The “challenge” is a key principle of good bridge resource management (BRM). In The Nautical Institute’s latest Mars Report, a bulk carrier grounded because neither pilot nor bridge team applied this principle. The Nautical Institute gathers reports...
The US Coast Guard (USCG) completed its marine casualty investigation on 6 December into the grounding of the container ship Ever Forward on 13 March 2022. The incident’s causal factors were the pilot’s failure to maintain situational awareness and attention while...
Effective bridge resource management (BRM) should be a working culture, a safety habit that is embraced and practiced by all navigating officers, says The Nautical Institute. Its latest Mars report provides an example of how not to do it. In it, a VLCC collided with a...
Bridge resource management (BRM) still often appears to be but a theoretical concept in the maritime industry even after many decades of efforts to change the paradigm. The Nautical Institute says this in its latest Mars report where it discusses a passenger vessel...
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