Maritime Labor Convention 2006 (ILO) overview
This 2-Day MLC training course immediately precedes or follows the ISM/ISO/DPA five day course (not a prerequisite) and will provide the participant with an overview of the implementation of the International Labor Organization (ILO) Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC). This training course is designed to demonstrate the qualifications of participants in the relevant aspects of MLC-2006, the ability to maintain and update expertise and the necessary knowledge of the requirements of MLC-2006 as well as applicable national laws, regulations and other relevant instruments. Particular attention will be placed on Owner responsibility and inspections. This course is of value to everyone whose duties involve matters of safety, operations of ships as well as other involved in the shipping industry. Surveyors or Auditors experienced in maritime inspections, surveys or audits; Flag State or Port State Control Inspectors; Independent Surveyors, Maritime Lawyers, Maritime Business Trainers, Maritime Advisors, Representatives of seafarers and shipowners organizations, Ship agents and, Ship Owners, Ship Operators, Masters, Chief Engineers, Companies responsible for the Safety Management Systems, Crew & Ship Agencies and other persons. This 2-Day MLC training course will cover the regulatory content of the practical part (Ship inspection) compliance and Enforcement Minimum Requirements for Seafarers to work on a ship Conditions of Employment Accommodation, recreational facilities, food and catering Health protection, medical care, welfare and social security Regulation Flag State Responsibilities Authorization of Recognized Organization (RO) Maritime Labour Certificate (MLC) and Declaration of Maritime Labour Compliance Inspection and Enforcement Inspection & Certification requirements Certification Participants will receive a Maine Maritime Academy certificate after successfully completion of individual evaluations, signed by Certified Trainer Mary Lee Tuen .Methods: PowerPoint presentation, videos, cases studies, working group. PreRequisite Basic Maritime Knowledge.
Min 4 / Max 12