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The Merchant Shipping (Local Passenger Vessels)(Masters' Licences and Hours, Manning and Training) Regulations 1993

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Interpretation for Part III

10.—(1) In this Part—

“employer”, in relation to a master who has command of a vessel in the course of his employment, means the person who employs that master in that employment;

“master” has the meaning given by regulation 11 below;

“working day”, in relation to any person to whom this Part applies means—

(a)

any period during which he is on duty and which does not fall to be aggregated with any other such period by virtue of paragraph (b) of this definition; and

(b)

where a period during which he is on duty is not followed by an interval for rest of not less than 8 hours, the aggregate of that period and each successive period until there is such an interval as aforesaid, together with any interval or intervals between periods so aggregated.

(2) For the purposes of this Part a director of a company shall be deemed to be employed by it.

(3) In this Part references to a person being on duty are references—

(a)in the case of a master who has command of a vessel in the course of his employment, to his being on duty (whether for the purpose of having the command of a vessel to which this Part applies or for other purposes) in the employment of the person who employs him in that employment or in any other employment under that person; and

(b)in the case of a master who has command of a vessel for the purposes of a trade or business carried on by him, to his having command of a vessel to which this Part applies for the purposes of that trade or business or being otherwise engaged in work for the purposes of that trade or business, being work in connection with such a vessel or the passengers carried by it.

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