Security and other safety issues are more important than ever in the maritime industry. Maritime Safety, Security and Piracy is the first book to discuss safety, security and piracy in the maritime context. The book is divided into two parts, ships and ports, and covers issues such as: • Ship safety assessments • European ship safety • Ship accidents • Pirates’ behaviours • Port state control inspections • Port security • Port theft
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction Wayne K. Talley Part I: Ships Chapter 2. International Ship Safety Regulations Devinder Grewal Chapter 3. Ship Formal Safety Assessment Zaili Yang and Jin Wang Chapter 4. US Ship Accident Research Di Jin, Hauke Kite-Powell and Wayne K. Talley Chapter 5. Security of Ships and Shipping Operations Khalid Bichou Chapter 6. Piracy in Shipping Wayne K. Talley and Ethan M. Rule Chapter 7. Ship Piracy: Ship Type and Flag Maximo Q. Majia Jr, Pierre Cariou and Francois-Charles Wolff Part II: Ports Chapter 8. Port Safety and Workers Sara E. Russell Chapter 9. Port State Control Inspection and Vessel Detention Pierre Cariou, Maximo Q. Mejia Jr and Francois-Charles Wolff Chapter 10. Port Ship Accidents and Risks Tsz Leung Yip Chapter 11. Port Security: A Risk Based Perspective Mary R. Brooks and Ronald Pelot Chapter 12. US Port Security C. Ariel Pinto, Ghaith Rabadi and Wayne K. Talley Chapter 13. EU Port and Shipping Security Athanasios A. Pallis and George K. Vaggelas Chapter 14. Port Security in Asia Koi Yu Adolf Ng and Girish C. Gujar Chapter 15. Landside Cargo Theft Eric Custar
Dr Wayne K. Talley is a Beazeley Professor with the College of Business and Public Administration, Old Dominion University, Virginia, United States. He is a transportation economist specializing in costing, safety, environmental and labor issues in transportation, with a particular focus on maritime transportation.