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  • HE00240 - A Research Agenda in Maritime Crew Resource Management

    HE00240 - A Research Agenda in Maritime Crew Resource Management

    By Michael Barnett, PhD; David Gatfield, MSc; Claire Pekcan, MSc

    This paper opens with a brief introduction to the development of Crew Resource Management (CRM) training in the international shipping industry, a concept that was first advanced through the use of simulators in maritime training colleges over 25 years ago.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00215 - Some Thoughts on AIS

    HE00215 - Some Thoughts on AIS

    By Per Setterberg, 2nd Officer

    We are just getting our AIS transponder installed on the ship of which I am a second officer. What a waste of money! To me, this piece of equipment only symbolises how detached regulators are from reality.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00210 - Some Thoughts on the Human Element in Shipping

    HE00210 - Some Thoughts on the Human Element in Shipping

    By Captain J. Arne Sandevärn, AFRIN, MemIMLA

    As we all know accidents at sea are caused on average 80% by the so called human factor and only 20 % by technical failures. Nevertheless most of the thinking and the money used for safety-at-sea matters seems to be spent on technical solutions.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • HE00205 - Improving the awareness of the Human Element in the Maritime Industry

    HE00205 - Improving the awareness of the Human Element in the Maritime Industry

    By Nick Warren, FIMarEST

    I would like first to applaud The Nautical Institute and Lloyd2019s Register for this campaign.
    I joined BP Tanker Company as a cadet in 1972 and sailed with them on tankers and North Sea support vessels, from cadet to second engineer until they flagged out in 1984.

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    Publish date: 23/09/2013

  • Editorial (33)

    Editorial (33)

    Issue No - 33 By .

    "The chief mate, as well as others who overheard the radio communication, did not understand that the situation was critical."

    Publish date: 21/09/2013