- MLC 2006
- The Maritime Labour Convention - MLC 2006 Comes Into Force in August
16 August 2013
The long awaited international Maritime Labour Convention (known as the MLC 2006) will finally come into effect on the 20th August 2013, bringing with it a host of new regulations regarding the employment and working conditions of many luxury yacht crew.
- The MLC 2006 Report
27 November 2013
Discussion around the MLC 2006 has been circulating for several years, long before it was ratified this past August. Camper and Nicholsons Crew Placement Division was determined to be, not only well-versed in this new legislation, but also to be one of the first crew agencies to achieve complete compliancy. We were successful in this endeavour and were awarded the Lloyd’s Register Statement of Co...
- The MLC 2006 Series Continues With The Contract
4 February 2014
This month, Camper & Nicholsons International brings you up to speed on the implications that the MLC 2006 has in a legal SEA (Seafarer's Employment Agreement).
- Interpreting and Correctly Recording Seafarer’s Hours of Rest
6 March 2014
The International Labour Organisation’s Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (MLC 2006), came into effect for all commercial yachts on 20th September 2013 with the purpose of clarifying many of the existing maritime codes and conventions with regard to crew employment, working and living conditions, as well as introducing new legislation designed to protect the labour rights of professional seafarers.
- Our MLC 2006 series continues... With dayworker's rights
7 May 2014
This month, Camper & Nicholsons International brings you up to speed on the rights of dayworkers.