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Seafarers and Ethics

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justin hermosisima

on 5 July 2015

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Transcript of Seafarers and Ethics

ETHICS
Ethical and Moral Formation
Shipboard Discipline
Leadership
Moral Responsibility
Self Discipline and Morale
THANK YOU!
Formation of Ethics
Family Influences
Peer Influences
Experiences
Values and Morals
Situation Factors
Religion
The Legal System
Seafarers and Ethics
GOOD
BAD
Personal Safety
Care for Environment
Professionalism
Ignorance
Disregard for Safety
Greed and Ambition
Positive Discipline
Courtesy
Self - Control
Efficiency
Orderly Coordination
Public Image
Responsibility for Actions
Personal Conduct
Observance of Peace
Good Working Practice
Self - awareness
Openness
Self - confidence
Good seamanship
Service
and Leadership
Formation of ethics begins as a child

Contact with the environment and peers shape the individual's ethical beliefs
Exposure to different situations affect his/her ethical standards
What a person holds with high value affects his standards and views.
Unknown situational factors force out decisions that the individual may have once considered unethical
Where one places his faith in also affects his ethical foundation
Laws serve as a basis for determining right and wrong
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