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C – 068 [Food and Catering Convention]

ARTICLE 15   This Convention shall be binding only upon those Members of the International Labor Organization whose ratifications have been registered with the Director-General.   It shall come into force six months after the date on which there have been registered ratifications by nine of the following countries: United States of America, Argentine Republic, […]

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C – 068 [Food and Catering Convention]

ARTICLE 7 National laws or regulations or, in the absence of such laws or regulations, collective agreements between employers and workers shall provide for inspection at sea at prescribed intervals by the master, or an officer specially deputed for the purpose by him, together with a responsible member of the Catering department of—   supplies […]

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C – 068 [Food and Catering Convention]

ARTICLE 1 Every Member of the International Labour Organisation for which this Convention is in force is responsible for the promotion of a proper standard of food supply and catering service for the crews of its sea-going vessels, whether publicly or privately owned, which are engaged in the transport of cargo or passengers for the […]

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PORT STATE RESPONSIBILITIES (MLC – 2006)

Purpose To enable each Member to implement its responsibilities under this Convention regarding international cooperation in the implementation and enforcement of the Convention standards on foreign ships.   Inspections in Port Every foreign ship calling, in the normal course of its business or for operational reasons, in the port of a Member may be the […]

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MINIMUM AGE (MLC – 2006)

Purpose To ensure that no under-age persons work on a ship No person below the minimum age shall be employed or engaged or work on a ship. The minimum age at the time of the initial entry into force of this Convention is 16 years. A higher minimum age shall be required in the circumstances […]

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SOCIAL SECURITY (MLC – 2006)

Purpose To ensure that measures are taken with a view to providing seafarers with access to social security protection   Each Member shall ensure that all seafarers and, to the extent provided for in its national law, their dependents have access to social security protection in accordance with the Code without prejudice however to any […]

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FOOD & CATERING (MLC – 2006)

Purpose  To ensure that seafarers have access to good quality food and drinking water provided under regulated hygienic conditions   Each Member shall ensure that ships that fly its flag carry on board and serve food and drinking water of appropriate quality, nutritional value and quantity that adequately covers the requirements of the ship and […]

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MLC – 2006

SEAFARERS’ EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL RIGHTS  Article-IV   Every seafarer has the right to a safe and secure workplace that complies with safety standards. Every seafarer has a right to fair terms of employment. Every seafarer has a right to decent working and living conditions on board ship. Every seafarer has a right to health protection, […]

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