CrewPlan Fullfills Requirements MLC

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Thursday, July 18, 2013

HMC supports objective of the ISM to ensure safe operations.


When the Maritime Labor Convention (MLC) of 2006 comes into force it will replace and update more than 68 International labor standards related to the maritime sector adopted over the last 80 years.  The MLC will provide seafarers with fair terms of employment and certifies the working and living conditions of all ships over 500 GT in the International trade. Ship-owners will benefit from having a clear, consistent set of standards which must comply. On the 20th of August 2013 all ships which trade internationally must meet the new requirements of the MLC.


HMC’s CrewPlan helps complying to these MLC regulations by managing crew certificates, physical checks, on and off times and managing documents. The program gives automatic warnings for the renewal of certificates with expiry dates and has the ability to combine crew and voyage schedules.


The software supports the objectives of the ISM to ensure safe operations. The program supports different log in levels, checks on certificates, physical checks and the qualifications of the crew. Furthermore it has an efficient and user-friendly interface. In contrary to existing crew management systems, CrewPlan focuses on small to medium sized shipping companies with up to 10 vessels in business.


Be in compliant with MLC 2006 and contact us about our  limited CrewPlan offer. In contrary to existing crew management systems, CrewPlan is available for only € 895,-.
 

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