Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite
Mind, body and spirit
Issue
4
Mind, body and spirit

Ships need good, qualified, motivated people to operate well.

Jul 2004

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  • Inside this issue:

    Inside this issue:

    Editorial

    * MET Providers take the Initiative
    * Maritime Resource Management
    * Crew Endurance Management: Extending Beyond Fatigue
    * Seafarers + Spirit
    * 7 needs of the mariner
    * Joined up maritime health
    * Communication - towards Emotional Intelligence
    * Seafarers’ wellbeing - an holistic approach

  • Garbage In, Garbage Out.....

    Garbage In, Garbage Out.....

    Editorial

    People are important and ships need good, qualified, and motivated people to operate well. The use of technology has been introduced into many aspects of ship operation and design in recent years in order to reduce manning levels and costs, and improve operations.

  • Crew Endurance Management: Extending Beyond Fatigue

    Crew Endurance Management: Extending Beyond Fatigue

    The Human Element and Ship Division, United States Coast Guard 3

    Normal maritime operations expose crew members to a variety of operational risk factors, which, left unmanaged, can degrade crew endurance, and thereby both performance and safety levels.

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People: mind, body & spirit

The 7 needs of the mariner

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