MSC Cruises strictly complies with applicable laws in all aspects of employment, in particular those laws related to elimination of discrimination in respect of employment. Therefore, MSC Cruises is firmly committed to support equal employment opportunity and diversity by ensuring that all decisions to recruit and promote are based on merit.
We also support and respects internationally recognized human rights in conducting our business relationships and activities worldwide. We believes in and support the fundamental dignity of all employees and do not tolerate any form of harassment or abusive conduct. We recognize the freedom of association of all employees.
MSC Cruises complies with all applicable health and safety regulations, including with the strict requirements of the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention and, in some cases, goes even beyond, by implementing CLIA’s policies in relation to operational safety, fire protection, shipboard security and health.
As a CLIA member, MSC Cruises has adopted practices promoting a safe environment for children and adolescents, including requirements in relation to staff recruitment and vetting to ensure unsuitable persons are prevented from working with children.
MSC Cruises has also taken and will take in the near future measures to manage the risk of modern slavery within its own operations as well as within its supply chain. MSC Cruises is dedicated to conduct its business in a fair, ethical and responsible manner and is committed to ensure slavery and human trafficking is not taking place in its activities and supply chain.