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  1. International Organizations - Seafarers - International agreement

    African Maritime Transport Charter - Revised. - Text in English Texte en français

    Adoption: 2010-07-26 | ORG-2010-IA-67252

    Obliges Contracting Parties to define and implement harmonized shipping policies capable of promoting harmonious and sustained development of the African fleet.

  2. International Organizations - Seafarers - Law, Act

    Code CEMAC de la Marine marchande.

    Adoption: 2001-08-03 | Date of entry into force: 2001-08-03 | INT-2001-L-68887

    Livre I: Dispositions générales (arts. 1 à 19)
    Titre II: Le navire (arts. 20 à 133)
    Livre III: La navigation maritime (arts. 134 à 254)
    Livre IV: Pollution maritime (arts. 255 à 296)
    Livre V: Les gens de mer (arts. 297 à 374)
    Livre VI: Transports maritimes et professions auxiliaires (arts. 375 à 544)
    Livre VII: Régimes disciplinaire et pénal de la marine marchande (arts. 545 à 566)
    Livre VIII: Contentieux maritime (arts. 567 à 607)
    Livre IX: Dispositions finales (arts. 608 à 610)

    Contient notamment des dispositions relatives au contrat d'engagement des marins (arts. 308 à 318); à la cessation de la relation de travail (arts. 319 à 324); à leur placement et à l'exercice de leur profession (arts. 325 à 337); aux salaires, repos et congés (art. 346 à 353) ainsi qu'aux soins et au régime de prévoyance sociale applicable (arts. 355 à 361).

    Est adopté par le règlement n° 03/01-UEAC-088-CM-06 du 3 août 2001. Abroge le Code de la marine marchande de l'U.D.E.A.C du 22 décembre 1994.

  3. International Organizations - Seafarers - International agreement

    United Nations Convention on Conditions for Registration of Ships. Done at Geneva.

    Adoption: 1986-02-07 | ORG-1986-IA-3339

    Official text with annexes contained in the Final Act of the United Nations Conference on Conditions for Registration of Ships. Art. 2(2) provides: "The flag State shall implement applicable international rules and standards concerning, in particular, the safety of ships and persons on board...". In addition, Art. 9: Manning of ships; Art. 11: Register of ships; Art. 14: Measures to protect the interests of labour-supplying countries; Art. 15: Measures to minimise adverse economic effects. Entry into force 12 months after the date on which no fewer than 40 States, the combined tonnage of which amounts to at least 25 per cent of world tonnage, have become contracting parties (Arts. 18 and 19).


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