1st Edition

Techniques for Ship Handling and Bridge Team Management




ISBN 9780367313258
Published November 21, 2019 by Routledge
244 Pages 44 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Hiroaki Kobayashi has trained 1500 mariners in ship handling over twenty years and he has systematized the methods of safe navigation into nine elemental techniques. Taking a rigorous and scientific look at good practice and attitudes, good seamanship can be viewed as a series of concrete technical functions, which can be in terms of competencies. By giving proper attention to human factors the conditions for maintaining system safety can be defined, and the interaction of human competencies and environmental conditions and their effects on system safety can be recognised. System safety in turn depends on good bridge team management, with particular emphasis on communication, cooperation and leadership – communication for the exchange of information, cooperation to smooth team activities, and leadership to ensure that each member of the team performs successfully.

Table of Contents

PART I

Techniques for Ship Handling

Preface

1 Factors in Achieving Safe Navigation

2 Analysis of Techniques for Ship Handling

3 Inadequate Knowledge and Competency Often Observed

in Inexperienced Seafarers

4 Significance and Use of Elemental Technique Development

Postscript

PART II

Bridge Team Management

Preface

5 Techniques Necessary for Safe Navigation

6 Factors in Achieving Safe Navigation

7 Background of Bridge Team Management

8 Bridge Team Management

Postscript

PART III

Bridge Team Management/Bridge Resource

Management Training

Preface

9 Training System

10 Bridge Team Management Training Structure

11 Bridge Team Management Training Examples

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Biography

Dr. Hiroaki Kobayashi is Professor Emeritus at the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, and is past president of a number of academic institutes in Japan and several international maritime institutes. He has developed a number of standard training courses on bridge team management and instructor training courses on maritime education which have been authorized by Class NK, a member of the International Association of Classification Societies.