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Changing the Thinking Around Drills

Posted to Murray Goldberg's Blog (by Murray Goldberg) on July 10, 2018

The first thing that comes to the mind of many mariners when they hear “drills” is “compliance”. From engine room fire drills to enclosed space drills, they are critical activities that help ensure one’s crew is prepared to react rapidly, efficiently and effectively in emergency situations.

2018 MarTID Insights Series: A Deep Dive Into the Results

Posted to Murray Goldberg's Blog (by Murray Goldberg) on June 5, 2018

By now you may have already heard about the Maritime Training Insights Database (MarTID) initiative, collaboratively founded by the World Maritime University, New Wave Media and my company, Marine Learning Systems.As a quick summary, MarTID…

Improving Skills Assessment

Posted to Murray Goldberg's Blog (by Murray Goldberg) on April 30, 2018

In safety-critical environments such as the maritime industry, it is of utmost importance that an organization can ensure crew competence. And while there are many factors to an individual’s ability to carry out their job properly (such as their knowledge and behavior)…

Crew Navigation and Safety Training at SeaTrade 2018

Posted to Murray Goldberg's Blog (by Murray Goldberg) on March 27, 2018

Earlier this month I was fortunate to be invited to take part in a panel at the 2018 Seatrade Cruise Global Safety & Security Symposium. The topic being Crew Navigation and Safety Training, I was joined by Captain Bill Anderson (Director of the Pacific Maritime Institute and NSAP…