Mlc 2006 Seafarers Employment Agreement Pdf

Where the seafarer is directly employed by the shipowner, the SEA must be located between the seafarer and the shipowner and must be signed by both the seafarer and the shipowner or an agent of the shipowner. Any signatory authorised by the shipowner to sign SEAS for seafarers working on the ship should be mentioned in Part 2 of the declaration on respect for the ship`s maritime work. If a seafarer is not directly employed by the shipowner, but by a third party (e.g. B a personnel agency), the employer must be a contracting party to the SEA. In such cases, the shipowner (or an agent of the shipowner) must also sign the agreement to ensure that the shipowner fulfils all the employer`s obligations to the seafarer under the ITA under Parts 1 and 2 of Annex 1 to this CONVENTION if the employer does not comply with these obligations. The “Model Maritime Employment Contract for an Employed Seafarer” (see Annex 2 to this MGN) therefore provides that the employer and the shipowner and seafarer sign the SEA. Standard A2.1(1)(c) provides that the shipowner and the seafarer concerned shall each have a signed original of the seafarers` contract of employment, without indicating that this original must be on board. Since Standard A2.1, paragraphs 1(d) and 2 only require the availability on board of a copy of the agreement and any applicable collective agreement, it is not necessary for the originals to be kept on board. Yes, that is acceptable. The MLC does not require that an agreement signed with a local union be approved by the ITF.

However, the conditions set out in the cost-benefit conditions of use shall contain the minimum requirements of standards A2.1.4, 2.1.5 and 2.1.6. Standard A2.1.6 concerns the short-term or short-term termination of the employment contract for reasons of compassion or urgency. In this case, no penalty is imposed on the seafarer, such as the deduction of seafarers` salaries, the cost of the replacement ticket. The administration may accept the crew chief as the “employer” in the employment contract, but the crew manager is not the shipowner in accordance with the MLC (Article II(j)) who has agreed to assume the tasks and responsibilities imposed on shipowners under the Convention. . . .