So much information, so little time. The following articles and books are on our reading list. Pulled from a wide range of sources, perhaps you might them interesting, as well.
“Do Learning Teams Make RCA Obsolete?” – Bob Latino, Relability Center
“Vessels today are more sophisticated than ever, and the international conventions apparently provide an appropriate standard of safety: however, with bigger, faster and more technical ships are the IMO looking at the future of shipping and are we in need of amendments to Colregs/SOLAS to combat the impacts?” – Paula Barnes, Univ of Essex.
MAIB Safety Digest – 02-2020
HOW A SHIP´S BRIDGE KNOWS ITS POSITION – ECDIS ASSISTED ACCIDENTS FROM A CONTEMPORARY HUMAN FACTORS PERSPECTIVE – Mads Ragnvald Nielsen – Lund University.
An ECDIS Is Not A Paper Chart On A Screen – SWZ Maritime
AMP – Mirach – Grounding-Sinking – March 2011
BSU – MV Bore Bank – Grounding – January 2019
TSB Canada – Ever Summit – Berth-Gantry Crane Allision – January 2019
WMU – A culture of adjustment, evaluating the implementation of the current maritime regulatory framework on rest and work hours – 2020
OCIMF – Recommendations on usage of ECDIS and preventing incidents – November 2020
Transnav – Overview of Definitions of Maritime Safety, Safety at Sea, Navigational Safety and Safety in General – Formela-Neuman-Weintrit
Heinrich’s Local Rationality: Shouldn’t ‘New View’ Thinkers Ask Why Things Made Sense To Him? – Carsten Busch, 2019
Thesis/Project work submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the MSc in Human Factors and System Safety at Lund University
Transnav – The Role of the Master in Improving Safety Culture Onboard Ships – Bielić – Predovan – Čulin
Transnav – Human Factors and Safety Culture in Maritime Safety – Berg