Accommodation of Crews Convention (Revised), 1949

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ILO Convention
C92
Accommodation of Crews Convention (Revised), 1949
Date of adoption June 18, 1949
Date in force January 29, 1953
Classification Safety, Health and Welfare
Subject Seafarers
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Accommodation of Crews Convention (Revised), 1949 is an International Labour Organization Convention.

It was established in 1949, with the preamble stating:

Having decided upon the adoption of certain proposals with regard to the partial revision of the Accommodation of Crews Convention,...

Modification[edit]

This Convention is a partial revision of Convention C75 - Accommodation of Crews Convention, 1946, which never came into effect.

Ratifications[edit]

As of 2013, 47 states have ratified the convention. Of the ratifying states, 16 have subsequently denounced the convention.

The following countries have ratified this Convention:
Country Date Country Date Country Date Country Date
Bulgaria 12/29/1949 Turkey 3/17/2009 Iraq 12/1/1977 Montenegro 6/3/2006
Cyprus 9/19/1995 (denounced) Netherlands 6/17/1958 (denounced) Panama 6/4/1971 Australia 6/11/1992 (denounced)
Egypt 8/4/1982 Ghana 3/18/1965 Sweden 7/18/1950 (denounced) Israel 8/21/1980
Spain 7/14/1971 (denounced) Italy 6/23/1981 Azerbaijan 5/19/1992 Liberia 6/21/1977 (denounced)
Algeria 10/9/1962 Luxembourg (denounced) 2/15/1991 Ireland 7/21/1952 France (denounced) 10/26/1951
Romania 10/11/2000 Ukraine (as the Ukrainian SSR) 6/17/1970 Italy 6/23/1981 Brazil 6/8/1954
Serbia (as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) 11/24/2000 (denounced) Cuba 4/29/1952 Croatia 8/10/1991 (denounced) Poland 4/13/1954 (denounced)
Denmark 9/30/1950 (denounced) Norway 6/29/1950 (denounced) Costa Rica 6/2/1960 Guinea-Bissau 2/21/1977
Equatorial Guinea 4/23/1996 United Kingdom 8/6/1953 Russian Federation (as the Soviet Union) 11/4/1969 (denounced) Republic of Moldova 12/12/2005
Bosnia and Herzegovina 6/2/1993 The Republic of Macedonia 11/17/1991 Belgium 8/30/1962 Belize 7/15/2005
Finland 12/22/1951 (denounced) Tajikistan 11/26/1993 Germany 8/14/1974 Angola 6/4/1976
Greece 12/2/1986 (denounced) Slovenia 5/29/1992 New Zealand 5/31/1977 Kyrgyzstan 3/31/1992


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