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The Human Element is mentioned periodically in every safety statistics as it accounts for between 50 to 90 % of accidents at sea, in addition every incident's investigation reports an involvement of the human element at some point in the causal chain.
Publish date: 8/05/2008
There is an ever-increasing amount of information to be managed by the officer of the watch onboard today's ships.Download PDF
Publish date: 7/05/2008
During its investigations, the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board1 uses a range of computational tools to reconstruct accidents and incidents to determine probable cause and formulate recommendations for improvements to transportation safety.Download PDF
Publish date: 1/05/2008
TOTS (Tanker Officer Training Standards) is intended to provide the tanker industry with a standard that ensures tanker officer competence...Download PDF
Publish date: 3/04/2008
Years ago, when I was in pilot training with the Air Force, onc of the key instruments for making young pilots behave sensibly when out alone flying was the g-load meter.Download PDF
Publish date: 1/04/2008