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Horizon Project Video - Long Version, 2012. Directed by Andy Wilkin. UK: Solent University.
View it on YouTube.
Project HORIZON - Final Report Findings
Fatigue Management Toolkit
Information on, and to download, MARTHA
Press Release no.1, issued after the kick-off meeting.
Press Release no.2, issued after the start of simulation runs, May 2010.
Press release Feb 2011, following third steering group meeting.
Press Release Dec 2011, following the project presentation to the European Parliament Transport and Tourism Committee.
Final Press Release, on completion of the project and publication of all results.
Research will take fatigue to a new level, published in Nautilus Telegraph, July 2009.
EU fatigue study marks a milestone on simulators, published in Nautilus Telegraph, May 2010.
Simulations test fatigue's impact (Section 1, Section 2, Section 3, Section 4), published in Nautilus Telegraph, June 2010.
Watching the Clock, published Nautilus Telegraph, November 2010 - presenting the simulation work in the project
Minding your business, published in Nautilus Telegraph, May 2011 - the role of the occupational psychologist
Project Horizon - watch-keeping fatigue, published in Bahamas Flag Newsletter Issue 27 (page 2), summer 2011
MEPs given first findings from pioneering fatigue research, published in the Ship's Telegraph, January 2012
Falling Asleep is the Stuff of Nightmares, M Grey (2012), Lloyds List.
Nodding Off? Read This!, published in Safety at Sea, 1 February 2012.
EMSA Newsletter No. 82, published January 2012.
Why a rest is best, R Clayton, published in Fairplay, 9 February 2012.
Watchkeeper: Science backs anecdote on fatigue, published in BIMCO, 8 February 2012.
Up to 45% of watchkeepers sleep while on duty, published in Lloyds List, 1 February 2012.
Asleep at the wheel, published in Lloyds List, February 2012
6 Hours on, 6 Hours off Watch is Most Tiring, Adam Corbett, published in Tradewinds, February 2012.
New research on sleepiness, published in Safety at Sea, 2 February 2012
Seafarer fatigue..., published in Tanker Operator, 3 February 2012
ITF Inspector's Blog, published 9 February 2012
Inside the Issues, ITF Seafarer's article, published February 2012
Revealed: the risks of fatigue, front page of Nautilus Telegraph, published March 2012
Waking up to fatigue risks, results summary, p23 Nautilus Telegraph, published March 2012
Asleep on the job, project feature, p24-25 Nautilus Telegraph, published March 2012
Presentation given by Professor Mike Barnett on the project and its simulation activity to VIPs visiting the project during 2010-2011.
Report: Horizon Results revealed at Human Element Advisory Group Day.
Project Leaflet, updated June 2010
Project Horizon - a wake-up call Research report 2012
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