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.

  • HE00665 - Complacency as Element of Maritime Accidents

    HE00665 - Complacency as Element of Maritime Accidents

    By Capt. Toni Bielić, Ph.D.

    The concept of Complacency as one of the factors leading to maritime casualties is defined and analysed in this paper.

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    Publish date: 1/10/2008

  • HE00755 - DEALING WITH THE CULTURE OF THE MARITIME MANPOWER IN A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE MANNER

    HE00755 - DEALING WITH THE CULTURE OF THE MARITIME MANPOWER IN A SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE MANNER

    By Maria PROGOULAKI

    Concurrently, shipping companies' crucial need for cost cutting is their main motive for recruiting seafarers of various nationalities and formulating multicultural teams on board the ships.

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    Publish date: 10/06/2008

  • HE00765 - Cultural and gender diversities affecting the ship/port interface

    HE00765 - Cultural and gender diversities affecting the ship/port interface

    By Jan Horck, Assistant Professor World Maritime University

    Shipowners are aware that a multicultural crew complement can have a costly ending.

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    Publish date: 19/05/2008

  • HE00840 - Has the ‘global village’ influenced the Safety of our ships?

    HE00840 - Has the ‘global village’ influenced the Safety of our ships?

    By Captain Valerio De Rossi MSc, MNI

    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.

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    Publish date: 8/05/2008

  • HE00830 - Will e-Navigation help the officer of the watch manage information?

    HE00830 - Will e-Navigation help the officer of the watch manage information?

    By Nick Lemon, Australian Maritime Safety Authority

    There is an ever-increasing amount of information to be managed by the officer of the watch onboard today's ships.

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    Publish date: 7/05/2008