|Document ID (ISN)||53753|
|Convention or series no.
||ILO Report MEI BS/1989/1
||Guide-lines for procedures for the inspection of labour conditions on board ships [ILO]
||Directive concernant les procédures applicables à l'inspection des conditions de travail à bord des navires [BIT] [in French]|
||ILO Publications, International Labour Office, 1211 Genève 22, Switzerland, 1989. 45p.
||These guide-lines were adopted by a tripartite ILO meeting of experts held in Geneva during October 1989. They are intended to assist ship inspectors, labour inspectors and others concerned with labour and social conditions on board ship to carry out examinations or inquiries. National laws and regulations or agreements between shipowners and seafearers relating to seafarers' labour and social conditions, laid down in conformity with the provisions of Convention No. 147, must be observed by both national and foreign flagships calling at their ports. Annex I contains substantive provisions of the Merchant Shipping (minimum Standards) Convention, 1976 (No.147) Annex II contains substantive provisions of the labour inspection (Seamen) Recommendation, 1926 (No.28).
||occupational hygiene; occupational safety; labour inspection; ships; conditions of work; ILO
||fire fighting; directive; welfare facilities; occupational diseases; report; food; labour-management relations; group catering; machinery; ship holds; vocational training; work time schedules; compensatory leave; injuries; age limit; ambulance rooms; personal protective equipment; fire prevention; workmen's compensation; young persons; sanitary facilities; accommodation; rest rooms; qualifications; medical examinations; role of labour inspection; conference; occupational safety and health
||F - Information notes, codes of practice, standards
||Transport and communications
|Broad subject area(s)
||Industries and occupations