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Reports & Publications | 31 May 2023

The Mass Human Element - Collating Seafarers' Voices: Perspectives and Expectations

Taking the input of seafarers on current ongoing developments in the maritime industry has been considered sensitive and political but is critical at this juncture...

Reports & Publications | 15 May 2023

International Polar Code

In this leaflet, you will find information on how the Polar Code applies to you and your vessel, what you need to do, and how to prepare for polar waters operation.

Reports & Publications | 27 Mar 2023

ITF Statement to AP Moller - Maersk Annual General Meeting 2023

The following statement was submitted by the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) on behalf of the ITF Maersk Network for AP Moller – Maersk...

Reports & Publications | 24 Mar 2023

ITF Priorities for Maersk Investors 2023

This briefing for investors analyses A.P. Moller – Maersk’s approach to Environmental, Social and Governance issues in the year to March 2023. It highlights...

Reports & Publications | 23 Mar 2023

Opportunities for Seafarers and National Maritime Policies: Navigating beyond the chaos of the pandemic

In Opportunities for Seafarers and National Maritime Policies: Navigating beyond the chaos of the pandemic, industry experts identify crucial lessons coming out of...

Reports & Publications | 07 Mar 2023

Essential public services, essential workers’ health briefing paper

This briefing provides a summary of research carried out on behalf of the ITF on the mental health of public transport workers, with a focus on young workers. The...

Reports & Publications | 01 Mar 2023

ITF Statement: Voluntary certifications and standards

The ratification of the work in fishing convention (ILO C188), proper consultation with workers and worker’s representatives, formal social dialogue and...

Reports & Publications | 14 Feb 2023

ITF Annual Report 2023

Transport workers move the world. The Covid-19 pandemic made this clearer than ever before, as transport workers did what they have always done for countries,...