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ANAND VARDHAN TIWARY
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<div class="cStream-Attachment-inner-custom"><div><div style="float:left; width: 130px;margin-right: 12px;float: left;color: transparent;"><a href="/www.theweek.in/content/dam/week/news/india/images/2019/1/23/…; target="_blank"><img src=www.theweek.in/content/dam/week/news/india/images/2019/1/23/… style="width: 200px;height: auto;" /></div><div style="width: 75%;float: left;"><div style="font-weight: bold;font-size: 18px;margin: 0 auto 2px auto;"><a href="/www.theweek.in/news/india/2019/01/23/…; title="www.theweek.in/news/india/2019/01/23/…; target="_blank">6 Indian sailors killed, 6 missing in Kerch strait ship accident</div><div style="margin: 0 auto 8px auto;">Two fuel ships carrying Indian and Turkish crew members caught fire in Kerch Strait</div></div></div></div>

The human element is a generic term to describe what makes humans behave the way they do and the consequences that result. As a subject, it is of great importance to everyone in the maritime industry because we all rely on the contributions of each other to succeed in our business. Understanding how and why people do things and developing the skill of correct interpretation is a key element in the learning process of a ship’s Engineering Officer. 

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Against the backdrop of recent safety performance, this blog considers the management of risks as technology changes, alongside the influence of people, aging as part of complex maritime transport systems.

Tagged in: Competent safety
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The English word Complacency means, too much self-confidence or egoistic pleasure. Some authors (e.g. Fahlgren) translate the word by the consecutive form of its basic meaning as lack of motivation, lack of discipline, lack of concentration, or feeling that somebody and/or something else will take care of the problems on the board.

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Working unusual hours, or some form of shift work, have been necessary to meet a part of many business expectations around the world for a long time.

Tagged in: work
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In the course of the latter half of the last century, seagoing vessels have become considerably larger. Whereas before there was a general slow incremental increase in ship size parameters, we are now seeing larger leaps in sizes of ships. Many ports have stayed the same size but are more congested; the channels and straits used on passage are more often than not the same. 

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