Welcome to tuneupyourseahealth.dk. Here you can keep yourself updated and read all about project NEPTUNE. This includes news, reports and events related to the project. You can also take a look in our toolbox, where you can find instructions and forms for use in the optimization of diet and health on board. All publications are assembled on a list of publications, which you can access on the top menu.
Project NEPTUNE is searching for test-vessels
Are you and your shipping company wondering how you can live up to the new health demands in the MLC 2006? This is an excellent (free) opportunity to test the project tools, whilst focusing on your own everyday practices and the possibilities in them. Furthermore you have the opportunity to offer constructive criticism and identify what works and what does not, so that the tools are effective in addressing the challenges they are meant to.
New guide for food supplier contracts
When making a contract with a supplier or when the ship places an order with a supplier, it is a good idea to be aware of the issues described in this guide. SEAHEALTH has produced a guideline that explains how the shipping company can make demands to its suppliers, thereby ensuring a decent quality, and increased transparency of the cooperation between the company and the supplier.
Help us by sharing tips and tricks from your everyday life at sea
There is nothing like being able to ask a colleague for advice. But as a cook alone on board, that can be difficult. On this page, cooks, assistants and anyone who makes food share their knowledge and experience from the galley. All you need to do to participate is describe your own tips and tricks and send them to SEAHEALTH.
NEPTUNE and the MLC 2006 Convention
The ratification of the new MLC 2006 Convention (ILO) challenges the maritime industry with increased focus on environment and health. Both international and national MLC 2006 comes to play a crucial role in shipping companies' management and - ways of improving the living conditions and environment for seafarers. Failure to meet the requirements of the Convention will be directly reflected in future PSC inspections and influence the companies' costs.