Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Nautical Institute HE Alert Microsite

Library

Here you can browse through our online database library, containing articles, papers and industry reference material.

  • HE00835 - Employing New Technologies in Marine Accident Investigations at the National Transportation Safety Board

    HE00835 - Employing New Technologies in Marine Accident Investigations at the National Transportation Safety Board

    By Joseph M. Kolly, PhD - Acting Director, Office of Research and Engineering, National Transportation Safety Board

    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.

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    Publish date: 1/05/2008

  • HE01215 - Tanker Officer Training Standard (TOTS) - Frequently Asked 201CTOTS201D Questions

    HE01215 - Tanker Officer Training Standard (TOTS) - Frequently Asked 201CTOTS201D Questions

    By The Nautical Institute et al.

    TOTS (Tanker Officer Training Standards) is intended to provide the tanker industry with a standard that ensures tanker officer competence...

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    Publish date: 3/04/2008

  • HE00825 - Electronic Monitoring and Reporting Comes to the Maritime Industry

    HE00825 - Electronic Monitoring and Reporting Comes to the Maritime Industry

    By Dale Neef

    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.

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    Publish date: 1/04/2008

  • HE00740 - THE HUMAN ELEMENT An introduction

    HE00740 - THE HUMAN ELEMENT An introduction

    By Lloyd’s Register Group

    Although the phrase 'human element' may be fairly new, the effects of people on maritime safety have been with us as long as mankind has sailed the seas.

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    Publish date: 4/02/2008

  • HE00675 - Alarm Management Strategies on Ships Bridges and Railway Control Rooms, A Comparison of Approaches and Solutions

    HE00675 - Alarm Management Strategies on Ships Bridges and Railway Control Rooms, A Comparison of Approaches and Solutions

    By Paul Traub - CCD Design and Ergonomics & Ralph Hudson - BMT Defence Services Limited

    This paper compares and contrasts alarm management approaches from rail and maritime sectors and seeks to distil best practice from both industries for application to robust, usable and pragmatic alarm management for these hazardous environments.

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    Publish date: 1/02/2008