What about recruitment?

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Crew manning agencies offering recruitment services must not charge you for finding you work. You can only be charged for the costs of obtaining your national statutory medical certificate, national seafarers’ book, passport or similar personal travel documents.












Related documents:
Maritime Labour Convention 2006 (1099kb PDF)

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A Seafarers' Bill of Rights


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ILO Maritime Labour Convention

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