Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite


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

  • Managing fatigue

    Managing fatigue

    Issue No - 6 By Dr. William Moore Vice President, Loss Prevention and Technical Services Shipowners Claims Bureau, USA

    Fatigue has long been a challenge for seafarers and a concern for shipowners as a key contributor to human errors that lead to injury, loss of life and property and marine casualties. As a result, the American P&I Club has taken a proactive approach to articulating the risks of fatigue.

    Publish date: 10/09/2013

  • Welcome to the first edition of Alert!

    Welcome to the first edition of Alert!

    Issue No - 1 By Captain Robbie Middleton, FNI - President of the Nautical Institute

    The start of a campaign to raise the awareness of Human Element issues as they apply to the commercial maritime industry. This campaign is a 3 year project run by The Nautical Institute and sponsored by Lloyd’s Register.

    Publish date: 9/09/2013

  • Building the company culture

    Building the company culture

    Issue No - 5 By Captain Pradeep Chawla, FNI Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Ltd

    Creating a good company culture goes beyond compliance with regulations. It goes well beyond looking for the last dollar in profits. It requires a company vision of keeping the goals of each individual at a higher priority than the sole pursuit of profits.

    Publish date: 9/09/2013

  • ‘Too much paperwork’ is the cry of many mariners today.

    ‘Too much paperwork’ is the cry of many mariners today.

    Issue No - 2 By Editorial

    This has been brought about, seemingly, by the requirements of the ISM Code, Port State Inspections, vetting inspections and port entry and ship/shore safety checks.....

    Publish date: 9/09/2013

  • A roller-coaster ride

    A roller-coaster ride

    Issue No - 9 By Third Officer Kathy Baylis

    Passing the OOW oral examination in June 2004 was the culmination of three years intensive classroom study and 12 months practical experience at sea. The last year serving as third officer with a quality container ship operator has been a roller-coaster ride!

    Publish date: 9/09/2013