HUMAN RESOURCES AND CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
|Author(s)||Adam Weintrit, Tomasz Neumann|
|D O W N L O A D|
The authors of the present publication have divided it into seven parts addressing crew resource management itself, human factors involved, providing information on the IMO STCW Convention, maritime training and education, problem of piracy, health issues, and maritime ecology.
The first part covers the management of the crew resources, describes the importance of the human factors involved and proper bridge resource management in decreasing the number of marine casualties, as well as all other related issues.
The 2nd part of this book is fully dedicated to the human factor, while the 3rd part covers whatever is relating to the STCW Convention, namely importance and needs of the studies for maritime navigators, implementation of the subject Convention, new applicable standards of competence for officers, assessment components etc.
The next part is mainly focusing on maritime training and provides valuable relevant info on improving the quality of such training and education, describes relationship between students' approaches to training and motives of choosing the maritime professions, etc. The part of the publication touching the piracy problem describes Somali piracy, describes various safety measures and preventive actions as well as technological advances and efforts that are made in order to reduce the piracy...
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