Issue 39 - Risk management

24 Aug 2015 Issue 39 Resource

... the role of the human element in the management of risk on board.

Bulletin Articles

17 Aug 2015

HE01335 - Maritime cybersecurity using ISPS and ISM codes

In this article Alejandro Gómez Bermejo presents some ideas to incorporate maritime cybersecurity policies, procedures and controls in vessel operations using the ISPS and ISM Codes. Keywords: security, ISPS, ISM, cybersecurity

21 Aug 2015

HE01340 - Vessel Cybersecurity Risk Analysis

Introduces vessel cybersecurity risk analysis and shows an example of its application to the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) assets in the Integrated Bridge System of a vessel.

23 Aug 2015

A methodological approach to the management of risk and safety

Organisations exist to make profits: safety is a necessary evil to be overcome in the face of finite resources, limited knowledge, conflicting goal, competition etc. A seafarer could spend all day working a job in accordance with procedures and instructions, OR opt for areasonably acceptable job...

24 Aug 2015

Big Data: Harnessing it to improve Risk Management

The maritime industry – not renowned for its willingness to proactively embrace change - is now seeing both the benefit and necessity of employing big data to enhance commercial opportunities, and also improve the safety and sustainability of the industry and those that work within it.

24 Aug 2015

The human element and human-system aspects of risks

.... in the context of total HSSEQ onboard ship. HSSEQ - Risks & Hazards: On ship/Ship - Crew - Off ship/voyage - Environment on/off ship The Process: Communicate & consult - Monitor & review

25 Aug 2015

Editorial - Issue 39

Alert 26 focussed on essentials of an Integrated Management System. Since then there have been a number of amendments to the ISM Code, particularly that "each ship is appropriately manned in order to encompass all aspects of maintaining safe operations on board" - and other additional guidelines.