And Celestial and Electronic Navigation (4th Ed.) by Richard R. Hobbs 1998. Jr. 1988; Shipboard Bridge Resource Management by Michael R. Adams. They are not aware of what exactly is happening outside the bridge windows in a highly frequented sailing area. Anticipating and responding correctly to the vessels changing situation can reduce near misses to a great extent. Had any one of which been appropriately addressed, the grounding would have been prevented. Command Investigation 5830, Ser N00 / 0639 Department of the Navy. May 22, 2013 Click here for PDF CITATIONS OF BOOK Towmasters Recommended Reading List. It can thus help to support a safer and more efficient execution of operations by blending technical skills and human skills. BRM can be termed as the effective management and utilisation of all resources, human and technical, available to the bridge team, to ensure the safe completion of. It is the duty of all officers and crew members to cross check and cross question. Only then effective communication can be achieved. It is also important to maintain a common language on board the vessel so that communication can become easier and quicker. Bridge resource management or BRM was adopted in the early 1990s by the maritime industry as a safety and error management tool and has now become an integral part of crews training. BRM makes use of all available resources including equipment and information and human. Seafarers often work extra hours to meet the job orders on time so as not to upset their ship owners. Seafarers always do not have the luxury to delay port arrivals or departure to compensate with their rest hours. Jan 13, 2015. Shipboard Bridge Resource Management, Michael R. Adams, published. Part 26 Vessel Bridge to Bridge Radiotelephone Regulations, pg(s).