…and a new (to us!) article from Sidney Dekker, professor Griffith University in Australia.  His groundbreaking work on human error and safety has brought hime worldwide acclaim.  A question raised by a student of his addresses fatigue as an ethical problem – read on :

The Ethics of fatigue

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) brings us the following guidance :

IMO MSC/Circ. 1014  Guidance on Fatigue Mitigation and Management

IMO MSC/Circ. 1014 Appendix 2 MODEL FORMAT FOR TABLE OF SHIPBOARD WORKING ARRANGEMENTS

Adequate Crewing and Seafarers’ Fatigue : An International Perspective

MLC (Maritime Labor Convention) Title 2.3 Hours of work and hours of rest – Isle of Man

USCG CEMS – Crew Endurance Management Practices : A Guide for Maritime Operations

CEMS Awareness Workbook – QSE Solutions

NOVA – The Sleep-Memory Connection

Freakonomics Podcast: The Economics of Sleep – Part I

Freakonomics Podcast: The Economics of Sleep – Part II

Courtesy of PBS WGBH

 

Courtesy of Cardiff University and Professor Andy Smith

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