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MLC 2006

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Course Overview

  Course Description
The Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC) is an international agreement of the International Labour Organisation (‘ILO’) which sets out seafarers’ rights to decent conditions of work. It is sometimes called the ‘Seafarers’ Bill of Rights’. It applies to all seafarers, including those with jobs in hotel and other passenger services on cruise ships and commercial yachts. It is considered to be the 4th pillar complementing the existing maritime conventions that is the SOLAS ,STCW and MARPOL regulations Course Objectives: • Be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Maritime Labour Convention. • Understand the Company’s commitment with MLC 2006 and prepare the crew onboard according the MLC inspections schedule.
 
   Training objective:
At the end of the training session the participant shall:
·       Be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the Maritime Labour Convention;
·       Understand the Company’s commitment with MLC 2006 and prepare the crew onboard according the MLC inspections schedule.
  

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