This toolkit has been created to support economic employers and cargo owners to fulfil their obligations to seafarers on human rights due diligence. It is a joint initiative of the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the UN Global Compact (UNGC), the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).
Caralb signs the Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change. Despite significant efforts by international organizations, governments, industry associations, labor unions, NGOs and individual companies including the adoption on 1 December 2020 by the UN General Assembly of a resolution on International cooperation to address challenges faced by seafarers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to support global supply chains, the issue is still far from resolved.
Since March 2020, seafarers are dealing with some strict measures caused by Covid-19 pandemic. One of the most unbelievable fact is that seafarers are being denied to go ashore when medical care is imperative. IMO issued following press briefing to inform about the release of "Recommendations for port and coastal States on the prompt disembarkation of seafarers for medical care ashore during the COVID-19 pandemic" document with necessary measures to be taken and next steps in case support were needed.
Crew changes are of vital importance for thousands of seafarers and their companies. Proceed to a safe crew change with Caralb
A strolling through El Serrallo, shore neighborhood form Tarragona, where we find some impressive yachts, chatty seagulls and beautiful spots from the promenade.
The Moore Maritime Index (MMI) report on "Shipping trends based on the fleet size" focuses on studying the possible trends and correlations between operating expenses, net income, vessel age, capacity and fleet size.