Master Mariners of Canada

2010 Conference

The Company of Master Mariners of Canada and
the Petroleum Human Resources Counsil of Canada
4th International Conference on
Maritime Human Resource Solutions
September 28 – 30, 2010

 

Keynote Speaker – Captain Hartmut G. Hesse, Senior Deputy Director, Sub-Division for Operational Safety and Human Element, Maritime Safety Division, International Maritime Organization

IMO World maritime Day Theme – 2010: Year of the Seafarer

 

Captain Naim Nazha, Director, Marine Personnel Standards and Pilotage, Marine Safety, Transport Canada

Ratification by Canada of the STCW-F and MLC, 2006

 

Petroleum and Offshore Industry Updates

Ms. Cheryl Knight, Executive Director and CEO, Petroleum Human Resources Council of Canada

Petroleum Labour Market Issues & Supply Solutions

 

Mr. Robert Cadigan, President and CEO, Newfoundland and Labrador Oil and Gas

About NOIA

 

Maritime Education and Training / Amendments to the STCW Code

Captain Naim Nazha, Director, Marine Personnel Standards and Pilotage, Marine Safety, Transport Canada

The STCW/Manila Amendments

 

Captain Simon Holford and Dr. Katherine Devitt, Warsash Maritime Academy, Southampton Solent University

Known Knowns and Known Unknowns: Establishing the Effectiveness of Non-Technical Skills in Merchant Navy Officers

 

Dr. Katherine Devitt, Warsash Maritime Academy, Southampton Solent University

Katherine Devitt Behavioural markers research paper

 

Captain Denis Drown, Captain Robert Mercer, Captain Stephen Cross and Dr. Gary Jeffery.
Disparate Measures in Examinations for STCW Certificates of Competency: The Use and Effectiveness of Multiple Choice Questions

Disparate Measures in Examinations (paper)

 

Mark Dolomount, Executive Director, Professional Fish Harvesters Certification Board (PFHCB) Newfoundland and Labrador

From Jack of All Trades to Master of One: The Professionalization of Commercial Fish Harvesters in NL.

 

Kelly Moret, International Program Officer, MI International

Diversity in the Maritime Sector: The Benefits of Cross-Cultural Training

 

Recruitment and Retention of Seagoing Personnel

 

Stephen Peck, Director, and Jamie Robertson, Crewing Analyst and HR Issues Officer, Marine Personnel Branch, Fleet Directorate, Canadian Coast Guard

Projection of Attrition and Replacement of Ships’ Officers in the Canadian Coast Guard through the Analysis of Certificate Demographics(Powerpoint)

Projection of Attrition and Replacement of Ships’ Officers in the Canadian Coast Guard through the Analysis of Certificate Demographics(Paper)

 

Interactive Workshop No.1: Group Based Risk Decision Making

Facilitator- Paul H.J. Cormier, Chairman of the RANA Group of Companies, Vice President Research and Development

Paul Cormier Workshop booklet on Risk Decision Making

 

Fatigue Management

 

Tim Keane, Operations Manager, FedNav-Canarctic Shipping.

The Impact of Harsh Environmental Conditions on Human Resources

 

Laura Critch, Dr. Angela Loucks-Atkinson, Dr. Scott MacKinnon, School of Human Kinetics and Recreation, Memorial University, and Dr. Jim Parsons, Marine Institute, Memorial University

A Human Factors Approach to Understanding the Factors Contributing to Fatigue in the Atlantic Canada Shipping Industry

 

Dustin Pearson, Junior Structural Engineer Offshore Structures, Martec Limited.

Supporting Human Performance in Ice and Cold Conditions

 

ISM Code

 

Gordon Halsey, Principal Consultant/Project Manager, DNV Miami.

The New Requirements of the ISM Code and Practical Risk Management: Motivating Behaviour of Seafarers

 

Various

 

Captain Naim Nazha, Director, Marine Personnel Standards and Pilotage, Marine Safety, Transport Canada

The Seafarer Identification Document (C-185)

 

John Connors, Executive Manager, COMPASS

In The Same Boat: Implementing A Marine Careers Promotion Strategy

 

Interactive Workshop No.2: Safety Culture and Leadership

 

Facilitator- Mark Birchenhough, Director, Lloydmasters Consulting Ltd.

Safety Culture and major accident risk