Maritime Crew Work and Rest Hours Computations for
International Labour Organisation Convention 180 –
Maritime Labour Convention 2006 – Regulation 2.3
including multi-language support.
International Maritime Organisation Convention on
Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers,
1978, as amended in 2010 (Manila Amendments) – Chapter VIII, section
A-VIII/1. Including exception clauses and multi-language support.
United States Oil Pollution Act 1990, Code of Federal
Regulations - Title 33 Part 156 section 210(d) and 46 USC 8104.
OCIMF Recommendations Relating to the Application of Requirements Governing
Seafarers’ Hours of Work and Rest where clauses in above international
regulations are applied throughout the period the crew is at work
Maritime Work Rest Hours, V2010.6.xx
Personal computer running Windows XP or later and
Microsoft Excel 2003, 2007 or 2010.
Relevant requirements of Assessment Module GEN1 1994
This certificate is valid for subsequent versions of the
software, provided the modifications are performed using the change
control process covered by this certification, and appropriate
configuration management is maintained.
Major changes that result in additional functionality or
a wider scope of certification are to be notified to LR and documents
submitted to demonstrate compliance with the assessment criteria.
Appraisal Document No. SWC 1200001 / M1 and its supplementary Software Conformity
Assessment Terms and Conditions form part of this Certificate.