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Friday, September 25, 2020

Preventing Accidents due to Human Errors thru Ergonomic design

Posted to Preventing Accidents due to Human Errors thru Ergonomic design (by Joseph Fonseca) on August 13, 2012

Regulations and systems have not achieved the desired effects in averting marine accidents which are a result of human errors and account for 80 per cent of those occurring worldwide. The implementation of the International Safety Management…

Quantum 2

Posted to Marine Propulsion Report (by Keith Henderson) on April 20, 2010

The DNV Quantum report also considers many propulsion aspects that were not covered in our previous Quantum report, therefore we call this one Quantum 2. Conventional container ship designs usually go for maximum hull speed requiring highest practicable engine power.

MA International Maritime Policy

Posted to Postgraduate Maritime Studies - London (by Suzanne Bowles) on February 16, 2010

Marine Pollution, World Trade, Environment, Defence, Fisheries, Security, Seafaring, Piracy, International Organisations, Public Shipping Law, Technology, Globalisation, Labour, Trade Unions, Stakeholders, Oil, Interest Groups.