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.

  • HE00915 - CHANGING ROLE OF SHIP-BROKERS - A study of the impact of modern communication in practical ship-broking

    HE00915 - CHANGING ROLE OF SHIP-BROKERS - A study of the impact of modern communication in practical ship-broking

    By Krishna Prasad

    This paper looks at the role of shipbrokers in the past, the impact of technology on the profession and the changing role of shipbrokers.

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    Publish date: 3/02/2009

  • HE00845 - Developing Standards for Maritime English for Safer Seas

    HE00845 - Developing Standards for Maritime English for Safer Seas

    By Professor Reza Ziarati – General Coordintor, TUDEV Institute of Maritime Studies

    It is acknowledged by all concerned that effective knowledge of English at sea and in ports is a must for all seafarers responsible for safety and security of the ship, its crew and its passengers.

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    Publish date: 2/02/2009

  • HE00790 - Technology and the human element

    HE00790 - Technology and the human element

    By Captain I Kharbanda MNI

    Putting the emphasis on the human element 2013 seafarers and ship managers 2013 is a relatively new departure for the international maritime community.

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    Publish date: 2/02/2009

  • HE00795 - Presentation: Monitoring & Enforcement of the Maritime Labour Convention

    HE00795 - Presentation: Monitoring & Enforcement of the Maritime Labour Convention

    By Scott R. Bergeron Chief Operating Officer, Liberian Registry

    Monitoring & Enforcement of the
    Maritime Labour Convention

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    Publish date: 28/11/2008

  • HE00775 - Quality Personnel - Investment or Cost

    HE00775 - Quality Personnel - Investment or Cost

    By Mr Allan Graveson - Nautilus UK

    Shipping has been in the vanguard of globalisation, with consequent opportunities and threats for both capital and labour.

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    Publish date: 21/11/2008