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.

  • HE00410 - A PROPOSAL FOR A JOINT INDUSTRY EFFORT AT IMPROVING BILGE OILY WATER SEPARATOR ABSTRACT OPERATION AND DESIGN

    HE00410 - A PROPOSAL FOR A JOINT INDUSTRY EFFORT AT IMPROVING BILGE OILY WATER SEPARATOR ABSTRACT OPERATION AND DESIGN

    By Hendrik F. Van Hemmen, PE' Fellow, SNAME, member SMPE

    This paper discusses the problems associated with design and operation of Oily Water Separators (OWS) and outlines a proposal for a joint industry effort at arriving at more effective
    and user-friendly designs and operational methods.

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    Publish date: 16/03/2005

  • HE00395 - THE HUMAN-CENTRED DESIGN FORUM

    HE00395 - THE HUMAN-CENTRED DESIGN FORUM

    By Paul Wood Marine, Navigation Consultant - for The Yacht Report

    'Flight crew action or flight crew error is cited in many analyses as the number one contributing factor in accidents worldwide'.

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    Publish date: 1/03/2005

  • HE00485 - IFSMA 31st General Assembly

    HE00485 - IFSMA 31st General Assembly

    By Jon Gray

    "Missing the point - the failure of regulation.

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    Publish date: 1/02/2005

  • HE00415 - HUMAN FACTORS AND REGULATORY REGIME IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF SAFE AND ROBUST SHIPS AND MAINTAINING THEM FOR THEIR LIFETIME

    HE00415 - HUMAN FACTORS AND REGULATORY REGIME IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF SAFE AND ROBUST SHIPS AND MAINTAINING THEM FOR THEIR LIFETIME

    By T Kim, Korean Register of Shipping, Korea

    Construction of safe and robust ships and maintaining them for their operational life is one of the primary themes of discussion in today's maritime safety community.

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    Publish date: 1/02/2005

  • HE00360 - DESIGNING USABLE SHIPS

    HE00360 - DESIGNING USABLE SHIPS

    By J Rasmussen, Danish Maritime Authority, Denmark

    This paper provides an overview of IMO activities relating to the role of the human element in the design, safety and operation of ships with the emphasis on what the naval architect could and should be doing.

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    Publish date: 1/02/2005