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.

  • HE00620 - MARITIME ENGLISH VALUING A COMMON LANGUAGE

    HE00620 - MARITIME ENGLISH VALUING A COMMON LANGUAGE

    By Valerie A Short MA, BA Director AustralAsian Maritime Education Services Ltd

    The purpose of this Briefing paper is to explain the value of a common language for communication at sea.

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    Publish date: 2/10/2006

  • HE00670 - Perceptions of Risk in the Maritime Industry: Ship Casualty

    HE00670 - Perceptions of Risk in the Maritime Industry: Ship Casualty

    By Bailey, N., Ellis, N., Sampson, H.

    The aim of this report is to consider perceptions of risk with regard to ship casualty amongst the various occupational groups across the maritime industry.

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    Publish date: 1/08/2006

  • HE00560 - LEGAL ASPECTS OF CREWS & CREWING

    HE00560 - LEGAL ASPECTS OF CREWS & CREWING

    By James Trumble

    From a legal point of view there are two distinct areas where the law is relevant to matters involving crew.

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    Publish date: 3/07/2006

  • HE00645 - Sleep and Circadian Phase in a Ship's Crew

    HE00645 - Sleep and Circadian Phase in a Ship's Crew

    By Josephine Arendt, Benita Middleton, Peter Williams, Gavin Francis, and Claire Luke

    Numerous factors influence the increased health risks of seamen. This study investigated sleep (by actigraphy) and the adaptation of the internal clock in watch-keeping crew compared to day workers, as possible contributory factors.

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    Publish date: 1/06/2006

  • HE00595 - Presentation -  Lessons from Aviation: Twenty Years on the wrong heading dead ahead?

    HE00595 - Presentation - Lessons from Aviation: Twenty Years on the wrong heading dead ahead?

    By Brian Sherwood Jones

    The aviation community is undergoing a reappraisal of progress made in automated cockpits. This gives the shipping community the opportunity to learn from someone else's mistakes and successes.

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    Publish date: 25/05/2006