The MLC-2006, which stands for the Maritime Labour Convention, aims to protect and improve the working conditions of seafarers internationally. The MLC-2006 applies to all seagoing vessels involved in commercial activities.
Vessels from 500 GT must be certified for MLC-2006. Ships up to 500 GT do not need this, but must meet the MLC-2006 requirements. MLC certification consists of a MLC certificate and a Declaration of Maritime Labour Compliance (DMLC) Part I and II.
In DMLC Part I, the flag state indicates how the MLC has been implemented in national legislation. In DMLC Part II, the ship owner indicates by which procedures the ship continuously complies with the MLC regulations. Rood Boven Groen developed an online tool, the MLC Document Generator, for the preparation of this DMLC Part II,
• Implementation MLC 2006
• Perform MLC gap analysis to clarify your compliance
• Drafting action plan
• Implementation of MLC 2006
• Internal and external MLC audits
• MLC training of office staff and crew members
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