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Tag: The Nautical Institute

RightShip, NI to develop an ISGOTT equivalent for the dry bulk sector

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RightShip and The Nautical Institute are now partnering with a number of industry peak bodies in the preparation and peer review of a proposed guide which will feature best practices to raise standards in the marine solid bulk cargo sector. RightShip notes that currently there is no ISGOTT equivalent in the solid bulk cargo sector and believes that this initiative will have a direct and positive influence on safety.

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New educational resource on human element launched

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Lloyd’s Register Foundation and The Nautical Institute have joined forces to produce a special limited edition bound set of all 40 issues of the Alert! human element bulletin, a global educational resource on the human element. From the beginning the project has “raised awareness” of maritime professionals across the industry to human element issues.

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NI spreads the mentoring message

Navigating a ship is a complex task that takes years of training, but more importantly years of experience, notes The Nautical Institute in its latest issue of 'The Navigator' and calls for spreading the mentoring message. Mentoring at sea doesn’t just improve safety and commercial services; it can reduce social isolation, help overcome language and cultural barriers and generally improve working and living environment onboard.

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Learning programme launched for ship masters

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The Nautical Institute launched a flagship distance learning programme, the Command Diploma Scheme, in Singapore. At the core of the scheme, are the subjects identified by masters as areas of concern, such as onboard leadership and management, navigation and shiphandling, ship’s commercial business and coping with emergencies.

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Hydrodynamic interactions while berthing

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Latest MARS report from the Nautical Institute has been released. One of the incidents contained in this report is referring to hydrodynamic interaction between two passenger vessels caused by the underway passenger vessel passing at a very close lateral distance of 30 metres at a speed of more than 6kt.

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