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.

  • HE01395 - Human-Centred Development - Putting the principles into practice

    HE01395 - Human-Centred Development - Putting the principles into practice

    By Lloyd's Register

    A short guide to considering human-system issues in the acquisition or development of new or revised procedures, training, equipment and software. It describes the four activities through which information about people is collected and used in design, and how a product is evaluated.

    Download PDF

    Publish date: 1/02/2008

  • HE00750 - HIGH SPEED CRAFT HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING DESIGN GUIDE

    HE00750 - HIGH SPEED CRAFT HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING DESIGN GUIDE

    By Trevor Dobbins, Ian Rowley and Lorne Campbell

    This Guide is sponsored by the UK MOD Defence Equipment & Support Agency (DE&S); Directorate of Sea Systems1 and supported by the ABCD Working Group.

    Download PDF

    Publish date: 31/01/2008

  • HE00730 - A Mariner's guide on Human Element Issues

    HE00730 - A Mariner's guide on Human Element Issues

    By Captain Shahrokh Khodayari

    A collection of essays written for human element bulletins or research centres

    Download PDF

    Publish date: 17/12/2007

  • Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

    Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

    Issue No - 34 By Carsten Gydahl-Jensen, Occupational Health Consultant ´┐╝SEAHEALTH - www.seahealth.dk

    High levels of noise can ruin your hearing if you are exposed to it for a long time. Constant low level noise and vibration can also have a major impact on your working life because it means poorer quality sleep, lack of rest and stress.

    Publish date: 11/12/2007

  • HE00705 - Where do WE go From Here!

    HE00705 - Where do WE go From Here!

    By Captain S.W. Bowles FNI, MRIN

    After a recent Nautical Institute Branch meeting I sat down to try and put words to a general feeling that our industry is on a dangerous course.

    Download PDF

    Publish date: 3/12/2007