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  • HE01145 - Enclosed Space Equipment

    HE01145 - Enclosed Space Equipment

    By Adam Allan C. Mgr, MBA, MCIM Eng Techbb General Manager, Mines Rescue Marine; Captain Michael Lloyd MNM, FNI Marine Adviser

    A discussion of the equipment necessary for the safe entry into and rescue from enclosed spaces.

    Publish date: 10/09/2012

  • HE01165 - Extract from the International Safety Management Code - IMO Resolution A.741(18) as amended by MSC.104(73), MSC.179(79), MSC.195(80) and MSC.273(85) - Article 6

    HE01165 - Extract from the International Safety Management Code - IMO Resolution A.741(18) as amended by MSC.104(73), MSC.179(79), MSC.195(80) and MSC.273(85) - Article 6

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    IMO Resolution A.741(18) as amended by MSC.104(73), MSC.179(79), MSC.195(80) and MSC.273(85)

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    Publish date: 10/09/2012

  • HE01150 - Does eLearning Work? It's Time to Put This Question Behind Us

    HE01150 - Does eLearning Work? It's Time to Put This Question Behind Us

    By Murray Goldberg

    This article presents evidence that elearning can indeed work within the maritime industry, in order to focus on the really important training questions.

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    Publish date: 4/09/2012

  • HE01205 - GAMING MEETS TRAINING - THE 'TEAMSAFETY' PROJECT

    HE01205 - GAMING MEETS TRAINING - THE 'TEAMSAFETY' PROJECT

    By Steven Gosling MNI Training & Quality Manager, The Nautical Institute

    The positive effects on learning and behaviour realised through simulation and gaming continue to prompt the education sector to explore new ways of blending their learning methodologies.

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    Publish date: 21/03/2012

  • HE01110 - Familiarization on Board

    HE01110 - Familiarization on Board

    By Captain Shahrokh Khodayari

    In many accident investigation findings it is quite common to see "Lack of Familiarization" as one of the root causes of the accident.

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    Publish date: 1/02/2012