Maritime Risk and Organizational Learning

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He currently works at the Regional Maritime University in Ghana and maintains close ties with the World Maritime University and international colleagues within his areas of expertise. Reviews 'Michael Manuel brings together research evidence from several academic fields to explore how companies learn, using international commercial shipping as his example. The book covers aspects of risk perception, accident causation, organisational culture and social dynamics.

This is a highly readable account for all those with an interest in safety and organisational behaviour, and it makes a significant and original contribution to the growing discipline of maritime human resource management. Maritime Risk and Organizational Learning provides convincing arguments to challenge those sceptics who still question the learning potential of maritime enterprises. It reviews maritime accidents in the context of organizational learning, and provides thorough guidance - based on insights gained through direct interaction with maritime practitioners - to establishing a learning culture in maritime organizations.

Hopefully its readership will not be restricted to those who make their living from the sea - though those that do should make it a priority.

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Commercial use is prohibited. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Abstract: Maritime transport is commonly categorized as one of the riskiest industry sectors. In Finnish sea areas, the risks increase during winter navigation when ships have to navigate in sea ice conditions.

In order to support and ensure the integrity of people, ships, and environment during winter navigation, different safety and risk management strategies are developed. Risk management aims at developing methods for detecting, analysing, mitigating, and controlling the risks threatening the safety of winter navigation. Safety management aims at establishing and promoting organizational practices for planning, implementing, reviewing, controlling, and improving the safety performance of winter navigation.

A risk analysis of winter navigation in Finnish sea areas. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 79, DOI: Risk management model of winter navigation operations. Marine Pollution Bulletin, , — When an academically cleared candidate has paid the registration fee, enrolment can be finalized.

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Since WMU is a UN institution and not part of the national Swedish education system, our students cannot claim study support from the Swedish government or any other. This research area covers the legislative, regulatory, and enforcement roles of governments and administrations in the context of specific problems facing the maritime industry.

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Recent research projects include comparative analyses of the Rotterdam Rules and a critical evaluation of the international legal framework for piracy and other unlawful acts at sea. Energy management and efficiency, renewable energy and technological innovation underpin the work of this group, which aims to provide solutions that help the international maritime community to achieve a sustainable and low-carbon industry. This research area covers environmental management issues in coastal and ocean areas, particularly those related to maritime sectors such as shipping.

Interdisciplinary issues involving oceanography, pollution, and ecosystem-based management also fall within this area of research. Recent projects include ballast water management issues, including invasive species; PSSAs; oil spill contingency planning; marine mammals and shipping; climate change and integrated coastal and ocean management. This research group specializes in developing multi-disciplinary research angles in the area of maritime risk governance and management with a special focus on maritime safety and human-related issues.

Technical developments, such as the concept of e-navigation or the use of simulation to help maritime risk assessment are also considered.

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The research area covers both technical developments in the shipping industry and their relation to maritime educational processes, maritime human resource management and cultural, gender and linguistic issues. Recent activities include the development of IMO model courses on energy-efficient ship operation, the establishment of accreditation systems within the wider scope of quality management in maritime education, collaborative learning in maritime education, educational psychology, inter-cultural psychology, communication and human factors, women seafarers and identity management, and organizational learning in shipping companies.

This research area offers opportunities to contribute to a comprehensive understanding of the interconnected global social-ecological coastal and ocean system and to support the achievement of international goals for sustainable ocean governance and responsible ocean business practice.