ASSOCIATED MARINE OFFICERS' AND SEAMEN'S UNION OF THE PHILIPPINES

We aim to implement CBAs that help deliver holistic programs and services such as health programs, education program, welfare plans, and basic needs that our Filipino seafarers deserve.

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Programs & Services

We, in our commitment to provide not only internationally accepted terms and conditions of employment on board vessels covered with AMOSUP CBAs, has institutionalized socio-welfare programs to service members and their dependents.

Family Medical and Dental Plan

Me and my family’s health is in good hands because AMOSUP provides health care services and has top-notch hospitals in the Philippines.

Basic Needs

AMOSUP ensures that me and my basic needs are met through housing, lodging, and grocery benefits.

Education & Training

We are skilled and competent because AMOSUP by ensuring that we are trained by the best instructors and that we learn in a engaging learning environment.

Welfare and Legal Services

I am sure that me and my family's welfare are in good hands.

News & Updates

September 15, 2017

GUIDANCE ON MARITIME SECURITY TRANSIT CORRIDOR | Combined Maritime Forces

The following information from the Combined Maritime Forces (CMF) relates to transits through the Gulf Read More

August 25, 2017

ReCAAP urges crews for extra vigilance in Sulu-Celebes Sea

During 15-21 August, two incidents of armed robbery against ships were reported to the ReCAAP Read More

July 11, 2017

Seamen’s Hospital Family Doctors Carry Out ‘Operation Tuli’ at Seamen’s Village

  Doctors from the Department of Family and Community Medicine carried out their “Operation Tuli” Read More

July 11, 2017

Department of Family and Community Medicine: Gatekeeper of Union’s Healthcare System

  The department also renders service projects geared towards health and wellness programme for AMOSUP Read More

July 11, 2017

Cruise Seminar Draws More Participants

This year’s workshop generated one of the largest in attendance of seafarers from different cruise Read More

July 11, 2017

MAAP Turns Over Senior Cadets To Their Respective Ships

A total of 150 midshipmen who obtained their bachelor’s degrees in Marine Transportation and Marine Read More

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