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Welcome to the website where you can pass online the CES test on the subject «Controlling Operation of the Ship and Care for Persons On Board» for 3rd Officers on Oil Tanker. 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: 4.1, 5.0, 5.1, 6.0.0.
  • Test type: STCW.
  • Duty: Officer.
  • Level: Controlling the operation of the ship.
  • Areas: Fire Fighting Basic, Fire Fighting Advanced, Security Awareness, SSO – Ship Security Officer, Survival Basic, Survival Advanced.

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 «Controlling Operation of the Ship and Care for Persons On Board». Those questions can be used for competence verification specialist capable of preventing accidental situations related with transporting safety, or also for self-examination.

«Controlling Operation of the Ship and Care for Persons On Board» subject includes theoretical and practical information about advanced training for work on the Oil Tanker. Knowledge of this information directly shows employee’s competence who holds a 3rd Officer post on a Oil Tanker. This test includes questions from areas:

  • Fire Fighting Basic;
  • Fire Fighting Advanced;
  • Security Awareness;
  • SSO – Ship Security Officer;
  • Survival Basic;
  • Survival Advanced.

3rd Officer should be familiar with all of these areas, because the ship and the crew lives depends on his actions.

On this site Crew Evaluation System Test on the subject «Controlling Operation of the Ship and Care for Persons On Board» contains 397 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: BQRJ One of the risks of using CO2 is the low temperatures that it reaches when it vaporises; this temperature is approximately:
-79 °C.
-109 °C.
-5 °C.
0 °C.
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Code: UYPO Assign men to search men and women to search women unless a device such as a metal detector is used:
True.
False.
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Code: AGCP What types of fire extinguishers shall be used in the engine room?
Fire extinguishers equipped for powder or CO2 only.
Any fire extinguishers with a weight of less than 100 lbs.
Fire extinguishers of the handy-size types only.
Fire extinguishers filled with fresh water only.
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Code: YGFJ Which one of the following items has to be included in an abandon ship drill according to SOLAS regulations?
Checking that life-jackets are correctly donned.
Manoeuvring the lifeboat in the water.
Starting and operating radio life-saving appliances.
Launching and recovery of a survival craft.
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Code: ONUY Is it compulsory for a cargo ship to be divided into main vertical zones?
No it is not.
Yes, it is.
Yes, it is, but they need not be bounded by class “A-60” bulkheads.
It depends on the gross tonnage of the vessel.
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Code: QBDI What is the minimum number of portable fire extinguishers that must be carried on ships of 1 000 GRT and above?
5.
3.
7.
9.
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Code: CUCG Where on board would you find out which fire sections are enclosed by “A” or “B” bulkheads and decks?
On the fire control plans.
On the capacity plan.
On the general arrangement plan.
All the mentioned alternatives.
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Code: PXKF During abandon ship exercise, what life-saving equipment must be demonstrated?
Wearing and fastening of lifejackets and associated equipment.
Lifeboat radio.
Location of immersion suits and thermal protective aids.
How to communicate using the hand-held radios.
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Code: FILE Which of the following items must be included in each fire drill?
All the items mentioned.
Reporting to stations and preparing for the duties described in the muster list.
Starting a fire pump using at least two required jets of water to show that the system is in proper working order.
Checking fireman’s outfits and other personal rescue equipment.
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Code: QGTO Which of following items shall be included in an abandon ship drill?
Instruction in the use of radio life-saving appliances.
Checking the distress signal rockets and other distress signals.
Checking the lifeboat provisions and supplies.
Checking passenger’s immersion suits.
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Code: CQUI How often shall crew members participate in fire drills?
Once every month.
Once every 6 months.
Once every week.
Once every year.
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Code: DRMB Who is the leader of the lifeboat drill (abandon ship drill)?
The appointed lifeboat commander.
Sen. Off. Deck.
Sen. Off. Engine.
The first member of the crew arriving at the survival craft.
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Code: NRWS What vessels must have automatic fire detection onboard with heat/smoke detectors and audible alarm?
All ships that are covered by the IMO safety conventions.
All ships that are built on or after 1986 in accordance with local rules and regulations.
All ships that are built after 1986.
It is the owners option to have fire detection onboard.
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Code: XDGE What is the inherent danger in the use of halon to extinguish an extensive fire?
Development of toxic gases.
Depletion of oxygen in the air.
Depletion of the ozone layer.
Development of explosive gases.
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Code: AINU Which of the following items shall be included in an “abandon ship”-drill?
Checking that passengers and crew are suitably dressed and lifejackets correctly donned.
Checking the distress signal rockets and other distress signals.
Checking that all crew and passenger moral is high.
Checking the lifeboat provisions and supplies.
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Code: KWPJ When should a crew member joining a ship for the first time be given some training and instructions in the use of the ship’s fire-fighting appliances?
As soon as possible but not later than 2 weeks after he joins the ship.
As soon as possible but not later than 2 days after he joins the ship.
As soon as possible.
As soon as possible but not later than 24 hours after he joins the ship.
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Code: IIPJ Referring to the SOLAS convention, how often should a crew member on a cargo ship participate in one abandon ship drill and one fire drill?
Monthly.
Weekly.
Every second week.
This is only required when he joins the ship.
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Code: LQLH What is the expansion ratio of the foam produced by the fixed low-expansion foam fire-extinguishing system of an engine room?
Less than 12 to 1.
Less than 20 to 1.
Less than 5 to 1.
Greater than 20 to 1 but less than 50 to 1.
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Code: UYGR What is the maximum allowed suction head for fire pumps? (SOLAS II-2/4.3.3.2.5).
4,5 metres.
9 metres.
1,5 metres.
3 metres.
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Code: YNRH On-board training in the use of davit-launched liferafts (including inflation and lowering whenever practicable) must take place:
Every 4 months.
Every 3 months.
Every 2 months.
Every month.
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Code: NPQE Where do you find minimum drill requirements?
In the SOLAS convention and its annex.
In classification society rules.
In manager’s instructions.
In owner’s instructions.
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Code: PPNP Which one of the listed requirements regarding abandon ship drills corresponds to present SOLAS regulation?
On ships on short international voyages, each lifeboat shall be launched and manoeuvred in the water at least every 6 months.
Drills shall be conducted when the ship is in a harbour.
All lifeboats shall be lowered during drills.
Each lifeboat shall be launched, and manoeuvred in the water with its assigned crew at least once every 3 months during an abandon ship drill.
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Code: OKUF What is the procedure for use of the main engine room fire extinguishing system, e. g. Halon or CO2 system?
Search the engine room, make sure all personnel is out. Stop ventilation. Close for all air access. Upon approval of the Master, release the Halon/CO2.
Release the Halon/CO2 upon the order of the engineer on duty.
Search the engine room, make sure all personnel is out. Stop ventilation. Close for all air access. Release the Halon/CO2.
Release the Halon/CO2 as soon as possible without pre warning.
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Code: ANXC When a fire breaks out in the engine room, who is in charge of the fire-fighting operations?
The Chief Engineer.
The Captain.
The engineer on duty.
The first person to arrive at the scene.
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Code: EBPS The emergency fire pump is in accordance with good seamanship and precautionary routines run and tested weekly. Routine checks and maintenance are normally carried out by dedicated personnel. To ensure safe and appropriate operation of the pump, would you consider it beneficial that the same dedicated personnel operate the pump in emergencies?
In case of accidents, it is important that a wide range of personnel must be permitted and trained to operate the pump.
Only senior engineers should operate the emergency pump.
Only senior deck officers should operate the emergency pump.
To ensure safe operation of the emergency pump, only dedicated personnel must be permitted to operate the pump.
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Code: SHSJ You are the officer of the watch at the bridge of a cargo ship. In the middle of the night, an alarm sounds on the control panel of the fire detection system. It indicates that a detector is activated in the crew’s accommodation. What is the first action you would take?
Sound the fire alarm signal and send the seaman on watch down to inspect and report the situation.
Acquit the alarm and wait till it sounds again before taking any other action.
Run to the scene as fast as possible and start fighting the fire by all available means.
Call the Captain.
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Code: AHUN The Master is responsible that all crew participate in monthly emergency drills. If 25 % of the crew – or more – has not participated in such drill during the last month, what is the time limit to conduct such a drill after the vessel has left a port?
Within 24 hrs.
Within 48 hrs.
Within 12 hrs.
Within 30 hrs.
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Code: OIEQ May liquid fuel, lubricating oil or other flammable oils be carried in a forepeak tank?
No.
Yes.
It depends on the type of trade of the vessel.
It depends on the flash point.
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Code: VORQ Sanitary-, ballast-, bilge- or general service pumps may be accepted as fire pumps provided:
They are not normally used for pumping oil.
They are fitted with automatic start connected to the fire alarm.
None of these pumps may be accepted as fire pump.
They have a capacity of at least 20 m3/h.
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Code: RGCP How often are “abandon ship” drills required to be held on cargo vessels according to SOLAS?
Once every month.
Once every week.
Once every 6 months.
Once every year.
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Code: YDAV What is the chapter of the SOLAS that regulates all themes related with such matters as fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction?
Chapter II-2.
Chapter III.
Chapter X.
Chapter II-1.
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Code: RGCL What is the term used to identify the division that stops the flames until the end of the first half hour in a standard test of fire exposition, taking into account that the average temperature of the non-exposed face doesn’t rise more than 139 °C above the initial temperature, and also that the temperature at any place does not rise more than 140 °C above the initial temperature in the interval of 15 minutes?
B-15.
C-15.
A-15.
B-60.
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Code: ENJG How is the activation of any detector or manually operated call point of fixed fire-detection and fire-alarm systems to be indicated? (SOLAS II-2/13.1.4).
By visual and audible signal at the control panel and indicating units.
By all the indication methods listed.
By alarm signals at the bridge and engine room control panels.
By sounding the ship’s fire alarm signal in crew accommodation and service spaces.
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Code: GXRD What maximum suction head can be expected from a fire pump?
Approximately 5 metres.
Approximately 10 metres.
Approximately 1 metre.
Any height, provided the pump has enough power.
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Code: DVUW In case of diesel driven fire pumps, for how long shall the fuel tank capacity allow the pump to be run at full capacity? (SOLAS-II-2/4.3.3.2.3).
3 hours.
6 hours.
50 hours.
1 hour.
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Code: OLHT At least, how often shall life boats be launched with their assigned operating crew aboard and manoeuvred in the water according to SOLAS?
Every 3 months.
Every two weeks.
Every week.
Every month.
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Code: FXCG An optical fire detector head is activated by:
The visible smoke that is a result of combustion.
The radiation of the heat given off by flames.
Invisible hot gases.
The flames that are a result of combustion.
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Code: KVCA How often shall each member of the crew participate in an “abandon ship”-drill?
Once every month.
Once a year.
Once every 6 months.
Once every week.
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Code: FOPP The discharge arrangements for halogenated hydrocarbon total flooding systems shall be so designed that the minimum quantity of medium can be discharged in (based on the discharge of the liquid phase):
20 seconds or less.
2 minutes or less.
1 minute or less.
45 seconds or less.
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Code: RXOA On board passenger ships an abandon ship drill must be performed:
Every week.
Every month.
Every 2 weeks.
Every 3 months.
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Code: HLIX Where in accommodation spaces shall smoke detectors be located? (SOLAS II-2/13.2.2).
In stairways, corridors and escape routes.
In messrooms, public lounges and other public rooms.
In all crew and passenger cabins.
Near ventilation ducts throughout the accommodation spaces.
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Code: HVER Which one of the listed requirements regarding abandon ship drills corresponds to present SOLAS regulation?
Each lifeboat shall be launched, and manoeuvred in the water with its assigned crew at least once every 3 months during an abandon ship drill.
All lifeboats shall be lowered during drills.
On ships on short international voyages, each lifeboat shall be launched and manoeuvred in the water at least every 6 months.
Drills shall be conducted when the ship is in a harbour.
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Code: KYBY What is the working principle of the detectors of a common fixed sprinkler fire-extinguish system?
They are fixed-temperature detectors.
They are flame detectors.
They are rate-of-rise detectors.
They are smoke detectors.
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Code: TKLD Shipboard Emergency Drills must be carried out at least (OPA-90):
Once a month.
Once a year.
Once every 6 months.
Once a week.
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Code: GLKG In addition to personal equipment a complete set of fireman’s outfit also comprises a breathing apparatus and a fireproof lifeline. How many complete sets of fireman’s outfit is to be carried by all ships?
Two sets or more depending on the type and the size of the vessel.
At least one set or more depending on the type and the size of the vessel.
At least three sets or more depending on the type and the size of the vessel.
At least four sets or more depending on the type and the size of the vessel.
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Code: JYCG In case a fire alarm is sounded from the bridge, what action would you take as Engineer on Duty?
Start the fire pump.
Stop the engines.
Report to the muster station.
Contact the bridge by telephone and ask for instructions.
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Code: FTYA When reasonable and practicable, how often shall rescue boats be launched with their assigned crew aboard and manoeuvred in the water?
Every month.
Every 2 weeks.
Every 6 months.
Every week.
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Code: SGPK A safety valve is sufficient to prevent a BLEVE.
Wrong, if the valve is wrongly set.
Wrong, it depends on the product.
Wrong in all cases.
Right in all cases.
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Code: SCQR In order to achieve a greater effectiveness when using a permanent system of extinction with gases (for example CO2), we must:
Activate the alarm, evacuate the area and seal the place, then activate the extinction system.
Activate the extinction system before we activate the alarm.
Check the valves, seal the area and activate the extinction system.
Only activate the alarm, then the extinction system.
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Code: TYXA Generally the fixed sprinkler fire extinguishing system will be:
Wet pipe system.
High pressure water system.
Dry pipe system.
Gas system.
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Code: KTND What is the minimum capacity required of the emergency fire pump?
Not less than 40 % of total capacity of main pumps, but in any case not less than 25 m3/h.
Not less than 20 % of total capacity of main pumps, but in any case not less than 250 m3/h.
Not less than 40 % of total capacity of main pumps, but in any case not less than 250 m3/h.
Not less than 20 % of total capacity of main pumps, but in any case not less than 25 m3/h.
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Code: EWIQ When passenger ships are engaged on international voyages (except for short ones) musters of the passengers must be performed within:
24 hours after their embarkation.
1 week after their embarkation.
48 hours after their embarkation.
Immediately after their embarkation.
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Code: WDEY What is the minimum number of “international shore connections” that should be provided on vessels of 500 gross tonnage and upwards?
1.
3.
2.
0. Such connections only have to be provided on vessels over 1 000 gross tonnage.
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Code: WVHL Halons are decomposed into toxic products when they are applied at temperatures near:
500 °C.
100 °C.
350 °C.
1 000 °C.
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Code: RMPC The halogenated hydrocarbons (halon), are hydrocarbons in which the molecules have one (or more) atom(s) of hydrogen replaced by another atom (or atoms) of:
Fluorine and/or bromine.
Nitrogen and/or fluorine.
Ammonia and/or bromine.
Fluorine and/or ammonia.
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Code: HINF What fixed fire fighting medium do we normally use in the engine room, pump room and other spaces?
The fixed fire fighting medium in engine room, pump room etc. is Carbon Dioxide CO2, Halon or foam.
The fixed fire fighting medium in engine room, pump room etc. is foam.
The fixed fire fighting medium in engine room, pump room etc. is chemical powder.
The fixed fire fighting medium in engine room, pump room etc. is water.
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Code: OGEA May an engine room be only protected by a fixed low expansion foam fire-extinguishing system?
No.
Yes.
Yes, if the “engine room” is considered as a machinery space of category A.
It depends on the type of vessel.
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Code: RSSX The temperature control system of the main engine crankshaft bearings indicates high temperature. What would be the correct way to open and check the crankcase?
Stop the engine immediately and keep the lube oil pump running for at least 20 minutes before opening the crankcase.
Stop the engine immediately, stop the lube oil pump, and inspect the crankcase after 5 minute.
Stop the engine and open crankcase down immediately for inspection.
Reduce the RPM to a minimum and open the crankcase doors carefully.
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Code: EICL In case of a fire in engine rooms, cargo holds or other confined spaces, what has to be done before the central gas extinguishing system is used?
Make sure that the compartment has been evacuated.
Stop all engines.
Disconnect all non-emergency circuits from the main switchboard.
If any, open all bottom ventilation inlets and outlets to the compartment.
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Code: JWWL A detector that is activated by a rise of temperature is:
A thermic detector.
A detector of radiation.
An optic detector.
A smoke detector.
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Code: BFSL All waste receptacles shall be of non-combustible materials, built and equipped with:
No openings in sides and bottom.
A cover of a hinged self-closing type.
Permanent means for lashing.
A permanently attached cover.
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Code: DFSN Which of the following is allowed as a fire-extinguishing medium for fixed gas fire-extinguishing systems aboard ships?
Carbon dioxide.
Carbon monoxide.
Carbon disulphide.
All of the above gas are allowed.
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Code: PFKA The fire control plan on board is called the safety plan and shall be posted onboard. In port, a copy of this plan shall in addition be available from somewhere else. Where must this copy be available?
At the gangway.
On the terminal.
Handed over to the surveyors.
In the engine control room.
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Code: SJOB What is the requirements to ventilation ducts of more than 2 metres in length (ships other than passenger ships carrying more than 36 passengers)? SOLAS II-2/16.1.
They must be fabricated of non-combustible material.
They must be fabricated of fire-resistant material.
They shall have lining of non-combustible insulating material.
They shall be isolated from any combustible material.
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Code: HFPI What is the minimum number of fire control plans that should be permanently stored in a prominently marked weathertight enclosure outside the deckhouse for the assistance of shore side fire-fighting personnel?
At least one.
At least two.
At least three.
Not required providing one set is available inside the accommodation spaces.
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Code: JYLR Where would we find information regarding fire extinguishers, fire doors, remote release buttons, fire equipment etc. onboard a ship?
On the ship fire plan.
In the engine log book.
In the master’s log book.
In the ship drawings.
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Code: FUSE You are leading a team fighting an interior fire. If you see the colour of the smoke changing from dark black to grey, what is the most probable reason for that change?
The team is applying water and the temperature is decreasing.
The team has started to ventilate.
The percentage of oxygen is getting below 15 %.
The temperature inside is increasing.
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Code: JTBC What class of fire is a smouldering fire of wood, paper and other carbonaceous materials?
Class A.
Class D.
Class C.
Class B.
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Code: VMLM Which element must be removed to extinguish a fire?
All alternatives. It is enough that one of the mentioned elements are removed.
Oxygen.
Chain reaction.
Heat.
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Code: QGIV Which of the following is a combustion reaction?
All the answers are good.
Smouldering fire.
Open fire.
Explosion.
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Code: HYRP In case of a fire inside the Acetylene-line in the ac/ox gas welding equipment, what action is deemed necessary?
Close the valves on both the Acetylene and the Oxygen bottles.
Close valves on Acetylene bottle(s).
Close Acetylene valve in the workshop.
Close Oxygen valve.
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Code: JKAN Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Gas detector symbol

Gas detector.
Fire control plan.
Fire pump.
Emergency fire pump.
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Code: KFQI Which of the following measures should rather be considered as a prevention measure than as a protection measure?
Restriction in the usage of combustible materials.
Availability of an extinction equipment.
Detection of fire in the area where it has started.
Provision of an extinguisher in a compartment.
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Code: FPJV Which one of the listed fire-extinguishing medium is most effective against an open oil fire?
Foam.
Powder.
Gas.
Water.
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Code: QNVJ When at sea, you discover that the bilges in the engine room have a large quantity of oil residues floating around. What action should you take?
Notify Chief Engineer, find cause of leakage, remedy the leakage and then immediately start to clean the bilges.
Apply foam to the bilges to minimise the risk of fire.
Open the overboard valve and immediately start the bilge pump in order to draw these residues away from the bilges.
Start the fire pump.
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Code: QUEX What kind of process is a fire?
All the mentioned alternatives.
It is a chemical process.
It is a physical process.
It is a process characterised by an emission of heat, light and smoke.
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Code: AGRJ Having a CO2 alarm during normal working hours, what immediate action should be taken?
Get out of the engine room as soon as possible.
Get into the control room.
Awaiting further order.
Ignore the alarm.
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Code: DTIR If you have to carry out hot work close to a smoke detector in the engine room, what precautions should be taken?
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.
No special precautions except for having a watch man and a fire extinguisher available.
Disconnect the smoke detector.
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Code: JMMT If you detect a fire on board the ship, dependent on the situation, which of the following actions is the first to be taken?
Raise the fire alarm.
Try to kill the fire immediately by use of fire-extinguishers or other adequate appliances.
Call the officer on duty.
Check all nearby compartments for survivors.
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Code: VTLR The engine room is equipped with regular fire hoses and nozzles. What is important to observe when using water as an extinguisant in the engine room?
All the mentioned alternatives.
Water has a clear limitation in figting an oil fire.
To reduce the negative effect of water in an engine room, the spraying function to be used. The spray function will also give the personnel operating the fire hose good shelter against heat.
Water may short circuit electrical installation and may be a threat to the personnel operating the firehose as well as to electrical equipment itself.
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Code: FDCQ Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - foam release station

Foam release station.
CO2 battery.
International shore connection.
Remote controlled fire pumps.
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Code: HPVB You are carrying out a search in a smoke filled compartment wearing a breathing apparatus. At what stage should you start to make your way out of the compartment?
Regularly check your pressure gauge and note how much air you used to reach your work area. Start to return when you have this amount left plus a reasonable reserve.
15 minutes after starting to use the set as this leaves you with 5 minutes air left.
Wait until the breathing apparatus warning whistle sounds.
Wait for the appropriate signal on your safety line as the personnel outside will be keeping a track of the time you have spent inside.
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Code: KBGS What is the only reliable way of checking that the CO2 cartridge in a dry powder extinguisher is full?
Remove the cartridge and weigh it to check that it has the full weight stamped on it.
All of the alternatives are reliable methods.
Check if the seal on the extinguisher release handle is intact.
Weigh the extinguisher and check that it complies with the weight marked on it.
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Code: CLNB Oily rags and metal turnings:
Are a fire hazard because they are liable to spontaneous combustion.
Are not a fire hazard at all.
Are not a fire hazard unless ignited.
Are a fire hazard because they generate their own oxygen when ignited and are therefore difficult to extinguish.
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Code: ITPC What is the signal actuated by a fire detection system?
A visual and audible alarm signal at the control panel.
An audible signal at the control panel.
A visual signal at the control panel.
An audible and visual signal consisting in 7 short signals followed by a long one.
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Code: NBOJ In a liquid fire the surface of which is about 100 m2:
Flames are usually higher than the diameter of the fire.
The radiated heat can spread to exposures placed 200 m away.
The radiated heat is lower than the conducted heat.
The radiated heat can spread to exposures placed 100 m away.
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Code: SVBG Proteinic foams have the feature of being?
Of low expansion, viscous and solid, easily contaminated by hydrocarbons.
Of high expansion, made of tense-active compounds.
Of low expansion, not easily contaminated by hydrocarbons.
Of high expansion, not easily contaminated by hydrocarbons.
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Code: KLOY Which one of the following is a limitation on the use of chemical powders?
All the below mentioned alternatives.
They may put an insulating deposit on electronic equipment.
Some of them may give off NH3.
In some cases they may cause a violent reaction on combustible metals such as sodium.
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Code: MAOX Which one of the listed fire-extinguishing medium is to be preferred to fight a fire in an electric installation (for example the main switchboard)?
Powder.
Sprinkler.
Water fog.
Foam.
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Code: HCQM Which one of the following appliances is allowed to burn an oil fuel, the flash point of which may be a little bit lower than the one used for the main engine?
The emergency generators.
The inert gas generators.
The incinerators.
All the answers are wrong.
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Code: IEOE What class of fire involves liquids?
Class B fire.
Class A fire.
Class C fire.
Class D fire.
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Code: EYID What is the “international shore connection” used for?
To connect the ship fire main to the shore lines.
To connect the ship fresh water hoses to the shore.
To connect the bunker hoses to the shore.
To connect the cargo hoses to the shore.
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Code: XOJI What kind of fuel will originate a class A fire?
A solid (cardboard or wood…).
A liquid (gasoline or petrol…).
A gas, not under pressure.
A gas, under pressure.
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Code: XDIW Before extinction of an electric fire we need:
To disconnect the power source.
To put out the fire without taking any special measures.
To know the voltage and wear rubber gloves.
To confine the area involved in the fire.
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Code: RNOE Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - fire alarm panel

Fire alarm panel.
Sprinkler horn.
Hose box.
CO2 battery.
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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 material which is at the origin of the explosion (powder or gas).
The confinement of the place where the explosion occurs (inside or outside).
The initial pressure, temperature and moisture content.
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Code: NTBL The main risk for people when using CO2 as an extinguishing agent in a closed space is:
Air suppression.
Reduction of visibility.
Low temperature at the nozzle.
Toxicity.
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Code: BBVQ Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - self-closing door

A class fire door self closing.
Foam valve.
B-class fire door self closing.
Closing appliance for exterior door.
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Code: LIFP Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - flame detector

Flame detector.
Powder handgun.
Locker with protective clothing.
Emergency station.
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Code: RUYL After smoking, cigarettes should be disposed off as follows:
Disposed of in an ashtray, ensuring that it is extinguished.
Dropped over the side only if you are certain they are extinguished.
Dropped over the lee side only so that it cannot blow back on board.
Dropped into a waste bin.
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Code: AVFY Where shall manually operated call points in fixed fire-detection and alarm systems be located in accommodation spaces? (SOLAS II-2/13.2.1).
In all crew and passenger cabins.
At exits and in corridors.
In stairways and escape routes.
In messrooms, public lounges and other public rooms.
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Code: WFYY Which of the following may cause a fire in the accommodation spaces?
Overloading electric plugs.
All the mentioned alternatives.
Covering electric heaters with blankets.
Smoking in bed.
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Code: CGON Mention some important thoughts for what you have to do when you recognise that fire break out onboard:
Commence fighting the fire, call the persons around the fire and join the fire squad.
Report to bridge or duty officer, actuate the fire alarm, call the persons around the fire and join the fire squad.
Report to bridge or duty officer, actuate the fire alarm, organise and commence fighting the fire.
Go to the lifeboat start the motor then call the duty officer and commence fight the fire.
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Code: HSTT Hydrocarbon gas encountered in oil tankers cannot burn in an atmosphere containing less than approximately what percentage of oxygen (by volume)?
13 %.
11 %.
15 %.
17 %.
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Code: TGWD We must clean the spots of oil on hot surfaces because:
They imply uncleanness.
All the answers are correct.
They cause fires.
They give off vapours.
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Code: YJGQ What are the main components of the atmospherical air?
O2: 21 %, N2: 72 %, H2O: 5 %, CO2: 2 %, Rare gases: traces.
O2: 21 %, N2: 78 %, H2O: traces CO2: traces, Rare gases: traces.
O2: 75 %, N2: 10 %, H2O: 5 %, CO2: 5 %, Rare gases: traces.
O2: 50 %, N2: 50 %, H2O: traces, CO2: traces, Rare gases: traces.
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Code: PRRL In which ways is heat transmitted?
Delay, conduction, radiation.
Conduction, convection and radiation.
Radiation and gasification.
Gasification, conduction and convection.
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Code: KMVP The pressure in a flexible fire hose must be set up:
Before it is being laid down.
After it has been laid down.
While it is being laid down.
All answers are correct.
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Code: GKPM On a fire patrol at night you see smoke coming from a closed cabin door. What action should you take first?
As most people are sleeping, call a friend and ask him to assist in putting out the fire.
Activate the nearest fire alarm button and advise bridge of the location of the fire.
Take a look inside the cabin to see what the situation is.
Get the nearest fire extinguisher and then open the door to see what the situation is.
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Code: HMTS Besides certain other factors, a BOILOVER takes place:
When the product is a combustible liquid.
When the container also contains water.
If the tank has a floating roof.
When the container is nearly full.
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Code: AECJ A drip tray containing oil is on fire. The only fire fighting equipment available is water hose with spray jet/spray nozzle. How, if at all, should you attempt to put out this fire using water?
Water should be applied in a jet to the back of the fire.
The water can be applied in a fine spray starting from the front in a sweeping motion.
Water should not be used on any type of oil fire.
Water should be applied to the oil in a single jet only.
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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?
40 ppm.
20 ppm.
80 ppm.
100 ppm.
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Code: RCLC The effectiveness of foam is based on:
Smothering and dispersion.
Smothering and cooling.
Dilution.
Inhibition.
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Code: BRXF To maintain a fire, three conditions need to be met: Oxygen, combustible material and sufficient temperature for combustion. What subject must be removed to extinguish the fire?
Oxygen.
Either of the mentioned alternatives.
Heat, Oxygen and combustible material.
Combustible material.
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Code: MHPB Welding and flame cutting are among the factors which give the highest risk of fire on board ships. Precaution has to be taken to avoid this risk. Which of the following safety rules may be regarded as the most important?
Electric welding plants shall be controlled by a responsible engineer before use.
The welder shall have been instructed in the use of the ship’s welding plant.
Only holder of welding certificates shall be allowed to carry out welding on board ships.
Only use electrodes from a well-known manufacturer.
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Code: JQYB What class of fire involves gas?
Class A fire.
Class C fire.
Class B fire.
Class D fire.
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Code: XNPG The necessary elements to create fire are:
Combustible, oxygen, flames and chain reaction.
Combustible, oxygen, heat and chain reaction.
Combustible, air, flames and gas.
Heat and chain reaction.
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Code: JQYS Which of the following measures should be applied when hot work is to be undertaken in a harbour?
To maintain a permanent fire watch of at least four persons.
To have a hot-work permit.
All the answers are good.
To use only intrinsically safe equipment in the area where hot-work is performed.
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Code: VSMF The presence of smoke represents one of the greatest dangers in the fire fighting. Why?
It refrains the equipment from setting out the fire, and is irritating.
It reduces the visibility, provokes panic, is irritating and may be toxic.
It hinders communications, causes, burns, and provoke panics.
It only reduces visibility and is very hot.
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Code: BSFK What is a polar (liquid)?
A liquid that conducts electricity.
A liquid that mixes with water.
A liquid that doesn’t mix with water.
A liquid that emits flammable vapour.
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Code: BWLW As a general rule, what is the minimum flash point of an oil used as a liquid fuel on board?
30 °C.
60 °C.
10 °C.
There is no limit.
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Code: FYNQ Which of the following actions will most effectively prevent fire in a cabin?
Request people to refrain from smoking.
Ensuring that all persons avoid smoking in bed.
Removing all ashtrays.
Install fire detecting devices.
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Code: POLU When fighting fire, why shall you never pour water into hot fat?
The water will turn into steam and cause the fat to explode.
The water will explode into steam causing hot fat to be thrown far away thus possibly causing severe burns of fire.
The fat will not be edible any more.
The fat will stiffen immediately and need reheating.
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Code: FMKT What type of nozzles for fire hoses can be provided aboard ships?
Spray type only, incorporating a shutoff.
Dual purpose (jet/spray) type incorporating a shutoff.
Jet type only, incorporating a shutoff.
All of the above types can be provided.
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Code: SSPQ Generally speaking, what is the value commonly recognised as the maximum concentration of oil vapours allowed in the breathing air of a breathing apparatus?
10 mg/m3.
5 mg/m3.
50 mg/m3.
500 mg/m3.
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Code: MVGA For which of the following groups of substances or materials is the use of water as an extinguishing agent dangerous?
Alcohol, paraffin.
Sodium hydrosulphite, potassium hydroxide, magnesium.
Wood, rubber, oil.
Gas-oil, oily rags, synthetic textiles.
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Code: DXLK Where is the International Shore Connection to be stored?
In the engine room.
Easy accessible by the gangway.
In the accommodation.
Together with the cargohoses.
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Code: UKQF How do the extinguishing agents act?
By inhibition.
By cooling, smothering, combustible suppression, inhibition.
By ignition suppression.
By cooling, smothering, dilution with water and/or ventilation.
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Code: ISUD Which of these series of sizes corresponds to the international standard for nozzles?
10 mm and 20 mm.
12 mm, 16 mm and 19 mm.
10 mm, 20 mm and 30 mm.
5 mm, 10 mm and 20 mm.
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Code: EECH The duty engineer of a UMS ship is approached by a member of the ship’s staff, seeking permission to hang wet working clothes in the engine room to dry. He should:
Allow the clothes to be hung over rail next to the warm FO service tanks.
Not allow the clothes to be hung anywhere in the unmanned machinery spaces.
Allow the clothes to be hung over a rail provided there is no electrical equipment directly below.
Allow the clothes to be hung over a rail anywhere.
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Code: BSHD A class “D” fire involves what type of material?
Liquids.
Metals.
Gases.
Wood or other carbonaceous material.
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Code: DFYB What are the three diameters of fire hoses most commonly found on ships?
50, 74 or 100 mm.
25, 45 or 70 mm.
17, 43 or 74 mm.
10, 50 or 85 mm.
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Code: GJKN Water is the extinguishing agent which is the most widely employed and its action as an extinguishing agent is due to a combination of the following phenomena:
Smothering and inhibition.
Cooling, smothering and dispersion.
Smothering and dispersion.
Cooling, inhibition and dispersion.
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Code: GAPQ In general, what is the best extinguishing agent to put out a class A fire?
Dry chemical powder.
Water.
Foam.
Carbon dioxide (CO2).
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Code: WDBR Apart from red, what other colour is frequently used for a dry powder extinguisher?
Green.
Blue.
Black.
Yellow.
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Code: FLMJ If circumstances permit, how should low expansion foam be applied to oil burning near a bulkhead of the engine room?
The foam should be aimed at about 45° upwards so that it can drop onto the fire.
The foam should be aimed at the bulkhead behind the fire and allowed to spread out slowly over the fire.
The applicator should be used in a sweeping motion to spread the foam over the surface.
The foam should be applied to the centre of the fire.
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Code: FCWR The method of extinction by smothering is based on this basis:
The fire is extinguished by eliminating the heat so as to obtain a temperature at which the fuel doesn’t give off enough vapour.
The fire extinguished by avoiding the contact between the fuel vapours and the oxygen.
The fire is extinguished by interrupting the chain reaction, as it stops the transmission of heat by means of the action of chemical agents.
The fire is extinguished by avoiding the contact between the fuel vapours and the hot surface.
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Code: QXAK Which activity will have the greatest fire-fighting effect in case of a fire?
All fire-fighting teams are organized as soon as possible.
Extinguishing attempt is started immediately.
All possible fire-fighting equipment is brought to the scene.
Call the Chief Officer.
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Code: TNOX What is the inherent danger in welding/cutting in piping containing freon?
Depletion of the ozone layer.
Development of nitrous gases.
Depletion of oxygen in the air.
Development of explosive gases.
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Code: GMOE Among the additives used to improve the effectiveness of water in the fight against fire there are the moisturing ones. What is the task they perform?
They increase the viscosity of water.
They reduce the surface tension of water.
They protect the fuel with a thin covering that holds up the ignition.
They protect the fuel with a thin covering that holds up the ignition and they increase the viscosity of water.
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Code: CJHL One of the checks during the annual Class survey of the UMS functions is focusing on cleanliness of the engine room. What is the reason for such a check?
To avoid frequent alarms.
To reduce the general risk of fire in an unmanned engine room.
To have the engine room looking tidy.
To prevent risk of pollution.
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Code: TXKL What is the main advantage of a positive pressure breathing apparatus?
It ensures a constant supply of air.
If the face mask has a leak toxic fumes/smoke would still not enter the mask.
The positive pressure makes it easier to breathe when working hard.
It is less complicated and cheaper than a breathing apparatus of the demand type.
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Code: DBBK What is the minimum capacity of the portable tank of a portable foam applicator?
10 litres.
1 litre.
20 litres.
5 litres.
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Code: ACPG How does low expansion foam act as an extinguishing agent when dealing with oil fires?
The heat from the fire causes the foam to produce an inert gas which gradually extinguishes the fire.
By smothering and also by providing some cooling.
By cooling only.
By smothering only.
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Code: MUNT If a fire starts in the fuel tanks of a vessel, the fire will be:
A class A fire.
A class B fire.
A class E fire.
A class D fire.
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Code: UCDU The extinguishing agent which can be applied on any fires of class A, B or C is:
CO2.
Multipurpose powder.
Halon.
Sprayed water.
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Code: TNOD Could a lift be considered as an escape route from the engine room?
Yes.
No.
Yes, if it is constructed with class A materials.
It depends on the distance of the escape route.
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Code: LVXI The aim of fire detection is:
To discover where a fire starts.
All the answers are correct.
To activate the alarm.
To begin applying an emergency plan.
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Code: DQKN In which one of the following an oil, the flash point of which only needs to be over 43 °C, may be used?
In the main engine.
In emergency generators.
In the kitchen.
In inert gas generators.
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Code: CDBN According to their physical state, extinguishing agents may be classified in to:
Solid, proteinic and gases.
Solid, liquid and gases.
Synthetic, proteinic, gases and liquid.
Proteinic and synthetic.
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Code: AISX In a smoke filled alleyway where will the cleanest air be found, and how should you proceed out?
Sit and wait for the rescue party.
Near to the deck, crawl out keeping your face as near to the deck as possible.
It will be the same in all parts, therefore I would just leave as quickly as possible.
Towards the upper part, stand as tall as possible and walk out.
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Code: YQPX What is flashpoint of an oil or liquefied gas?
The flashpoint is the temperature needed to have a oil or liquefied gas pumpable.
The flashpoint for an oil or liquefied gas is the temperature at which it is possible to ignite the vapour above the liquid.
The flashpoint is the mixture of oxygen and hydrocarbons needed to have an oil or liquefied gas to burn.
The flashpoint is the temperature the oil or liquefied gas need for self ignition.
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Code: EKXF In general what is the proportion of concentrate to water to produce foam?
Between 50 % and 100 %.
Between 3 % and 6 %.
Over 100 %.
This operation is done automatically and in relation to the foam.
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Code: BRKU In order to extinguish a flammable liquid of the same kind as alcohol, we can use:
Sprayed water.
Anti-alcohol foam.
Water and foam.
Water.
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Code: GBCC Monoammonium phosphate used as a dry powder can be effective on which of the following type of fire?
Liquid and gases.
Solid, liquids, and gases.
Metals.
Solid, liquid, gases and metals.
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Code: XPNH What is the absolutely main purpose with fighting a fire on board?
Try to put out the fire.
Rescuing of life.
To put out the fire.
To limit the fire.
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Code: GDRY The fire point is:
The maximum pressure that will be reached when a given combustible burns into an enclosed space.
The minimum temperature at which a combustible gives off vapours that may burn in contact with oxygen in air, and at which combustion persists once the source of ignition has been removed.
The minimum temperature at which a combustible gives off vapours that may burn when they are in contact with oxygen in air, when there is a presence of activation energy; but with no capacity of maintaining combustion.
A process of chemical decomposition by oxidation-reduction at unusually high temperature, in areas with slight ventilation.
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Code: SKFX Which of the following are frequent causes of fires in accommodation?
Smoking in bed.
1 – Smoking in bed, 2 – Covering of electric fires with blankets, 3 – overloading electric plugs.
Covering of electric fires with blankets.
Overloading electric plugs.
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Code: UHFQ When is a visitor onboard required to present an ID?
Only on SECURITY Level 3.
On SECURITY Level 1, 2 & 3.
On SECURITY Level 2 & 3.
Never.
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Code: UCXR Which statement about IED’s is true?
IED’s don’t cause serious damage.
All IED’s have four common components.
IED’s are difficult to manufacture.
All IED’s looks like.
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Code: YPYM Which of these are indications that a parcel is suspicious?
The parcel smells like chocolate.
The parcel is addressed to no one in particular, arrives unexpectedly and seems heavy for its size.
The parcel came from Joe in the safety department and arrived quicker than expected.
The parcel is wrapped in clean, brown paper and is addressed to a crewmember from his wife.
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Code: IHKR Which of these are indicators that an individual may be a drug smuggler?
The individual spends his or her free time hanging out with others.
The individual wears bulky or out of season clothing.
The individual makes small local purchases.
The individual is disinterested in the ship’s cargo.
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Code: KGMX What is the purpose of the Ship Security Plan?
Outline specific measures for your ship to move from security level 1 to 2 and from 2 to 3.
Protect your ship from risks posed by security threats or incidents.
Detail the duties of shipboard personnel assigned security responsibilities.
Outline the organizational structure for the ship.
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Code: NJMP Which of these actions should crew take if a suspicious object that may be a bomb is located during a search?
Place the object in a desk drawer or file cabinet.
Confirm with their search partner that the object found is suspicious.
Throw the object overboard.
Cover the suspicious object with a box or blanket.
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Code: IFXF The best way to identify an IED is to:
Weight the object.
Recognize its components.
Shake the object.
Measure the size of the object.
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Code: QQNT Which of these types of information is considered sensitive?
Planned maintenance schedule and emergency response procedures.
Voyage itinerary and departure and arrival times.
Way points and training records.
Ship schematic and HR policies.
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Code: PEIT Which of these weapons are widely available and commonly used by criminals and terrorists to further their aims?
Incendiary device.
Gun.
Vehicle borne device.
Liquid explosive.
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Code: NMTT What is an IED?
An incendiary device.
A homemade bomb.
An explosive.
A type of gun.
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Code: MDRU Which of the following areas may be possible restricted areas? Review all answers.
The Engine control room.
All alternatives.
The Cargo control room.
The Bridge.
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Code: VVBI Which Security Levels requires the highest security alert?
Security Level 2.
Security Level 3.
Security Level 1.
Security Level 4.
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Code: QWIA Which type of equipment can be used to detect explosives?
Water cannon.
Particulate detector.
CCTV.
Metal detector.
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Code: SWFO When handling drugs:
Shut off the ventilation in the room where the drugs are being stored to ensure any vapours or fumes do not spread to other parts of the ship.
Wear skin protection and a facemark.
Test out the potency of the drug.
Briefly inhale powders, fumes or vapours to verify the substance is a drug.
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Code: KDBI During a bomb search, which of the following is an important principle to follow?
Throw any suspicious items overboard.
Do not touch any suspicious packages.
Know exactly what a bomb looks like.
Try to reach behind bulkheads to find a bomb.
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Code: NVCD What do crew, visitors and contractors all have in common?
They’re all onboard the ship for the duration of its voyage.
They all have opportunity to smuggle drugs.
They’re all trained in ship emergency procedures.
They’re all employees of the ship.
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Code: KGMX What is the purpose of the Ship Security Plan?
Outline specific measures for your ship to move from security level 1 to 2 and from 2 to 3.
Protect your ship from risks posed by security threats or incidents.
Detail the duties of shipboard personnel assigned security responsibilities.
Outline the organizational structure for the ship.
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Code: OWWM Which of these procedures should crew follow when conducting a bomb search?
Wait in the area they’ve finished searching until they’re contacted for a status update.
Stand quietly in various spots around the space, listening for unusual sounds like the tick tock of a clock mechanism.
Conduct random or spot checks of logical threat areas.
Search the perimeter of the space up to a height of 5 feet.
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Code: IFXF The best way to identify an IED is to:
Weight the object.
Recognize its components.
Shake the object.
Measure the size of the object.
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Code: RJUQ If drugs are discovered onboard your ship:
Disembark crew and passengers as quickly as possible at the next port of call so the authorities can conduct their investigation.
Ensure the witness to the discovery signs your incident report.
Write a report a few days after the event and describe everything that occurred.
Notify the authorities after you arrive at the next port of call.
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Code: KWKK Which of these conventions is The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code a part of?
MARPOL.
SOLAS.
STCW-95.
The Anti Terrorist International Agreement.
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Code: JNYL Searches are often triggered by:
The receipt of a shipment of damaged stores.
An increase in security level by the Flag State.
Lost baggage.
News stories of stowaways.
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Code: QGUN The Declaration of Security:
Details a ship’s security measures.
Addresses the security requirements shared between ships or between a port facility and a ship.
States the reporting procedures to government contact points.
Identifies the security responsibilities of shipboard personnel.
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Code: CSVA One of the categories of information that must be included in your SSP is:
Threat scenarios.
Security arrangements.
Ship security survey.
Weaknesses in security measures.
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Code: BJXI Who is responsible for ensuring your ship completes a security assessment?
Flag State Administration.
Company Security Officer.
Ship Security Officer.
Recognized Security Organization.
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Code: ASFG Who is responsible for issuing an ISPS certificate?
The Port State.
The insurance company.
The Flag State.
US Coast Guard.
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Code: VGGB What percentage of the baggage is required to be checked at Security Level 1?
5-15 % of the baggage is required to be checked at Security Level 1.
25-50 % of the baggage is required to be checked at Security Level 1.
The percentage is not specified.
100 % of the baggage is required to be checked at Security Level 1.
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Code: BMHG Which statement about the use of profiling onboard a ship is true?
Detection equipment can be used in place of profiling.
Profilers need at least half an hour to gather the information they need.
A random selection process must be established.
Only visitors can be profiled.
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Code: GGRN Who is responsible for completing the DoS on behalf of the ship?
Chief Engineer.
Company Security Officer.
Ship Security Officer.
Chief Officer.
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Code: JOVY Which of these statements about drug smuggling is true?
Drugs are difficult to conceal onboard a ship.
Drug smuggling is only a problem in certain ports, so only ships sailing in those ports need to implement preventative measures.
The risks to ships are not restricted to specific areas or trading routes.
I don’t know.
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Code: QBTJ Check the items that can be a possible threat:
Bombing and Sabotage.
Cargo tampering and Stowaways.
All alternatives.
Piracy, Hijacking and Smuggling.
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Code: YYBC Which of these precautionary measures can reduce the threat of piracy, if implemented?
Turn off all of the ship’s lights at night.
Stay at least 15 nm away from the shore.
Sail at full speed.
Plan to arrive at port at night.
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Code: BJXI Who is responsible for the development of the Ship Security Plan?
The Port Facility Security Officer.
The Ship Security Officer.
The Company Security Officer.
The Classification Society.
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Code: LITS Who is responsible for ensuring that your ship’s security plan meets the requirements of the ISPS Code?
Ship Security Officer.
Recognized Security Organization.
Company Security Officer.
Flag State Administration.
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Code: EGGB What is a Continuous Synopsis Record?
A plan for continuous maintenance of security equipment.
A record of all security incidents.
A record of the vessels history.
A plan including all security measures onboard.
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Code: XODJ Which of these statements about profiling is correct?
Check the ID of all visitors and some crew prior to boarding.
Pay less attention to body language and behaviour and more attention to answers to questions.
Verify that answers to questions match up with what’s already known about the person being questioned.
Use only open-ended questions.
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Code: BHHQ Which type of profiling is used to obtain information about rival companies and their employees?
Criminal.
General.
Industrial.
Commercial.
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Code: EBAT Which of these statements about drug smugglers modes of operating is true?
Individual enterpreneurs usually smuggle large quantities of drugs.
An organized conspiracy usually smuggles a small amount of drugs.
Drugs smuggled by an organized conspiracy are usually concealed in a primary ship system such as the engine room or in a tank, void or compartment.
Drugs hidden by individual enterpreneurs are usually difficult to detect.
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Code: GXLT Who is responsible for the regular security inspections of the ship?
The Classification Society.
The Port Facility Security Officer.
The Ship Security Officer.
The Company Security Officer.
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Code: FRUB Information about your ship’s security arrangements and procedures is stored electronically. Which of these measures will help safeguard it from potential threats?
Work history verification.
Protective markings.
Passwords.
Encoded email messages.
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Code: BQOG Which two persons check the Declaration of Security?
The local Police Officer and Ship Security Officer.
The Company Security Officer.
The Port Facility Security Officer and the Ship Security Officer.
The local Coast Guard Officer.
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Code: CMDG If drugs or suspected drugs are found onboard your ship, follow the five C’s: Confirm, Clear, Cordon, Control and:
Chuck.
Change.
Check.
Cheer.
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Code: IOEU What percentage of the ship’s stores are required to be inspected at Security Level 3?
5-20 % of the ship’s stores are required to be inspected at Security Level 3.
25-50 % of the ship’s stores are required to be inspected at Security Level 3.
100 % of the ship’s stores are required to be inspected at Security Level 3.
50-80 % of the ship’s stores are required to be inspected at Security Level 3.
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Code: TDTH The most effective way to combat the threat of drug smuggling is to:
Perform routine, but irregular searches using teams of two or more personnel from the same department.
Organize crew into pairs and conduct weekly searches of the ship.
Combining routine, but irregular searches of the ship with spontaneous targeted searches.
Perform spontaneous targeted searches using teams of two or more personnel from the same department.
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Code: OAEQ Part way through a profiling interview with a supplier, the package the individual is carrying arouses your suspicion. What do you do?
Call for help on the radio.
Take the package and open it.
Discreetly inform someone of your suspicious so he or she can get assistance.
Confront the individual and demand that he open the package.
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Code: JOVY Which of these statements about drug smuggling is true?
Drugs are difficult to conceal onboard a ship.
The preventative measures you incorporate into your ship’s security plan should be exhaustive, regardless of the level of threat identified by your ship’s security assessment.
The risks to ships are not restricted to specific areas or trading routes.
Drug smuggling is only a problem in certain ports, so only ships sailing in those ports need to implement preventative measures.
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Code: AEAV A contractor is hired to install new navigation equipment onboard your ship while it’s berthed. For a period of time he’s left unsupervised and photographs schematics of the ship that he finds rolled up and stored in the corner of a nearby office. Later, from home, he hacks into the network and prints off information about the ship’s security procedures. Which of these information security measures would have prevented his unauthorized access?
Protective markings, reference checks, and passwords.
Secure area, passwords, a firewall and protective markings.
Secure area, passwords, a firewall and a secure network.
Firewall, protective markings, vetting and a secure network.
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Code: FWAN You can reduce the need for security guards in certain areas by installing:
Vapour detectors.
Metal detectors.
Anti-intruder devices.
Water cannons.
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Code: SJXD The International Maritime Bureau Piracy Reporting Centre attributes the increased numbers of hijackings to:
Easy access to military weapons.
Higher crime rates around the world.
The greater involvement in piracy of well-organized and armed crime networks.
More crew involvement.
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Code: AHVI Which of this information must be included in a piracy attack alert?
The type of weapons being carried by the pirates/highjackers.
The number of pirates/highjackers.
Your ship’s name and call sign.
The number of crew onboard.
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Code: YNFL The first step in completing an SSA is to:
Identify the key shipboard operations, systems, areas and personnel that are critical to protect.
Develop an onboard security survey checklist.
Create a list of potential motives for security incidents against your ship.
List the existing security measures.
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Code: RDSM Which of these measures would you implement to prevent drugs from being smuggled onboard your ship while it’s berthed?
Search some of the packages, spares and stores received.
Check a portion of the bags and packages brought onboard.
Maintain restricted areas.
Eliminate fore and aft deck watch at night.
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Code: NBBP Which of these actions should you take it your ship is successfully boarded by armed pirates?
Fight back.
Keep quiet and ignore any questions you’re asked.
Assure your captors that you’re not planning an attack to overthrow them.
Scream in fear and refuse to cooperate.
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Code: REXQ Eavesdropping and phone taps are examples of which threat to information security?
Subversion.
Sabotage.
Espionage.
Terrorism.
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Code: JGNE Which information should be included in your search plan?
Known hiding spots to be searched.
Personnel to be involved in the search.
Areas to be searched and personnel to be involved in the search.
Areas to be searched.
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Code: GBSX In which of these circumstances can your ship request a DoS?
Your ship is operating at a lower security level than the ship or port it is interfacing with.
Your ship has added a new port to its list of ports of call.
Your ship is conducting activities with a port or ship that is not required to implement an approved security plan.
There is a heightened security risk for your ship and a port facility.
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Code: SVMW For a search to be effective it must be:
Organized haphazardly.
Inclusive of all personnel.
Centrally controlled.
Conducted by personnel with limited knowledge of the ship’s layout.
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Code: QTEG From the list below, which is among the recommended actions for a vessel to take, on entering an area known for pirate activity?
To transit at night time only.
To confine all ship’s personnel to one room onboard.
To transit with maximum safe speed.
To turn off all lights.
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Code: CTRN The purpose of profiling is to:
Make judgements about people based on heir appearance.
Categorize people on their nationality and ethnicity.
Get beneath the outer shell of an individual to obtain a more complete picture.
Identify different personality types.
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Code: IDEE Which of these tasks are performed as part of the SSA?
Implement measures to address weaknesses in ship security.
Assign security duties to ship personnel.
Assess the likelihood and potential consequences of security incidents.
Train shipboard personnel in their security duties.
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Code: RBPN Which of following are security duties?
Checking ID of visitors onboard.
Monitoring of restricted areas.
All alternatives.
Calibration of security equipment.
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Code: NNPI What type of bomb search should you conduct to avoid panic when the credibility of the threat is in doubt and you don’t want to disrupt ship business?
Known hiding spot search.
Crew search.
Nominated officers search.
External search team.
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Code: JVLB The best way to prevent stowaways from boarding your ship is to:
Conduct a Nominated Officers search.
Conduct routine, but irregular searches of the ship.
Seal spaces that are not in use while in port, and perform a search of the ship before leaving.
Search the ship when you arrive at port and again just after leaving.
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Code: RMXL As regards the launching and recovery arrangements for rescue boats which is required among the following:
Launching and recovery arrangements shall be such that they can be operated at all times from the bridge.
Different type of launching and recovery arrangements shall be used for similar survival craft on board the ship.
Means shall be available to prevent any discharge of water on to survival craft during abandonment.
Each lifeboat shall be provided with separate appliances which is capable of launching and recovering the lifeboat.
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Code: BOGC As per SOLAS regulations, the general emergency alarm system must be tested:
Every 3 weeks.
Every 2 weeks.
Every week.
Every month.
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Code: BUFM What is a contingency plan for ships?
Plan for next voyage.
Plan for maintenance and repair.
Plan for safety preparedness.
Loading plan for general cargo.
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Code: FTYA When reasonable and practicable, how often shall rescue boats be launched with their assigned crew aboard and manoeuvred in the water?
Every week.
Every 6 months.
Every month.
Every 2 weeks.
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Code: MJPV The analyses of the smoke produced by a fire, may give an interpretation of that fire. Which are the factors we should take into account?
Amount and opacity only.
Colour only.
Opacity, amount and colour.
There is no possible interpretation of a fire according to the smoke.
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Code: FBMV Every inflatable liferaft, inflatable lifejacket and hydrostatic release units shall be serviced:
Every 24 months.
Every 18 months.
Every 12 months.
Every 36 months.
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In a distress situation, how many times or for how long should the emergency alarm be sounded?
Until the signal “risk is over” or the order “abandon ship” is given.
3 minutes.
Until all crew members and passengers have reported to their respective muster stations.
3 times.
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Under way to go discharging port temperature tests indicate fire in a hold loaded with coal. What is the first action to be taken?
Call for assistance from other ships or rescue vessels.
Open the hatches and cover the top of the cargo by foam.
Close all air ventilators and other openings to the hold in question.
Fill the hold with water.
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Code: GEDQ How often must the Emergency Steering Gear be tested, and how is this information recorded in the OLB?
Fortnightly, with signature of Chief Engineer and witness.
Monthly, with signature of Chief Engineer and witness.
Every 3 months. Details of test with signatures of Master and witness.
Monthly, with signature of person carrying out test.
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Code: VQLA A hand flare must have a burning period of at least:
10 min.
5 min.
1 min.
30 sec.
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Code: HQGU Buoyant smoke signals shall be so designed as to burn or emit smoke:
When under water.
Continuously after having been immersed for a period of 1 minute under 1 m of water.
Continuously after having been immersed for a period of 10 seconds under 100 mm of water when underwater.
Only when not in the water.
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Code: CINO How would you know how many people a lifeboat is supposed to hold?
Fill the boat up until no more space is left.
No fixed number as it depends on the people’s size.
The number of persons should be clearly stated on the outside of the boats bow.
Ask one of the deck officers.
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Code: KWPJ When should a crew member joining a ship for the first time be given some training and instructions in the use of the ship’s fire-fighting appliances?
As soon as possible but not later than 2 days after he joins the ship.
As soon as possible but not later than 24 hours after he joins the ship.
As soon as possible but not later than 2 weeks after he joins the ship.
As soon as possible.
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Code: FILE Which of the following items must be included in each fire drill?
Checking fireman’s outfits and other personal rescue equipment.
Starting a fire pump using at least two required jets of water to show that the system is in proper working order.
All the items mentioned.
Reporting to stations and preparing for the duties described in the muster list.
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Code: EIPW Fire protected lifeboats when waterborne should be capable of protecting its full complement when subjected to a continuous oil fire that envelops the boat for a period of not less than how many minutes?
10 minutes.
15 minutes.
8 minutes.
20 minutes.
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Code: HLQN Which of following items shall be included in an abandon ship drill?
Checking the lifeboat provisions and supplies.
Checking the distress signal rockets and other distress signals.
Instruction in the use of radio life-saving appliances.
Checking passenger’s immersion suits.
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Code: XETN Among working conditions listed below which one is required for every propulsion engine of lifeboats?
Propeller permanently driven by the engine.
For a period of at least 72 hours.
Starting achieved within 2 min of commencing the start procedure at an ambient temperature of -15 °C.
Any type of fuel.
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Code: BNEO What is the minimum number of channels required for the portable two-way VHF’s for survival craft?
Channels 6, 12 & 16.
Channels 16 & 12.
Channels 6, 13 & 16.
Channel 16 only.
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Code: XPXH Which one of the following items has to be included in an abandon ship drill according to SOLAS regulations?
Starting and operating radio life-saving appliances.
Launching and recovery of a survival craft.
Checking that life-jackets are correctly donned.
Manoeuvring the lifeboat in the water.
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Code: NEJV You are on board a cargo ship. The ship is heavily listing to starboard, making impossible the launching of the survival craft stowed on this side. Lifeboats and liferafts are equally distributed on each side of the vessel. What should be the total number of persons that can be accommodated in the remaining survival craft stowed on the port side? (*) N is the total number of persons that vessel is permitted to carry:
At least 100 % N (lifeboat capacity: 50 % N; liferaft capacity: 50 % N) (*).
At least 150 % N (lifeboat capacity: 100 % N; liferaft capacity: 50 % N) (*).
At least 200 % N (lifeboat capacity: 100 % N; liferaft capacity: 100 % N) (*).
At least 150 % N (lifeboat capacity: 50 % N; liferaft capacity: 100 % N) (*).
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Code: ATLV Which among the following list is required for lifeboat equipment according to present regulations?
Be made of fire retardant material.
Be made of buoyant material or stored in buoyant containers.
Be secured in a manner as not to intefere with abandonment procedures.
Be made of fire-retardant material and stored in buoyant containers.
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Code: BVJQ Which one of the given requirements regarding survival craft muster and embarkation arrangements corresponds to the present SOLAS regulations?
Searchlights to be provided at the launching station.
Muster and embarkation stations are to be arranged separately to improve working conditions.
Muster and embarkation stations shall be readily accessible from accommodation and work areas.
Davit-launched survival craft muster and embarkation stations shall be arranged to enable stretchers to be placed in survival craft.
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Code: VIRV The steps of the embarkation ladder must be proportioned as it follows:
Length = 580 mm, breadth = 165 mm, depth = 30 mm.
Length = 280 mm, breadth = 85 mm, depth = 10 mm.
Length = 480 mm, breadth = 115 mm, depth = 25 mm.
Length = 380 mm, breadth = 145 mm, depth = 20 mm.
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Code: KDMG Where do you find minimum drill requirements?
In classification society rules.
In owner’s instructions.
In the SOLAS convention and its annex.
In manager’s instructions.
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Code: YHDN What colour flare is used to signal a safe landing place for small boats?
Blue.
Yellow.
Green.
White.
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Code: UDAD Which one of the listed requirements regarding life-saving appliances corresponds to present regulations?
All prescribed life-saving appliances shall be fitted with the manufacturers name and logo.
All prescribed life-saving appliances shall have marking in red colour.
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.
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Code: CBAH During helicopter evacuation of an injured man, what course should the ship steer?
With the wind astern so that the effect of the wind is reduced as much as possible.
With the wind fine on the bow opposite to the helicopter operating area.
As instructed by the helicopter pilot.
Directly into the wind.
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Code: UJGM Which of the following requirements regarding life-buoys correspond to present regulations? (SOLAS III/7.1).
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.
Not less than half the total number of lifebuoys shall be provided with self-igniting lights.
At least four life-buoys on each side of the ship shall be fitted with buoyant lifelines.
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Code: GPPS What is the minimum number of immersion suits that are required to be provided for each open lifeboat under SOLAS rules?
6.
Nil.
3.
One for each person.
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Code: EGNN The pyrotechnic used to transmit visual signals to other vessels, boats or aircrafts are of the following type:
Hand flare.
Buoyant smoke signal.
All of the below mentioned.
Rocket parachute flare.
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Code: IXBH Which of the survival craft listed below is equipped with a buoyant line, not less than 50 m in length, of sufficient strength to tow a liferaft?
Lifeboat.
Life raft.
Rescue boat.
None of them.
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Code: EJCH How often should the lifeboat wire falls be turned and renewed?
Turned every 2 years and renewed every 4 years.
Renewed every 3 years.
Turned at intervals of not more than 30 months and renewed every 5 years.
Turned every 30 months and needs only to be renewed if the wire is in poor condition.
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Code: PBTW The steps of the embarkation ladder used must be spaced apart by a distance of:
Equally spaced, not less than 200 mm or more than 280 mm.
200 mm.
Equally spaced and not less than 300 mm or more than 380 mm.
300 mm.
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Code: GOUY 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?
Call the nearest coastal radio station.
Use the VHF-radio telephone to ask ships in the vicinity to stand by.
Use the intercom to inform crew and passengers of the reason for the alarm.
Send distress signals to call for help.
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Which one of the listed requirements regarding the stowage of rescue boats corresponds to present SOLAS regulations. Rescue boats shall be stowed:
Attached to launching appliances.
Wherever space is available.
So that neither the rescue boat nor its launching arrangements will interfere with any survival craft at any other launching station.
In a state of readiness for launching in not more than 2 minutes.
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Code: PGII The operating mode of a pyrotechnic signal depends essentially on:
The fact that the user is on board a liferaft, a lifeboat or ship.
A definite standard process.
Instructions or diagrams printed on its casing by the manufacturer.
The weather conditions of the moment.
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Code: OBRV On all UMS operated vessels and also on most other vessels the engine room is equipped with fire detectors. What requirements of testing and checking of the detectors are to be observed?
When testing detectors by suitable equipment (smoke and heat) check that the sensors self controlling system, e. g. flashing control light etc. is functioning.
Check the detector with heat and/or smoke (in accordance with instructions in its manual).
All the mentioned alternatives.
Check that the actual detector is giving appropriate signals to the central control unit and that all electric connections are in good order.
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Code: RGCP How often are “abandon ship” drills required to be held on cargo vessels according to SOLAS?
Once every year.
Once every week.
Once every month.
Once every 6 months.
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Code: GVWW Poster or signs shall be provided on or in the vicinity of survival craft and their launching controls. Which one of the following requirements has to be included?
Give information on survival craft capacity.
Give an overview of location of all lifesaving appliances.
Give relevant instructions and warnings.
Give information on survival craft speed and seaworthiness.
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Code: EWIQ When passenger ships are engaged on international voyages (except for short ones) musters of the passengers must be performed within:
Immediately after their embarkation.
48 hours after their embarkation.
24 hours after their embarkation.
1 week after their embarkation.
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Code: BWWO During test and/or maintenance work of the CO2 system affecting the release system, precautions to ensure that the gas is not released into the engine room due to a mistake are to be ensured. What precautions should be taken?
Arrange a watchman in the CO2 central.
No special precautions necessary.
The main supply line to be blanked off prior to the work.
Check the main valve for a potential leakage.
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Code: JVIQ Which of the following information shall be specified by the muster list?
The abandon ship signal consisting of two long blasts.
The muster list has been prepared and approved by the administration before the ship proceeds to sea.
Action to be taken by crew and passengers.
The specific duties assigned to passengers that are in charge of a group of others.
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Code: MJPV The analyses of the smoke produced by a fire, may give an interpretation of that fire. Which are the factors we should take into account?
Colour only.
Amount and opacity only.
Opacity, amount and colour.
There is no possible interpretation of a fire according to the smoke.
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Code: EONQ Which of the following detailed explanations should be mentioned in the Training Manual?
How to use escape routes and other escape methods.
How to use navigational equipment for survival crafts.
How to recover survival craft and rescue boats including stowage and securing.
How to use surface to air visual signals to be used by survivors.
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Code: FUKP How much food per person is supplied in a lifeboat?
Not less than 20 000 kJ.
Not less than 5 000 kJ.
Not less than 10 000 kJ.
None – only barley sugar sweets supplied.
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Code: DIIY What is the purpose of the “Bowsing tackle” (block and tackle) supplied at each end of the lifeboat?
It is a general purpose tackle to be used in any type of emergency.
It is designed to pull the boat alongside the embarkation deck after the tracing pennants have been released.
It keeps the boat alongside the embarkation deck so that the tracing pennants can be released.
It enables the boat to be secured to the embarkation deck so that the wire falls can be released for changing or end for ending.
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Code: SGYJ Which among the following list is particularly required for a totally enclosed lifeboat?
Self-bailing arrangements.
Handrails inside for persons moving to their seats.
Windows on both sides can be closed watertight and opened for ventilation.
Hatches positioned so as to allow launching and recovery operations to be performed without any occupant having to leave the enclosure.
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Code: GHND What are the tricing pendants made for?
They prevent people from falling down if the lifeboat falls down.
They prevent the lifeboat from falling down if one or both davit breaks.
They automatically prevent any gap between the ship side and the lifeboat at the first stage of its launching.
They prevent the lifeboat from falling down if the falls break.
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How many Radar Transponder (SART) are required to be carried onboard a ship for use in survival crafts?
Two on each side of the ship.
2, one of which being capable of floating free if the ship sinks.
One on each side of the ship.
One in each lifeboat.
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Code: CFBM Which of the following prevention actions offers the guarantee of an efficient intervention in an emergency?
The installation of protective measures.
Training of the crew.
All the listed answers.
Planning of the emergency.
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Code: ASQB How many hand held distress flares are carried in each lifeboat?
2.
12.
6.
4.
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Code: APLT You are starting to get low on water in the lifeboat. What should you do?
Mix sea water with 50 % fresh water.
Drink urine.
Collect rain water.
Use sea water.
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Code: AMYI The mandatory color of a hand flare is:
Yellow.
Green.
Red.
White.
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Code: IXBH Which of the survival craft listed below is equipped with a buoyant line, not less than 50 m in length, of sufficient strength to tow a liferaft?
Life raft.
Lifeboat.
Rescue boat.
None of them.
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Code: FECM For how long and at what speed is a fully loaded lifeboat designed to operate in calm weather?
4 knots for 48 hours.
6 knots for 24 hours.
3 knots for 24 hours.
10 knots for 24 hours.
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Code: ADSH The Training Manual shall contain instructions and information on the life-saving appliances and the best method of survival. The training manual shall contain detailed explanations of crew duties in relation to emergency situations. Which of the following tasks or duties shall be included in the manual according to present regulations?
The use of surface to air visual signals to be used by survivors.
The use of the ship’s line throwing apparatus.
The use of escape routes and other escape methods.
The use of navigational equipment for survival crafts.
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Code: XIHN A cargo hold containing such cargo as nitrates, chlorates etc. which produces oxygen under the influence of heat catches fire while the vessel at sea. How would you deal with this?
Close the hatches and use the fixed CO2 system because water cannot be used with this type of cargo.
Use large quantities of water as soon as possible.
Apply boundary cooling only.
None of the above answers are correct.
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Code: GWGP Which one of the listed requirements regarding the stowage of a survival craft corresponds to present SOLAS regulations? Each survival craft shall be stowed:
On the starboard side of the ship.
In a secure and sheltered position and protected from damage by fire or explosion.
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.
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Code: FWVL How is the painter released from the lifeboat, once the boat is waterborne and ready to leave?
Cut it with the axe provided.
Remove the toggle which will release the painter.
Cut it with the knife contained in the equipment locker.
The painter will automatically part by the weak link when the boat goes astern to clear the ship.
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Code: SWRC Hand flares and buoyant smoke signals can continue to burn or emit smoke after having been immersed for a period of 10 s.
Right, if the immersion depth is more than 1 m.
Right, if the immersion depth is smaller than 100 mm.
Right.
Wrong.
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Code: BJRE Which one of the given requirements regarding manning and supervision of survival craft corresponds to the SOLAS regulation?
There shall be at least 5 trained persons on board, mustering and assisting untrained persons.
A deck officer or certificated person shall be placed in charge of each survival craft to be used.
Every motorised survival craft shall have a certificated engineer assigned.
Every lifeboat required to carry radio telegraph installation shall have a deck officer capable of operating the equipment assigned.
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Code: ESPO The muster list must be prepared:
At least 2 hours after the ship has proceeded to sea.
At any moment before the ship proceeds to sea.
At least 2 hours before the ship proceeds to sea.
At least 1 hour before the ship proceeds to sea.
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Code: LNIJ Which 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 shallhold 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.
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Code: GPPS What is the minimum number of immersion suits that are required to be provided for each open lifeboat under SOLAS rules?
6.
3.
Nil.
One for each person.
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Code: EEDP As far as human factor is concerned, which of the following actions should be considered as an efficient one?
To train the fire brigade.
All the listed answers.
To equip them with better communication systems.
To establish inner rules to perform work of a special risk.
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Code: BVQC For how long should the self contained air support system on a totally enclosed lifeboat having its engine running be capable of providing safe and breathable air?
5 minutes.
10 minutes.
20 minutes.
30 minutes.
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Code: DAWD The training manual shall contain instructions and information in easily understood terms and illustrated wherever possible. Which of the following objects do not have to be explained in detail in the manual according to present regulations?
Starting of Main Engine.
Donning of fire protection clothing.
Handling of stowaways.
Donning of lifejackets and immersion suits.
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Code: GWGP Which one of the listed requirements regarding the stowage of a survival craft corresponds to present SOLAS regulations? Each survival craft shall be stowed:
On the starboard side of the ship.
In a secure and sheltered position and protected from damage by fire or explosion.
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.
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Code: OATS HEL-H is the abbreviation of a heavy helicopter radius of action for rescue purposes. What do you think the radius and evacuating capacity of the helicopter is?
500 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 25 persons.
200 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 15 persons.
100 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 10 persons.
150 nm and capacity for evacuating more than 12 persons.
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Code: OCKG Which of the following fittings shall be provided to all lifeboats?
An electric power starting system for the propulsion engine with one rechargeable energy source.
A manually controlled lamp fitted on the inside.
Permanent boarding arrangements on both sides to enable persons in the water to board the lifeboat.
A remotely operated steering arrangement.
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Code: PGII The operating mode of a pyrotechnic signal depends essentially on:
The fact that the user is on board a liferaft, a lifeboat or ship.
Instructions or diagrams printed on its casing by the manufacturer.
A definite standard process.
The weather conditions of the moment.
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Code: SUKO When fully loaded, a lifeboat should have a sufficient strength to withstand a drop into the water from a height of:
Not less than 1,5 metres.
Not less than 3,0 metres.
Not less than 0,5 metres.
Not less than one third of the distance from the stowage position of the lifeboat to the waterline in the lightest seagoing condition.
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Code: BOGC As per SOLAS regulations, the general emergency alarm system must be tested:
Every 2 weeks.
Every week.
Every 3 weeks.
Every month.
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Code: XIPW What is the priority for the ship’s management team when fire breaks out?
The ship’s management team must fight the fire and then call the fire teams.
The ship’s management team must organise the fire teams and then the teams have to rescue missing personnel.
The ship’s management team and the crew must evacuate the ship.
The ship’s management team must call the nearest fire brigade and police station.
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Code: IYTO How much lifeboat capacity should be provided on a conventional cargo ship of more than 85 metres in length?
150 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
100 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
125 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
50 % of the ship’s complement on each side.
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Code: VDVM What are the conditions that influence the efforts for organising the fire-fighting?
Where the fire breaks out, how many fire teams are available, what is burning, distance to the fire station.
Where the fire breaks out, how many fire teams are available, the strength of the fire, the ships mobility, what is burning and communication.
Where the fire breaks out, the ships mobility, distance to the fire station and the size of the fire brigade.
Distance to the fire station and the size of the fire brigade, what is burning, possibility to get water.
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Code: GTJJ Is it necessary to be certified to be a lifeboat-commander?
Yes, you must attend a one week course at a approved course center.
Yes, you must attend to a course held by certified personnel, and provide evidence of having maintained the required standards of competence every 5 years.
No, the only thing you need is one hour instruction from a deck officer.
No.
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Code: IJWV What manoeuvre should be carried out in case of a fire onboard a ship?
Keep the stem up against the wind if possible.
Reduce speed and, if possible, keep the fire zone to the leeward of the ship.
Continue on course and speed.
Let the ship follow the wind in order to reduce the oxygen supply.
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Code: KCTC The smoke detector (fire indicator) indicates a fire in a cargo hold loaded with general cargo; this is immediately followed by a heavy smell of fire. What action should be taken first?
Use the ship’s central gas-extinguishing system to put out the fire.
Close the ventilation system and other openings to the hold in order to choke the fire.
Inspect the scene before deciding the method to be used for fire-fighting.
Start the fire pumps, open the hatches and start fighting the fire with fire hoses.
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Code: SNOM How many pyrotechnic signals to be in each lifeboat?
6 Rocket parachute flares / 6 hand flares / 6 buoyant smoke signals.
4 Rocket parachute flares / 6 hand flares / 2 buoyant smoke signals.
10 Rocket parachute flares / 12 hand flares / 5 buoyant smoke signals.
8 Rocket parachute flares / 2 hand flares / 6 buoyant smoke signals.
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Code: GEDQ How often must the Emergency Steering Gear be tested, and how is this information recorded in the OLB?
Fortnightly, with signature of Chief Engineer and witness.
Every 3 months. Details of test with signatures of Master and witness.
Monthly with signature of person carrying out test.
Monthly, with signature of Chief Engineer and witness.
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Code: PMCX The correct order of actions to be taken in a fire emergency, should be:
Evaluation of the situation, confinement of fire, rescue and life-saving, extinction.
Evaluation of the situation, rescue and life-saving, confinement of fire, extinction, then feed back on the emergency.
Extinction, confinement of fire, feed back on the emergency, rescue and life-saving, then evaluation of the situation.
Extinction, evaluation of the situation, confinement of fire, rescue and life-saving.
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Code: NDLR Which one of the listed requirements regarding lifeboat equipment correspond to present regulations? The normal equipment of every lifeboat shall include:
Oil pollution equipment.
A survival manual.
Sea charts and navigation equipment.
Helicopter rescue equipment.
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Code: EMLN Which of the following duties shall be included in the “muster list” as being assigned to members of the crew?
Preparation of immersion suits for the ship’s passengers.
Preparation and launching of the survival craft.
Preparation of manoeuvres intended to ease launching of the survival craft.
Operation of the vessel’s propulsion system.
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Code: DXKQ As regards the launching and recovery arrangements for rescue boats which is required among the following:
Each lifeboat shall be provided with separate appliances which is capable of launching and recovering the lifeboat.
Means shall be available to prevent any discharge of water on to survival craft during abandonment.
Launching and recovery arrangements shall be such that they can be operated at all times from the bridge.
Different type of launching and recovery arrangements shall be used for similar survival craft on board the ship.
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Code: PLMY An inflatable liferaft accommodation 6 persons is fitted with:
1 entrance fitted with a boarding ladder.
1 entrance fitted with semi-rigid boarding ramp.
2 entrances each being fitted with a boarding ladder.
2 entrances among which one is fitted with a semi-rigid boarding ramp.
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Code: LXMG What is the general emergency alarm signal as specified in SOLAS?
One long blast.
Seven or more short blasts followed by one long blast.
Three short blasts followed by three long blasts then three short ones.
One long blast followed by seven short blasts or more.
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Code: YQTK What is the first thing you are doing when having a lifeboat drill?
Wait for order.
Put on the life jacket.
Swing out the davit.
Enter the lifeboat.
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Code: EEHC An alarm signal consisting of seven short blast followed by one prolonged blast is sounded by the ship’s whistle and alarm bells. What are you to do?
Go to (or remain in) your cabin and await further orders.
Go to your lifeboat station.
Report on the bridge (deck crew) or engine room (engine crew) for further orders.
Go to your fire station.
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Code: HYDL The wearer of a lifejacket can jump into the water without injury and without damaging the jacket from a height of at least:
7 m.
4,50 m.
12 m.
10 m.
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Code: ACXK A lifebuoy light is capable of working at minimum for a period of, and has a luminous intensity of:
2 h, 1 candela (about 1,0 mile range at normal meteorological sight).
2 h, 2 candela (about 1,7 mile range at normal meteorological sight).
4 h, 2 candela (about 1,7 mile range at normal meteorological sight).
4 h, 2 candela (about 1,0 mile range at normal meteorological sight).
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Code: GSES The rescue quoit of a liferaft is attached to a buoyant line whose length is at least:
50 m.
30 m.
10 m.
5 m.
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Code: QRVV Wearing an immersion suit when abandon ship is effective permits the person:
To climb up and down vertical ropes.
To jump from a height of 4,5 m into the water without being injured or damaging the suit.
Not to wear a lifejacket because the suit has sufficient buoyancy.
Not to wear warm clothing because the suit has sufficient insulation.
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Code: DDIQ A lifejacket must not sustain burning or continue melting after being totally enveloped in a fire for a period of:
20 sec.
2 sec.
10 sec.
1 min.
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Code: XOVR Which one of the listed requirements regarding the stowage of liferafts corresponds to present SOLAS regulations?
Liferafts intended for throw-overboard launching shall be stowed midships secured to means for transfer to either side.
Liferafts shall be stowed with its painter permanently attached to the ship.
Davit-launched liferafts shall be stowed on starboard side of the ship.
Liferafts shall be stowed so that they are not released automatically.
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Code: WVNC The weak link of a float-free arrangement for liferafts must break under a strain of:
9,7 kN ± 0,4 kN.
4,2 kN ± 0,4 kN.
2,2 kN ± 0,4 kN.
0,7 kN ± 0,4 kN.
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Code: KEVJ A 6-men inflatable liferaft shall be carried as far forward as is reasonable and practicable. Where is the best stowing position?
In a locker in forecastle.
Aft of the forecastle secured with wire, turnbuckle and slip hook.
Aft of the forecastle.
All forward on the forecastle and secured with the use of a hydrostatic release device.
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Code: OWFT Which of air and water is the fluid that transfers the greatest amount of heat during the same time, given that the fluid is not flowing along the immersed body?
Both are transferring equally.
Air if the temperature of the fluid is 10 °C; water if temperature of the fluid is < 10 °C.
Water.
Air.
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Code: QPMY If conditions permit, which is the best way to board a liferaft which is floating close to the ship?
Wearing a lifejacket, jump into the water close to the raft and then swim to it.
Jump into the water close to the raft, without a lifejacket, as this will make it easier to swim and board the liferaft.
Use a rope ladder close to the raft to climb down and board.
Jump onto the raft itself.
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Code: PUSR What shall you do if you see a person falling into the sea?
Launch a lifeboat.
Put on a lifejacket.
Throw a lifebuoy over board and report to the bridge immediately.
Run aft.
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Code: SJKT When mustered to an abandon ship drill, what is the first thing you do when entering the muster station?
Report your presence.
Wait for orders.
Put on a life jacket.
Wait for the order to put on your life jacket.
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Code: FWVK How many “thermal protective aids” are required to be carried on passenger vessels with open lifeboats?
They are not required, providing the boat has a canvas canopy which can be rigged in cold weather.
10 in each lifeboat.
One for each person on board who is not provided with an immersion suit.
Each lifeboat should carry the same number of thermal protective aids as the number of persons it is designed to carry.
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Code: LAWB What method shall be used when hauling survivors out of the sea (state of survivors is critical)?
Using lifebuoy.
Using painter.
Using nets.
Using heaving line.
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Code: GTQE The grabline of a lifebuoy has a length of:
2 times the outer diameter of the lifebuoy.
3 times the outer diameter of the lifebuoy.
4 times the outer diameter of the lifebuoy.
5 times the outer diameter of the lifebuoy.
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Where can you find what your duties are during a lifeboat drill?
From the drill leader.
Stated at the embarkation station.
Muster List.
Safety plan.
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Code: QMYC In which way shall a survivor be hauled out of the sea?
Vertical.
None of the mentioned.
Horizontal.
In 45° angle.
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Code: KIQX You have abandoned ship in a liferaft. In most cases, which of the following actions should you generally take?
Organise a lookout system.
Join up with any other survival craft and stream the sea anchor.
Organise a lookout system. Join up with other survival craft if possible. Stream the sea anchor.
Start paddling in the direction of the nearest land.
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Code: FCNJ When having a fire alarm during normal working hours, what immediate actions should be taken?
Everybody gather in the safety centre.
Start the fire pump, the sooner the better.
Act according to instruction given in the fire plan.
Start searching for the fire to determine if it is in the engine room.
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Code: ACVX What is the minimum number of lifebuoys carried by a cargo vessel of more than 200 metres in length?
18.
20.
14.
12.
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Code: IDEA An evacuation-slide must be capable:
Of being deployed by one person or remotely controlled from the bridge.
Of being deployed by two person or remotely controlled from the bridge.
Of being deployed by one person.
Of being deployed by two persons.
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Code: EUWE How many hand held distress flares are carried in each liferaft with SOLAS B pack?
2.
4.
3.
Nil.
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Code: AQBO What will you bring in a lifeboat if the ship is abandoned?
As much biscuit and canned food as possible.
All pets that will most likely not be able to enter the boat by themselves.
Warm clothes, blankets and lifevests.
All valuables like money, jewelry etc.
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Code: WHIT What is the greatest interest of the “help” position?
It lessens the survivor’s stress.
It prevents the survivor’s blood from collecting in the lower part of his body.
It lessens the survivor’s heat escape.
It lessens the survivor’s fatigue.
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Code: SRCN How much water per person is provided in a liferaft equipped with a desalting apparatus?
5 litres.
2,5 litres.
1 litre.
15 litres.
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Code: LAYJ What will you do when all the fresh water in the survival craft is finished or about to finish?
Drink only 1 litre of sea water per day.
Use sea water to keep your body wet.
Start collecting rain water.
Drink sea water.
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Code: GSWG When the fire alarm signal is sounded every member of the ship’s crew shall immediately proceed to their assigned fire station. Which one of the following signals is used as fire alarm signal on board cargo ships?
Intermittent signals on the ship’s alarm bells.
Three short blasts followed by three long blasts, then followed by three short blasts on the ship’s whistle and alarm bells.
One long blast on the ship’s whistle and alarm bells followed by seven short blasts.
Seven short blasts followed by one long blast on the ship’s whistle and alarm bells.
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Code: QHKJ The breaking strength of the painter in a liferaft permitted to accommodate 6 persons is at least:
7,5 kN.
5 kN.
2,5 kN.
10 kN.
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Code: VCSD A lifebuoy is constructed to withstand a drop into the water from a height of:
30 m.
4 m.
18 m.
10 m.
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Code: ATLY Which one of the listed requirements regarding life-jackets corresponds to present SOLAS regulations? A life-jacket shall be so constructed that:
It allows the wearer to jump from height of at least 4,5 m into the water without injury and without damaging the life-jacket.
It allows the wearer to jump from any height without injury and without damaging the life-jacket.
It gives a long term thermal protection.
It can be correctly donned within 3 minutes without assistance.
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Code: TTHL A lifejacket or immersion suit light has a luminous intensity of, and is capable of working at minimum for a period of:
0,75 candelas (about 0,6 mile range at normal meteorological sight), 8 hours.
0,75 candelas (about 0,6 mile range at normal meteorological sight), 4 hours.
2 candelas (about 1,7 mile range at normal meteorological sight), 4 hours.
2 candelas (about 1,7 mile range at normal meteorological sight), 4 hours.
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Code: DAQE How many buoyant smoke signals are carried in each lifeboat?
2.
4.
6.
12.
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Code: EUWE How many buoyant smoke signals are carried in each liferaft with SOLAS B pack?
1.
4.
6.
Nil.
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Code: KSWJ What is the main characteristic of the weak link in a float-free arrangement for inflatable liferafts?
Be of sufficient strength to permit to pull the painter from the container and the inflation of the liferaft.
Be of such a strength to be cut by any person with a jack-knife.
Be of sufficient strength to keep the liferaft alongside the ship when dragged at a maximum speed of 3 knots.
Be of sufficient strength to break at a depth of at least 4 m and release the liferaft from its berth.
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Code: KESU The main buoyancy chamber of an inflatable liferaft must be divided into:
2 compartments.
3 compartments.
2 compartments separated by a non-return valve.
3 compartments separated by a non-return valve.
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Code: AKRT A lifejacket is so constructed that a person can correctly don it within a period of:
1 min.
10 sec.
30 sec.
2 min.
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Code: NEEW According to SOLAS, every persons assigned to crew the rescue boat or assigned to the marine evacuation system party shall be provided with:
An immersion suit or an anti-exposure suit.
An immersion suit.
An anti-exposure suit.
An thermal protective aid and a lifejacket.
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Code: EAWN Which of the following features is required for an anti-exposure suit?
Is fitted with a light and a whistle.
Can be continuously worn without impeding every duties to be performed by the wearer when in normal watch on the bridge.
Is marked with the name of the vessel to which the appliance belongs.
Is made of such a material that it cannot be torn.
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Code: PHPE An immersion suit is:
Not allowing undue ingress of water after a jump from a height of not less than 4,5 m into the water.
Totally waterproof whatever may be the condition of immersion.
Not allowing undue ingress of water after a jump from a height of not less than 18 m into the water.
Not allowing undue ingress of water after a jump from a height of not less than 8,5 m into the water.
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Code: SPAG Which part of the float-free arrangement for inflatable liferafts is made to release the liferaft after being automatically inflated during the ship is sinking?
The weak link.
The lashing strap.
The hydrostatic release unit.
The painter.
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Code: DIKP The thermal insulation provided to the wearer of an anti-exposure suit is sufficient to ensure that the wearer’s body core temperature does not fall at a rate of more than:
1,5 °C per hour after the first 0,5 h immersion in calm water at a temperature of 5 °C.
1,5 °C per hour after the first 2,5 h immersion in calm water at temperature of 5 °C.
0,5 °C per hour after the first 1,5 h immersion in calm water at temperature of 5 °C.
1 °C per hour after the first 2 h immersion in calm water at temperature of 5 °C.
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Code: NXCC What alarm signal must be sounded by the alarm bells in case of fire?
The signal which is stated in the muster list.
A continuous signal.
Series of short blasts.
One long blast followed by seven short blasts.
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Code: OIBJ On a dark night with a clear atmosphere, the outside manually controlled lamp of a liferaft is visible at minimum at a distance of:
2 mile.
4 mile.
8 miles.
0,5 miles.
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Code: MSVK A lifejacket should be provided with:
A whistle and a light.
A whistle.
A light.
On ships built after February 1992 all lifejackets should be fitted with a light.
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Code: QNVP How many thermal protective aids are carried in each liferaft?
10 % of the number of persons the liferaft is designed to carry, or two, whichever is more.
The number of persons the liferaft is permitted to accommodate.
Nil.
6.
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Code: IKNO A person wearing a thermal protective aid shall be able:
To wear a lifejacket inside.
To jump into the water from a height of 4,5 m.
To swim a short distance through the water and board a survival craft.
To climb up and down a vertical ladder.
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Code: HWDR How many buoyant smoke signals are carried in each liferaft with SOLAS A pack?
2.
4.
6.
Nil.
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Code: TIFE A lifejacket has sufficient buoyancy and stability to lift the mouth of an unconscious person at a minimum of:
120 mm above the water (in calm water).
180 mm above the water (in calm water).
160 mm above the water (in calm water).
40 mm above the water (in calm water).
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Code: JLRA What equipment is provided in a liferaft to help you keep warm in cold weather?
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).
At least 10 % of the rafts complement with a minimum of 2 thermal protective aids are provided.
The floor of the raft has a second layer which can be inflated to give additional insulation from the cold water.
Thermal protective aids for each person.
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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.
Join up with any other survival craft and stream the sea anchor.
Start paddling in the direction of the nearest land.
Organize a lookout system.
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Code: QYAM What is the minimum length of the buoyant lifeline that is fitted to a lifebuoy which is stowed at a distance of 10 metres above the waterline (light condition)?
30 metres.
20 metres.
15 metres.
10 metres.
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Code: UDLC Which part of the fresh water quantity provided for each person the liferaft is permitted to accommodate may be replaced by a de-salting apparatus?
0,5 l if the de-salting apparatus is capable of producing this quantity in 2 day.
0,5 l if the de-salting apparatus is capable of producing this quantity in 1 day.
0,25 l if the de-salting apparatus is capable of producing this quantity in 2 day.
0,25 l if the de-salting apparatus is capable of producing this quantity in 1 day.
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Code: IYNT An immersion suit will not sustain burning or continue melting after being totally enveloped in a fire for a period of:
2 sec.
20 sec.
1 min.
10 sec.
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Code: LTQR The minimum number of lifebuoys required on passenger ships depends on:
The length of the ship.
The sea area in which the ship is allowed to sail.
The tonnage of the ship.
The number of persons on board.
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Code: NTJV On board a ship, how many lifebuoys can you expect to be fitted with a self-igniting light?
Half of the total number of lifebuoys provided on board.
The total number of lifebuoys provided on board.
The two lifebuoys of the quick-release system and at least one other in the vicinity of the stern.
Only the two life buoys of the quick-release system.
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Code: CHQC An immersion suit which has its own buoyancy is fitted with:
A light plus a whistle.
A light plus a whistle plus a knife.
A light.
A whistle.
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Code: HPHU A person wearing lifejacket or immersion suit, shall be able to turn from a face-down to a face-up position in not more than:
5 seconds.
10 seconds.
15 seconds.
8 seconds.
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Code: UBFL Records relating to breaches of security and changes in security level must be secured against unauthorized access and available for review by contracting governments:
True.
False.
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Code: MLES Only search vehicle compartments where you suspect objects may be hidden:
False.
True.
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Code: NLCM Your ship security plan must include procedures for responding to security threats, auditing security activities and interfacing with the port facility:
True.
False.
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Code: BTVJ The DoS addresses the responsibility for the security of the water around the ship and the verification of increased threat levels:
True.
False.
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Code: UVFA A Ship Security Assessment is integral to the creating of your ship’s security plan:
True.
False.
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Code: KGTH Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - arrow

Primary means of escape.
Powder release station.
Secondary means of escape.
B-class fire door.
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Code: EXEG Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - fire extinguisher

Wheeled fire extinguisher.
Emergency generator.
Fire pump.
Portable fire extinguisher.
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Code: PVHA Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - call point

Manually operated call point.
Fire station.
Fire alarm panel.
Water fog applicator.
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Code: YLDC Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - portable fire extinguisher

Portable fire extinguisher.
Wheeled fire extinguisher.
Fire alarm.
None of the above.
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Code: NOTM Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - protected area

Combustible, oxygen, heat and chain reaction.
Combustible, oxygen, flames and chain reaction.
Combustible, air, flames and gas.
Heat and chain reaction.
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Code: PQFU Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - self closing door

B-class fire door self closing.
A-class fire door self closing.
D-class fire door self closing.
C-class fire door self closing.
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Code: DCJM Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - foam

Space protected by foam.
Foam valve.
Flame detector.
Fire pump.
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Code: YONW Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - sprinkler section valve

Sprinkler section valve.
Area protected by sprinkler.
Fire alarm panel.
Fire pump.
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Code: UMHW Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - foam monitor gun

Foam monitor gun.
Water monitor gun.
Powder handgun.
Powder hose and handgun.
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Code: IELO This device can detect a package of drugs inside a large delivery of ship’s stores. What is it?

Pallet scanner

Pallet scanner.
Vapour detector.
Access control system.
Security container.
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Code: CILX Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - air supply

Start air supply.
Start air filling of the davit launched liferaft.
Start ventilation of the lifeboat.
Start ventilation of the rescue boat.
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What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol - lifeboat

Lifeboat.
Liferaft.
Davit-launched liferaft.
Rescue boat.
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Code: AIWH Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Sign - water spray

Start water-spray.
Secure lifeboat hatches.
Lower lifeboat to water.
Rescue boat with waterproof canopy.
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Code: JHKS What is the meaning of this symbol?

Symbol - rocket

Line-throwing appliance.
Survival craft pyrotechnic distress signals.
Rocket parachute flares.
Radar transponder.
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Code: ABEN A rocket parachute flare reaches an altitude of:

Symbol - parachute flare

Not less than 180 m.
Not less than 450 m.
Not less than 300 m.
Not less than 40 m.
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Code: KQCR Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - portable radio

Survival craft portable radio.
Rocket parachute flares.
EPIRB.
Survival craft distress pyrotechnic signals.
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Code: HFRA What is the meaning of this symbol?

Seat belt

Fasten seat belts.
Secure hatches.
Start air supply.
Release falls.
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Code: DKXP Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - pyrotechnic signal

Survival craft distress pyrotechnic signals.
Line throwing appliance.
Radio signal emitting parachute flare.
Lifeboat hand flare.
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Code: BBDF Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - release gripes

Release gripes.
Davit launched lifeboat.
Davit launched rescue boat.
Release falls.
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Code: QKMN Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Sign - start engine

Start engine.
Reverse engine.
Start water spray.
Indicates manual starting direction of the engine.
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Code: SJTA Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - lifeboy with light

Lifebuoy with light.
Lifebuoy with light and smoke.
Lifebuoy with hand flare.
Lifebuoy with line.
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Code: FTEC Identify this symbol:

Symbol - emergency generator

Emergency generator.
Inert gas installation.
Escape gate.
Fire glass door.
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Code: NNOO Give the meaning of this symbol:

Symbol - lifebuoy

Lifebuoy with light and smoke.
Lifebuoy with light and line throwing appliance.
Lifebuoy with light and hand flare.
Lifebuoy with automatic sound signal.
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Code: GMQY Give the meaning of this symbol:

Symbol - lifebuoy with line

Lifebuoy with line.
Lifebuoy with light.
Lifebuoy with light and smoke.
Lifebuoy with line and smoke.
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Code: ITWS Give the meaning of the following symbol:

Symbol - liferaft

Liferaft.
Lower liferaft to water.
Inflate liferaft.
Muster station to liferaft.
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