Each Member shall require that records of seafarers’ daily hours of work or of
their daily hours of rest be maintained to
allow monitoring of compliance
with paragraphs 5 to 11 inclusive of the MLC 2006 Standard.
The records shall be in a
standardized format established by the competent authority taking into account
any available guidelines of the International Labour Organization or shall be in
any standard format prepared by the Organization.
They shall be
in the languages required by
paragraph 11 of the Standard. The seafarers shall receive a
copy of the records pertaining to them which shall be endorsed by the master, or
a person authorized by the master, and by the seafarers.
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For organisations, we can customise
the reports (header, logo & nominal textual changes) to conform to their own SMS
At the same time, we can block the
Regime to either REST or WORK as per the organisation's internal policy.
In this report, a day is added or
skipped if the vessel has crossed the international date line from East to West
or West to East and annotated the Hours page accordingly.
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