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Full Text Available In parallel with the increase in the volume of world trade, cargo handling rates and seafarers' pace of work has increased. Although the STCW regulations and restrictions on working hours has improved, this tempo has brought with it insufficient resting hours, especially in short sea transport. It is known that individuals under stress and intensive workloads are more prone to making mistakes due to fatigue. In this study, the officers’ working hours are simulated in full-mission simulator at short sea transport to investigate errors made during the navigation and port watches. For this purpose, the data were obtained from 7 volunteers watchkeeping officers with the help of video monitoring and check lists in the full-bridge simulator system and also, system records in cargo handling simulator. With this study, introduced what types of errors made during navigation and port watches by watchkeeping officers under the intense pace of work. And the errors are evaluated under the legislation of international maritime. As a result, to comply with the limitations of working hours, it is necessary to increase the number of officers responsible for operations on short sea transport.
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The teaching content of Maritime English is dictated by the 1995 International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping, as amended, which sets qualification standards for masters, officers, and officers of the watch on merchant ships, including a high proficiency level in maritime English. Feature films have an…
draft mariner proficiency. Most are compliant with Standards for Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping ( STCW ) and IMO. Mariners on U.S. vessels...Generally the vessels that have high maintenance standards have high mariner proficiency. Trends: STCW and IMO are having some positive...fire and shipboard drills. Mandatory pilotage for most vessels arriving in Tampa. STCW . International Safety Management Code (ISM Code
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The paper deals with one of the most important changes in the STCW 1978 as amended in 2010 Convention, from the point of view of the watchkeeping officers responsible for control, maintenance, diagnostic and repair of electrical and electronic installations on board of ships. Some reasons, why the MET Standards for Electro-Technical had to be developed and implemented are shortly analyzed and described. A legislative way towards and a short description of the minimum standards competence for ...
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Convention on Standards for Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping ( STCW ) means many retired mariners no longer are able to maintain their licenses.36...new international crew standards in the STCW would cause China and Russia to overtake the Philippines as the leading providers of merchant mariners...School, March 2001), p. 88. 35 Cook, p. 8. 36 Interview, VAdm (ret) James Perkins, October 28, 2008. See also Cook, pp. 16-17, who identified STCW
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@@ 一、STCW 2010修正案的产生背景 STCW公约(International Convention on Standards of Training.Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers,1978)2010修正案近日由国际海事组织(IMO)STCW公约缔约国外交大会审议通过.该修正案将于2012年1月1日生效,实施过程中确定了为期5年的过渡期.
A.Gorobtsov; N.Kovalnogova; S.Kurguzov; V.Marich; S.Sokolov
The article examines the world experience of e-learning as well as distance education technologies within the edu-cation process organization on higher and post-higher education programs .There have been listed the results of the most popular e-learning platforms analysis .Furthermore, there have been looked through the core legislative background of the development of the mentioned technologies in Russia and worldwide among the universities , specialized in seafarers training .There have been al-so drawn up the points of the Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping ( Admiral Makarov SUMIS ) de-sign of the distance education system LMS “FARWATER” in compliance with the International Convention on Standards of Train -ing,Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW Convention).The practical application of distance education system to the advanced professional training has been discussed in the article .
Full Text Available The paper deals with one of the most important changes in the STCW 1978 as amended in 2010 Convention, from the point of view of the watchkeeping officers responsible for control, maintenance, diagnostic and repair of electrical and electronic installations on board of ships. Some reasons, why the MET Standards for Electro-Technical had to be developed and implemented are shortly analyzed and described. A legislative way towards and a short description of the minimum standards competence for ETO are presented. Next, new tools supporting ETO’s standards implementation are appointed. Finally, the future works as well as the concluding remarks concerning discussed issue are formulated and commented on.
Full Text Available A sea voyage can be divided into three parts with varying degrees of risk: - from the berth at the port of departure to the pilot disembarkation point - from the pilot disembarkation to another pilot embarkation point near the port of call/destination - from the pilot embarkation point to the berth Results of statistical research into ship accidents at sea point to an increased number of incidents and accidents, including groundings, especially in restricted areas. Such areas are often narrow and have limited depths, while their short straight sections require frequent course alterations, often in varying hydrometeorological conditions. Due to all these factors, the voyage has to be carefully planned and all watchkeeping officers have to be well prepared to conduct the ship safely. The article presents the objectives, scope, legal basis and stages in the process of voyage planning. The compliance with the outlined principles will reduce the level of risk in maritime transport.
Full Text Available The current provisions of the International Maritime Organization (IMO Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW Manila; IMO, 2010 for language proficiency and communication skills require standard levels for cadets’ communication skills worldwide, but do not suggest how to coordinate standardised Maritime English (ME training and assessment across the globe in order to consistently meet these requirements. The responsibility for globally standardised assessment of cadet ME skills at Maritime Education and Training (MET institutions around the world is therefore shouldered by the trainers only. This inevitably leads to differences in local interpretations of the ME standards. The central interest of the International Maritime Lecturers Association (IMLA and the International Maritime English Conference (IMEC is therefore to develop consistent assessment methods for cadets’ ME skills, which can be implemented worldwide. This paper explores current ME training practice worldwide, and suggests cross-curricular, content-based instruction as a solution for globally unified and coordinated standards of ME skills assessment.
Full Text Available This complex, with a volume of 190,000 m2 is made up of three buildings that have different characteristics:
- one 90 m tower used for offices, with the upper two floors for technical installations:
- One two storey building with several social areas: living quarters for watchkeepers and service staff, restaurant, teaching centre and clinic;
- a three storey car-park with capacity for 500 vehicles.
The structural system chosen for the tower was a metal structure with light weight concrete forgings.
This has been a pioneer work in Finland regarding both the metal construction and high buildings.
Este complejo, con un volumen total de 190.000 m2 está formado por tres edificios de características diferentes: — una torre de 90 m destinada a oficinas, con las dos plantas superiores para instalaciones técnicas: — un edificio de dos plantas con diversas áreas sociales: viviendas para vigilantes y personal de servicio, restaurante, centro de enseñanza y clínica: — un aparcamiento de tres plantas con plazas para 500 vehículos. El sistema estructural elegido para la torre fue el de una estructura metálica con forjados de hormigón aligerado. Esta obra ha sido pionera en Finlandia, tanto en el campo de la construcción metálica, como en el de edificios de gran altura.
Power MacDonald, Stephanie; MacKinnon, Scott N. [Memorial University, St John' s (Canada); Re, Antonio Simoes; Power, Jonathan [National Research Council, Institute for Ocean Technology, St John' s (Canada)
Research in the marine field suggests that training be part of a holistic teaching method, including traditional and other emerging methods. Currently, training for totally enclosed motor propelled survival craft (TEMPSC) operators is provided in sheltered ports in relatively benign conditions. Also the training is very limited for ice-covered water. This paper investigated the effectiveness of simulator-based training on the competency of a novice coxswain to navigate through a simulated ice field. This research compared the performance of simulator training in comparison with traditional standard certification and watchkeeping (STCW) training for lifeboats in ice fields. Virtual marine technologies (VMT) developed the full mission S class simulator used for the training. The full-scale field trials were carried out using a TEMPSC IMO/SOLAS approved for 20 occupants. This research demonstrated through the results of the post testing questionnaire data that simulator training could provide an increased sense of confidence after training on the simulator, and lead to an increase of competency.
Full Text Available The topic of the research as a whole is dedicated to studies of the work load of navigation officers and, consequently, is related to the current international research on the quality of working life. Issues of seafarers' working time are very topical because in recent years the load of navigation officers has significantly increased, either due to increase in shipping intensity, or in the context of the new international maritime law, for example, compliance with the requirements of the ISM CODE (International Management safety Code, THE ISPS (The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code. Irregularities are observed in practice of the seafarers' working hours and rest hours, and even the mismatch, as presented in the port of inspection materials. This article is intended to assess the 2nd and 3rd Officer's load compliance with the regulatory enactments for the work and rest regime to develop proposals to load optimization. Load analysis of Navigation officers is based on international maritime regulations that determine the work and rest regime on ships STCW (The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, MLC (Maritime Labour Convention. In the article, concrete data is used from the research, which was conducted 18 months on the Handy type of tanker from July, 2012 till December, 2013 in the real time mode. In the article is also concrete data used from 340 survey respondents, which reflects the views of the navigation officers on violations of the work and rest regime on the ship and the fatigue issue.
Maffei, A. R.; Chandler, C. L.; Stolp, L.; Lerner, S.; Avery, J.; Thiel, T.
Methods used by researchers to track science events during a science research cruise - and to note when and where these occur - varies widely. Handwritten notebooks, printed forms, watch-keeper logbooks, data-logging software, and customized software have all been employed. The quality of scientific results is affected by the consistency and care with which such events are recorded and integration of multi-cruise results is hampered because recording methods vary widely from cruise to cruise. The Rolling Deck to Repository (R2R) program has developed an Eventlogger system that will eventually be deployed on most vessels in the academic research fleet. It is based on the open software package called ELOG (http://midas.psi.ch/elog/) originally authored by Stefan Ritt and enhanced by our team. Lessons have been learned in its development and use on several research cruises. We have worked hard to find approaches that encourage cruise participants to use tools like the eventlogger. We examine these lessons and several eventlogger datasets from past cruises. We further describe how the R2R Science Eventlogger works in concert with the other R2R program elements to help coordinate research vessels into a coordinated mobile observing fleet. Making use of data collected on different research cruises is enabled by adopting common ways of describing science events, the science instruments employed, the data collected, etc. The use of controlled vocabularies and the practice of mapping these local vocabularies to accepted oceanographic community vocabularies helps to bind shipboard research events from different cruises into a more cohesive set of fleet-wide events that can be queried and examined in a cross-cruise manner. Examples of the use of the eventlogger during multi-cruise oceanographic research programs along with examples of resultant eventlogger data will be presented. Additionally we will highlight the importance of vocabulary use strategies to the success of the
刘新山; 任玉清; 贺讯
国际海事组织在过去几十年一直努力推动捕捞渔船安全国际立法工作。通过对主要的涉渔海事公约以及港口国监督措施，特别是《1993年捕捞渔船安全议定书》和《捕捞渔船船员培训、发证和值班标准国际公约》的探讨，建议中国渔业主管部门、渔业界及行业组织重视国际渔业法研究和普及工作，积极行使国际法权利和履行国际法义务，参照相关海事公约及时修改国内海事安全和渔业法规，依法建立全国统一的渔船和渔船船员登记系统，增强对捕捞渔船现代化和渔船船员培训事业的扶持力度，促进中国海洋渔业的稳健发展。%IMO has been exerted its effort to make international laws concerning safety of fishing vessels in the past decades. The paper explores those maritime conventions on fishery and port state control, in particular the 1993 Protocol Relating to the Safety of Fishing Vessels and International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Fishing Vessel Personnel. It is recommended that the fisheries administrations, fishing industry and industrial associations emphasize studying and disseminating international fisheries laws, exercise and perform actively the international rights and obligations, amend timely the laws and regulations regarding marine safety and fishery by due reference to the related maritime conventions, establish the national register system for fishing vessels and fishing personnel, and strengthen financial support to modernization of fishing vessels and training of fishing personnel to pursue steady development of Chinese marine fishery.