Maritime Labour Convention 2006

Maritime Labour Convention 2006

The Maritime Labor Convention, 2006 (“MLC, 2006”) establishes minimum working and living standards for all seafarers working on ships flying the flags of ratifying countries.
By the end of this course delegates will be able to: discuss the background, objectives, principles and impact of the MLC 2006, summarize and interpret the content of the MLC 2006; summarize the national legislation, international guidelines and standards relevant to MLC 2006 requirements.

Discussion on the content of the convention and its implementation onboard
How to conduct a review of the DMLC (Part I and Part II) in relation to the MLC, 2006 requirements
Introduction to dealing with seafarers’ complaints
Practical guidance on how to undertake an inspection relating to maritime labor issues
Preparing for an MLC, 2006 inspection

3 days

Delegates will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course. Maritime Labour Convention 2006 training can be booked via our website or email. We ask all delegates to provide their individual email addresses for enrolment purposes for online trainings. We are unable to enroll multiple delegates with one email address. A member of SSM team will email you to confirm the enrolment and provide instructions on how to access the course. You will also receive a separate email with attached documentation /registration/GDPR/ Evaluation/ which need to be fille, as they are priority for issuing the Certificate. Certificates are not generated automatically- upon successful completion of the course, a member of SSM team monitors completions each morning, creates the certificates and then sends them via email the next working day.

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