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  • HE00080 - ATOMOS IV Regulation 15 Template – Short Form for minor change

    HE00080 - ATOMOS IV Regulation 15 Template – Short Form for minor change

    By IMO

    This document illustrates how the template may be applied to a change that is relatively minor, e.g. the introduction of a new item of equipment, a minor change to ship operations or a limited change to manning.

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    Publish date: 12/10/2003

  • HE00075 - ATOMOS IV Regulation 15 Template – Pocket Card

    HE00075 - ATOMOS IV Regulation 15 Template – Pocket Card

    By IMO

    SOLAS V 2002 Regulation 15

    1 POCKET CARD FOR DAY TO DAY DECISIONS
    This document presents a proposed performance aid ("pocket card") for use by Masters with extended BRM training (i.e. including a module on automation awareness and training on responsibilities as regards Regulation 15).

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    Publish date: 12/10/2003

  • HE00155 - Assessing error tolerance in flight management systems

    HE00155 - Assessing error tolerance in flight management systems

    By Hazel Courteney CAA (UK) Safety Regulation Group

    Flight Management Systems (FMS) have been criticised for being too complex, and vulnerable to crew error. However, there have been little operational data available. This paper summarises results from a new study, recording FMS related events in service.

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    Publish date: 12/10/2003

  • HE00420 - Critical Significance of Human Factors in Ship Design

    HE00420 - Critical Significance of Human Factors in Ship Design

    By Thomas G. Dobie, M.D., Ph.D., FRAeS

    There is a critical need for a human factors input whenever technology and people interact.

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    Publish date: 10/10/2003

  • Just waiting to happen ... The work of the UK P&I Club

    Just waiting to happen ... The work of the UK P&I Club

    Issue No - 1 By Editorial

    Human error costs the maritime industry $541m a year, according to the UK P&I Club. From their own analysis of 6091 major claims (over $100,000) spanning a period of 15 years, the Club has established that these claims have cost their members $2.6bn, 62% of which is attributable to human error.

    Publish date: 1/10/2003