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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the CES test on the subject «Deck, Management, Supply Platform». 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.

  • Test type: STCW.
  • Version: 6.0.9.
  • Department: Deck.
  • Level: Management.
  • Vessel type: Supply Platform.

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, Management, Supply Platform». Those questions can be used for competence verification specialist capable of preventing accidental situations related with transporting safety, or also for self-examination.

«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 supply platform. At the core of his responsibilities lies the orchestration of deck operations, encompassing the coordination of vessel movements, navigation protocols, and the execution of various onboard tasks. These officers are entrusted with the critical task of maintaining order and safety on the deck, orchestrating the intricate dance of vessels as they load and unload cargo, conduct maintenance, and execute strategic maneuvers.

Simultaneously, their purview extends beyond mere deck logistics to encompass supply platform management. In this capacity, officers play a key role in overseeing the procurement, storage, and distribution of essential supplies, fuel, and equipment. Their decisions impact the readiness and efficiency of naval assets, influencing the overall operational effectiveness of the maritime force. Balancing the demands of deck operations with the intricacies of supply management, these officers stand at the nexus of maritime functionality, contributing significantly to the success and preparedness of naval endeavors.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Deck, Management, Supply Platform» contains 95 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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Code: Fkx0ejp0 For the same vessel and the same rudder angle, is the diameter of the turning circle completed at full ahead smaller than one completed at half ahead?
No, the diameter of the turning circle would be almost the same.
Yes, it will be much larger turning circle at half ahead.
Yes, there would be a change of shape of the turning circle; it would have an increase in the transfer, but not the advance.
Yes, it would be a much smaller turning circle at half ahead.
Code: PZpGezHm Where several rescue units are engaged in a search and rescue operation, one of them may be designated as the On-Scene Coordinator (OSC). Which of the following describes how this appointment will be made?
The coastguard will appoint the OSC using their vessel database to assess suitability.
The OSC will always be designated by the Search and Rescue Mission Coordinator.
The role of OSC can only be taken by a naval ship with suitable command and control capability. In many regions, such vessels are permanently assigned on stand-by to assume such a role.
Code: NdVgcRaW The prescribed test of an approved portable VHF radio set (portophone) must be done once a:
Week.
Year.
Month.
I don’t know.
Code: yakaeH8d With help of DSC a ship wants to contact a coast-station to have a question for telephone call. One has to choose from the following DSC-frequencies:
TX: 8 415,0 kHz. RX: 8 415,5 kHz.
TX: 8 436,5 kHz. RX: 8 436,5 kHz.
TX: 8 415,0 kHz. RX: 8 436,5 kHz.
I don’t know.
Code: 2eBq2aBw Onboard the following message is received on the DSC controller: DOO: 245329000 CH16; S distress ack 244123000. What station sent the distress acknowledgement?
002453290.
245329000.
244123000.
I don’t know.
Code: UVs1AXCi On area A3 the function “Transmission and reception of on scene communications” is mainly based on:
The use of HF/MF and/or VHF R/T and/or INMARSAT-C.
The use of MF and/or HF R/T.
The use of VHF DSC.
The use of SART transponder.
Code: mqeOkkzZ Which one of the listed requirements regarding service and maintenance of life-saving appliances correspond to present regulations?
Instructions for onboard maintenance of life-saving appliances in accordance with the regulations shall be provided.
At least one member of the crew shall hold a repairman certificate for life-saving equipment.
Maintenance and repair of all life saving equipments shall be carried out by the certified ship staff only.
Maintenance and repair of all the life-saving equipments will be carried out ashore in work shop only.
Code: hRT#K2Sz Which of the following requirements regarding life-buoys correspond to present regulations? (SOLAS III/7.1).
Not less than half the total number of lifebuoys shall be provided with self-ignighting lights.
At least four life-buoys on each side of the ship shall be fitted with buoyant lifelines.
All the life-buoys shall be placed in holders with quick-release arrangement.
At least one lifebuoy with self-activating smoke shall be placed within the vicinity of the stern.
Code: MFD1IvaQ What action should be taken by the Officer of the Watch if someone reports a fire to them?
Send the bridge look-out down to investigate.
Sound the Fire Alarm.
Stop engines and inform the engine room.
Call the Master.
Code: CrHCqlCA As per the IMDG Code, “Marine Pollutant” is defined as:
A substance which is subject to the provisions of Annex III of MARPOL.
A substance which is subject to the provisions of Chapter V of SOLAS 1974, as amended.
Any substance which is deemed hazardous to the marine environment.
A substance which, because of its tendency to degrade in seafood, or because of its hazard potential to the aquatic environment is subject to the provisions of Annex I of MARPOL 73/78, as amended, and carried by sea accordingly.
Code: 1MU0XpDA As per IMDG Code, the term “separated from” can be defined as:
In different compartments or holds when stowed “under deck”. Provided an intervening deck is resistant to fire and liquid, a vertical separation may be accepted as equivalent. For “on deck” stowage, this segregation means a distance of at least 6 metres.
Either in a vertical or horizontal separation: if the intervening decks are not resistant to fire and liquid, then only in a longitudinal separation is acceptable. For “on deck” stowage, this means a distance of at least 12 metres. This distance also applies to one package stowed “on deck” and another in an upper compartment.
With an intervening compartment, being both a vertical and horizontal separation. Provided an intervening deck is resistant to liquid and fire, a vertical separation of 6 metres is acceptable. For “on deck” stowage, this segregation means a distance of at least 12 metres irrespective of compartment divisions.
Code: dyjbGd1z If for some reason a vessel does not comply with a Classification Society’s requirements, what can a surveyor issue to the vessel enabling it to sail to the next port or for a period of time?
A Notification of Deficiency.
A revised Class Notation.
A Condition of Class.
A Notification of Detention.
Code: JvWpRsc8 During the survey of Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) equipment, which document must be available to the surveyor to demonstrate compliance with SOLAS?
A report giving the result of the Conformance Test issued by an Application Service Provider on behalf of an Administration.
A report giving the result of the Performance Test, issued by the manufacturer in compliance with the Flag State Authority requirements.
The Certificate of Compliance with SOLAS V/19-1, bearing the serial number of the equipment installation.
A Statement of Installation and Testing by the Approved Service Provided in compliance with SOLAS V/26-4.
Code: H8jyuEFT Which option best describes the purpose of having an FMEA completed for a DP vessel?
Because the crew will not investigate failure themselves.
So that when failure occurs, the vessel position is maintained.
Code: 8SB37KUe Which option correctly completes the following statement? A failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) is:
A practical assessment of failure.
A deductive prediction of failure.
Code: iNlCOv#n A member of the bridge team has just seen a person fall overboard. Which of the following manoeuvres is the most appropriate to assist with a rescue?
Direct turn.
Williamson turn.
Evinrude turn.
Scharnow turn.
Code: xS9klAsP The bridge wheelman has not reported for duty and there is a suspected “Man Overboard” situation on your vessel. The ship has been searched and there is one seaman missing? The vessel turns round and retraces the course back,calling for assistance from other vessels in the vicinity What should be the focal point for any search pattern to be established?
Determine the drift and leeway of own ship and take this deviation from track into account on the return course. The search should focus around this return track back to the last sighted position.
Determine when the seaman was last sighted and concentrate the search round the course line between the last sighting and present position, taking into account any prevailing current.
Code: 7mTfkELe What is SITREP an abbreviation for:
Ship Transit Emergency Radio.
Survivor Indication Transponder Equipment.
Ship Indication Transmission Equipment.
Situation Report.
Code: mXcor38m How can an ARPA best assist the bridge team to steer a suitable course to make good the entrance to a channel?
Alter course so that own-ships ground stabilised true vector passes through the entrance to the channel.
Acquire a buoy at the entrance to the channel and alter course to make the relative vector of the buoy point at own-ship.
Code: wEFGDhvm By the degree of selectivity of a receiver is meant:
Ability to prevent variations in the strength of radio frequency signal received.
Ability to make weak stations audible.
Ability to distinguish weak stations from adjacent stronger stations.
I don’t know.
Code: l3Qih1wj Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain maritime assistance?
39.
38.
37.
32.
Code: 2dkhS6#V On area A4 the function “Transmission of ship to shore distress alerts” is mainly based on:
The use of HF DSC and INMARSAT Epirbs.
The use of HF DSC and COSPAS SARSAT Epirbs.
The use of MF DSC and INMARSAT Epirbs.
The use of VHF DSC and VHF Epirbs.
Code: HPXvPbWP Which of the following is a Accounting Authority Identification Code?
227990850.
2 187,5.
FR01.
F1B.
Code: 45R$651a The steps of the embarkation ladder used must be proportioned as it follows:
Length = 480 mm, breadth = 115 mm, depth = 25 mm.
Length = 580 mm, breadth = 165 mm, depth = 30 mm.
Length = 280 mm, breadth = 85 mm, depth = 10 mm.
Length = 380 mm, breadth = 145 mm, depth = 20 mm.
Code: 97UOyem9 A rocket parachute flare reaches an altitude of:
Not less than 180 m.
Not less than 450 m.
Not less than 300 m.
Not less than 40 m.
Code: $7XqWUE3 Which one of the listed requirements regarding service and maintenance of life-saving appliances correspond to present regulations?
Instructions for onboard maintenance of life-saving appliances in accordance with the regulations shall be provided.
Maintenance and repair of all the life-saving equipments will be carried out ashore in work shop only.
Maintenance and repair of all life saving equipments shall be carried out by the certified ship staff only.
At least one member of the crew shall hold a repairman certificate for life-saving equipment.
Code: LmgusILN In open water, you see a collision between two other ships. What immediate action should you take?
Contact one or both vessels involved in the incident and offer assistance.
Nothing, proceed on passage unless they are in distress.
Code: KpZU03Uq Where on a vessel moving ahead through the water, is the most dangerous place for a tug to manoeuvre?
The most dangerous position is where the tug approaches the bow, rounding the shoulder to pass a line.
The most dangerous position is where the tug approaches the stern of the larger vessel and enters into its associated positive pressure field.
Code: UjwQulOA What immediate action should be taken if a ship unexpectedly runs aground and stops?
Stop engine(s).
Sound the General Alarm.
Do nothing.
Code: qh2MGwM# Your vessel is in restricted visibility and you hear this signal. What type of vessel does it come from and what additional information does the signal provide?
A vessel aground, more than 100 metres in length. The additional signal indicates which side the clear water lies on.
A vessel at anchor, less than 100 metres in length. She is sounding the additional signal top give warning of her position.
A vessel at anchor, more than 100 metres in length. The additional signal indicates that her cable extends at least 25 metres from her bow.
A vessel at anchor, more than 100 metres in length. She is sounding the additional signal to give warning of her position.
Code: 834jPnYR The offshore vessel inspection database (OVID) used for offshore vessel inspection reports is hosted by which organisation? Select the ONE correct answer.
The Oil Companies International Marine Forum.
The Marine Contractors International Association.
Code: Ogp1RQUd Which document should to be completed before an OVID inspection? Select the ONE correct answer.
The Offshore Vessel Particulars Questionnaire.
The Offshore Vessel Inspection Database.
Code: fgif$0uy Which organization or administration is responsible for surveys and inspections of ships, and the issue of Safety Certificates?
Government Authorities of the Flag State.
Ships Classification Associations (Lloyd’s, American Bureau of Shipping, The Norwegian Veritas, Germanische Lloyd’s, etc).
International Labor Organisation (ILO).
International Maritime Organisation (IMO).
Code: 6VmuxWzD According to Rule 24 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions and the illustrated lights, how long is the tow likely to be?
It exceeds 200 metres.
It is more than 50 metres but less than 200 metres.
Code: YUXsiONZ A tug is connected to the bow of a vessel. Will the force exerted by it be the same at any ahead speed?
No, on the bow the tug uses power to run with the vessel, which reduces the available power on the towline.
No, when the ahead speed of the ship increases the force exerted by the tug will also increase.
Code: YcPk1Uef Non distress calls on 2 182 kHz and VHF channel 16 should not exceed:
1 minute.
2 minutes.
3 minutes.
5 minutes.
Code: XlgisDwl Where several rescue units are engaged in a search and rescue operation, one of them may be designated as the On-Scene Coordinator (OSC) Which of the following describes how this appointment will be made?
The coastguard will appoint the OSC using their vessel database to assess suitability.
The OSC will always be designated by the Search and Rescue Mission Coordinator.
Code: bHTwujAs A “Standard Format for Search and Rescue Situation Reports” (SITREPs) should be used by vessels in distress. The SITREP can be compiled as a short form (urgent essential details). Which of the following information shall be included when using the “short form”?
Weather on-scene.
Position.
Oil spill possibilities.
Cargo information.
Code: 7bMdTOFE Which of the following requirements regarding on board stability data corresponds to present regulations? (NSCL 4/12.1).
A calculation example showing the use of “KG” limitation curves.
A calculation example showing use of “GM” limitation curves.
Stability data produced by stable calculation instruments.
Drawings and calculations documenting the stability of the ship, both in intact and all possible damage condition.
Code: LHLxNr65 What is the correct setting of the “Anti sea clutter” control on the radar?
A few sea returns remaining around the own-ship position.
All of the suggested answers.
No sea returns left on the screen which may confuse with small target echoes near the ship.
A removal of all the sea returns down to about a mile from own ship.
Code: 2q#FIEVH For calling a coast-station by VHF one should preferably use:
A working channel of the nearest shore-station of that coast-station.
Channel 16.
A special calling channel of that coast-station.
I don’t know.
Code: dwsHkoia If one wishes to make a collect call from a vessel to a shore subscriber, one must:
Request for a personal call.
Request for telephone message stating name, address and telephone number.
Request for a collect call.
I don’t know.
Code: 9MnurP6q When a message is sent by the INMARSAT-C installation to an Internet e-mail address, the land charge is:
Independent of the destination.
Dependent on the destination.
Dependent on the “chargeband”.
I don’t know.
Code: cp#BM31y A satellite receives the transmissions of the 406 MHz Cospas-Sarsat EPIRB. The transmissions of the EPIRB will be:
Always passed on to a LUT.
Exclusively passed on to a LUT only between 70 degrees N and 70 degrees S.
Exclusively passed on to a LUT if the satellite sees both the EPIRB and the LUT.
I don’t know.
Code: e2v$TmqQ A SART is used by a vessel in distress. This SART is seen on the screen of a:
10 cm radar.
3 cm radar.
3 and 10 cm radar.
I don’t know.
Code: xOVZqKiO A battery of 24 Volt supplies during 10 hours a current of 6 ampere. What is the capacity supplied:
144 Ah.
240 Ah.
60 Ah.
I don’t know.
Code: qxxYwfBn When using an ENC chart to passage planning, why should a scale at or near its compilation scale always be used?
The chart detail is correct for its usage band.
That is incorrect, as any ENC can be zoomed in or out for passage planning.
Code: rRny7V63 Which of the following is the correct minimum carriage requirement for a ship of more than 300 gross tons and operating in area A1:
1 VHF RT + DSC + DSC watch receiver – 1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver- 2 or 3 VHF portable – 1 EPIRB.
1 VHF RT + DSC + DSC watch receiver – 1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver – 2 or 3 VHF portable.
Code: 6nZvpTRI On-board training in the use of davit-launched liferafts (including inflation and lowering whenever practicable) must take place:
Every 3 months.
Every 2 months.
Every 4 months.
Every month.
Code: f$k4tKen In a distress situation and immediately after the distress signal has been sounded, what is the next action to be taken by the Chief Officer on duty?
Use the intercom to inform crew and passengers of the reason for the alarm.
Send distress signal to call for help.
Use the VHF radio telephone to ask ships in the vicinity to stand by.
Call the nearest coast radio station.
Code: meJ4dBmg Which one of the listed requirements regarding the stowage of a survival craft corresponds to present SOLAS regulations? Each survival craft shall be stowed:
In a state of readiness so that two crew-members can prepare for embarkation and launching in less than 15 minutes.
Wherever space is available.
On the starboard side of the ship.
In a secure and sheltered position and protected from damage by fire or explosion.
Code: SuSRQmw1 A vessel has been in involved in a collision. Which procedure should happen immediately?
There is assessment of the damage stability.
Determine any injuries of persons on board.
Code: kHHxlOuy As per the IMDG Code, “Proper Shipping Name” is defined as:
The correct chemical name of a potentially hazardous material, as identified from the Chemical Cargo List.
The name to be used in any documentation relating to the transportation of the dangerous substance, material or article, such as on forms, labels and placards.
Code: nSzlkv7S If the shipper wishes to ensure that a vessel or her operators will not be held responsible for any damage that may arise from the carrier issuing a clean Bill of Lading,even though the Mate’s receipt is marked as “unclean”, such a document is called the:
A Letter of Indemnity.
An addendum to the Bill of Lading.
A Letter of Credit.
An absolution clause in the shipping documents.
Code: MOu87#tN Under what convention is the master to ensure that a ship is seaworthy and in a fit state to safely carry a shipper’s cargo?
The Hague-Visby Rules.
The Paris Memorandum.
The Nassau Protocol.
The Antwerp Convention.
Code: P#EVdVsl Which organisation verifies the computational results and stored ship data used by the stability program loaded on a vessel’s computer?
The Classification Society.
The manufacturer.
Code: I$0K3gI Select the ONE answer which completes the following statement correctly. High priority safety findings during an OVID inspection:
Need to be addressed immediately by onboard staff.
Have to be passed on to the company owning or managing a vessel.
Code: RXlDbLSC Which organisation produces the Common Marine Inspection Document used for offshore vessel inspection? Select ONE answer.
The International Marine Contractors Association.
The International Maritime Organisation.
Code: flSTNusy What is the main purpose of an offshore vessel inspection using CMID? Select the ONE best answer.
To confirm that a vessel is fit for purpose.
To satisfy elements of the ISM Code.
Code: KJ08t7FM Why should an offshore vessel inspection be based on the CMID? Select the ONE best answer.
To ensure that the inspection is the same for all similar vessels.
To ensure that the inspection is done every 5 years.
Code: 6gvycEld What is usually the effect on G when the ship is damaged with water ingress?
It is unchanged.
It lowers.
It rises.
It first rises and then lowers.
Code: k4EdoqXm On a platform supply vessel, what should happen with dangerous cargo?
It should be manifested and in a marked container.
It should always be stowed together with all other dangerous cargo.
Code: Rg0ff$0Q On a platform supply vessel, how are the risks associated with the dry bulk system controlled?
By requiring crew to always follow operating procedures.
By first opening the deck valve,then the tank valve.
Code: 46jrulvB Which option correctly completes the following statement? During the design of a DP vessel, the FMEA process…
Is used to improve the reliability of the various systems.
Is useful for looking at planned maintenance.
Code: imBRIQIX If during a DP vessel design, the FMEA predicts a possible catastrophic effect with a system failure, what will happen?
The design will be changed to remove the catastrophic event.
The effect will be logged for future operator information.
Code: SfNusSnQ What is meant by saying that a vessel hull is directionally unstable?
When the rudder is kept amidships, the ship will continue on a straight course.
When free running it will shear to one side or the other if not controlled.
Code: SdcNzb7u Which PPM is allowed for discharging of “Bilge Water” overboard?
15 PPM.
0 PPM.
Code: UXxCSkQ$ As a result of being in collision with your vessel, the other vessel involved is on fire? What are your responsibilities to it?
The other vessel is in distress and if possible I will render assistance.
There is no statutory requirement to provide assistance as the actions of that vessel were the primary cause of the collision.
Code: Nv9VpQPN As a result of being in collision with your vessel, the other vessel involved is on fire? What are your responsibilities to it?
The target is on a constant bearing and getting closer to own ship.
The target is on the same course and speed as own ship.
Code: aReBmPgw By FleetNET communication is understood:
An EGG-message destined for ships with the same group call number.
A HF-NBDP-message destined for ships in a certain geographical area.
A MSI-message destined for ships in a specific geographical area.
Code: 13BV6x6Y When on HF band a DSC distress alert is received, you have to listen to:
2 182 kHz.
The radio telephony distress frequency in the band in which the DSC distress alert was received.
8 414,5 kHz (DSC distress frequency in 8 MHz).
Code: lxAiHGfa The MF/HF-transceiver on board is tuned to the assigned frequency of a station. To make this connection the following mode is used:
J3E.
J2B.
H3E.
Code: 76wi7z1H The receipt of a distress alert is to be pronounced as followed:
Mayday (1x), call-sign of ship in distress (3x), I this is I, own call-sign (3x), I received mayday.
Mayday (3x) I this is I, own call-sign (1x), I received mayday, I call-sign of ship indistress (1x).
Code: #zcG1Aju Whether or not the NAVTEX is functioning properly, can be checked using:
A compulsory built-in alarm for defects.
A testing program built in for this purpose.
Code: WzQ7Xbiv The transmitting receiving method, when both stations can transmit and receive at the same time is called:
Duplex.
Simplex.
Semi-duplex.
Code: AG$YoVOu On area A4 the function “Transmission and reception of signals for locating” is mainly based on:
The use of HF DSC.
The use of MF DSC.
The use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirbs.
The use of SART transponders.
Code: RXSxxvuy Which class of emission is used for VHF DSC transmissions?
G2B.
J3E.
H3E.
F1B.
Code: EC1Gqg8m In area A1 the function “Reception of shore to ship distress alerts” is mainly based on”:
The use of SART transponders.
The use of MF DSC.
The use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirbs.
The use of VHF DSC.
Code: $Fz21RGx For how long time should a VHF survival craft transceiver be able to operate on its batteries?
8 hours.
12 hours.
6 hours.
24 hours.
Code: qbOmyOzp Which of the following duties shall be included in the “muster list” as being assigned to crewmembers in relation to passengers?
Assembling passengers at muster station.
Ensuring that every passenger is provided with an immersion suit or air thermal protective aid.
Clearing the escape routines.
Ensuring that extra food and water is taken to the survival craft.
Code: Sd9Soj#S Which one of the listed requirements regarding life-saving appliances corresponds to present regulations?
All prescribed life-saving appliances shall be made of non-combustible or fire retardant material.
All prescribed life-saving appliances shall be of such a colour that they are in contrast to the surrounding colour.
All prescribed life-saving appliances shall be of a highly visible colour on parts where this will assist detection.
All prescribed life-saving appliances shall be resistant to deterioration where exposed to sunlight.
Code: YSOAWJbi Who is responsible for ensuring your ship completes a security assessment?
Flag State Administration.
Company Security Officer.
The Ship Security Officer.
The Port Facility Security Officer.
Code: gEe24fmv As per the the IMDG Code, an “article” is referred to as:
A device that contains a dangerous substance or mixture of substances.
A form that contains important information about a hazardous substance.
Something that is packed within a freight container.
A device that is responsible for initiating a dangerous reaction.
Code: kWvew3sW As per IMDG Code, the term ‘separated from” can be defined as:
In different compartments or holds when stowed “under deck”. Provided an intervening deck is resistant to fire and liquid, a vertical separation may be accepted as equivalent. For “on deck” stowage, this segregation means a distance of at least 6 metres.
With an intervening compartment , being both a vertical and horizontal separation. Provided an intervening deck is resistant to liquid and fire, a vertical separation of 6 metres is acceptable. For “on deck” stowage, this segregation means a distance of at least 12 metres irrespective of compartment divisions.
Code: Y1t02yzq During the survey of Long Range Identification and Tracking (LRIT) equipment, which document must be available to the surveyor to demonstrate compliance with SOLAS?
A report giving the result of the Conformance Test issued by an Application Service Provider on behalf of an Administration.
The Certificate of Compliance with SOLAS V/19-1, bearing the serial number of the equipment installation.
Code: l8uEuOY7 If W = Displacement, L = length, B = Breadth, D = depth of vessel, Cb = Block Coefficient, Cw = Coefficient of Waterplane, RD = Relative Density, then:
W = L×B×D×Cb/RD.
W = L×B×D×Cb.
Code: 7rJHOEPO The majority of conventions adopted under the auspices of IMO fall into which of the three main categories:
Maritime Safety, STCW, Maritime Security.
Maritime Safety, Prevention of Marine pollution, Liability and compensation.
Safety, Terrorism, ILO.
There are no conventions that fall under IMO.
Code: gXycXXu7 Who should undertake a CMID pre-inspection check? Select the ONE best answer.
The management team on a vessel.
A specialised inspection company.
Code: fuG1Y4qO Select one answer to correctly complete the following statement. Before a CMID inspection on a well run vessel…
There should not be many extra preparations.
The vessel will have to stop operations.
Code: WmYYlaqF Which option best describes the purpose of having an FMEA completed for a DP vessel?
So that annual trials can take place.
So that when failure occurs, the vessel position is maintained.
Code: tl6dcU7I Which option correctly completes the following statement? A failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) is…
A deductive prediction of failure.
An analysis of how well a DP vessel holds station.
Code: ss4POSD4 What is the purpose of having an FMEA proving trial undertaken on a DP vessel?
To confirm the predictions in the FMEA report.
To see how well the vessel can hold position.
Code: ritPxBup If proving trials show that the FMEA report is incorrect for a DP vessel, what action should be taken?
The FMEA should be changed to reflect reality.
The trial should be stopped immediately.
Code: FhXklSiB What is meant by the “level” of system failure on a DP vessel?
It is failure of either a component, a supporting piece of equipment or the entire system.
It is a measure of how far a single failure will affect the position keeping ability of a vessel.
Code: dytEmidO Which option best completes the following statement? The version of the IHO presentation library on the ECDIS is important because…
If it is not the latest version, the ECDIS will not be compliant.
It is where the files for maintenance of the system software are stored.

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