs to possess many human element attributes plus.

  • The need for human element competence among Classification Society Surveyors

    The need for human element competence among Classification Society Surveyors

    Olivia Walker, Curriculum Leader, Senior Specialist – Human Element, Lloyd’s Register

    One way for the human element to make an impact on a large scale is through the inclusion of ergonomic design requirements in Classification Rules and Regulations. Class provides a means, with corresponding verification, to make far-reaching ergonomic improvements.

  • Winners and losers  an oft mentioned perception

    Winners and losers an oft mentioned perception

    Captain Andy Glass, Manager, Assessment & Inspection, BP Shipping Ltd

    This article considers how the human element relates to my role running the Assessment and Inspection department in BP Shipping. The department is responsible for approximately 3,500 bespoke pieces of assessment a year, largely SIRE ship inspections.

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