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ILO MLC 2006

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Lloyd's Register Marine

on 13 December 2012

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Transcript of ILO MLC 2006


ILO MLC pocket checklist MLC 2006 will form part of the PSC inspection regime and we therefore expect MLC-related deficiencies at PSC inspections to increase. Port State Control Title 1: Minimum requirements to work on board a ship

Title 2: Conditions of Employment

Title 3: Accommodation, recreational facilities, food and catering

Title 4: Health protection, medical care, welfare and social security protection

Title 5: Compliance and enforcement titles Establishes the legal basis for the convention
Provides definitions
Identifies fundamental rights
Establishes principle of flexibility – substantial equivalence
Describes amendment procedures Brings together separate conventions under one title International Labour Organization
Maritime Labour Convention 2006

Qualifying conditions for ratification met 20 August 2012
Entry into force 20 August 2013
Thereafter 12 months after ratification by individual Member states
Entry into force Drafted to help ensure that all seafarers, regardless of their nationality and the flag of the ships they work on, can enjoy decent working and living conditions. 65 5 Lloyd’s Register and the UK P&I Club have developed the ILO MLC Pocket Checklist in both a conventional format and, for the first time ever, a smartphone app, to help ship operators comply with the convention’s requirements and reduce the risk of port state control detentions. The pocket checklist app serves as an interactive tool that enables ships’ crews and their managers to view the requirements of the ILO MLC and check off required activities as they are completed.

The app will be free and available for iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Windows phone and BlackBerry. ILO MLC Pocket Checklist app Lloyd’s Register has now produced six pocket checklists in a series that address regulatory compliance requirements. They have been highly popular with the marine industry worldwide. www.lr.org/mlc www.lr.org/mlc ILO/MLC Pocket Checklist Member Confidence
Sharing risk/premium with ship owners of similar quality
Not subsidising others
Benchmarking
PSC detentions/deficiencies, (far from perfect) but now used as industry benchmark
Intercargo Bulkcarrier DPI’s (2012)
UK Club aim
To be in top quartile (high quality end) of any industry produced PSC figures
LR/UK Club booklets
Excellent way of supporting Club’s LP policy of “raising awareness” to help Members htttp://www.lr.org/mlc
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