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Viewpoint: Fit for purpose

The poor design of IT equipment can be just as much to blame for accidents on modern ships as human error. Yet, like so many other industries, too many people in shipping think high-tech ergonomics automatically equates to safety improvements

Accidents attributed to the bad design of equipment tend to involve advanced technology, rather than the tried and tested

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