MLC 2006 News

ILO MARITIME LABOUR CONVENTION (MLC 2006)” IMPLEMENTATION, VESSEL PREPARATION & CERTIFICATION ONE-DAY TRAINING COURSE SPECIFICATION

This extremely effective, interactive one-day course is recommended for shore based personnel and sea going personnel in Ship Management Companies. It will not only highlight the new Maritime Labour Convention requirements but it will also provide implementation methodologies, documentation solutions for companies and will train attendees in the vessel preparation and MLC audit process on board.

 

The course is a combination of presentation, lecturing and practical workshop exercises, so that the attendees can grasp the extent of the new regulations and prepare their companies and ships for full implementation and certification.

The course is divided in 2 Parts.

PART 1 is focused on presenting the MLC 2006 and its requirements and highlighting the challenges that Shipping Companies and Manning Agents are faced with. During part 1 all the MLC 2006 regulations and requirements will be presented, interpreted and analysed so that an understanding of the implementation requirements will be achieved by the participants.

PART 2 is focused on the on board audit and MLC certification process. During part 2 the necessary implementation steps shall be analysed and presented. Furthermore a simulation of the on board process will be presented and potential non conforming issues will be analyzed. Specific cases shall be presented and various Flag States additional requirements shall be covered. Part 2 will cover all the training needs that Ship Managers may have in order to satisfy the MLC certification requirements.

CERTIFICATE

A Certificate of Attendance is provided on completion of the Course.

COURSE AIMS

  • To present the new ILO role in shipping
  • To present, explain and analyze the new implementation requirements
  • To present time framework and the enforcement process
  • To present the Flag and Port State roles
  • To provide implementation methodologies
  • To establish the process for vessels preparation and MLC certification
  • To simulate the on board audit

COURSE OBJECTIVES

By the end of the course delegates should be fully aware of the new ILO MLC 2006 implementation requirements and be able to prepare their company’s management system and ships accordingly.

COURSE PROGRAMME

PART 1 - MLC 2006 AWARENESS AND IMPLEMENTATION REQUIREMENTS

From 10:00 to 13:00 hrs.

  • What is the ILO
  • Introduction to the Maritime Labour Convention 2006
  • Detailed requirements of Maritime Labour Convention regulations
  • Compliance & Enforcement process
  • The Flag & Port State role
  • Flag State specific implementation and certification requirements (Marshall Islands, Liberia, Bahamas, Panama, Cyprus and other Flags

PART 2 - COMPANY AND VESSEL PREPARATION & ON BOARD MLC AUDIT

From 14:00 to 18:00 hrs.

  • Labour Supplying countries status (Philippines States, India, Greece and other), employment agreements and Collective Bargaining agreements.
  • The Gap Analysis process
  • Company preparation and compliance – Documentation amendments and compliance matrix
  • RPS (Manning Agent) preparation and compliance – Regulation 1.4
  • Ship preparation and action required on board
  • On board MLC audit simulation
  • Certification process and cycle (MLC & DMLC )
  • Shaping overall strategy for your company and ships
  • Putting the puzzle together
  • Overall evaluation
  • Open discussion

WHERE

The course is carried out at TQC premises (training room) for a limited number of 12 attendees.

Comprehensive, bound course notes are included.

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