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(05) Indonesia inspection mechanism: a way to comply with maritime labour convention, A Indah Camelia, Dr. Lina Hastuti

A Indah Camelia
Universitas Airlangga
Email: Indah.camelia@fh.unair.ac.id
Dr. Lina Hastuti
Universitas Airlangga
Email: lina@fh.unair.ac.id

DOI: 10.47556/J.WJEMSD.19.1-2.2023.4

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the necessity of the Indonesian government to establish a national legal framework and inspection mechanism based on Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) by emphasising its role as a flag state, a coastal state, a labour supplier state, and a port state.

Design/methodology/approach: This is doctrinal research that applies a system-structural analysis by identifying, selecting, and synthesising all relevant sources, data, and provisions on the intended topic.

Findings: After MLC was ratified through Law No. 15/2016, some technical provisions passed as mandated by the law. However, even now in 2021, insufficient comprehensive technical regulation for conducting standard inspection assessments hinders national maritime industry compliance. As a temporary measure in 2020, the authority relied on co-operation and assistance from another state/institution to conduct the assessment.

Originality/value: This paper was based on the research carried out in 2020-2021 and has not been published in any journal.

Keywords: Maritime Labour Convention (MLC), Seafarer, Indonesia, Inspection Mechanism, Comply, State Roles.

Citation: Camelia, A.I. and Hastuti, L. (2023): Indonesia Inspection Mechanism: A Way to Comply with Maritime Labour Convention. World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, Vol. 19, No. 1/2, pp. 39–51.

WJEMSD V19 N1-2 2023 Camelia_Hastuti.pdf
WJEMSD V19 N1-2 2023 Camelia_Hastuti.pdf
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