Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

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Here you can browse through our online database library, containing articles, papers and industry reference material.

  • HE00430 - 'CASTAWAY' or ADAPTATION OF THE SEAFARER TO THE LIFE IN THE SOCIETY AS AN IMPORTANT MOTIVATION

    HE00430 - 'CASTAWAY' or ADAPTATION OF THE SEAFARER TO THE LIFE IN THE SOCIETY AS AN IMPORTANT MOTIVATION

    By Captain Martin A. Bankov

    I was born in a small Eastern European country - Bulgaria. My country is situated on the Black Sea but has no old tradition in seafaring.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00425 - High tech bridge equipment promises increased safety but makes special demands on Shipowners and Port Authorities

    HE00425 - High tech bridge equipment promises increased safety but makes special demands on Shipowners and Port Authorities

    By Nils Nordh

    Utilization of advanced navigational technologies originated in Scandinavian- owned large cruise ferries, operating between Finland and Sweden in the early 1980s.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00385 - To err is human

    HE00385 - To err is human

    By Michael Powell, CHIRP

    It is encouraging to witness the current focus on the 'human element' in shipping.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00370 - The value of sea training

    HE00370 - The value of sea training

    By Commodore Bob Thornton, RFA - Commodore Royal Fleet Auxiliary

    The Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service operates a wide variety of support ships and employs 2300 UK seafarers to deliver afloat support from British registered merchant ships to the Royal Navy and other armed forces.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00350 - The Human Element in shipping

    HE00350 - The Human Element in shipping

    By Commodore David Squire, CBE, FNI Editor Alert!

    In the maritime context, the term human element embraces anything that influences the interaction between a human and any other human or system or machine aboard ship.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013