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29 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
Shiptalk Episode 21 Morten Aalen
Morten Aalen of the Norwegian Hull Club (https://www.norclub.com/people/moa) shares his insights about the importance of the 'Golden Hour' and a high-level strategy during a shipboard crisis response. Have comments or ideas on the podcast? Want to hear the other podcast episodes. Check out parani.org. Don't forget to subscribe (free) to the podcast so you get notified when new episodes are uploaded.
32 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
ML Episode 17 Captain Helle
Captain Helle Andsbjerg (https://www.captainhelle.com/) talks about her own leadership journey, first as a ship captain, and then as a leadership coach and keynote speaker. Hear about the best piece of advice she's received, her three leadership hacks (https://www.captainhelle.com/blog), and why a happy ship is a safe ship. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, I suggest you subscribe (for free) so you get notified when new episodes are uploaded. Also, feel free to reach out to me at parani.org if you'd like to share your feedback or any ideas.
34 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
Shiptalk Episode 20 Liz Baugh
Are you prepared for a medical emergency on your ship? Liz Baugh at RedSquareMedical (https://www.redsquaremedical.com) shares with us her insights from her 20 years as a maritime medic. She also informs us of responding to Covid and common medical audit findings. Resources: Ship Captain's Medical Guide, 23rd edition (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/min-600-mf-amendment-1-ships-captains-medical-guide-23rd-edition) Latest MCA list for ship's medical stores (https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/989439/MSN_1905__M+F__Amendment_1_ships__medical_stores.pdf) Have feedback on the podcast? Feel free to drop me a comment through my website parani.org, or email me at email@example.com
5 minutes | Apr 10, 2021
ML Episode 16 Defining Leadership
How do we define leadership? Share your own views through my website www.parani.org, or connect with me on LinkedIn. Subscribe to the podcast (for free) on Spotify or Soundcloud and download-listen whether you are on land, at sea, or on travel.
41 minutes | Mar 28, 2021
Shiptalk Episode 19 Terje Lovoy
Best Practice for writing procedures and checklists? Terje Lovoy (https://lovoy.info/) shares his insights and practical tips on how to make safety management manuals easy to read and implement by ship's crews. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, drop a comment, and also subscribe (free) so you are notified when new episodes are uploaded. Check out my website parani.org for more resources.
51 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Shiptalk Episode 18 Dr. Nicholas Mabbott
Dr Nicholas Mabbott (https://www.beyondmidnight.org/about-us/) shares his research insights on sleep and fatigue. Useful practical tips on when to sleep, dos and donts for shift work. He tells us how just by improving our sleep quantity and quality, we can become better leaders. If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to reach out to me at parani.org or connect with me on Linkedin. The podcast is absolutely free for you to listen to; all I ask is that you subscribe to it (free) on Spotify or Soundcloud, and share the link with your network. Hope this episode helps you sleep well. zzz.
31 minutes | Jan 16, 2021
Shiptalk Episode 17 Sidney Dekker
In conversation with human-factors and safety expert, Dr Sidney Dekker and his philosophy of Safety Differently. Visit his website (https://sidneydekker.com) for details on his books and workshops. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, I'd love to hear from you through my website parani.org Background music by my nephew Sai Natarajan (https://viusmusic.bandcamp.com)
22 minutes | Dec 27, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 16 Lars Bergqvist
Maritime piracy is a serious threat to the safety of ships, seafarers, the environment and property. Lars Bergqvist is a maritime security expert and shares his views on the situation, with a focus on West Africa. Further guidance for seafarers to deal with such situations can be found in the Nautical Institute's guide (https://www.nautinst.org/resource-library/publications/ni-books/managing-traumatic-stress.html) and ISWAN's booklet (https://www.seafarerswelfare.org/resources/publications/good-practice-guide-piracy). If you have any comments or suggestions, feel free to reach out to me at parani.org or connect with me on LinkedIn.
15 minutes | Nov 15, 2020
ML Episode 15 Safety Culture
An outline of the components of safety culture, as further explained in my book Golden Stripes - Leadership on the High Seas. Also check out my video (https://youtu.be/bGG55KyyGiM) and blog article (https://www.parani.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=104:the-safe-man-model&catid=91&Itemid=655.
6 minutes | Nov 1, 2020
ML Episode 14 MBA (Management By walking Around)
Management by walking around (MBA) is a free leadership tool. Here I share a few tips to make them more effective. I share some more tips in my book Golden Stripes - Leadership on the High Seas. If you enjoyed this episode, subscribe to the podcast (free) on Spotify or Soundcloud and share the link with your colleagues. Feel free to reach out tome through my website parani.org. Cheers!
5 minutes | Oct 24, 2020
TT Episode 12 Hot Work On Container Ships
Hot work is often required on container ships where there are several damages during cargo work. Sharing 4 case studies, this episode aims to illustrate the various hazards that may exist when carrying out such work. Reference links: (https://www.standard-club.com/media/1558370/danger-of-hot-work-near-containers.pdf), (http://www.atsb.gov.au/media/news-items/2018/on-board-fire-from-hot-work/) If you have any feedback or suggestions, feel free to get in touch with me through my website www.parani.org.
30 minutes | Sep 13, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 15 Tabitha Logan
Tabitha Logan shares details of the Captain's Table maritime tech entrepreneurship event (https://www.captainstable.hk/), YPSN (www.ypsnhk.com). Learn about how to apply, and what the event has to offer. Here's a link to their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7In6IQXP9Lc&feature=youtu.be) If you'd like to reach the host, do so though parani.org or connect with me on social media. Hey, and subscribe (free) on Spotify or Soundcloud so you get notifications when new episodes are uploaded. Go for Gold!
39 minutes | Aug 30, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 14 Dr. Guy Champniss
Dr. Guy Champniss (https://www.meltwater-consulting.com/), (https://www.kilo-solutions.com/) talks to us about behavioural science with respect to safety and efficiency in the work place. He also shares strategies to balance our decision making, especially where our judgement may be influenced negatively by emotions. Feel free to share your feedback at parani.org. I suggest you subscribe (free) to the podcast on the Spotify app on your phone.
40 minutes | Aug 8, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 13 Chirag Bahri
Chirag Bahri of ISWAN (https://www.seafarerswelfare.org/about/staff/chirag-bahri) shares his experience of being kidnapped by Somali pirates for eight months. He then narrates how this experience started him on a mission to help other seafarers who may experience similar distress situations, one of them being ISWAN's seafarer helpline (https://www.seafarerhelp.org/). Chirag also shares some mental health tips for seafarers to deal with the challenges imposed by the pandemic. This podcast is free for you to listen; you can pay it forward by sharing the podcast link with your friends and colleagues. Subscribe (free) on Spotify or Soundcloud so new episodes automatically appear on your feed. Safe seas!
39 minutes | Jul 19, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 12 Eric Holliday
Eric Holliday, FIMarEST, AFNI (https://www.fishsafety.org/) shares his insights on the human cost of fishing and its socio-economic challenges. He also talks about the work that he is doing to improve health and safety outcomes in this industry. Feel free to share your feedback and suggestions with me at parani.org. Subscribe free on Spotify or Soundcloud to receive updates when new episodes are uploaded. The only fee for this show is that you share it with your friends, colleagues and shipmates.
44 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 11 Dr. Matt Offord
Dr. Matt Offord, former submarine and surface ship Royal Navy Officer, currently lecturer at the University of Glasgow (https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/business/staff/mattofford/) and leadership consultant (https://consultcoscoroba.com/) talks about the similarities in leadership development in the Royal Navy, commercial shipping and the corporate world. Watch out for some interesting sea-stories! If you enjoyed this episode, let us know by subscribing to the podcast- it helps to promote this resource to more colleagues at sea. Drop a comment. Or, get in touch though my website parani.org. There you'll find links to the book Golden Stripes that Matt talks about in this episode. Stay Safe!
35 minutes | Jun 8, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 10 Capt. Brendan O'Shannassy
Captain Brendan O'Shannassy, ex-Australian Naval Officer, Chair for the International Superyacht Society Captain's Committee (https://www.superyachtsociety.org/Aboutus/Aboutus) and founder at Katana Maritime (https://katanamaritime.com/who/), shares his experience from the world of superyachts- and how it's not all glamour but also a lot of blood, tears and sweat. If you enjoyed this podcast, feel free to get in touch with me though my website www.parani.org. Praises are welcome, constructive criticism, even more.
39 minutes | May 28, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 9 Capt. Duke Snider
Capt. David (Duke) Snider, Ice Expert, Founder of Martech Polar Consulting ( https://martechpolar.com/about-us ) and Author of Polar Ship Operations ( https://www.nautinst.org/shop/polar-ship-operations.html ) talks to Capt. VS Parani about the challenges of operating ships in ice, the Polar Code, and what's behind his saying 'ice is not ice is not ice'. For comments or feedback, feel free to get in touch with me through my website parani.org. I would also suggest that you subscribe (it's free!) to the GoldenStripesPodcast on Spotify or Soundcloud so you get new episodes automatically uploaded on your feed.
40 minutes | May 18, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 8 Ronny Waage
Have an innovative idea that could help the maritime and logistics industry? Our special guest Ronny Waage (https://www.heronadvisory.com/team) shares his insights into maritime entrepreneurship with a focus on digital maritime technology. Among other things, Ronny was Partner and Advisor to the Captain'S Table innovation challenge in Hong Kong - for which the link to the video for the final challenge can be found here (https://youtu.be/MIpTeCnuS5o) Feel free to get in touch through www.parani.org for any comments or suggestions or just to say ahoy. Enjoy the show.
35 minutes | May 5, 2020
Shiptalk Episode 7 Apostolos Belokas
Apostolos Belokas, Founder and Managing Editor of Safety4Sea (https://safety4sea.com/), Youtube link:https://youtu.be/HmbqcnJOHPQ, talks about his insights of education rather than regulation, best practices in writing shipboard manuals, and ensuring effectiveness of maritime training. Subscribe to the podcast for free. You can download episodes on Spotify and listen offline on the ship as well. For any feedback or suggestions, you can reach me at www.parani.org
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