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APPENDIX A EUROPEAN INFORMATION GATHERING TRIP Organizations Contacted OPERATORS P.A.L. Shipping Services (U.K. General Council of British Shipping (U.R. Bibby Line {U.K.) Swedish Shipowners' Association (Sweden) Salen Shipping Company ~ Sweden Danish Shipowners' Association (Denmark DFOS Shipping ~ Denmark ~ German Shipowners' Association Tweet Germany) Leif Hoogh Line (Norway) Norwegian Shipowners' Association (Norway) Nedlloyd Shipping Company (Netherlands) Shell Tankers {Netherlands} Van Nievelt Goudrisan (Netherlands) Nether lands Shipowners' Federation UN IONS GOVERNMENT ~ Netherlands ~ . National Union of Seamen {U.K. Merchant Navy and Airline Officers Union (U.K. Swedish Seamen ' s union ~ Sweden ~ Swedish Engineer Officers Association (Sweden) Swedish Ship Officers Association (Sweden) Merchant Navy Of f icers Association ~ Denmark Danish Radio Off leers Union (Denmark German Employees Union (West Germany ~ Transportation and Public Services Union Norwegian Shipmasters Union ~ Norway Norwegian Seamen' s Union ~ Norway ~ Norwegian Union of Marine Engineers (Norway) Norwegian Mates Union ~ Norway ~ (West Germany ~ National Administration of Shipping and Navigation (Sweden) Ship Safety Administration (West Germany) Ministry of Transport (West Germany} Ministry of Trade and Shipping (Norway) Coast Guard (Netherlands) 93

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94 RESEARCHERS Dr. David Moreby, Plymouth Polytechnic (U.~.) Tavistock Institute (U.K.) Mr. Arne Rebnes, DEDS (Denmark) Work Research Institute (Norway) Ship Operation of the Future (Norway) -Institute for Ergonomic and Organizational Research, Bremen University (West Germany) Interview Topics o What have they done? (A list of projects, experiments, and implemented changes, specifying both technical and organizational content, e.g., what devices employed, how many in crew, how employed). Why did they do it? (What prompted the various parties to participate? ~ How did they do it? (Describe the process by which the above has been accomplished.} oo What has been the role of the research community? -- What basic research was undertaken? -- What appl fed research was undertaken? -- What action research ~ i.e., experiments ~ was undertaken? Oo In each case, how was the research done? -- Who sponsored it? -- Who did it? -- How was it communicated? -- How did it lead to the next step? Oo What has been the role of the ship operators -- The individual firms? -- The shipping associations? oo What has been the role of the seafarer unions? In support of research? In provision of regulatory variance for experiments? In encouragement of experiments through subsidy leverage? - In subsequent regulatory amendments? o What has been done to mitigate undesirable side effects of manning adjustments? (Describe contractual, i.e., labor-management and government policy initiatives.)