Recruitment Fraud Policy
Oceanscan is committed to reducing the risk of recruitment fraud, and as such we aim to protect both clients and candidates from any fraudulent activities arising from the recruitment process. We do this by ensuring that our staff are fully trained in our policies and procedures, and are in turn able to offer expert advice at all times.
As an organisation it is our priority to encourage all with whom we do business, to be aware of the below statements as guidance should they be faced with any form of recruitment fraud. This policy is compliant with the Maritime Labour Convention 2006. The following key statements have been defined by the company, as suitable measures in the detection and prevention of recruitment fraud.
The following key statements have been defined by the company, as suitable measures in the detection and prevention of recruitment fraud.
If you have been contacted or approached by a person claiming to represent Oceanscan Ltd, and you have concerns regarding the ethics and integrity of that person, or you have been affected by the statements listed above, we kindly request that you contact Oceanscan as soon as possible at
This policy has been reviewed, and issued by the Company’s Directors who take full responsibility for its execution and as such will bring it to the attention of all employees.
A message to our Clients and Candidates:
Oceanscan has its own Visa coordinator, Abby Breen. Abby is fully trained to guide clients and candidates throughout all Visa processes.