Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation: STCW, Maritime Education and Training (MET), Human Resources and Crew Manning, Maritime Policy, Logistics and Economic Matters, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation

STCW, Maritime Education and Training (MET), Human Resources and Crew Manning, Maritime Policy, Logistics and Economic Matters, 1st Edition

Edited by Adam Weintrit, Tomasz Neumann

CRC Press

298 pages

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The TransNav 2013 Symposium held at the Gdynia Maritime University, Poland in June 2013 has brought together a wide range of participants from all over the world. The program has offered a variety of contributions, allowing to look at many aspects of the navigational safety from various different points of view. Topics presented and discussed at the Symposium were: navigation, safety at sea, sea transportation, education of navigators and simulator-based training, sea traffic engineering, ship's manoeuvrability, integrated systems, electronic charts systems, satellite, radio-navigation and anti-collision systems and many others.This book is part of a series of four volumes and provides an overview of Education and Training, Human Resources and Crew Resource Management, Policy and Economics and is addressed to scientists and professionals involved in research and development of navigation, safety of navigation and sea transportation.

Table of Contents

STCW, Maritime Education and Training (MET), Human Resources and Crew Manning, Maritime Policy, Logistics and Economic Matters. Introduction

A. Weintrit & T. Neumann

Chapter 1. Maritime Education and Training (MET)

1.1. GIS as an Innovative Tool for MET, Research, and Campus Management Enhancement: MAAP initiatives

A.M. Baylon & E.M.R. Santos

1.2. On Development of English for Bridge Watchkeeping

Z. Bezhanovi, L. Khardina & K. Zarbazoia

1.3. Analyzing the Perceptions of Students Who Take the Navigation Course for the First Time: The Case of Dokuz Eylul University Maritime Faculty

B. Kuleyin, B. Celik & A.Y. Kaya

1.4. The Influence of Student Self-evaluation on the Effectiveness of Maritime Studies

I. Bartusevi□□iene & L. Rupšiene□□

1.5. Marine E-Learning Evaluation: A Neuroscience Approach

D. Papachristos, N. Nikitakos & M. Lambrou□□

1.6. Administrative Model for Quality Education and Training in Maritime Institution

R.A. Alimen

1.7. A Concept of Examinations for Seafarers in Poland

J. Hajduk & P. Rajewski

1.8. Implementation of the 2010 Manila Amendments to the STCW Convention and Code in Ukrainian MET System

M.V. Miyusov, V.M. Zakharchenko & D.S. Zhukov

1.9. The Marine Transportation Program of a Maritime University in the Philippines: An Initial Evaluation

G.M. Eler

1.10. New Laboratories in the Department of Marine Electronics in Gdynia Maritime University

D. Bisewski, K. Bargiel, J. Zarebski, K. Górecki & J. Dabrowski

1.11. Polish Activities in IMO on Electro-technical Officers (ETO) Requirements

J. Wyszkowski & J. Mindykowski□□

Chapter 2. Drills on Board

2.1. Lived Experiences of Deck Cadets On Board

M.M. Magramo & L.D. Gellada

2.2. The Research of Self-evaluation on Fire-fighting Drill on Board

W. Jianjun & W. Shengchun

Chapter 3. Human Resources and Crew Manning

3.1. The Problem of the Human Resource Supply Chain on the Social Network at Maritime Education and Training

T. Takimoto, K. Hirono, M. Rooks & M. Furusho

3.2. A Code of Conduct for Shipmasters. Intermediate Report on a Research Project in Progress

T. Pawlik & W. Wittig

3.3. Human Factors and Safety Culture in Maritime Safety

H.P. Berg

3.4. The Role of Intellectual Organizations in the Formation of an Employee of the Marine Industry

N.A. Kostrikova & A.Ya. Yafasov

3.5. Wasted Time and Flag State Worries: Impediments for Recruitment and Retention of Swedish Seafarers

C. Hult & J. Snöberg

3.6. Analysis of Compensation Management System for Seafarers in Ship Management Companies: An Application of Turkish Ship Management Companies

E. Çakir & S. Nas

3.7. Analysis of Parameters and Processes of Latvian Seafarers’ Pool

R. Gailitis

3.8. The Meaning and Making of the First Filipino Female Master Mariner: The Story of Capt. Ramilie Ortega

M.L. Arcelo, L.D. Gellada, G.M. Eler & M.M. Magramo

3.9. Hiring Practices of Shipping Companies and Manning Agencies in the Philippines

M.M. Magramo, W.P. Ramos & L.D. Gellada

3.10. Development of Maritime Students’ Professional Career Planning Skills: Needs, Issues and Perspectives

G. Kalvaitiene & V. Sencila

3.11. The Role of Human Organizational Factors on Occupational Safety; A Scale Development Through Tuzla Region Dockyards

U. Mörek, L. Tavacioglu & P. Bolat

3.12. Ilonggo Seafarers’ Edge Among Other Nationalities of the World

R.A. Alimen, R. L. Pador & M.G. Gayo, Jr.

3.13. Influence of Emotional Intelligence on the Work Performance of Seafarers

K. Kilic, L. Tavacioglu & P. Bolat

Chapter 4. Terrorism and Piracy

4.1. Characteristics of Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea and its Influence on International Maritime Transport in the Region

K. Wardin & D. Duda

4.2. Transport Infrastructure as a Potential Target of Terrorist Attacks

G. Nowacki

4.3. Maritime Piracy Humanitarian Response Programme (MPHRP)

A. Dimitrevich & V. Torskiy

Chapter 5. Maritime Policy and Global Excellence

5.1. Problem of Vessels “Escaping” from Under Flag by Case of Estonia and Some Possible Measures for Rising of Attractiveness of Them for Ship-owners

A. Alop & V. Sencila

5.2. Analysis of Safety Inspections of Recreational Craft in the European Union. A Case Study

J. Torralbo & M. Castells

5.3. Stakeholders’ Satisfaction: Response to Global Excellence

R.A. Alimen, V.B. Jaleco, R.L. Pador & M.C. Sequio

Chapter 6. Baltic Sea Logistic and Transportation Problems

6.1. "Ground Effect" Transport on the Baltic Sea

Z.T. Pagowski, K. Szafran & J. Konczak

6.2. Methods and Models to Optimize Functioning of Transport and Industrial Cluster in the Kaliningrad Region

L. Meyler, S. Moiseenko & S. Fursa

6.3. Safety Culture in the Baltic Sea: A study of Maritime Safety, Safety Culture and Working Conditions Aboard Vessels

F. Hjorth

6.4. Development of Logistics Functions in the Baltic Sea Region Ports. Case Studies

M. Grzybowski

6.5. Redefining the Baltic Sea Maritime Transport Geography as a Result of a New Environmental Regulation for the Sulphur Emission Control Areas

M. Matczak

6.6. Sustainable Transportation Development Prerequisites at the Example of the Polish Coastal Regions

A. Przybylowski

6.7. Chosen Problems of Financing of the Logistic Centers in Polish Seaports

A. Salomon

6.8. Trans-shipping Terminal in Polish Logistic System

Z. Lukasik & A. Kusminska-Fijalkowska

Chapter 7. Financial Indices, Freight Markets and other Economic Matters

7.1. The Impact of Freight Markets and International Regulatory Mechanism on Global Maritime Transport Sector

A.S. Grzelakowski

7.2. Forecasting Financial Indices: The Baltic Dry Indices

E. Thalassinos, M.P. Hanias, P.G. Curtis & J.E. Thalassinos

7.3. Analysis of the Toll Collection System in Poland in the Context of Economy

J. Mikulski

Author index

About the Editors

Adam Weintrit is a Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Navigation (since 2008) of Gdynia Maritime University, Poland and the Head of the Navigational Department (since 2003). He was also Head of the Electronic Navigational Charts and ECDIS Simulator (1996-2010).

He has got M.Sc degree from Gdynia Maritime University, Faculty of Navigation (1985), Ph.D and DSc degree (1992) and habilitation degree (2004) from Warsaw Technical University, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography. He has over 25 years experience in teaching and research works in the field of maritime navigation, sea transport, hydrography, cartography, geodesy and safety at sea. He has been involved in national projects founded by the Polish Committee for Scientific Research, several local projects founded by GMU and has also co-operated in few international projects, including European Union projects and he received 3 grants of the IAMU founded by the Nippon Foundation (including two as a project leader).

He has published more than 250 reports and papers in journals and conference proceedings. He is author of 18 books on navigation, including 5 handbooks on ECDIS and electronic charts. He has many times been the member of the program and organising committees of international conferences and symposiums. He is Chairman of TransNav.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
COMPUTERS / Software Development & Engineering / Systems Analysis & Design
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Industrial Health & Safety
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems