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    Dr.Ing.habil. Dipl.- Ing.oec. Kapitn AG Diethard KersandtWiedestr. 4a, 22880 WedelE-mail : [email protected] Telefon: 04103 / 9673850

    Diethard Kersandt, Wedel, Mrz 2018

    Standardisierung der Anforderungen an Persnlichkeitseigenschaften von Nautikern unter verschiedenen Einsatzbedingungen eines Schiffes und ihr Vergleich mit individuellen Profilen Standardization of the requirements of personality characteristics Standardization of the requirements of personality characteristics of navigators under different operating conditions of a ship and their of navigators under different operating conditions of a ship and their comparison with individual profilescomparison with individual profiles

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    OPEN SEA MAIN PROPERTY PROFILS

    STANDARD INDIVIDQuelle : Kersandt, D. : Standardisierung der Anforderungen an Persnlichkeits-eigenschaften von Nautikern unter verschiedenen Einsatzbedingungen eines Schiffes und ihr Vergleich mit individuellen Profilen F/E Bericht, Grundlagen, Beispiele ; 78 Seiten, Wedel, Mrz 2018

  • The activity of the navigator at sea is characterized by the close connection to the ship, to the environment and to the cargo or to the passengers.

    The different sizes of the ships (and the maneuvering characteristics), the operational areas, the environment and the composition of the bridge crew, as well as the specific character of the navigation process itself - complex dynamic - random - determine the require-ments of the navigator's personality traits.

    Actions are prepared, initiated and controlled in their cognitive processes. Human error should be prevented as much as possible.

    personality profilepersonality profilePRELIMINARY NOTEPRELIMINARY NOTE

  • personality profilepersonality profileZiel ist es,Ziel ist es, einen Standard fr Persnlichkeitseigenschaften von Nautikern zu entwickeln, der die unterschiedlichen Anforderungen an die Fhrung eines Schiffes unter den Bedingungen seines jewei-ligen Einsatzesgebietes bercksichtigt.

    Dazu mssen die Eigenschaften eines jeden Operationsgebietes de-finiert und voneinander abgegrenzt sowie Persnlichkeitsmerkmale gefunden werden, mit denen sich STANDARD- ProfileSTANDARD- Profile fr ein Ge-biet mathematisch beschreiben und grafisch darstellen lassen.Um einen Vergleich mit den individuellen Merkmalen eines Nautikers /Kandidaten zu ermglichen, mssen fr jeden Nutzer INDIVIDUAL - INDIVIDUAL - Profile Profile nach den gleichen Kriterien erstellt werden.

    Im Ergebnis des Vergleiches entstehen Aussagen ber die Unter-schiede beider Profile und die Eignung eines Kandidaten fr dieFhrung eines Schiffes im Operationsgebiet.Zum Abschluss werden Strken und Schwchen des Nautikers ge-genber dem Standard mit unterschiedlicher Wichtung heraus-gearbeitet.

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    The goal is to set a standard for personality traits of Navigators to develop The goal is to set a standard for personality traits of Navigators to develop the different requirements to the leadership of a ship under the conditions of the different requirements to the leadership of a ship under the conditions of its respective considered in the area of operation (navmode).its respective considered in the area of operation (navmode).

    For this purpose, the characteristics of each operation area must be defined For this purpose, the characteristics of each operation area must be defined and separated from each other, and personality traits must be found with and separated from each other, and personality traits must be found with which which "STANDARD""STANDARD" profiles for an area can be mathematically described and profiles for an area can be mathematically described and graphically displayed. In order to allow a comparison with the individual charac-graphically displayed. In order to allow a comparison with the individual charac-teristics of a navigator / candidate, teristics of a navigator / candidate, "INDIVIDUAL""INDIVIDUAL" profiles must be created for profiles must be created for each user according to the same criteria.each user according to the same criteria.

    As a result of the comparison, statements are made about the differences As a result of the comparison, statements are made about the differences between the two profiles and the suitability of a candidate for the management between the two profiles and the suitability of a candidate for the management of a ship in the operational area. Finally, the strengths and weaknesses of the of a ship in the operational area. Finally, the strengths and weaknesses of the navigator are compared to the standard with different weighting worked out.navigator are compared to the standard with different weighting worked out.

  • SUMMARY THESESSUMMARY THESES

    1. Personality characteristics and quality of the ship's command form a unity.

    2. The expected gain in knowledge results from the measurement of the degree of task fulfillment in the ship's command under consideration personal property profiles.

    3. In ship handling simulators, the candidate must be subject to a competence review, whereby the "standard values" of good seamanship are also considered as standard criteria here.

    4. Standard criteria for determining personality traits must be complementary, transparent and predictable in their nature and in their assessment.

    5. The present calculation program supports the evaluation of personality traits compared to standard profiles, but does not replace the honesty of the self-assessment of the candidate and not the professional competence and objec-tivity of the instructor. 6. Of particular importance is the profile comparison "at a glance", the detailed and valued one-to-one characterization and the identification of weaknesses and strengths of the candidate compared to the standard profile.

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  • personality profilepersonality profileOPERATIONAL STATESOPERATIONAL STATES OPEN SEA, COASTAL ARAEA, TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEME, APPROACHING, FAIRWAY and AT ANCHOR provide the operational basis for a sea watch as they determine the use of human, technical and organizational resources and require the activation of specific knowledge. They are also the technical background for the speci-fication of personality traits.

    OPEN SEA Features: Isolated encounter situations from all directions, large passing distances, large available maneuver space on all sides, unlimited speed, a lot of time for decisions, a lot of room for maneuver, temporary deviation from nautical point of view uncritical.

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    STANDARD PROFILE "OPEN SEA"

    APPEARANCE : 0.55777778 limited suitabilityKNOWLEDGE : 0.50769231 liquid and safeINTELLECTUAL SKILLS : 0.35384615 rather imperfectENGAGEMENT / AMBITION : 0.47408205 not perfect but still goodTEAM ABILITY : 0.47558528 conditionally team playerLEADING ABILITY : 0.5982906 just enoughPROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS : 0.71384991 normally available

  • COASTAL AREA Features: Frequent encounter situations usually parallel to the coast, but also cross-border traffic (fishermen, sailors, small professional vehicles), smaller passing distances than on the open sea, maneuver space limited to at least one side (land side), speed with sufficient water depth unlimited, frequent track control required, medium decision time, room for maneuver limited.

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    STANDARD PROFILE "COAST"

    APPEARANCE : 0.68777778 suitableKNOWLEDGE : 0.99305556 very large and quickly accessibleINTELLECTUAL SKILLS : 0.8 exceptionally well developedENGAGEMENT / AMBITION : 0.94066667 exceptionally well developedTEAM ABILITY : 1 exceptionally good team playerLEADING ABILITY : 1 exceptionally well developedPROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS : 1 exceptionally well developed

  • TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEME- characteristics: Frequent situations of encounter (mostly parallel with small pas-sing distances and long passing times) as overtaking or overhauled vehicle, cross traffic at points of concentration with "close" encounters, sufficient maneuver space but with long passing times to con-sider, speed with sufficient depth of water unlimited , locating intervals and lane con-trol depending on the breadth and peculia-rity of the traffic routes, short decision times in cross traffic, large decision times with action changes in parallel traffic, lim-ited scope for action; "disorderly" traffic situation at start and end points.

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    STANDARD PROFILE "TRAFFIC SEPARATION LANE"

    APPEARANCE : 0.70777778 suitableKNOWLEDGE : 0.88611111 very large and quickly accessibleINTELLECTUAL SKILLS : 0.8 exceptionally well developedENGAGEMENT / AMBITION : 0.86133333 exceptionally well developedTEAM ABILITY : 1 exceptionally good team playerLEADING ABILITY : 1 exceptionally well developedPROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS : 1 exceptionally well developed

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    APPROACHING features: encounter situations from all directions with different ROR-status vehicles, tight passing distan-ces, very limited maneuver space, usually reduced speed, constantly changing situa-tions an