Danish Maritime Authority to grant MLC exemptions

The Danish Maritime Authority has provided an exemption for up to six months for ships who do not meet all the demands of the Maritime Labour Convention. However, certain demands must be met before the exemption can be given, informs the Danish Maritime Authority.

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Although the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) officially takes effect on August 20th, the Danish Maritime Authority has provided exemptions to shipowners. Therefore, shipowners who do not have the full certificate but do fulfill most requirements can be granted an exemption for up to six months following August 20th, writes the Danish Maritime Authority in an e-mail to ShippingWatch.

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