The 2nd International Maritime Human Factors Symposium.
The Nautical Institute is delighted to meet the international shipping community in Glasgow later this month for The 2nd International Maritime Human Factors Symposium.
Hosted by the University of Strathclyde Maritime Human Factors Centre, discussions at the event will cover critically important topics for maritime professionals and the wider industry, including:
- Autonomy, Automation, and Human Factors
- Safety Culture
- Safety Learning
- Risk and Human Reliability
- Human Factors in Design
- Decarbonization and Human Factors
- Well-being and Mental Health
We are very pleased that The Nautical Institute will be represented by Professor Carole Davis NTF PFHEA SFSEDA as one of the leading speakers, presenting on Soft Skills: Their importance in the maritime industry; and how to facilitate, learn and teach them.
Join us from November 30th to December 1st in Glasgow, UK at the University of Strathclyde's Innovation and Technology Centre.
The NI is proud to support and participate in this event, for more information visit: https://buff.ly/3QK2XFE
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