In this Part, unless the context otherwise requires,-
(a) "Declaration of Maritime Labour Compliance" means a declaration issued by the Director-General of Shipping or by any officer, authority or organization authorized by him in this behalf, in respect of a ship that it meets with the requirements and standards set out in the provisions of the Maritime Labour Convention;
(b) "Maritime Labour Certificate" means the certificate issued by the Director-General of Shipping or by any officer, authority or organisation authorised by him in this behalf, in accordance with the provisions of the Maritime Labour Convention;
(c) "Maritime Labour Convention" means the International Convention of Maritime Labour Organisation on Maritime Labour Standards signed in Geneva on the 23rd February, 2006;
(d) "seafarer" means any person who is employed or engaged or works in any capacity on board a sea going ship, but does not include-
(i) the employment or engagement or work on board in any capacity of any person in a ship of war; or
(ii) any Government ship used for military or non-commercial purposes.