Issue 34 - Habitability

19 Dec 2013 Issue 34 HE Alert Bulletin

Comfortable, clean, convivial accommodation, washing & toilet facilities, mess rooms, group meeting and exercise areas.....

Bulletin Articles

11 Dec 2007

Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

High levels of noise can ruin your hearing if you are exposed to it for a long time. Constant low level noise and vibration can also have a major impact on your working life because it means poorer quality sleep, lack of rest and stress.

HE Alert Article
09 Dec 2013

HE01220 - A multi-factorial analysis of human performance during a 9-day sea trial

The report of a multi-national sea trial on the effects of ship motions on human performance which was performed aboard the Canadian Forces Auxiliary Vessel Quest in February and March of 2007.

HE Alert Article
09 Dec 2013

HE01225 - Less noise and vibration is good for the working environment

An expanded version of the article by Carsten Gydahl-Jensen, on Page 7 of Issue No. 34 of Alert!, on the impacts of noise and vibration, effective prevention and risk assessments.

HE Alert Article
10 Dec 2013

Improving Habitability on Board

The end user is the most important element when designing and his/her anthropometry is the key factor during the design process.

HE Alert Article
12 Dec 2013

Crew Habitability: What you need to know

The main goals of designing for habitability are to provide a design that will enhance human performance, mental alertness, the quality of life for seafarers, and quite possibly crew recruiting and retention.

HE Alert Article
19 Dec 2013

Introduction to Issue 34

In this issue of Alert! we are focusing on Habitability. In Issue No. 11 of Alert! we define Habitability as: Comfortable, clean (and cleanable) and convivial accommodation, washing & toilet facilities, mess rooms, group meeting and exercise areas.....

HE Alert Article
10 Dec 2013

Habitability - Rough Guide to MLC2006 Regs. 3.1

Habitability - A Rough Guide to MLC2006 Regs. 3.1 - Accommodation & Recreational Facilities

HE Alert Centre Spread