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NAF is in dialogue with the company about what deals with the collective agreement point 3.7, Right to disembark. This is a complicated point and has its origin in section 46 of the Seamen's Act.
NAF has asked the company to check this with its organisation, the Norwegian Shipping Association, and hopes that they will agree with our interpretation of this.
We believe that 3.7. The right to go ashore should not be governed by whether one is on a contract as it is read and asserted. NAF believes that the operator must document why this is for emergency reasons and NAF believes that this cannot be claimed unless this is in connection with the installation being moved.
This is a right that the individual has and in any case, those who have an emergency and cannot go ashore in their spare time must have been compensated.
Then this comes with the fact that there is no boat available for everyone else, which NAF believes should be compensated in the same way as when Invincible was in the Åmøyfjord last time.
We will update as soon as we receive a response from the company.