Here is a selection of helpful links.

Searching for the origins of the myth: 80% human error impact on maritime safety
It is widely believed that human errors cause around 80% of maritime accidents. To validate the above belief, 292 documents are reviewed. Various research differs in its findings pertaining to human contribution to maritime accidents.
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Merchant Navy Training Board Strategy
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The Seafarers’ Charter
The Seafarers’ Charter is a voluntary agreement of standards for seafarers between the UK government and maritime operators.
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The UK MCA amends the guidance on the safe carriage of electric vehicles on board passenger ferries
MGN 653 (M) Amendment 1 electric vehicles onboard passenger roll-on/roll-off (ro-ro) ferries provides the UK shipping industry with best practice guidance to facilitate safe carriage, and potential charging of, electric vehicles onboard roll-on roll-off (ro-ro) passenger ferries. The MCA has developed this guidance in conjunction with, and at the request of industry.
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