date of signing on onboard the vessel at the original port of engagement, or date of
departure from the original port of engagement, if joining elsewhere. On expiry of ( 12 )
months duration if the vessel has not arrived at any of the ports of normal repatriation
which are convenient to the Company, this agreement will be automatically extended for
maximum further period of ( 2 ) months, without any additional remuneration. If the
Company is unable to repatriate the Seaman for any reason whatsoever ( 2 ) months after
expiry of the agreement, the Seaman will be entitled to additional extension allowance with
effect from date of expiry to the date of repatriation. The Company may, at its direction,
repatriate any Seaman within ( 1 ) month before date of expiry of agreement, if
with any Seaman by giving two weeks notice of termination in writing or by cable or paying
( 30 ) days wages in advance to terminate within ( 24 ) hours without given any reason and
will be responsible for repatriation of the Seaman. The Seaman will also give two weeks
written notice of termination subject to approval and confirmation of Company or refund
( 30 ) days wages in lieu, in which case he shall be responsible for his own repatriation and
otherwise frustrated, which may necessitate termination of the agreement, the Seaman will
be entitled to compensation as stated below unless the Company can offer continuation of
employment on another vessel until expiry of the agreement in the same rank and capacity,
in which case no compensation shall be payable. Should seaman refuse such continuation of
employment, he will not be entitled o any compensation. But if due to lack of time, the
Company requires to repatriated the Seaman to the port of origin before rejoining the
vessel of transfer the Company will pay 50% of the basic wages from the date of
repatriation till the rejoining the vessel and if the Company fails to re-employ at the end of
two months of waiting the Seaman shall be entitled to the compensation accordingly.
compensation as may be current and agreed shall apply in every case where a Seaman
suffers total or partial loss or damaged to his personal effects, as a result of the wreck loss
stranding or abandonment of the vessel on which he was engaged or as a result of fire
flooding or collision there on excluding loss or damage occasioned ( 1 ) by the claimant\u2019s
own fault and (2) by misappropriation larceny or theft and will entitle the Seaman to
recover from the Company compensation to the value of the loss or damaged or in
accordance with the scale annexed here to payment for compensation for loss of effects is
conditional on production of a certificate sign by the Master or his deputy that the loss was
not occasioned under clauses ( 1 ) and ( 2 ) above. In the event of a Seaman losing his life
at the time, compensation for loss of effects will be paid to his widow or child or other
person entitled to his personality. The compensation for loss of personal effects of such
deceased Seaman will be two months pay as payable by the Company.
entered into this agreement shall be as mentioned against their names in the agreement and stated herein and it, has been clearly understood that they shall not be entitled to any other payment or compensation whatsoever, except as stated in this agreement.
Eight hours daily, total watch keeping and
to be compensated with overtime payment in excess of
Tea hours total normal work daily and to
be compensated with overtime payment in excess of
b. Record of overtime work will be maintained by each head of department on board from daily information provided by Deck Bosun, Fitter or Engine Room Bosun and Chief Steward respectively and agree mutually.
c. No allowance will be granted for overtime work perform in emergency affecting safety of the vessel, passengers, crew or cargo of which the Master shall be the sole judge or for exercising fire boat and emergency drill or for general cleaning of quarters.
e. As compensation for overtime work performed by Officers have been incorporated in leave pay,
Officers are not entitled to any separate overtime payment but are required to perform overtime
work if and when required.
Annexure ( A ) in order to maintain essential services or attend to break downs whether at sea or
import during such days, Seaman may be required to perform essential work required by the
Master or Chief Engineer for which ratings will be compensated by overtime payment.
engagement or signing on onboard the vessel whichever is earlier, until the date of arrival at the original port of engagement. If repatriated after completion of agreement and until the date of signing off the vessel. If repatriated at his own request.
service will be entitled to leave pay. The Company may, however grant leave on pro rata basic to these Seamen who have been repatriated by the Company through no fault of their own, or those who have requested repatriation on compassionate grounds, provided their character and conduct are satisfactory. Seamen who are repatriated due to misconduct or termination of contract by ( 2 ) weeks notice by the seamen will not be granted any leave pay.
diligent in their duties at all times and to be obedient to the lawful command of this Master and
superior Officers, and to act in accordance with the regulations for maintaining discipline as
prescribed in the Articles of Agreement of the ship, they also agree to mutually assist one another
in the working of the ship and in any emergency including mooring and unmooring the handling of
cargo, ship\u2019s stores baggage etc.. if so required.
respective head of department, any complaint or grievances including any alleged breach of this
agreement in a quiet and orderly manner. If the Seamen is unsatisfied with the decision or action
of the Master, he may forward his complaint through the Master to the Company. The Company will
advice its decision to the Master. The Company shall not take any action concerning any complaint
from the Seamen which is not represented through the Company.
Authorities at the Port call refusing shore leave to any or all of the ship\u2019s crew the Seamen agree to
remain onboard and shall under no circumstances strike, protect or take part in any action which
may result in impeding the efficient working of the vessel.
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