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Title: Port State Control Perception of the Safe Management of Bulk Carriers
Authors: Chung, Cheng-Chi;Her, Mong-Tang
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:航運管理學系
Date: 2013
Issue Date: 2017-05-22T08:36:48Z
Publisher: International Forum on Shipping, Ports and Airports (IFSPA)
Abstract: The development of port state control (PSC) has come a long way since its first appearance in January 1982. Maritime experts focus on the safe management of ships, which allows a better understanding of the factors that influence the safe management of ships. This paper presents a benefits, opportunities, costs and risks (BOCR) model, based on the modified Delphi method and AHP approach, to establish a hierarchy structure that is a useful ship safety management system for the control of bulk carriers. The structure validates the relative priorities of each hierarchy for different PSC regimes and compares the view of different PSC regimes with the perceptions of crews, ship managers for shipping companies, or governments, using absolute measurement by paired comparison performance, using the hierarchy for each bulk carrier. In addition, other types of ship safety management ranking systems can be structured using PSC perceptions and a slightly modified BOCR model.
Relation: 3-5 pp.11
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/42675
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