Crew & Crewing
To gain understanding about the most challeging areas of the Maritime Labour Convention 2006.
Experience with Maritime Labour Convention, 2006
Who should attend:
Duration: 1 day
The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC 2006) is in force and every ship and ship owner has to comply with it. But what is the learning curve within the past few months. Where are the major findings detected during Maritime Labour Inspections? Where could your system be improved to be ahead of upcoming problems?
Within the course you will refresh your general knowledge about the MLC 2006 requirements, application and responsibilities. One focus will be laid on the Declaration of Maritime Labour Compliance (DMLC) Part I and Part II and its relation to other maritime management systems.
Subjects that are relevant for special consideration will be discussed with a workshop character so that an exchange of experience between the participants is triggered. Taking examples of some flag states and their national requirements to be complied with in DMLC Part II will build the basis to have a closer look to understand the variations and sensitive areas in selected topics within the MLC 2006.
The course focuses on:
- MLC structure and requirements
- Inspection and certification process
- Breakdown of deficiencies
- Requirements of example flag states
- Different approaches and related challenges