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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the Computer Based Test (CBT) also known as Crew Evaluation System (CES) on the subject «Container Fires». Practice like this will help you as a marine specialist improve your knowledge with the help of online studying and appraisal practice. CES/CBT based on practical information and marine specialists experience.

CES & CBT 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:

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  • 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 «Container Fires». Those questions can be used for competence verification specialist capable of preventing accidental situations related with transporting safety, or also for self-examination.

«Container Fires» subject includes theoretical and practical information about cargo containers fires and ways to avoid them. Knowledge of this information directly shows employee’s competence who holds a relevant post on a vessel, provides to heavily understand the IMDG code, determine the possible fire reasons of a cargo containers, know what can be the possible reason of catching fire, ways to extinguish containers, as well as take precautions to prevent any interactions between container contents.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Container Fires» contains 99 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 container of scrap metal catches fire. What should be your first reaction?
Open the container vents.
Seal the container vents.
Cool the container.
Flood the container with water.
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With what would you extinguish a calcium hypochlorite container fire?
Water.
Dry chemicals.
Dry powder.
Foam.
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A dangerous cargo has a flash point of 35 °C. Which option best describes the meaning of this statement?
The cargo will produce vapours at 35 °C.
At 35 °C the cargo will produce vapours that will ignite in air when in contact with an open flame.
At 35 °C the cargo will produce vapours that will automatically ignite in air.
Above 35 °C the cargo will produce vapours that will automatically ignite in air.
Below 35 °C the cargo will produce vapours that will automatically ignite in air.
Next question
A flammable liquid, which is also toxic, appears on a shipper’s declaration as class 3 (sub risk class 6.1). What would be the main concern to fire-fighters? Select all applicable answers:
The flammability of the substance.
Fire-fighting procedures associated with IMDG class 3 goods.
The toxicity of the substance.
Fire-fighting procedures associated with IMDG class 6 goods.
Fire-fighting procedures associated with IMDG classes 3 and 6 goods.
Next question
A ship’s response to a container fire will be carried out in accordance with the shipboard emergency plan. Where will you find more detailed procedures for fighting container fires?
SOPEP manual.
SOLAS 74.
IMDG EmS Guide.
Ship’s fire plan.
Next question
By what criteria are explosives sub-classed, under the IMDG Code? Select all applicable answers:
The extent of risk whilst carrying in package form.
The extent of risk whilst carrying in containers.
The degree of hazard.
The nature of hazard.
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By what is a dangerous substance listed in the IMDG Dangerous Goods List?
Proper Shipping Name (PSN).
Trade name.
PSN and subsidiary name.
Abbreviated trade name.
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By what other names is Calcium Hypochlorite shipped? Select all applicable answers:
B-K Powder.
Bleaching powder.
Calcium hypochloride.
Calcium oxychloride.
Chloride of lime.
Chlorinated lime.
Next question
Choose the combination of actions given in the options by which you are most likely to extinguish a reefer container electrical fire? Select all applicable answers:
By turning off the electrical supply to the container.
Using, preferably, a portable dry powder fire extinguisher.
Using a foam fire extinguisher.
Using a chemical fire extinguisher.
Next question
For ships carrying poisonous substances, what does the IMDG Code provide? Select all applicable answers:
Fire-fighters should wear protective clothing.
Fire-fighters should use self-contained breathing apparatus.
Fire-fighters should stay as far as possible from such substances.
Fire-fighters should spray burning containers with water.
Fire-fighters should allow a fire to be extinguished on its own.
Next question
How many fire hose teams are generally required to cool containers effectively?
One.
Two.
Three.
Four.
Next question
If water ingresses into a container of drums, containing chemical wastes, what could be a source of ignition? Select all applicable answers:
Sparking.
Heat.
Friction between the cargo and packaging.
Contact between the cargo and the drum wall.
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In general, how would a rise in temperature affect hazardous chemicals? Select all applicable answers:
By heating the carrying containers.
By building up vapour pressures inside drums, or packages.
By de-stabilising chemical wastes.
By causing sparks – a source of ignition.
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In general, what would extinguish corrosive substances on fire? Select all applicable answers:
Foam.
Water.
Dry powder.
Any extinguishing medium.
Next question
In the EmS column of the IMDG Code, what is F-B?
Non-water-reactive flammable liquids.
Water-reactive substances.
Explosive substances and articles.
Oxidising substances with explosive potential.
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In the EmS column of the IMDG Code, what is F-H?
Non-water-reactive flammable liquids.
Water-reactive substances.
Explosive substances and articles.
Oxidising substances with explosive potential.
Next question
In the IMDG Code, how has the potential for harm to personnel, the environment or equipment been assessed? Select all applicable answers:
In terms of the chemical properties of dangerous goods.
In terms of the physical properties of dangerous goods.
In terms of the reactivity of dangerous goods.
In terms of the corrosiveness of dangerous goods.
In terms of the toxicity of dangerous goods.
In terms of the flammability of dangerous goods.
Next question
In the IMDG Code, what class of cargoes are liable to spontaneous combustion?
Class 3.
Class 4.2.
Class 5.1.
Class 5.2.
Next question
In the IMDG EmS column, what does an underlined EmS code indicate? Select all applicable answers:
A hazardous substance.
Hazardous material.
A substance for which additional advice is given in the emergency response procedures.
A material for which additional advice is given in the emergency response procedures.
An article for which additional advice is given in the emergency response procedures.
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In the IMDG EmS column, what does the first EmS code refer to?
The relevant spillage schedule of a particular substance.
The relevant fire schedule of a particular substance.
The properties of a particular substance.
The relevant sub-class of “Explosives” of a particular substance.
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Into how many hazard divisions are explosives sub-divided?
Three.
Four.
Five.
Six.
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Once a container catches fire how would you expect the fire to spread, without the flames being affected by wind?
Downwards.
Sideways.
Upwards.
In all directions.
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Once a container catches fire, what could happen to the container above it? Select all applicable answers:
It would be affected by heat.
It would lose strength.
It could collapse.
Its cargo could catch fire.
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To what substances does the term “Subsidiary Risk” apply? Select all applicable answers:
Substances that pose more than one hazard characteristic.
Substances that have a main and secondary hazard.
Substances that pose a risk.
Substances that ignite spontaneously.
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Under SOLAS, what is the requirement for cargo manifests, for ships carrying dangerous goods? Select all applicable answers:
There must be a special list that sets forth the dangerous goods on board.
The list must show the location of dangerous goods on board.
There must be a manifest that sets forth the dangerous goods on board.
The manifest must show the location of dangerous goods on board.
A detailed stowage plan may be carried.
Ships must carry a special list, manifest and a detailed stowage plan of dangerous goods on board.
Next question
Under burning cargo has been positively identified, what must you do? Select all applicable answers:
Cool adjacent containers.
Maintain a safe distance from the container on fire.
Fight the fire from as close as possible.
Use at least two fire-fighting teams.
Await master’s orders.
Next question
What are flammable solids liable to? Select all applicable answers:
Deterioration.
Emitting hydrogen.
Spontaneous combustion.
Emitting flammable gases.
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What are self-igniting substances? Select all applicable answers:
Substances that ignite by applying an external flame or spark.
Substances that ignite without applying an external flame.
Substances that ignite without applying a spark.
Materials that ignite without applying a spark.
Next question
What are some of the major shipboard concerns when fighting container fires? Select all applicable answers:
Deciding upon a safe distance from which to fight a fire.
Not knowing whether there are stowaways in containers.
The possibility of a sudden flare-up of under-deck fires.
Communications.
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What are some of the major shipboard fire-fighting concerns on modern ships? Select all applicable answers:
Ships not being properly equipped with fire-fighting means.
Not knowing how much water is safe to deal with a particular fire.
Being unable to penetrate a container, to extinguish burning cargo.
Crews not properly equipped to fight container fires.
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What are spontaneously combustible substances? Select all applicable answers:
Substances with a potential to self-heat.
Substances with a potential to self-ignite.
Substances liable to heat when in contact with air.
Substances liable to catching fire.
Substances liable to explosion.
Next question
What are the additional fire safety measures for ships carrying dangerous goods? Select all applicable answers:
Segregation of dangerous goods.
Separation of dangerous goods from sources of ignition.
Provisions for appropriate personal protective equipment.
Provisions for fire protection systems to protect the ship from added fire hazards.
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What are the advantages of the more robust types of water mist lances? Select all applicable answers:
They can penetrate steel containers.
They can reach the heart of the fire.
They supplement the use of fire hoses.
They can replace fire hoses.
They provide a form of protection to fire-fighters.
Next question
What are the advantages of using mobile high expansion foam generators when fighting container fires? Select all applicable answers:
Foam can reach the heart of a container fire.
Foam can be used in a hold, where a ship’s hatch covers have been damaged.
Large spaces can be flooded in a relatively short time.
Some types of high expansion foam generator can be left unattended at the scene of fire.
Next question
What are the characteristics of scrap metal? Select all applicable answers:
It presents a low fire-risk except when mixed with swarf.
It is likely to heat up due to vibration and friction.
It is likely to heat up when loaded wet.
It is liable to spontaneous heating.
Next question
What are the concerns when using carbon dioxide gas, for extinguishing under-deck fires aboard mega carriers? Select all applicable answers:
The supply of carbon dioxide gas is severely limited.
Carbon dioxide may be ineffective in extinguishing under-deck fires.
Large amounts of carbon dioxide gas are required.
The gas may leak via the hatch seals.
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What are the dangers of burning containers, with regard to fire-fighters? Select all applicable answers:
The containers may be too high up in the stack.
Containers could collapse onto the fire-fighters.
Cargo explosions may shatter containers.
Burning containers could fall overboard.
Next question
What are the disadvantages of using mobile high expansion foam generators when fighting container fires? Select all applicable answers:
Foam cannot reach the heart of a container fire.
Foam is not very efficient in cooling the boundaries of enclosed spaces on fire.
Foam cannot effectively flood large spaces.
Foam generators must be attended to at all times.
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What are the disadvantages of using portable fire extinguishers when fighting container fires? Select all applicable answers:
They are not suitable for extinguishing all types of burning cargoes.
They provide only limited amounts of fire-fighting substances.
They cannot be used to penetrate a container’s sidewalls.
They are used for fighting fires on deck only.
They do not perform well, when in close vicinity of a fire.
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What are the limitations of a lashing bridge, with respect to container fire-fighting operations?
It does not allow fire-fighters access to both ends of reefer containers.
It does not allow fire-fighters access to both ends of forty-eight foot containers.
It does not allow fire-fighters access to both ends of forty-foot containers.
It does not allow fire-fighters access to both ends of twenty-foot containers.
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What are “combustible” substances? Select all applicable answers:
Substances capable of ignition.
Substances capable of burning.
Substances that can be set on fire.
Substances that can burn easily.
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What dangers are associated with the carriage of empty tank containers? Select all applicable answers:
They are not properly labelled.
They are not always empty and have been found to contain cargo residues.
An empty container could produce dangerous air-vapour mixtures.
When stowed close to a burning container there could be a high risk of explosion.
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What determines “Class”, with respect to the carriage of dangerous cargo?
The nature of the cargo.
The property of the cargo as determined by scientific tests.
The susceptibility of a substance to catching fire.
The hazard, or most predominant hazard, the cargo presents during carriage.
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What facilities fire-fighters in getting closer to burning forty-foot containers, on-deck?
The lashing bridge.
Water mist lances.
The foam generator.
Self-contained breathing apparatus.
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What general precautions should be exercised so as to minimise a fire risk on board ship? Select all applicable answers:
Never commence fire-fighting operations without master’s orders.
Never carry out repairs in any compartment containing explosives.
Special care should be exercised when carrying out repairs in adjacent compartments.
Never carry out welding in cargo spaces, unless in an emergency.
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What hazards are associated with the carriage of Ammonium Nitrate? Select all applicable answers:
It decomposes, emitting flammable vapours.
It starts heating uncontrollably.
It can burn vigorously or explode.
At certain temperatures it emits toxic fumes.
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What hazards are associated with the carriage of Calcium Hypochlorite? Select all applicable answers:
The cargo can explode.
The cargo can decompose and emit heat.
The cargo can emit both heat and oxygen affecting other containers.
A cargo fire cannot be extinguished.
Next question
What information would you find in the introduction to the EmS Guide? Select all applicable answers:
Preparations to minimise and/or reduce a fire risk on board.
Steps to identify the dangerous good(s) and their properties in the event of a fire.
Steps to be taken to cool and exclude oxygen when fighting a fire.
Significant steps to be taken when responding to a dangerous goods fire.
Next question
What information would you need to enter the IMDG dangerous goods list? Select all applicable answers:
The “Not Otherwise Specified” (NOS) name of a particular substance.
The proper shipping name of a particular substance.
The UN number of a particular substance.
The trade name of a particular substance.
Next question
What is a combustion triangle? Select all applicable answers:
A heat-fuel-oxygen triangle.
A fire triangle.
A model to understand the ingredients necessary for most fires.
A model to understand the ingredients necessary for container fires.
A model to understand the ingredients necessary for shipboard fires.
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What is a proper shipping name? Select all applicable answers:
A name provided by a shipper.
The technical name of a product listed in column 2 of the IMDG.
A Not Otherwise Specified name.
An abbreviated trade name.
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What is the advantage of using the water screen over a conventional fire hose when fighting container fires? Select all applicable answers:
It can deliver water in a vertical range, of up to twenty meters.
It is made of more robust material than a fire hose.
It is guaranteed to extinguish container fires.
It allows fire-fighters to keep well clear of burning containers.
Next question
What is the concern regarding water jets from fire hoses, reaching burning containers around the sixth tier?
There is no real concern.
The water jets will make the deck slippery and dangerous.
The water jets will turn into spray.
The water jets will be less effective than spray.
Next question
What is the correct fire-fighting procedure associated with burning Ammonium Nitrate? Select all applicable answers:
Spray the exterior surfaces of burning containers with water.
Use thermal protective wear.
Approach the containers from downwind.
Approach the containers from upwind.
Use self-contained breathing apparatus.
Flood burning containers with water.
Next question
What is the correct fire-fighting procedure associated with burning Anhydrous Ammonia? Select all applicable answers:
Restrict cargo ventilation.
Lightly spray the exterior surfaces of burning containers with water.
Ventilate the fire.
Use dry chemical fire extinguishers.
Use self-contained breathing apparatus.
Next question
What is the danger associated with carrying radioactive substances in sound plastic bags? Select all applicable answers:
The contents of the bags could react with the plastic.
The bags could allow diffusion of contents.
Static electricity could be produced.
The plastic packaging will catch fire.
Next question
What is the fourth element in the fire tetrahedron? Select all applicable answers:
A combination of fuel, heat and oxygen.
Combustible material.
The sustaining chemical reaction.
Combustion.
Next question
What is the greatest risk in the handling and transport of goods of class 1? Select all applicable answers:
The cargo being carried in package form.
Fire from a source external to the goods.
Explosions.
Hazards to personnel.
Next question
What mobile fire-fighting equipment could be used to aid fire-fighting operations on board? Select all applicable answers:
Water curtains.
Hi-ex generators.
Water mist lances.
Portable water monitors.
Deluge systems.
Next question
What must a fire-fighter wear prior to entering an enclosed space? Select all applicable answers:
Proper footwear.
Safety helmet.
Self-contained breathing apparatus.
Protective clothing.
A gas mask.
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What must a fire-fighter, wearing self-contained breathing apparatus, ensure?
That any space to be entered does not contain carbon dioxide gas.
That there is a backup team behind him.
That the mask is fitted properly.
That there is a fire burning below decks.
That dangerous goods are not on fire.
Next question
What needs to be displayed on a fumigated container? Select all applicable answers:
The IMDG fumigation warning sign.
The name of the fumigant.
The date the fumigant was applied.
The name of the shipper.
The name of the consignee.
Next question
What options could be considered when faced with a calcium hypochlorite container fire? Select all applicable answers:
Fight the fire using water.
Use mobile fire-fighting equipment such as a piercing applicator.
Put into a port of refuge.
Attempt to jettison the container.
Flood the cargo hold with carbon dioxide gas.
Next question
What personal injuries can burning anhydrouns ammonia cause? Select all applicable answers:
Severe burns, upon contact.
Loss of eyesight.
Severe damage to respiratory membranes.
Numbness.
Next question
What precautions are recommended when carrying Calcium Hypochlorite? Select all applicable answers:
Containers should be stowed on-deck.
Containers should be stowed clear of living quarters.
Containers should be stowed on-deck, away from sources of heat.
Containers should be stowed under-deck.
Next question
What should you remember when fighting chemical fires? Select all applicable answers:
Liquid chemicals may turn to gas.
Solid chemicals may turn to liquid or gas.
Many chemicals provide their own oxygen.
Heated chemicals leaking from a container could ignite cargoes in the containers below.
Chemical fires are very difficult to control.
Next question
What would happen if you were to direct a jet of water onto an electrical fire? Select all applicable answers:
Electricity could be conducted back to the fire-fighter.
The water would permanently extinguish the fire.
The water would help spread the fire.
The water could turn into steam.
Next question
What would you expect could happen if water ingresses into a container of drums containing chemicals? Select all applicable answers:
There could be a reaction between the water and the cargo.
Hydrogen gas could be produced.
There could be an explosion.
There would not be a build-up of pressure.
Next question
When a corrosive substance decomposes to produce toxic gases, what remark will you find in the Dangerous Goods List?
When involved in a fire, decomposes at high temperature.
When involved in a fire, evolves toxic gases.
When involved in a fire, corrosive to mild steel.
When involved in a fire, a health hazard.
Next question
When cooling a burning container of organic peroxides, what precaution should be exercised?
Stay as far away as possible.
Penetrate the container sidewalls.
Flood the container.
Have another fire-fighting team on stand-by.
Next question
When fighting container fires what is the purpose of flooding empty tanks adjacent to or inside a cargo hold on fire, with seawater?
To prevent the spread of fire.
To cool down essential structures.
To cool down burning containers.
To prevent the ship from being damaged.
Next question
When fighting container fires, what precautions should be taken? Select all applicable answers:
Oil tanks adjacent to a cargo hold on fire, should be drained.
Fire-fighters should keep count of those involved in fire-fighting operations.
Proper communication must be ensured at all times.
When affected by heat, fire-fighters must pull back.
At least two escape routes must be available when fighting under-deck fires.
Next question
When heavier-than-air gases escape from burning containers, where would you expect these gases to settle?
At the bottom of containers.
Somewhere at a low level, on deck.
Somewhere around the accommodation, on deck.
Over the tank top, in a cargo hold.
In warm climates, above the containers.
Next question
When mixed with which of these substances can an oxidising agent spontaneously ignite? Select all applicable answers:
Flour.
Sawdust.
Oils.
Sugar.
Swarf.
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When should a container not be accepted on board?
When you can see that there is leakage of content.
When there is no accompanying container certificate.
When you can see that the seal is damaged.
When you see indentations on the container.
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Where would you expect to find fire-fighting requirements for ships carrying dangerous goods?
In SOLAS chapter II-2.
In SOLAS chapter III.
In SOLAS chapter VII.
In MARPOL chapter II.
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Where would you expect to find the “Class” of a particular dangerous cargo? Select all applicable answers:
In the ship’s stowage plan.
In the Dangerous Goods Manifest.
In the IMDG Code.
In the IMDG Dangerous Goods List.
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Where would you find a list of certain substances forbidden for transport?
In Chapter 6 of SOLAS 74.
In Chapter 3.3 of the IMDG Code.
In the appendix to the ISM Code.
In the United Nations Convention on Law of the Sea.
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Which class of dangerous goods is associated with the term “Flashpoint”?
Flammable Solids.
Flammable or inflammable liquids.
Explosives.
Oxidising substances.
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Which criteria are used together for assigning packaging groups to flammable liquids? Select all applicable answers:
Nature of hazard.
Boiling point.
Flashpoint.
Viscosity.
Element of risk.
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Which element of the fire triangle is most easily removed when fighting a container fire, on deck?
Oxygen.
Fuel.
Heat.
Combustible material.
Next question
Which of the following is recommended for tackling small fires involving flammable solids? Select all applicable answers:
Using water extinguishers.
Using steam.
Using foam extinguishers.
Using sand.
Using neutralising powders.
Next question
Which of the following options could be considered as a dangerous cargo chemical fire? Select all applicable answers:
Burning sodium.
Burning magnesium.
Burning potassium.
Burning paper.
Burning wood.
Next question
Which of the following options could be considered to be elements of a fire triangle? Select all applicable answers:
Heat.
Fuel.
Oxidising agent.
Oxygen.
Combustible material.
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Which of these cargoes can ignite spontaneously, leading to an explosion? Select all applicable answers:
Acetylene.
Paint in drums.
Steel swarf.
Zinc skimming’s.
Direct reduced iron.
Next question
Why are escaping gases from containerised cargoes, dangerous? Select all applicable answers:
Because, if conditions are favourable, they may cause an explosion.
Because they may give rise to explosive mixtures with air.
Because they give no warning of an outbreak of fire.
Because they pressurise the container walls.
Next question
Why are fumigated units classified as dangerous goods? Select all applicable answers:
They have not been ventilated.
Harmful concentrations of gases remain within them.
Their doors have not been opened.
They contain pesticides.
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Why is it necessary to wear self-contained breathing apparatus prior to entering a cargo hold? Select all applicable answers:
Because of the company’s safety procedures.
Because undeclared containers may have been shipped in hazardous condition.
Because there could be methyl bromide gases present.
Because phosphine gas could be present.
Because excessive carbon dioxide gas could be present.
Because of the ISM Code requirements.
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Why is the EmS column in the IMDG dangerous goods list, important?
It contains codes referring to emergency fire schedules in the EmS Guide.
It contains codes referring to emergency medical procedures in the EmS Guide.
It provides specific information on fighting dangerous cargo fires.
It provides information on general emergency procedures for container fires.
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With reference to the fire triangle, when would a fire occur?
When there is more heat and less oxygen.
When there is more oxygen and less heat.
When fuel is heated in a closed tank.
When heat, fuel and oxygen are present in the right combination.
Next question
With reference to the text, what are oxidising substances sensitive to? Select all applicable answers:
Chemical Reactions.
Impact.
Spontaneous ignition.
Rise in temperature.
Decomposition under certain conditions.
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With regard to containers, what general precautions should be exercised? Select all applicable answers:
Rusty containers should be rejected.
Damaged or leaking containers should be rejected.
Reefer container power cables should be in good condition.
Container sides must not permit the passage of vapours.
Next question
With regard to fighting a fire in a container, containing dangerous goods, what information is provided in the IMDG dangerous goods list? Select all applicable answers:
UN number of the cargo.
The proper shipping name of cargo.
The cargo emergency response procedures.
The cargo trade name.
Emergency telephone numbers of shore-based fire-fighters.
Next question
With respect to container fire-fighting operations on board, what is the concern regarding megaships? Select all applicable answers:
There are fixed innovation systems on board.
The fixed innovation systems make fire-fighting operations easier.
The larger crews also make fire-fighting operations easier.
As these ships become bigger, their crews become smaller.
Fire-fighting operations are extremely labour-intensive.
Next question
With respect to detection systems, for ships carrying dangerous goods, what do the SOLAS regulations state? Select all applicable answers:
Cargo spaces must be fitted with a fixed fire detection and fire alarm system.
Cargo spaces may be fitted with a sample extraction smoke detection system.
A sample extraction smoke detection system must prevent the leakage of toxic fumes into occupied areas.
Ro-Ro spaces must be fitted with a fixed fire detection and fire alarm system.
Ro-Ro spaces may be fitted with a sample extraction smoke detection system.
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With respect to oxidising substances, what makes fire-fighting difficult? Select all applicable answers:
The emission of oxygen.
The supply of oxygen.
The likelihood of an explosion.
The rapid spread of fire.
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With respect to personnel protection for ships carrying dangerous goods, what do the SOLAS regulations require, in additional to the normal carriage requirement? Select all applicable answers:
There must be four complete sets of protective clothing.
Protective clothing must be resistant to chemical attack.
Protective clothing must cover every part of the body.
There must be two additional sets of breathing apparatus on board.
Each set of breathing apparatus must have two spare charges.
Cargo ships that can recharge air cylinders need carry only one spare charge for each breathing apparatus.
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With respect to sources of ignition, for ships carrying dangerous goods, what do SOLAS regulations state? Select all applicable answers:
Electrical equipment and wiring may be fitted in enclosed cargo spaces if essential for operational purposes.
Electrical equipment and wiring must be certified as being safe.
Cables may ordinarily penetrate decks and bulkheads.
Cables within cargo spaces may be unprotected.
Cables within cargo spaces may not be fire-proof.
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With respect to water supplies for ships carrying dangerous goods, what do the regulations state? Select all applicable answers:
There must be an immediate supply of water from the fire main.
Water must be delivered from the main fire pumps.
Under-deck cooling of cargo spaces must be provided for.
The quantity of water delivered must be capable of supplying four nozzles.
The quantity of water delivered must be capable of supplying two nozzles.
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