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Bridge Resource Management for Small Ships
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Prologue: The Herald of Free Enterprise Introduction: Why Bridge Resource Management? Part I. Planning and Procedures Chapter One. Standard Operating Procedures Chapter Two. Passage Planning: Appraisal and Planning Chapter Three. Implementing the Passage Plan: Execution, Conferring, and Monitoring Chapter Four. Building a Passage Plan: Tactics and Tools Part II. Situational Awareness and Human Factors Chapter Five. Overreliance Chapter Six. Distraction Chapter Seven. Stress Chapter Eight. Fatigue Chapter Nine. Complacency Chapter Ten. Transition Part III. Human Interaction Chapter Eleven. Communication Chapter Twelve. Teams and Teamwork Chapter Thirteen. Decision-Making and Leadership Chapter Fourteen. Human Error Appendix: Sample Master/Pilot Information Exchange (MPX) Sources Acknowledgments Index

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Captain Daniel S. Parrott began a full-time professional maritime career in 1983 after earning a B.A. in English and Government from Colby College. Since then he has served as mate and master of various tall ships on missions around the world. From 1998 through 2002 he commanded the 170-foot topsail schooner Pride of Baltimore II, a replica of an 1812 Baltimore clipper whose goodwill and educational missions have taken her throughout North and South America and to Europe and the Far East. Parrott holds a master of arts in Marine Affairs from the University of Rhode Island and a U.S. Coast Guard license for Master of Oceans, Motor, Steam and Auxiliary-Sail, 1600 Tons. He now serves on the faculty of the Maine Maritime Academy. HOMETOWN: Blue Hill, Maine

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