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Human Factors Analysis and the Shipboard Environmental Department

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COMSEAPRINT Human System Integration (HSI) is used to analyze the effect of reduced crew sizes and increased crew workloads resulting from increased regulatory requirements on oceangoing commercial vessels (as defined as ships with crew between 10 and 30). Most of the increased crew workloads are driven by recent environmental regulations and the analysis indicates that the creation of an environmental department in addition to the traditional deck and engine departments would efficiently address HSI existing and emerging problems on commercial ships.
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Keywords: BULK CARRIERS; COMMUNICATIONS; CONTAINERSHIPS; DESIGN (GENERAL); DESIGN (VESSELS); ECONOMICS (OPERATIONAL); EDUCATION; FATIGUE; HABITABILITY; MAINTENANCE; NAVIGATION; OPERATIONS (GENERAL); OPERATIONS (SHIPPING); PLANNING; RECREATION; REPAIR; RULES/REGULATIONS; SAFETY; SYSTEMS ENGINEERING; TANKERS; VESSEL MANAGEMENT

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-10-01

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