Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

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Engineers and HE
Issue
27
Engineers and HE

The engineer's role in addressing the human element

Sep 2011

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  • Editorial (27)

    Editorial (27)

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    In ensuring the safe conduct of the ship and the safe and timely delivery of its cargo the technical operation of a ship is as important as its navigation.

  • The human elements are what they are, and they are what make us human

    The human elements are what they are, and they are what make us human

    Brady Hogg, Curriculum Leader, Marine Engineering & John Leyland, Lecturer in Management Fleetwood Nautical Campus

    The human element is a generic term to describe what makes humans behave the way they do and the consequences that result. As a subject it is of great importance to everyone in the maritime industry because we all rely on the contributions of each other to succeed in our business.

  • Decisions, decisions…

    Decisions, decisions…

    Mark Wharton, Chief Engineer

    An essential skill for anyone in a position of responsibility at sea is the ability to make decisions based on information presented to them.

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