Reading List

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.

Systems Thinking for Safety – Ten Principles – Moving towards Safety-II

Tom Bebbington – Container Losses – 2022

WMU – Safety analysis of OOG cargo stowage and securing on flat rack – Zhendi Mu (2021)

Mersin University-Journal of Maritime Faculty – TRAINING SITUATIONAL AWARENESS AND DECISION MAKING FOR PREVENTING COLLISION AT SEA: A THEORETICAL BACKGROUND (2019)

Decision Making of Maritime Junior Officers : A Phenomenological Study. Doctoral Dissertation – John Sitka III

WMU – The causes and prevention of human error contributing to maritime accidents in Tanzania maritime accidents in Tanzania – Fumbuka (1999)

Maritime Education for a Digital Industry

Applications of Maritime Simulators in Industry and Research

Designing for trustworthiness, training for trust. An overview of trust issues in human autonomy collaboration in maritime context

Programming “The ordinary practice of seamen” into the AI-navigator- friendly and communicative interaction design between autonomous and manned vessels

Cognition, Technology and Work – “Seafarers should be navigating by the stars”: barriers to usability in ship bridge design – DanielsenLützhöft Haavik Johnsen & Porathe (2022)

WMU – Human‑centred risk assessment for a land‑based control interface for an autonomous vessel – Hoem, Veitch, Vasstein (2022)

Journal of Shipping and Trade –  Reducing maritime accidents in ships by tackling human error (2021)

SINTEF – Organisational Accidents and Resilient Organizations-6 Perspectives-Rev 2 (2010)

MIT – Safety III- A – Approach to Safety and Resilience – Leveson (2020)

Academic – An analysis of leadership competencies that are critical in the prevention of high consequence incidents in the maritime industry – Lukes (2017)

Laurea – Complexity, Unpredictability and Maritime Safety – Johanna Salokannel – Master’s Thesis (2018).

WMU – Transport 2040 – Autonomous ships – A new paradigm for Norwegian shipping – Technology and transformation (2019)

Chalmers – The Master’s Perception of Maritime Safety – Master Thesis – Mauritzson

OCIMF – Human Factors Approach – A framework to materially reduce marine risk

Cooper Color Codes – States of Awareness – Givens

Scientific Journal of Maritime Research – Preventing marine accidents caused by technology-induced human error (2017)

NI – Technology and the Human Element (2009)

Vector Solutions – A Guide To Practicing “New Safety” The New View, HOP, Safety Differently, Safety-II, No Safety, Resilience Engineering, and More

USCG – Proceedings – Fall 2021

MCA MGN (520) – HUMAN ELEMENT GUIDANCE – PART 2 The Deadly Dozen – 12 Significant People Factors in Maritime Safety

How reliance on resilient performance ‘hides’ or even contributes to system brittleness – Gitte Furdal Damm| LUND UNIVERSITY

Linkage Q3 2020 (HSSE) – Resilience

CBT – Beyond Midnight Consulting – ONLINE SLEEP AWARENESS & FATIGUE RISK MANAGEMENT TRAINING

Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) – SKYbrary

DNV – Closing the Safety Gap in an Era of Transformation – white paper (2021)

UK P&I – Safety of navigation in confined waters: a practical guide to avoid accidents

Safety learning among young newly employed workers in three sectors: A challenge to the assumed order of things – Safety Science 143 (2021) 

Safety of Work – Ep. 79 How do new employees learn about safety?

Can Situation Awareness Be Measured Physiologically? Endsley (need to purchase)

DESIGN FOR RESILIENT HUMAN-SYSTEM INTERACTION IN AUTONOMY: THE CASE OF A SHORE CONTROL CENTRE FOR UNMANNED SHIPS – Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED21)

MTRB – Human Error in Merchant Marine Safety – June 1976

Normal Accidents-Living With High-Risk Technologies – Perrow

“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

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