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Maritime Labour Convention 2006 - For Ship's Masters

The Maritime Labour Convention 2006 provides protection at work for the world's seafarers. It sets out seafarers' rights to decent conditions of work on a wide range of subjects. It replaces almost 70 existing Conventions and regulations, benefitting shipowners with a clear, consistent set of standards with which all must comply.

The Convention is the result of several years of work by shipowners and their representative organisations, national governments and seafarers' trades unions, working together under the  International Labour Organization (ILO).

Target Audience: The program is designed for Ship Masters who need a detailed understanding of the Convention and what it means for their role in an organisation.

Regulations Addressed:
  • MLC 2006

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