Human Element (MLC-STCW)

Human Element is the key element for the protection of life and environment. The welfare of the seafarers is the basis for a healthy company. In this respect we provide a range of supporting manuals to fully cover your needs.

What you get


  • Compliance with obligatory IMO regulations, national and International legislation
  • Easy documentation and Training Procedures where needed
  • Links with existing systems as appropriate
  • Tailor made manuals according to your needs

Download list of the manuals at the end of this Article

 
MLC 2006

The ILO adopted the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC, 2006), in February 2006. The Convention was expected to come into force in 2011 or early 2012.
The MLC 2006 applies to all ships engaged in commercial activities, whether privately or publicly owned. However, it does not apply to ships that navigate inland waters where port regulations apply, or ships engaged in fishing or similar. Also the certification of MLC 2006 applies to ships of:
(1) 500 GRT or over, engaged in international voyages, and
(2) 500 GRT or over, flying the flag of a member state and operating in another country from a port, or between ports.

For your proper preparation for the implementation of MLC 2006:

  • We review your operations, procedures, processes and all the employment agreements used for your crew members.
  • On board your vessel, we undertake a full review against the MLC, 2006 requirements, including an inspection of the accommodations.
  • Once the flag administration has issued the DMLC Part I detailing its national requirements, your company must produce a document, DMLC Part II, which must detail what measures you will adopt to ensure ongoing compliance with the legislation. We can prepare DMLC Part II manual and assess compliance with the flag legislation.

Our work addresses the inspection criteria taking into account the five titles of the Convention:

  • Title 1: Minimum requirements for seafarers to work on 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 - on board complaint procedures.

Health & Hygiene
This manual is applicable to any organization or company that wishes to:

  • Establish a Health & Hygiene management system to eliminate or reduce risk to employees and other interested parties who may be exposed to Health & Hygiene risks associated with its activities;
  • Implement, maintain and continually improve an Health & Hygiene management system;
  • Assure itself of its conformance with its stated Health & Hygiene policy;
  • Demonstrate such conformance to others;
  • Make a self-determination and declaration of conformance.

Crowd – Crisis Management
The mandatory requirements for the training of masters, officers and ratings on tankers are set out in Regulation V/1 of the Annex to the STCW Convention, as amended in 1995, and Section A-V/1 of the STCW Code. These guide lines are effective from 1st August 2005.
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Download list of the manuals below

 

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