4 gude nmd mlc - a burden for shipowners

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The NCMM Sea Health Conference 2011 – MLC 2006

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4 gude nmd mlc - a burden for shipowners

  1. 1. MLC 2006A burden for ship owners? Bergen, 23 March 2011 Dep. Dir. Gen. Sigurd Gude
  2. 2. A quick glance on theNorwegian Maritime Directorate Bergen, 23 March 2011 Dep. Dir. Gen. Sigurd Gude
  3. 3. Maritime NorwayProfessional and Ministry of Trade and Industry Ministry of Environmentindustrial bodies NOR/NIS Trade Unions Ship Registers International Coastal Admin. Governing Acts: forums: The Ship Safety and Security Act • IMO Coast Guard • ILO The Norwegian Maritime Code • EU/EØS Seamen’s Act Police • EMSA • ICSW The Petroleum Act Petroleum Safety • Paris MoU • Legislation on environment protection Authority • MAIIF • MAIG • Public Adm. Act /Open Files Act• Nordic maritime Norwegian Accident Admn. Investigation Board
  4. 4. Organigram of NMD4
  5. 5. Key elements in our Strategic Plan 2008-2011 • Highly qualified seafarers with good working and living conditions • Safe and secure ships
  6. 6. Key elements in our Strategic Plan 2008-2011• A clean environment• Quality in all areas• Attractive workplace
  7. 7. MLC 2006A burden for ship owners? Bergen, 23 March 2011 Dep. Dir. Gen. Sigurd Gude
  8. 8. Lecture topics • A retrospective look – ILO 178 • MLC 2006 – what’s new? • The inspection regime of MLC 2006 • Implementation of MLC in Norway in 2007 • A burden on the ship owners?8
  9. 9. A retrospective look – ILO 178 • 1996-revision superseded 1926 conv. • National law/regulation defines application • National law/regulation defines scope of inspection • No provision related to interim certification and/or change of flag • No guidelines • No model forms9
  10. 10. MLC 2006 – what’s new? • Inspection based on the principles of ILO 178 • Uniform application (also under 500 grt) • Interim certification for 6 months • 5 year and intermediate inspections • Model form (check list) for inspection and certificate • ”No blame” re non compliant reporting • Comprehensive, non-mandatory guidelines to the standards10
  11. 11. The inspection regime of MLC 2006 • A new ”breed” of inspectors • Inspection and certification based on: - Model report form - Model certification form - Prima facie evidence - Not more favourable treatment • Potentially time consuming for the Master11
  12. 12. Implementation in Norway In the Norwegian Ship Safety Act of July 2007:• Reg.1.2 (Medical certificate)• Reg. 1.3 (Training and qualifications)• Reg. 2.3 (Hours of work and hours of rest)• Reg. 2.7 (Manning levels)• Reg. 3.1 (Accommodation and recreational facilities)• Reg. 4.1 (Medical care on board ship and ashore)• Reg. 4.3 Health and safety protect. and accident prev.)
  13. 13. MLC 2006 – A burden for ship owners? Not really…… Thank you for your attention!13

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