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Newsletter 01 – Introduction
July 30, 2015 – 09:05 am
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Welcome to WrightWay’s first newsletter. We hope you enjoy our first steps into sharing with you what we are doing in the world of Human Factor (Resource Management) training and in helping companies in their quest to achieve a world-class safety culture. In later editions we will explore some of the ways people are benefiting from Human Factors training and discuss where the marine industry is headed as it implements STCW 2010 (Manila Amendments) which come into force in January next year. We will also look at how the oil industry can learn the lessons of Macondo (the Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster in the Gulf of Mexico) from the Human Factors perspective.

These are exciting times for WrightWay and we have come a long way since we began trading in 1996. However, having trained hundreds of people and helped several large corporations to pursue a world-class safety culture, our simple business objective remains unchanged; we wish to help companies to send all of their employees home in one piece every day! In so doing it is always a pleasure to note that as well as changing people’s lives, enhanced business efficiency and bottom line profitability are direct consequences of the culture change they achieve.

In this newsletter Captain Simon Flitch writes about how the Canadian Steamship Lines in Montreal Canada is harnessing the power of its people to achieve real workforce involvement in its quest for world-class safety standards. Mr. Peter Gibb writes about an exciting event that took place in Human Factors training and Captain Bob Hubble sets out what we are doing in the context of the changed Standards in Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW).

Source: www.wrightway.co.uk
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