Seamen`s Articles Of Agreement Convention 1926

This Convention is still in force in Jersey, but any ship in possession of the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006 compliance documents shall be considered to be in conformity with this Convention. The International Labour Organization (ILO) has information on the number of seafarers and compliance with conventions by Jersey shipowners. Having decided to adopt certain proposals concerning the Articles of the Seafarers Agreement, this Agreement shall apply to international trade in ships over 100 gross tonnes. By 2013, the convention had been ratified by 60 states. Of the raking States, 15 subsequently terminated the treaty. Seamen`s Articles of Agreement Convention, 1926 is a convention of the International Labour Organization. If they have not yet done so, owners and skippers (masters) must send the following information to the British Jersey Ship Register: Download the Employment Agencies (Registration) (Code of Conduct) (Jersey) Order 1970 on the jersey law website (276kb) . . .