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  1. Nigéria - Dockers - Loi

    Nigerian Maritime Labour Act, 2003 (Act No. 10 of 2003). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2003-06-25 | NGA-2003-L-87603

    Part I - Establishment of the Joint Maritime Labour Industrial Council and its Functions
    Part II - Staff of the Council
    Part III - Financial Provisions
    Part IV - Registration of Dock Workers, Stevedoring Companies, Terminal Operators
    Part V - Registration of Seafarers and Seafarer Employers
    Part VI - Obligations of Registered Dock Workers, Seafarers, Stevedoring Companies, Jetty and Terminal Operators
    Part VII - Conditions of Service of Dock Workers and Seafarers
    Part VIII - Establishment of Maritime Labour Monitoring Committee etc.
    Part IX - Establishment of a Pool of Dock Workers and Seafarers
    Part X - Establishment of Maritime Labour Welfare Disengagement Fund
    Part XI - Legal Proceedings
    Part XII - Miscellaneous

    Repeals the Nigerian Dock Labour Act (Act No. 37 of 1999)

  2. Nigéria - Dockers - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    National Dock Labour Decree. No. 13.

    Adoption: 1979-04-09 | NGA-1979-R-26574

    Establishes a National Dock Labour Board whose functions include, among other things, providing for registration of dock workers, regulating their conditions of service, establishing a pension scheme for dock workers, and providing for their training and welfare. Decree also establishes Local Dock Labour Committees and establishes disciplinary procedures for dock workers.

  3. Nigéria - Dockers - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Dock Labour (Registration and Control of Employment) Rules (Application) Declaration (L.N. 15 of 1971), as amended to 1989-12-31.

    Adoption: 1971-04-01 | NGA-1971-M-42159

    Applies the Dock Labour (Registration and Control of Employment) Rules (L.N. 39 of 1967) to the Ports of Warri, Port Harcourt and Calabar.

  4. Nigéria - Dockers - Loi

    Lagos Port Operations (Special Provisions) Act (No. 5 of 1971), as amended to 1989-12-31.

    Adoption: 1971-01-23 | NGA-1971-L-42160

    Establishes a Lagos Port Operations Committee, headed by a Port Manager, with the functions of supervising work of persons carrying out operations at Lagos Port; directing necessary repairs and construction; and expelling persons whose presence is not conducive to the functions of the Committee.

  5. Nigéria - Dockers - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Dock Labour (Registration and Control of Employment) Rules (L.N. 39 of 1967), as amended to 1989-12-31.

    Adoption: 1967-03-08 | NGA-1967-R-42158

    Sets out obligations of dock workers and employers. The Port Labour Office shall register dock workers and employers shall keeps records of hours worked by employees and wages paid to them (ss. 3-5). A preference worker who reports for duty on each day of the month shall be guaranteed 15 days of work a month or an equivalent sum of money (s. 9). The National Council of Ministers may set up a pool of dock workers (ss. 13-16).

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