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1. A brief summary / overview of the Maritime Labour Convention "ILO180"
2. A summary of the ILO180 definitions, work and rest hours requirements
3. A summary of the STCW work and rest hours requirements
4. An explanation of the current minimum safe manning certificate
5. Broad general guidelines regarding manning levels
6. Guidelines for compliance with requirements
7. Implementation of ILO 180 hours of work or rest
8. Maintaining records/endorsement monitoring/auditing
9. Watch keeping patterns
10. Optional watch keeping systems
11. Comments on the EU Directive
12. Providing evidence of compliance for PSC
Title: INTERTANKO Guidance Booklet on Seafarers' Hours of Work and Rest (ILO 180 / MLC 2006) (downloadable product)
Number of Pages: 52
Product Code: WS1024EA
Published Date: April 2008
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