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Safety culture: the root of the problem

Despite labourious efforts to prevent ship accidents, maritime remains considerably more dangerous than other professions – but help is at hand, writes Dr Torkel Soma from Oslo-based management consultancy Propel.  Since the 1980s, avoiding accidents in the maritime sector has become a major priority and many new systems have been devised to counteract complacency. But […]

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Despite labourious efforts to prevent ship accidents, maritime remains considerably more dangerous than other professions – but help is at hand, writes Dr Torkel Soma from Oslo-based management consultancy Propel.  Since the 1980s, avoiding accidents in the maritime sector has become a major priority and many new systems have been devised to counteract complacency. But […]

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