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Human Factor Training – is it working?
Mon 28 November 2016, 09:30 – 17:00 GMT
Statistics continue to show that human factors are the root cause of 65% of maritime related incidents and accident with tangible and direct financial costs, safety and environmental issues.
IAMI (International Association of Maritime Institutions) and IMarEST (Institute of Marine Engineering Science and Technology) are two UK based maritime organisations closely involved with delivering professional maritime training standards. In 2010 the International Maritime Organization (IMO) made significant changes to the International Standards for Training, Certification and Watch keeping (STCW) requirements. These included the introduction of mandatory training at an operational and management level in human factors, leadership and management (HELM).
In 2014, IAMI and IMarEST organised an initial conference to look at this relatively new training requirement and to understand how it was being delivered to mariners. This second look at HELM training takes its focus on the theme of "Human factor training - is it working?”
There are also opportunities for commercial sponsorship (subject to approval).
09.30 Registration and refreshments
10.00 Welcome Address - Dr Alan Wall, IAMI Vice Chairman of IAMI
10.10 Marc Williams, Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Standards and Training in HELM Current UK Policy Update
10.40 Martin Shaw, Marine Operations and Assurance Management Solutions Ltd
Human Element Training – Putting it in context
11.10 Morning Coffee
11.30 Dr Iris Acejo - Research Associate Seafarers International Research Centre, Cardiff University
Social aspects on-board affecting well being of the seafarer
12.45 Paul Bennett, Southampton University - Leadership Training at Sea
13.15 Capt. Rick Thomas, The Honourable Company of Air Pilots - Human Factors in Aviation
13.45 Captain Nick Nash of Princess Cruises SMART Center for Simulator Maritime Training
The training, on board verification and use of the resource management processes.
14.30 Afternoon Tea
15.00 Wilko C. Bruhn - Fraunhofer-Center for Maritime Logistics and Services CML
MUNIN unmanned ship project – autonomy in shipping
15.45 Dr Chris Houghton, Maritime Education Consultant
Behavioural based safety (BBS) and values-based behaviour and how they impact on safety at Sea
16.30 Summary & Closing
The IMarEST and IAMI would like to thank the sponsors.
Clyde Training Solutions
The Nautical Institute