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.

  • HE00660 - A Master's solitude

    HE00660 - A Master's solitude

    By Captain Shahrokh Khodayari

    Cultural differences
    Position of authority

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    Publish date: 10/10/2006

  • HE00885 - Collision Scenario-based Cognitive Performance Assessment for Marine Officers

    HE00885 - Collision Scenario-based Cognitive Performance Assessment for Marine Officers

    By H.Kim & H.-J. Kim & S.Hong

    The overall aim of this paper is to determine a fatigue factor that can be applied to human performance data as a part of a software program that calculates total cognitive performance.

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    Publish date: 10/10/2006

  • HE00870 - IMO's work on Human Element issues - Some thoughts

    HE00870 - IMO's work on Human Element issues - Some thoughts

    By Jørgen Rasmussen, Visiting Professor World Maritime University

    You could say that IMO's work on human element issues began formally in 1991 with the creation of the Joint MSC/MEPC Working Group on the role of the human element in maritime casualties, which has later been renamed the Joint Working Group (JWG) on the Human Element.

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    Publish date: 9/10/2006

  • HE00865 - The ILO2019s Maritime Labour Convention, 20061 - Placing the human element at the forefront

    HE00865 - The ILO2019s Maritime Labour Convention, 20061 - Placing the human element at the forefront

    By Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, Director, International Labour Standards Department, International Labour Office, Geneva, Switzerland

    In this first decade of the 21st century the 'human element' has surfaced as a core concern for the maritime industry in relation to implementation of ship safety, security and pollution measures and also, increasingly in connection with the looming global shortage of seafarers.

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    Publish date: 9/10/2006

  • HE00635 - Why ships really collide

    HE00635 - Why ships really collide

    By Captain Michael Lloyd FNI

    The shipping industry, from the mariner's viewpoint, is rather like a set of Chinese boxes.

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    Publish date: 2/10/2006