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.

  • HE00905 - ADVANCING VESSEL QUALITY IN HARD TIMES; A BROADER VISION

    HE00905 - ADVANCING VESSEL QUALITY IN HARD TIMES; A BROADER VISION

    By Clay Maitland

    A discussion of some of the issues involved in improving the safety and environmental performance of the commercial shipping industry.

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    Publish date: 1/12/2009

  • HE00920 - Communication and Human Element in Shipping Commerce - notes from a shipbroker

    HE00920 - Communication and Human Element in Shipping Commerce - notes from a shipbroker

    By KRISHNA PRASAD

    Discussion of the effectiveness and efficacy of communication between the ship and the shore office and the effect of the barrage of emails on the already overworked Master and his crew and how these are affecting stress levels.

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    Publish date: 8/10/2009

  • HE00890 - Can the simulator replace on board training?

    HE00890 - Can the simulator replace on board training?

    By Captain Majid Safahani, IRISL Maritime Training Institute

    In maritime industry a general difference of opinion subsists in discrimination of Education and Training. A review of STCW Code reveals the fact that in many instances it seems to be completely ignored by experts and decision makers.

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    Publish date: 7/10/2009

  • HE00930 - Human Factors in Ship Design: A question of skills - and something more...?

    HE00930 - Human Factors in Ship Design: A question of skills - and something more...?

    By Margareta Lützhöft, Chalmers Technical University, Gothenburg & Erik Styhr Petersen, Lyngsø Marine A/S, Hørsholm, Denmark

    Discussion of the numerous specialised facets and details that must be catered for in an effective, efficient and satisfactory workspace.

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    Publish date: 6/10/2009

  • HE00980 - The Impact of the ISM Code on the Management of Occupational Health and Safety in the Maritime Industry

    HE00980 - The Impact of the ISM Code on the Management of Occupational Health and Safety in the Maritime Industry

    By Syamantak Bhattacharya, School of Social Sciences Cardiff University

    This thesis investigates the impact of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code on the management of occupational health and safety in the global maritime industry.

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    Publish date: 5/10/2009