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TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON STANDARDS OF TRAINING, CERTIFICATION AND WATCHKEEPING FOR SEAFARERS, 1978



1 Pursuant to the decision of Parties to the International Convention on
Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW), 1978,
made during the sixty-second session (24 to 28 May 1993) of the Maritime Safety
Committee of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and subsequent
decisions by IMO's Council at its seventieth session and the Assembly at its
eighteenth session and, in accordance with article XII(l)(b) of the said
International Convention, a Conference of Parties to the International Convention
on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, was
convened, in consultation with the Director-General of the International Labour
Office, to consider and adopt amendments to the Annex to the 1978 STCW
Convention and an associated Seafarers' Training, Certification and Watchkeeping
(STCW) Code.

2 Upon the invitation of the International Maritime Organization, the
Conference was held in London from 26 June to 7 July 1995.

3 Representatives of 71 Parties to the 1978 STCW Convention participated in
the Conference, namely the representatives of:

ALGERIA FINLAND

ANGOLA FRANCE

ARGENTINA GABON

AUSTRALIA GERMANY

BAHAMAS GHANA

BELGIUM REECE

BENIN ICELAND

BRAZIL INDIA

BULGARIA INDONESIA

CANADA IRELAND

CHILE ISRAEL

CHINA ITALY

COLOMBIA JAMAICA

COTE D'lVOIRE JAPAN

CROATIA LATVIA

CUBA LIBERIA

CYPRUS LIBYAN ARAB
DENMARK JAMAHIRIYA

ECUADOR LUXEMBOURG

EGYPT MALAYSIA



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MARSHALL ISLANDS SLOVENIA

MEXICO SOLOMON ISLANDS

MYANMAR SOUTH AFRICA

NETHERLANDS SPAIN

NEW ZEALAND SWEDEN

NIGERIA TUNISIA

NORWAY TURKEY

PANAMA UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

PAPUA NEW GUINEA UNITED KINGDOM OF

PERU GREAT BRITAIN AND

PHILIPPINES NORTHERN IRELAND

POLAND

PORTUGAL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

REPUBLIC OF KOREA URUGUAY

ROMANIA VANUATU

RUSSIAN FEDERATION VENEZUELA

SAUDI ARABIA

4 The following States sent observers to the Conference:

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA

CONGO

ESTONIA

HOLY SEE

IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)

MOROCCO

THAILAND

UKRAINE

5 Hong Kong, an Associate Member of the International Maritime Organization,
sent observers to the Conference.



6 The following organizations of the United Nations system were represented at
the Conference:

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE,

ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO)

INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION (ILO)

7 The following intergovernmental organizations sent observers to the
Conference:

COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY (EC) LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES

INTERNATIONAL MOBILE SATELLITE ORGANIZATION (Inmarsat)

EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF POSTAL

AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS ADMINISTRATIONS (CEPT)


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8 The following non-governmental organizations sent observers to the
Conference:

INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF SHIPPING (ICS) INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING FEDERATION LTD (ISF) INTERNATIONAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LTD (ICC)

INTERNATIONAL CONFEDERATION OF FREE TRADE UNIONS (ICFTU)

THE BALTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARITIME COUNCIL (BIMCO)

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIES

(IACS)

LATIN AMERICAN SHIPOWNERS' ASSOCIATION (LASA)

OIL COMPANIES INTERNATIONAL MARINE FORUM (OCIMF)

INTERNATIONAL MARITIME PILOTS' ASSOCIATION (IMPA)

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DRILLING CONTRACTORS (IADC)

INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF SHIPMASTERS' ASSOCIATIONS

(IFSMA)

OIL INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION FORUM (E & P FORUM)

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INDEPENDENT TANKER OWNERS (INTERTANKO)

SOCIETY OF INTERNATIONAL GAS TANKER AND TERMINAL OPERATORS LIMITED (SIGTTO)

INTERNATIONAL LIFEBOAT FEDERATION (ILF) INTERNATIONAL ROAD TRANSPORT UNION (IRU) INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF CRUISE LINES (ICCL)

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DRY CARGO SHIPOWNERS (INTERCARGO)

9 The Conference was opened by Mr. W.A. O'Neil, Secretary-General of the
International Maritime Organization.

10 The Conference elected Mr. T.R. Funder, Head of the delegation of Denmark,
President of the Conference.

11 The following were elected Vice-Presidents of the Conference:
Mr. Ahoula Browa (Cote d'lvoire)

Mr. Badawi Abd-Elwahab (Egypt) Mr. A. Rozental (Mexico) Mr. J. Brillantes (Philippines) Mr. W.R. Dernier (South Africa)


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12 The Secretariat of the Conference consisted of the following officers:

Secretary-General Executive Secretary Deputy Executive Secretary Assistant Executive Secretary


Mr. W.A. O'Neil

Secretary-General of the Organization

Mr. E.E. Mitropoulos Director, Maritime Safety Division

Mr. T. Fossum Senior Deputy Director, Maritime Safety Division

Mr. J.L. Thompson Deputy Director, Maritime Safety Division


13 The Conference established the following Committees:


Committee of the Whole Chairman Vice-Chairman Vice-Chairman

Drafting Committee Chairman Vice-Chairman Vice-Chairman


Captain J.H.A. Gauw (Netherlands) Captain D. Geraci (Argentina) Mr. M.T. Addico (Ghana)

Mr. J. Briggs (Australia) Captain F. Escobar (Ecuador) M. J.-M. Schindler (France)


Credentials Committee

Chairman Mr. D. Dimitrov (Bulgaria)

The Drafting Committee was composed of representatives of the following States:

AUSTRALIA

CHILE

CHINA

ECUADOR

FRANCE

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

SINGAPORE

TUNISIA

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

15 The Credentials Committee was composed of representatives of the following
States:

BULGARIA

INDIA

PERU

PORTUGAL

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

16 The Conference used as the basis of its work a draft text of amendments to
the Annex to the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification
and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, a draft Seafarers' Training, Certification and
Watchkeeping (STCW) Code and associated draft Conference resolutions.


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17 The Conference also considered proposals, comments and observations
submitted to the Conference by Governments Parties to the 1978 STCW
Convention and international organizations concerned.

18 As a result of its deliberations, recorded in the reports of the respective
Committees and in the records of decisions of plenary meetings of the Conference
and meetings of the Committee of the Whole, the Conference adopted:

 

- the amendments to the Annex to the International Convention on Standards
of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978, together
with resolution 1 on adoption of the amendments, which constitute
Attachment 1 to this Final Act; and

- the Seafarers' Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) Code,
together with resolution 2 on adoption of the Code, which constitute
Attachment 2 to this Final Act.

19 The Conference also adopted the following resolutions set forth in Attachment
3 to this Final Act:

Resolution 3: Resolution 4:

Transitional provisions

Training of radio operators for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS)


Resolution 5:


Training in crisis management and human behaviour for personnel serving on board ro-ro passenger ships


 


Resolution 6: Resolution 7:


Training of personnel on passenger ships

Monitoring the implications of alternative certification


 


Resolution 8: Resolution 9: Resolution 10:


Promotion of the technical knowledge, skills and professionalism of seafarers

Development of international standards of medical fitness for seafarers

Training of maritime pilots, vessel traffic service personnel and maritime personnel employed on mobile off-shore units


Resolution 11: Resolution 12: Resolution 13: Resolution 14:

Promotion of technical co-operation

Contribution of the World Maritime University (WMU) in the achievement of enhanced standards of maritime training

Revision of model courses published by the International Maritime Organization

Promotion of the participation of women in the maritime industry

with the

20 This Final Act is established in a single original text in the Arabic, Chinese,

English, French, Russian and Spanish languages and is deposited Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization.

21 The Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization shall send:

(a) certified copies of this Final Act, including Attachment 3, to the Governments of States invited to be represented at the Conference;


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(b) certified copies of the texts of the amendments to the 1978 STCW
Convention and the STCW Code, together with resolution 1 on the
adoption of the amendments and resolution 2 on the adoption Or the
STCW Code, to all Parties to the 1978 STCW Convention, in conformity
with article XII(l)(b)(ii) thereof; and

(c) copies of the texts of the amendments to the 1978 STCW Convention and
the STCW Code, together with the respective associated resolutions 1 and
2, to Governments of States which are not Parties to the 1978 STCW
Convention.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned have affixed their signatures to this Final Act.

DONE AT LONDON this sixth day of July one thousand nine hundred and ninety-five.

(Signatures omitted)


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