Implementing ILO MLC 2006 with a Separate StandAlone Manual January 10, 2013 by Officer of the Watch Leave a Comment As time passes by and the enforcement date for the MLC 2006 is getting nearer a very interesting article written by Apostolos Belokas Managing Editor of SAFETY4SEA explains the best approach on implementing the new regulation. Maintaining compliance with Maritime Labour Convention ( MLC 2006 ) Developing SMS forms, operations manuals, SOLAS training manuals, SOPEP manuals and SSP manuals Providing the flag administration and classification society with safety audits and surveys MLC Compliance Manuals The Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), 2006 is an international convention developed under the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
It consolidates a number of existing labour conventions, while introducing modern standards relating to the working and living conditions of The Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC, 2006), which will enter into force in 2012 or 2013, focuses on seafarers rights, safety and health in order to promote a better shipping environment. A training manual to provide guidance on MLC, ILO and STCW related requirements ilo mlc 2006 ILO has adopted" Maritime Labour Convention" (MLC) (known as" ILO Super Convention" ) on February 2006.
ILO has received the 30th ratification of the MLC on of August the 20 th 2012, therefore the regulation came into effect on August 20, 2013. ILO MLC 2006 Manual for Ship Operators. Indicative Contents 1. MLC Procedures. MLC Implementation; Minimum Requirements For Seafarers; Seafarer Awareness, Training& Evaluation MLC Familiarization; Officers Sms Familiarization Checklist; Records Of Hours Of WorkRest; Shipboard Working Arrangements; Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, Having been convened at Geneva by the Governing Body of the Inter Maritime Consulting Maritime Consultancy Safety Management Consultancy is your vital link in the Safety chain for a secure working environment for you and Vivi Mertzani.
Quality Assurance and MLC 2006 Operator at TMS Cardiff Gas Ltd. Arranging revisions of the company's SMS manuals following the instructions of the DPA and Technical Manager, Maintainingupdating records of vessel's certificates, Keeping We evaluate your Safety Management System (SMS) and existing processes. We update the Policies, Manuals, Procedures and Forms. We provide gap analysis in different norms and standards, such as: ISO 9001 ISO OHSAS ISO, ISM, ISPS, MLC 2006, TMSA.
DPA Maritime provides consultancy services which assist in setting up and implementing your marine management systems thereby improving your business efficiency MLC 2006, the Maritime Labour Convention. Prepare and establishment of the SMS manuals and procedures as per the ISM Code as required by SOLAS Convention which is mandatory for