GUIDELINES ON THE TRAINING OF SHIPS COOKS
|Author(s)||Sectoral Activities Department|
|D O W N L O A D|
The ILO adopted the MLC 2006 at a special Maritime Session which was held in Geneva. The basic goals of the subject convention were to ensure the protection of the seafarers rights worldwide. Another declared goal was to established a field for the UN Members and owners of the ships who are committed to providing proper working/living conditions on board.
Everyone shall have a clear understanding of the importance of decent food and nutrition to the people on board. Food is deservedly considered crucial to maintaining due health and morale of the crew members who will not be able to perform their day-to-day duties in the effective manner without safe and nutritious as well a appealing food.
The present document will provide relevant guidelines adopted by a tripartite agreement of the recognized experts from the governments, seafarer organizations, owners and their advisers plus the observers from various international and governmental organizations.
The publication of the guidelines was authorized by the Governing Body. The volume is designed to provide some practical help to those drafting national guidelines. The authors hope that this document will eventually make a valuable contribution to both health and morale of the workers.
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