- Unit: Maritime Training, Maritime
The concentrated inspection campaign (CIC) for 2016 in the Paris MoU will focus on the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), 2006. The CIC is scheduled to take place from September to November this year. Do you comply with all MLC requirements?
The CIC focuses on specific areas to verify compliance with international regulations – either where high levels of deficiencies have been encountered by Port State Control Offers or where new convention requirements have recently entered into force. The aim is to gather information and raise the level of compliance. The campaigns are combined with regular inspections.
Living and working conditions for seafarers continue to be a priority. After the entry into force of the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC 2006) in 2013 the upcoming CIC will verify compliance with the Convention which is mandatory for each ship and ship owner.
Do you need more information about MLC?
In the Maritime Academy course “Complying with the MLC 2006” you will learn about the most common challenging areas that were identified by DNV GL since entry into force of MLC 2006.
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.
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.