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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the CES test on the subject «Deck, Support, Non-RoRo». 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.

  • Version: 5.2.8.
  • Test type: STCW.
  • Department: Deck.
  • Level: Support.
  • Vessel type: Non-RoRo Passenger.

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 «Deck, Support, Non-RoRo». Those questions can be used for competence verification specialist capable of preventing accidental situations related with transporting safety, or also for self-examination.

«Support» 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 Non-RoRo Passenger. Individuals in the Deck Support department on a Non-RoRo (Roll-on/Roll-off) Passenger vessel are responsible for assisting in various deck operations essential for passenger safety and smooth vessel functioning. Their duties include aiding in passenger embarkation and disembarkation, ensuring the cleanliness and safety of the deck areas, and actively participating in emergency response drills. Deck Support personnel on a Non-RoRo Passenger vessel also assist in securing cargo and maintaining a secure environment for passengers, contributing to the overall efficiency and safety of the vessel.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Deck, Support, Non-RoRo» contains 65 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.

The test includes three modes. In the Training mode, you go through 60 questions with the option to take a hint, while in the Exam mode, this option is not available. We have also developed another mode – Wild, where you can answer all the questions available in the test at once. Enjoy!

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Code: DBSU On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “BOLLARD” given. Which one is the correct one?

Scheme: bollard

Bollard is given by “B” on the figure.
Bollard is given by “C” on the figure.
Bollard is given by “D” on the figure.
Bollard is given by “A” on the figure.
Code: DTIP On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “CAPSTAN” shown. Which one is the correct one?

Scheme: capstan

Capstan is defined as “C” on the figure.
Capstan is defined as “B” on the figure.
Capstan is defined as “A” on the figure.
Capstan is defined as “D” on the figure.
Code: AGGM Which is the “Windlass”, in the figure?

Scheme: windlass

The Windlass is indicated by “B”, in the figure.
The Windlass is indicated by “C”, in the figure.
The Windlass is indicated by “A”, in the figure.
The Windlass is indicated by “D”, in the figure.
Code: HHIJ On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “CENTRE LINE” given. Which one is the correct one?

Scheme: centre line

Centre line is given by “A”, in the figure.
Centre line is given by “B”, in the figure.
Centre line is given by “C”, in the figure.
Centre line is given by “D”, in the figure.
Code: NWLI, TEDC On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “MIDSHIPS” given. Which one is the correct one?

Scheme: midships

Midships is given by “B”, in the figure.
Midships is given by “A”, in the figure.
Midships is given by “C”, in the figure.
Midships is given by “D”, in the figure.
Code: HNCT The figure shows a cross section through a ship floating in water, with the hull in red and the seabed below the ship shaded. On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term “FREEBOARD” given. Which one is the correct one?

Scheme: freeboard

Freeboard is given by “A”, in the figure.
Freeboard is given by “B”, in the figure.
Freeboard is given by “C”, in the figure.
Freeboard is given by “D”, in the figure.
Code: RPIG What is name of the machine shown, used to heave on the ropes during mooring and unmooring?

Winch machine

Crane.
Windlass.
Winch.
Capstan.
Code: JDRX If you discover alcohol and drug abuse onboard, whom do you report to?
Port authorities.
The manager.
Flag state authorities.
The master.
Code: WTWR Read the text: “It is recommended that every prospective seafarer should before being employed in a sea-going ship, receive proper training in personal survival techniques. In respect of such training several recommendations are made”. What should be given to prospective seafarers?
Protecting clothing.
Passport and visa.
Approved training.
Traveller’s cheques.
Code: AWWH What are the duties of an effective bridge look out?
Ensure there is always a bridge lookout on duty and only leave the lookout when given permission.
Keeping a constant observation around the ship.
Keep a lookout for other ships; navigation lights and any other dangers which may have no lights.
All of the alternatives specified.
Code: GAQJ What is the meaning of the term “Steady as she goes” when acting as helmsman?
While altering the ships head, the instruction “steady as she goes” means reduce the ships swing as rapidly as possible and steady on present course.
Keep the applied rudder constant until the next helm order.
Try to reduce the continuous swinging either side of the course when steering a compass course.
Code: IHBJ, YDOB, DTIR If you have to carry out hot work close to a smoke detector in the engine room, what precautions should be taken?
No special precautions except for having a watch man and fire extinguisher available.
Disconnect the smoke detector.
Notify Master, Deck officer and Engineer in charge.The loop for this special sensor to be switched off and take normal precautions for hot work.
Notify deck officer in charge that a fire alarm may occur.
Code: EDCE What do you understand by the term “Slewing”?
Turning or rotating a crane boom.
Making a (travelling) crane move along its rails.
Raising or lowering a crane boom.
Hoisting or lowering a load.
Code: ELPO When two ships are lying alongside each other in a ship to ship operation and one ship is lying at anchor, anchor watch duties must be carried out as follows:
Anchor watches are not kept as the duty officers will be on deck conducting the cargo operations.
Anchor watch responsibility rests with the discharging vessel which would be the vessel which is anchored.
Both ships have normal anchor watch responsibility in addition to watching ship to ship fendering, mooring etc.
Code: XKXS When you are on watch during a stay in port, what should you always ensure is ready at the head of the gangway?
Life buoy with line.
Notice board stating the sailing time of the ship.
A telephone to contact shore terminal control.
Notice Board giving name of ship and company.
Code: XVAJ What is low lightning system?
A system that’s displaying the way to the nearest exit from all locations onboard, by using flurosent signs at floor level, or light system powered by battery.
A system that illuminate all corridors in cabin areas.
A system that’s illuminating all deck areas to a minimum.
A system that’s displaying the escape route from all cabins by light’s point on the ceiling, powered by battery.
Code: AHWE, MPAB Which is the “PANAMA LEAD” in the figure?

Scheme: panama lead

The Panama Lead is indicated by “C” in the figure.
The Panama Lead is indicated by “D” in the figure.
The Panama Lead is indicated by “B” in the figure.
The Panama Lead is indicated by “A” in the figure.
Code: KLAP What is the meaning of the term “Make Fast”, when mooring the ship?
Make Fast means to act very quickly.
Make Fast means secure the ropes to the bits.
Make Fast means to avoid eating all meals during the daylight hours.
Make Fast means to coil up a rope.
Code: TIMW What do you understand by the term, “Lee Side”?
Lee Side is the side that faces the wind.
Lee Side is the Starboard side of the vessel.
Lee Side is the side that faces away from the wind.
Lee Side is the Port side of the vessel.
Code: EMRE What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol: lifejacket

Child’s lifejacket.
Lifejacket.
Immersion suit.
Lifebuoy.
Code: JHKS, VCIB, VNFH What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol: line-throwing appliance

Line-throwing appliance.
Survival craft pyrotechnic distress signals.
Radar transponder.
Rocket parachute flares.
Code: MSMI What equipment is provided in a liferaft to help you keep warm in cold weather?
Thermal protective aids for each person.
Two life jackets and two thermal protective aids.
Two immersion suits and the floor of the raft which has a second layer which can be inflated to give additional insulation from the cold water.
The floor of the raft has a second layer which can be inflated to help insulation, in addition to the thermal protective aids (10 % of complement, minimum 2).
Code: EUSV You have abandoned ship in a liferaft. Which of the following actions should you take?
Organize a lookout system and join up with other survival craft if possible. You should also stream the sea anchor.
Start paddling in the direction of the nearest land.
Organize a lookout system.
Join up with any other survival craft and stream the sea anchor.
Code: BSHD, OCYK, PTRD A class “D” fire involves what type of material?
Gases.
Wood or other carbonaceous material.
Metals.
Liquids.
Code: DKQF Anyone of the crew who is assigned to watch duties in port has a number of important tasks to carry out. Which one of the listed tasks should be included in the watchman’s duties?
Check the moorings for correct tightness and ensure the gangway remains safe and secure.
Check there is always a shore watchman on the jetty.
Check the safe and secure handling of cargo.
Check the number of persons joining and leaving the vessel.
Code: AIGK What is the main responsibility of a bridge lookout at night?
Inform bridge of changing weather patterns.
Inform the bridge of any new lights when they appear over the horizon or any other items observed which may affect the ship.
Inform bridge of any lights when they appear over the horizon.
Inform bridge of any other ships observed, which appear to be getting closer to your own ship.
Code: RXCL What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: “Starboard ten”?
Repeat the command back and then turn the wheel to make the rudder turn 10 degrees to starboard of amidships.
Repeat the command back and then change course 10 degrees to starboard of present course.
Repeat the command back and then put the wheel over sufficiently for the ship to swing at a rate of 10 degrees per minute to starboard.
Code: ECAT What is the factor that makes the difference between a deflagrating and a detonating explosion?
The speed of the shock wave created by the initial combustion.
The initial pressure, temperature and moisture content.
The material which is at the origin of the explosion (powder or gas).
The confinement of the place where the explosion occurs (inside or outside).
Code: JQYS Which of the following measures should be applied when hot work is to be undertaken in a harbour?
To use only intrinsically safe equipment in the area where hot-work is performed.
To maintain a permanent fire watch of at least four persons.
All the answers are good.
To have a hot-work permit.
Code: OTTM Generally speaking, what is the value commonly recognised as the maximum concentration of CO allowed in the breathing air of a breathing apparatus?
20 ppm.
80 ppm.
100 ppm.
40 ppm.
Code: PYUA In order to extinguish a fire with a portable extinguisher, we must proceed in the following way:
Maintain a safe distance, apply the extinguishing agent to the top of the flames with the wind behind us.
Maintain a safe distance, apply the extinguishing agent to the top of the flames facing the wind.
Maintain a safe distance, apply the extinguishing agent to the base of the flames with the wind behind us.
Code: RARK, TDWO As a fire fighter, what should you always consider when fighting a fire in a confined space?
The confined space has only four sides.
The confined space always has six sides.
The confined space has only five sides.
The confined space can be considered to have one side only as heat always rises.
Code: PQFU Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol: B class fire door self closing

D class fire door self closing.
A class fire door self closing.
C class fire door self closing.
B class fire door self closing.
Code: IFJV An inflatable lifejacket has:
1 compartment automatically inflatable and 1 compartment manually inflatable.
2 separate compartments.
1 compartment.
3 separate compartments.
Code: SERD A person wearing an anti-exposure suit shall be able to:
Perform all duties associated with abandonment, assist others and operate a rescue boat.
Dive into the water to the maximum draft of craft that the ship is provided with.
Don and remove the suit in the water in no more than 5 min if it impairs ability to swim.
Jump from a height equal to that of the stowage of liferafts arranged to be thrown overboard.
Code: KIQX You have abandoned ship in a liferaft. In most cases, which of the following actions should you generally take?
Join up with any other survival craft and stream the sea anchor.
Start paddling in the direction of the nearest land.
Organise a lookout system.
Organise a lookout system. Join up with other survival craft if possible. Stream the sea anchor.
Code: PAQV What safety clothing should be worn during an anchoring operation?
Boiler suit, working gloves.
Safety goggles.
Safety helmet, safety shoes.
All of the equipment mentioned in the alternative answers.
Code: NVCD What do crew, visitors and contractors all have in common?
They’re all trained in ship emergency procedures.
They’re all onboard the ship for the duration of its voyage.
They all have opportunity to smuggle drugs.
They’re all employees of the ship.
Code: XGTF Ship Security Plans all look the same.
False.
True.
Code: WEFB What are the duties of the “Standby Watch keeper” when he is not on the bridge?
Tidy up the accommodation and clear the mess rooms.
Return to his cabin and catch up with some sleep.
Patrol the ship and report anything unusual to the bridge.
Remain in the expected location, available for immediate call from the bridge.
Code: OVFY What do you understand by “Bitter end”?
Bitter end means: the end link of an anchor cable that is secured within the chain locker.
Bitter end means: the toggled end of a lifeboat painter.
Bitter end means: to the very last moment.
Bitter end means: a foul taste at the end of a meal.
Code: DPIF What is the most important treatment concerning a foreign body in the eye?
Rinsing of the eye with water.
Keep the eye closed.
Local anaesthetic.
Wring the eye-lid to prevent blinking.
Code: HOMW If a patient is bleeding from nose:
Pinch soft part of the nose for 10 minutes while keeping the head forward over a basin.
Put a piece of swab or gauze in the nose.
Let the blood stop by itself.
Ask the patient to lie flat on the floor.
Code: YSQG Port State Control Officers are authorised to:
Detain ships that are not meeting the requirements for a minimum of 30 days.
Regularly inspect ships known to meet the requirement.
Inspect and detain ship that are not meeting the requirements until they are able to demonstrate compliance with the regulations.
Sign oil record book entries.
Code: CGPV Which of the following is part of the spill response equipment inventory?
Hand cleaner.
The pressure washer.
Sorbents.
Chipping goggles.
Code: EPAY In which category of passengers do you think a woman who shows you a police badge might belong?
3 % who panic.
75 % who are confused and helpless.
25 % who go into shock.
30 % who are rational.
Code: MUNO What is the main reason for crewmembers to practice search and rescue operations on ships in an emergency?
Passengers may not hear the alarm bells, and they may not know that they should proceed to mustering stations.
Passengers seek safety in mustering stations, or other common areas, where they think they can escape danger.
Passengers seek safety in their cabins, or in other places onboard, where they think they can escape danger.
Passengers may not hear the public address system, and they may not know that they should proceed to mustering stations.
Code: RYVK Give clear, direct instructions in an emergency, and show passengers exactly what they need to do. What is the most important reason for doing this?
25 % of passengers go into shock.
3 % of passengers have little or no ship safety knowledge.
3 % of passengers panic.
75 % of passengers are confused, and feel helpless.
Code: JYCI The benefits of emergency response plans are only realized if:
The crew carries out the plans.
Lifejackets are put on.
Escape routes are used.
Survival craft are launched.
Code: VPLC What is one reason for repeating a command to passengers in an emergency?
You don’t have to be as clear in what you say.
You won’t have to say the command more than twice.
You can establish your presence.
More people will have a chance of hearing the command.
Code: QFAP If you are looking for passengers who may be trapped or hiding, what is the best command to shout?
Don’t stay here.
Take warm clothes and lifejackets.
Is anyone here? Call out if you need my help.
Go to mustering stations immediately.
Code: IARS One technique for using good body language is to:
Stand still when speaking.
Fidget when speaking.
Speak quickly because there’s not much time.
Show that this is a serious situation by not smiling.
Code: PLDW What is a good way to get help for people with special needs?
Find helpers to act as buddies.
Find another crewmember to help.
Find an officer to help.
Help each one of them yourself.
Code: ORNB When people jump into the water from a ship, what should they do?
Grab the lifejacket near the shoulder.
Keep their arms down at their sides.
Take off their lifejackets.
Take off their shoes.
Code: STPO Which statement about fire doors is true?
When closed during an emergency, passengers may get hit and injured.
Should be kept closed at all times.
Should be kept open at all time.
Fire doors have no specific function.
Code: VBCG Why is it important to recognize the language of the passengers?
Enables you to communicate with them during normal operation and in an emergency.
So that you are able to address all their needs.
Enables you to inform all passengers about arrival time.
Enables you to communicate with them during normal operation.
Code: AOAN Why is it important to have knowledge of assembling stations, even though you have no specific role during an emergency?
It is where you can find all the life saving appliances.
Enables you to correctly guide and direct passengers during an emergency.
Enables you to find your way around the ship.
Enables you to direct passengers to different shopping locations on board the ship.
Code: LAYJ What will you do when all the fresh water in the survival craft is finished or about to finish?
Use sea water to keep your body wet.
Drink Sea water.
Drink only 1 liter of sea water per day.
Start collecting rain water.
Code: ASNN, DXOD, QIDS, SEAP, ULNN What is a Marine Evacuation System?
Evacuation Chute(s)/Slide(s) and Liferafts.
Assistance from other ships.
Helicopter evacuation.
Liferafts supported by Fast Rescue Boats and Lifeboats.
Code: IBWA What extra precautions should be taken by the officers and crew if some of the passengers are disabled, i. e. using wheelchair, cane, blind etc.?
All passengers that will require extra assistance, also in case of an emergency situation/evacuation, must be registered in order to allocate crew to assist them if needed.
They must be placed in cabins on the same level as the muster station.
Passenger with some form for disability must travel with accompany, and live in same cabin or next door.
Locate them in large cabins to ease their stay.
Code: MAKV, VLOS Why is it important to have an efficient fire patrol system on board passenger ships?
To ensure that an outbreak of fire may be promptly detected.
To control that passengers adhere to smoking regulations on board.
To verify that the automatic fire-detection system is working properly.
To show passengers in public areas we are on duty 24 hours.
Code: EMEV, YDCF What should you observe when patrolling public areas on board?
All abnormalities that may affect the safety/ security of passengers, crew and the ship.
If all the fire extinguishers are in place and that fire doors are open.
Stowaways.
Drunk people.
Code: DMTG, VCOV Before commencement of any work aloft, you should carry out risk assessment of the worktask. What kind of extra personal protective equipment is required as a minimum to carry out the work?
All personnel who are working aloft, where there is a risk of falling more than two metres, should wear a safety harness (or belt with shock absorber) attached to a lifeline.
Carry out the work without extra personal protective as long as no one sees what’s going on.
As long as someone is supporting the ladder there is no need for extra personal protective equipment.
Lifeline.
Code: HEBD, TPWF The Chief Engineer tells you to carry out Hot work on deck. What kind of permit do you need?
Hot work permit.
No permit is required as long as the work shall be carried out on open deck.
Cold work permit because the work will be carried out on open deck.
Work permit.
Code: FNAR Chemicals and harmful substances are safely stored in a designated locker on board, why?
For safety reasons. Many substances found onboard are capable of damaging the health and safety of those exposed to them. Before any chemical or harmful substance is delivered to a crewmember, the personnel shall receive training, instructions and information so that they know and understand the risks arising from use.
Chemicals and harmful substances must be kept away from passengers so that they don’t steal it.
For safety reasons and stock control. When chemicals or harmful substances is delivered to a crewmember, the user shall sign for the amount received.
For stock control. Most of the chemicals and harmful substances we use on board are expensive.

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