What about working hours?

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However, in the event of an emergency, or to assist other ships or persons in distress, the captain can suspend the work schedule.

The ship must keep records of hours of work and hours of rest, and you must receive an endorsed copy of your hours of work/rest.




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

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