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The seafarer family gathering drew over 3,500 people, mainly seafarers, their families, and others involved with the company.
5 million seafarers all over the globe for their unique contribution to society and in recognition of the risks they shoulder in the execution of their duties in an often hostile environment.
This means that a seafarer can be medically examined and proved fit for work on board ship under the flag of one country, but he/she is not, however, fit for the same work under the flag of any other nation.
First, biometrics: an ILO seafarer identification document must incorporate digitised data generated by two fingerprints from a seafarer.
This will neither assist the shipping industry nor the seafarers.
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In order to seriously curb the unreasonable imposition of these fees, the measure now puts a cap on the total fees that lawyers or persons representing the seafarer may collect, to an amount not exceeding 10% of the benefit awarded to the seafarer or his family.
In order to seriously curb the unreasonable imposition of these fees, the bill imposes a cap on the total fees that lawyers or persons representing the seafarer may collect, to an amount not exceeding 10% per cent of the benefit awarded to the seafarer or his family," Manalo pointed out.
On Monday, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) issued a gazette notification clarifying that the period of stay of seafarers outside India will be calculated from the date stamped on their continuous discharge certificate (CDC) " a seafarer's identity document " at the time of joining the ship for the voyage till the date entered in the CDC at the time of signing off.
com)-- The National Foundation for Marine Sciences has announced today that it has received a significant grant from the Seafarer Exploration Corp (SFRX), a company focused on archaeologically sensitive exploration, research and recovery of historic shipwrecks.
She is very kind and comes every year in Ramadan to give us something," said Murad Ali, a Pakistani seafarer working at the harbour, thanking Theresa.
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