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All @ Sea - What's next for The Navigator?

The four Ts of risk management - George Shaw from the Royal Institute of Navigation looks at how seafarers can balance accuracy and integrity in positioning

Delving into dynamic risk assessment - For navigators on the bridge, one of the most valuable tools in the moment is the ability to carry out a dynamic risk assessment. Captain Aly Elsayed AFNI, Senior Technical Adviser, The Nautical Institute, looks into how this works in practice, and why it is such an effective tool.

WATCHOUT - How rapidly developing risks led to ship grounding- In this series, we take a look at maritime accident reports and the lessons that can be learned

Who's navigating? -Second officer Rudolph Clark Garaygay discusses the value of embracing the positive and the importance of active communication

WAYPOINT - Navigational data risk - George Shaw from the Royal Institute of Navigation looks at how seafarers can balance accuracy and integrity in positioning

Take 10 - Risk management is a fact of life at sea – and something that all navigators must understand fully. Here are ten key points to bear in mind

 

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WAYPOINT - ‘Applying Information Safely’ – an alternative meaning for AIS

George Shaw from the Royal Institute of Navigation looks at how to use AIS safely and explores some of the risks that must be overcome to ensure its ongoing value

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Take 10: Issue 34

AIS is a hugely important tool for vessel safety and navigation, and its evolution is both rapid and ongoing. Here are ten important things to remember about AIS.

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Who's navigating? The right place at the right time

Marine Pilot Jason Rebello AFNI talks about his life as a pilot in Western Australia and how AIS forms an integral part of his role, from both a pilotage and VTS perspective

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All at Sea - The Navigator Issue 34

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Above and beyond: Practical ways to use AIS on board ship

Gregor Stevens (Senior Manager Nautical) and Arvind Natrajan (Senior Marine Advisor Crewing and Training), of the International Chamber of Shipping, look at some of the ways in which AIS can be used on board ship – and a few points to bear in mind

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28 Sep 2023

WATCHOUT - Erroneous AIS data led to a two-ship collision in poor visibility

In this series, we take a look at maritime accident reports and the lessons that can be learned

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How AIS works and what it does

IALA regulates the global usage of AIS. Here, IALA Deputy Secretary-General Omar Frits Eriksson and Technical Operations Manager Minsu Jeon look at the evolution of AIS onboard ships and examine its uses on SOLAS and non-SOLAS vessels, as well as the pros and cons of this versatile piece of technology

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07 Jun 2023

WATCHOUT - A P&I Guide to Preventing Pollution at Sea

Captain Akshat Arora, Senior Surveyor at NorthStandard, examines the risk to the marine environment posed by pollution from a P&I point of view, and how ships can play their part in preventing them from happening

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Who's navigating? Wherever the winds take me

For Officer Cadet R Ben Voth, the Covid-19 pandemic was a prompt for a change of career. Now, he loves life at sea and has many ideas about how the maritime industry could do more to protect the world around us

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