ICS and ITF have jointly published these guidelines to assist governments, welfare agencies and other relevant parties in drafting their own guidelines for implementing the welfare provisions of the MLC.
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ICS has produced a brochure for the high-level UN Ocean Conference highlighting the industry’s support for UN Sustainable Development Goals. The ICS commitment to the UN Ocean Conference can be seen here: https://oceanconference.un.org/commitments/?id=15734
The Paris MoU and Tokyo MoU will conduct a joint Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on Safety of Navigation. ICS has therefore developed guidance on the CIC on Safety of Navigation, which was distributed to ICS Members on 1 August and is now publicly available.
(based on ICS Tanker Safety Guide - Chemicals)
Compares flag State laws on armed guards and arms on board
Annual Review 2017
All seafarers have the right to work without suffering harassment and bullying. ICS and ITF have together produced this guidance for shipping companies, seafarers and seafarers’ organisations and other parties on what they can do to eliminate harassment and bullying.
These shipping industry guidelines help shipowners ensure to the greatest extent possible that their end of life ships will be recycled at facilities that are compliant with the standards enshrined in the IMO Hong Kong Convention, in advance of the global regime entering into legal force.
This Manpower Report 2015 was withdrawn in June 2021 and replaced by the Seafarer Workforce Report 2021 Edition. A comprehensive report on the global manpower situation in the shipping industry prepared by BIMCO and ICS.