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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the CES CBT CD-0257 test on the subject «Stress Management». Practice like this will help you as a marine specialist improve your knowledge with the help of online studying and appraisal practice. CES based on practical information and marine specialists experience.

CES tests developed for evaluating seaman basic knowledge by Seagull Company (rebranded as «OTG»), is an evaluating online-tool, used for revealing any professional preparation needed in specific fields of knowledge, defined by STCW.

CES tests have proven themselves as good tools for the selection and recruitment process, as well as advancing the level of knowledge of the current officers and crew. Ocean Technologies Group use various subjects for question creation, which includes:

  • Crowd and Crisis Management;
  • Integrated Navigation System (INS);
  • Ballast water management;
  • Handling and Stowage;
  • Vessel operation management and safety;
  • Marine engineering;
  • Maintenance and repair, etc.

Current test contains Seagull CES questions on the subject «Stress Management». Those questions can be used for competence verification specialist capable of preventing accidental situations related with transporting safety, or also for self-examination.

«Stress Management» subject includes theoretical and practical information about advanced training for work on any type of vessel. Knowledge of this information directly shows employee’s competence who holds a relevant post on a vessel. Stress management is critically important for sailors on a ship due to the unique conditions and challenges they face in their professional lives. Working on a ship can be physically and emotionally demanding, with long periods of being away from family and familiar surroundings. Pressure, isolation, and constant variable conditions can induce stress and impact the psychological and physical well-being of sailors. Stress management enables them to cope with these challenges, maintain safety and efficiency on the ship, and promote long-term psychological health and resilience for the entire crew.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Stress Management» contains 42 questions you need to answer with no possibility to go back to previous question. Therefore, we recommend carefully reading each question and making decision with no hurry. In case you have some difficulty answering, you have also possibility to request a hint.

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A Chief Engineer begins to feel irritable restless and unapproachable upon discovering that more than 5 % of the planned maintenance jobs were not completed on time. What behavioural symptom of stress is being shown by the Chief Engineer?
Unapproachable.
Irritable
Restless
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A newly promoted chief mate is to be in charge of the safety committee meeting for the first time. While waiting for the meeting to commence the chief mate starts getting nervous and restless with the hands becoming cold and sweaty. For which one of the types of stress given in the options are these typical symptoms?
Acute stress.
Chronic stress.
Next question
An officer feels that he is constantly behind his schedules. Requests keep dropping down at him. He has trouble sleeping and is spending all his time accomplishing crucial tasks. He begins to lose interest in his work. He has a hard time concentrating on his responsibilities and has a headache most of the time. What kind of stress does he experience?
Acute stress.
Chronic stress.
Next question
An officer will give a presentation for the rest of the officers onboard for the first time. While waiting for his turn to present, he starts getting nervous and restless and his hands become cold and sweaty. What kind of stress does he experience?
Acute stress.
Chronic stress.
Next question
In the Four Step Model of managing stress, what should you do next after identifying the stress symptoms and acknowledging your stress?
Identify the stressors that provoked the stress.
Determine the applicable coping strategies.
Take time to relax.
Determine your personality type.
Next question
Negative thoughts are starting to fill up the officer’s head. Hence, he decided to sit down and examine if his thoughts have anything to do with reality. Which of the mentality tools is he using?
Thought awareness.
Rational thinking.
Positive thinking.
Next question
Of the two ABs, Peter works faster than Greg. While Peter is usually much more competetive and aggressive, Greg takes his assigned jobs one at time and works steadily. Which one of the two ABs is LESS prone to stress?
Greg will probably be less prone to stress.
Peter will probably be less prone to stress.
Both of them will probably be equally prone to stress.
Neither of them is likely to be less prone to stress.
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Of two ABs, Peter works faster than Greg. While Peter is often very competitive and aggressive, Greg takes his assigned jobs one at time and works steadily. Which one of the two ABs is MORE prone to stress?
Greg will probably be more prone to stress.
Peter will probably be more prone to stress.
Both of them will probably be equally prone to stress.
Neither of them is likely to be more prone to stress.
Next question
Peter, the Second Officer, is losing interest in his work as there are always new demands and all of his time is spent on crucial tasks. Often, he feels behind schedule, finds it difficult to concentrate or sleep and has headaches. For which one of the following types of stress are these typical symptoms?
Acute stress.
Chronic stress.
Work stress.
Personal stress.
Next question
Peter, the Second Officer, is losing interest in his work as there are always new demands and all of his time is spent on crucial tasks. Often, he feels behind schedule, finds it difficult to concentrate or sleep and has headaches. In the above scenario what psychological symptom of stress does Peter show?
He has trouble sleeping.
He is losing interest in his work.
He has a hard time concentrating on his responsibilities.
He has a headache most of the time.
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Peter, the Second Officer, is losing interest in his work as there are always new demands and all of his time is spent on crucial tasks. Often, he feels behind schedule, finds it difficult to concentrate or sleep and has headaches. In the above scenario, what physical symptom of stress does Peter show?
He has trouble sleeping.
He is losing interest in his work.
He has a hard time concentrating on his responsibilities.
He has a headache most of the time.
Next question
Research shows that a high level of stress has a large impact on the safety awareness and capability of an individual to perform the tasks. Which one of the ranges given in the options is recognised as the percentage of workplace accidents caused by stress?
10-30 %.
30-60 %.
60-80 %.
80-90 %.
Next question
Select one phrase from those given in the options which correctly completes the following statement. A person experiences chronic stress when they are faced with a stressful situation and they:
Can cope with it.
Cannot cope with it.
Cannot identify the symptoms.
Cannot identify the stressors.
Next question
Select the one term from those given in the options which most accurately completes the following statement. All of the following are behavioural symptoms of stress EXCEPT for:
Difficulty in making decisions.
Reduced performance.
Lack of interest.
Lapse of memory.
Next question
Select the one term from those given in the options which most accurately completes the following statement. All of the following are physical symptoms of stress EXCEPT for:
Headaches.
Dizziness.
Difficulty in breathing.
Sadness.
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Select the one term from those given in the options which most accurately completes the following statement. All of the following are psychological symptoms of stress EXCEPT for:
Reduced performance.
Irritability.
Sadness.
Lapse of memory.
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Select the one term from those given in the options which most accurately completes the following statement. Negative thinking causes stress because it damages your confidence. All of the following tools are useful in combating negative thinking EXCEPT:
Rational thinking.
Prioritization.
Thought awareness.
Positive thinking and affirmation.
Next question
Select the one term from those given in the options which most accurately completes the following statement. The ability to manage stressors is referred to as:
Coping.
Stress relieving.
Problem solving.
Resource management.
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The Second Mate, who is about to go on watch so cannot take any rest, is stressed and exhausted after more than 5 hours of cargo operations. For motivation, they repeatedly think of an inspirational line – “I can do it!”. What one of the following stress coping strategy is the Second Mate using?
Rational thinking.
Prioritization.
Thought awareness.
Positive thinking and affirmation.
Next question
The officer is stressed out, and to get hold of what he thinks about the situation, he examines his thoughts for a while. Which of the mentality tools below is he using?
Thought awareness.
Rational thinking.
Positive thinking.
Next question
The officer noticed that negative thoughts dominate his mind. He wanted to replace these thoughts with positive ones by affirming to himself that he could achieve his goals, and by believing that he is a valued person, etc. Which of the mentality tools is he using?
Thought awareness.
Rational thinking.
Positive thinking.
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Uncertainty is one of the causes of stress. Which one of the actions identified in the options should you do in order to combat uncertainty?
Motivate yourself that there is nothing to worry about.
Convince others to entertain you.
Ask for the information that you need.
Divert your focus to other concerns.
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What conditions below describe a stressed out person?
The situation must be interpreted as stressful.
The person must be good at coping with stress.
The person must be bored at work.
The person must be unable to cope with stress.
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What is the most effective way to counter uncertainty?
Telling yourself that there is nothing to worry about.
Asking for the information you need.
Convincing yourself that you might be the one who does not listen carefully enough.
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What should you avoid when you are stressed?
Nicotine.
Sleep.
Alcohol.
Caffeine.
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What type of personality is most vulnerable to stress?
A-type persons.
B-type persons.
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Which group of symptoms below is composed of behavioural symptoms?
Difficulty in making decisions, being unapproachable and quick-tempered, having many conflicts with colleagues or family members, lack of empathy, low self-esteem.
High blood pressure, pain in the chest, lack of or increased appetite, headache, dizziness, cold and sweaty hands, difficulty in breathing.
Nervousness, lapse of memory, difficulty in concentrating, sadness, wanting to cry at the smallest things, tiredness, restlessness, suppressed anger.
Next question
Which group of symptoms below is composed of physical symptoms?
High blood pressure, pain in the chest, lack of or increased appetite, headache, dizziness, cold and sweaty hands, difficulty in breathing.
Difficulty in making decisions, being unapproachable and quick-tempered, having many conflicts with colleagues or family members, lack of empathy, low self-esteem.
Nervousness, lapse of memory, difficulty in concentrating, sadness, wanting to cry at the smallest things, tiredness, restlessness, suppressed anger.
Next question
Which group of symptoms below is composed of psyhological symptoms?
Nervousness, lapse of memory, difficulty in concentrating, sadness, wanting to cry at the smallest things, tiredness, restlessness, suppressed anger.
Difficulty in making decisions, being unapproachable and quick-tempered, having many conflicts with colleagues or family members, lack of empathy, low self-esteem.
High blood pressure, pain in the chest, lack of or increased appetite, headache, dizziness, cold and sweaty hands, difficulty in breathing.
Next question
Which one of the factors given in the options is the most likely to make someone stressed.
Stressors.
Coping.
Demands.
Goals.
Next question
Which one of the following is an example of workplace stressor?
Self-sacrifice.
High job demands.
Harassment.
Contentment.
Next question
Which one of the following is the first step in the Four Step Model of managing stress?
Identifying the stressors that provoked the stress.
Identifying your stress symptoms.
Acknowledging your stress.
Finding your coping strategies.
Next question
Which one of the following is the fourth step in the Four Step Model of managing stress?
Identifying the stressors that provoked the stress.
Identifying your stress symptoms.
Acknowledging your stress.
Finding your coping strategies.
Next question
Which one of the following options is NOT a measure that you can take in order to reduce stress?
Prioritize tasks.
Say no if you think you cannot manage the task well because of time and resource constraints.
Plan your time.
Spend some relaxation time every day.
Next question
Which one of the following statements about acute stress is correct?
Acute stress is helpful in moving us towards the achievement of our goals.
Acute stress is caused by frustration, anger, rejection, distraction, distrust, and depression.
Acute stress causes the release of a damaging amount of adrenalin.
Acute stress happens to us when we feel that things are beyond our control.
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Which one of the following statements about chronic stress is FALSE?
Chronic stress arises when you feel that the situation is beyond your control.
Chronic stress is harmful and must be controlled.
Chronic stress is considered a life energy force in the body and a key ingredient of optimal performance.
I don’t know.
Next question
Which one of the statements given in the options about individual stressors is NOT correct?
Ambitious and harassed people have a high risk of developing stress.
People who have a tendency to put other people or cases before themselves are more vulnerable to stress.
People who are reflective and show no interest in social status are vulnerable to stress.
Next question
Which one of the statements given in the options about personalities and stress is NOT correct?
People who tend to except too much from themselves even though such expectations are seemingly unrealistic and unattainable are more exposed to stress.
People with marked A-type behaviour have the biggest risk of developing stress.
People with marked B-type behaviour work steadily and take things one at a time.
People with marked B-type behaviour are aggressive and competitive.
Next question
Which one of the terms given in the options is used to identify the process by which you observe your thoughts for a while, especially when under stress, and become aware of what is going through you head?
Rational thinking.
Prioritization.
Thought awareness.
Positive thinking and affirmation.
Next question
Which one of the terms given in the options is used to identify the tool that is used to combat negative thinking by reviewing all negative thoughts and assessing if they are true?
Rational thinking.
Prioritization.
Thought awareness.
Next question
Which one of these groups of stress symptoms are behavioural symptoms?
Difficulty in making decisions, being unapproachable and quick-tempered, lack of empathy.
High blood pressure, headache, difficulty in breathing, dizziness.
Nervousness, lapse of memory, difficulty in concentrating, sadness.
Sweaty hands, eczema, nausea, lack of appetite.
Next question
Which one of these groups of stress symptoms are psychological symptoms?
Nervousness, lapse of memory, difficulty in concentrating, sadness.
Sweaty hands, eczema, nausea, lack of appetite.
High blood pressure, headache, difficulty in breathing, dizziness.
Difficulty in making decisions, being unapproachable and quick-tempered, lack of empathy.
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