Resources that provide advice, helpful information and support.
International crew webpage
Our international crew webpage pulls together all the information across our website for the international seafarer audience.
Maritime Labour Convention resources
- All Maritime Labour Convention content.
- The Maritime Labour Convention complaint form.
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Resources from other organisations
Seafarer's welfare.org provide resources including a 24-hour helpline and videos:
- Online mental health training - book your place and find out more.
- Seafarer help 24-hour helpline.
- Managing your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Seafarer Welfare Council
The seafarer welfare council has a map of welfare facilities seafarers can access while in Australia.
Visit Seacare—the website of the Seafarer's Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Authority.
Seacare now have a mental health resource centre on their website.
The centre looks at how the nature of seafarers’ work can affect an individual’s wellbeing, such as isolation from family or community supports and other factors impacting mental health.
It also provides a great list of resources for seafarers seeking help for themselves or colleagues.