.
Our site needs your help!
Site categories
1/ Help
:

Questions and answers to Seagull CES test for seamans about Deck department, Management level, General Cargo Vessel

Join Our Telegram (Seaman Community)

Welcome to the website where you can find answers for the CES test on the subject «Deck Management General Cargo Vessel». This site will help you as a marine specialist improve your knowledge with the help of open information, where you can find questions as well as answers for them. CES based on practical information and marine specialists experience.

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

  • Version: 5.0, 5.1, 6.0.0.
  • Test type: STCW.
  • Department: Deck.
  • Level: Management.
  • Vessel type: General Cargo Vessel.

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

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

Current test contains Seagull CES questions on the subject «Deck Management General Cargo Vessel». These questions can be used to test the competence of a person who is able, as a third officer on an oil tanker, to perform the basic duties of assisting senior officers in the safe navigation and operation of the vessel. It is also the responsibility of the ship’s worker to maintain accurate navigational records, conduct regular safety checks, and ensure that all applicable maritime regulations are observed.

«Deck Management General Cargo Vessel» subject includes theoretical and practical information about safety working with electrical equipment. Knowledge of this information directly indicates the competence of the employee who holds the relevant position on the ship. In addition, the officer is responsible for supervising the deck crew, supervising cargo operations, and conducting regular safety drills and drills. As a junior officer, you must learn from and support more senior crew members while gaining valuable experience that can be applied to future roles in the maritime industry.

This page contains answers to Seagull CES (Crew Evaluation System) test about Deck Management General Cargo Vessel, and serve as a database of questions and answers, using which seafarer can prepare to exams for getting certificate of competence, or just to challenge yourself with knowledge in this theme.



CES Deck Management General Cargo.pdf

Download

Use the search below to find question.

Amount of questions: 61.

Right answers marked with this sign .

Code: XIAY Where is the Safety Certificates for ships to be kept?
In the Captain’s office.
Posted up in a prominent place onboard the ship.
In the Captain’s safe.
In the Owner’s office.
Code: GXYD According to Rule 26 of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions and the illustrated lights, what type of vessels are they?
These are two vessels engaged in fishing (pair trawling), showing the additional volutary signals for hauling nets.
This is a vessel engaged in towing a disabled tow, restricted in its ability to manoeuvre, with a searchlight used to highlight the location of the tow.
These are two vessels engaged in fishing (using purse-seine gear). The searchlights are simply working lights.
These are two vessels engaged in fishing (pair trawling), showing the additional voluntary signals for shooting nets.
Code: ESCJ Who will have the authority to take charge and make appropriate decisions in the event of a vessel emergency when transiting the Panama Canal?
The ship’s company.
The ship’s Master.
The Panama Canal Authority.
The Master and Pilot will agree the best course of action to be taken to resolve the emergency situation.
Code: NRLY Which PPM is allowed for discharging of “Bilge Water” overboard?
15 PPM.
50 PPM.
100 PPM.
0 PPM.
Code: HNVI The portable walkie talkies required to be carried by GMDSS regulations should have which channels as a minimum?
Channels 6 & 16.
Channels 6, 13 & 16.
Channels 13 & 16.
Channel 16 only.
Code: RYMM Which of the following requirements regarding on board stability data corresponds to present regulations? (NSCL 4/12.1).
A calculation example showing the use of “KG” limitation curves.
Drawings and calculations documenting the stability of the ship, both in intact and all possible damage condition.
A calculation example showing use of “GM” limitation curves.
Stability data produced by stability calculation instruments.
Code: UNMM An Oil Record Book, Part 1, shall be provided to every ship of 400 tons gross tonnage and above to record machinery space operations. Out of below mentioned operations, it is compulsory to record:
Transfer of oil from settling – to daytank.
Discharge of water from Aft, Peak Tank.
Purification of HFO.
Bunkering of bulk lubricating oil.
Code: GFRW What possible reason could there be for the identification mark associated with a Racon not being visible on the radar screen?
The transmitted radar frequency may not trigger the Racon transmitter.
The racon may not be transmitting a pulse.
The radar may be suppressing the mark with application of the Interference Rejection control.
All of the suggested answers.
Code: SLHH What possible reason could there be for the identification mark associated with a Racon not being visible on the radar screen?
200 nm off US coast.
200 nm off coast of California.
Within 200 nm of US waters including Guam, Hawaii, Alaska and San Juan.
Within US waters.
Code: XIPW What is the priority for the ship’s management team when fire breaks out?
The ship’s management team must call the nearest fire brigade and police station.
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 fight the fire and then call the fire teams.
Code: CIUL How often must inspection of proper working of the EPIRB’s and SART’s take place on board? Once per:
Week.
14 days.
Month.
I don’t know.
Code: YOYO A message is sent to a fax-machine. However the message cannot be delivered by the land earth station. The land earth station will:
Will only send a non-delivery notification (NDN) to the sender if so requested by him.
Automatically send a non-delivery notification (NDN) to the sender.
Never send a non-delivery notification (NDN) if a fax message to the sender. The sender to verify if the message was received.
I don’t know.
Code: OCSO The MF/HF-transceiver on board is tuned to the assigned frequency of a station. To make this connection the following mode is used:
J2B.
J3E.
H3E.
I don’t know.
Code: LEMO The DSC-controller display the following: DOO: 244562000 CH16; S distress sinking. After receiving this DSC message the following is done immediately:
Listen out on VHF channel 16.
Send a “distress alert relay”.
Give a “DSC-acknowledgement”.
Call the Chief officer.
Code: CPKJ By the degree of selectivity of a receiver is meant:
Ability to distinguish weak stations from adjacent stronger stations.
Ability to prevent variations in the strength of radio frequency signal received.
Ability to make weak stations audible.
I don’t know.
Code: XCFI What mode must be used on the MF/HF transmission, when transmitting a telex-message:
H3E.
F1B/J2B.
J3E.
I don’t know.
Code: XFOI At the entrance to the space where batteries are stored on board the following notice must be fitted:
Crew only.
Keep access free.
No entry with naked light and/or flame.
I don’t know.
Code: BCCE Which of the options best describes how a “Balanced Rudder” is constructed?
Part of the rudder area is forward of the turning axis, therefore reducing the load on the steering motor.
A rudder with equal rudder area forward and aft of the turning axis, the turning axis being at the geometrical centre of the rudder area.
A rudder which is operated by two steering motors providing equal amounts of thrust to the rudder.
A rudder with an additional flap attached the training edge to improve the rudder efficiency.
Code: VSWN Which of the following channels and modes should be used when initiating a distress alert transmission?
Channel 6 DSC.
Channel 13 Radiotelephony and channel 16 DSC.
Channel 6 Radiotelephony.
Channel 70 DSC.
Code: UETJ What is the action that a GMDSS Radio Operator should take when a DSC distress alert is received?
The Operator should immediately set continuous watch on the radiotelephone frequency that is associated with frequency band on which the distress alert was received.
The Operator should immediately set continuous watch on the NBDP frequency that is associated with frequency band on which the distress alert was received.
No action is necessary, as the DSC control will automatically switch to the NBDP follow-on communications frequency.
The Operator should immediately set continuous watch on VHF channel 70.
Code: MMGB Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain maritime assistance?
39.
38.
37.
32.
Code: KSGK Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain medical advice?
26.
32.
38.
42.
Code: HDOT Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain medical assistance?
26.
32.
38.
42.
Code: JNTN Which of the following is the correct minimum carriage requirement for a ship of more than 300 gross tons and operating in area A1:
1 VHF RT + DSC + DSC watch receiver – 1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver – 2 or 3 VHF portable – 1 EPIRB.
1 VHF RT – 1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver – 2 or 3 VHF portable – 1 EPIRB.
1 VHF RT + DSC + DSC watch receiver – 1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver – 2 or 3 VHF portable.
I don’t know.
Code: GHLS Which of the following is a ship MMSI?
1227200.
2275300.
22753000.
227530000.
Code: JHBM Messages sent via INMARSAT-C are charged:
On the number of kilobits of information transmitted per block of 256 bits.
On the basis of a three minute minimum charge with one minute incremental steps.
On the number of kilobits of information transmitted per block of 1 024 bits.
On the basis of a six second minimum charge with six second incremental steps.
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 but not later than 24 hours after he joins the ship.
As soon as possible.
Code: VIRV The steps of the embarkation ladder used must be proportioned as it follows:
Length = 580 mm, breadth = 165 mm, depth = 30 mm.
Length = 480 mm, breadth = 115 mm, depth = 25 mm.
Length = 380 mm, breadth = 145 mm, depth = 20 mm.
Length = 280 mm, breadth = 85 mm, depth = 10 mm.
Code: PBTW The steps of the embarkation ladder used must be spaced apart by a distance of:
Equally spaced, not less than 300 mm or more than 380 mm.
Equally spaced, not less than 200 mm or more than 280 mm.
200 mm.
300 mm.
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.
The weather conditions of the moment.
A definite standard process.
Code: KMWH What does ISM stand for?
The International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention.
International Safe Manning Certification.
Internal Ship Safety Management.
International Ship Measurement and Pollution Control.
Code: XLBJ What is the main theme of modern safety practice?
Use the same practice that has been in place for some time.
Health & Safety at Work Act.
Consult the chief officer before commencing work.
Making use of Risk Assessment as a means to improving safety.
Code: XPXH 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.
Launching and recovery of a survival craft.
Manoeuvring the lifeboat in the water.
Starting and operating radio life-saving appliances.
Code: JHRL Which one of the listed items has to be included in a distress message?
Weather in immediate vincinity.
Identification of the ship.
Destination.
Last port of call.
Code: LFAP During helicopter evacuation of an injured man, what course should the ship steer?
As instructed by the helicopter pilot.
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.
Directly into the wind.
Code: KQEI Your vessel is involved in a collision with another vessel. What should you as Master tell the Master on the other vessel?
There should be no communication with the other vessel.
Explain your actions prior to the collision and request details of actions taken by the other vessel which resulted in the collision.
Ask if there is any assistance required by the other vessel.
Name; Port of registry; Port of destination of your vessel.
Code: RBPN Which of following are security duties?
All alternatives.
Calibration of security equipment.
Checking ID of visitors onboard.
Monitoring of restricted areas.
Code: SVMW For a search to be effective it must be:
Conducted by personnel with limited knowledge of the ship’s layout.
Inclusive of all personnel.
Centrally controlled.
Organized haphazardly.
Code: XYBO If the speed of a vessel through the water is HALVED, how will this effect squat?
The squat effect will be reduced to a quarter of its original value.
There will be very little change to the effects of Squat.
There will be a significant change in the reduction of underkeel clearance, but the amount varies from ship to ship.
The squat effect will also be halved.
Code: FGDL The value of the GZ lever at small angles of heel on a General Cargo Vessel can be denoted by the formula:
KMKG × Sin angle of heel.
KNKG × Sin angle of list.
KM – Corrected KG × Sin angle of list.
KN – Corrected KG × Sin angle of heel.
Code: DVNH It is important for hatch coaming compression bars to be maintained in good order on a General Cargo Vessel so that:
So that hatch covers remain water tight.
So that water can drain out from the hatch coaming drains.
So that hatches can be properly sealed.
So that there is no steel contact between the hatch covers and hatch coaming.
Code: ENYM When using an echo sounder in fresh water, the sounding indicated has a small error, what is the cause of this?
The density of the water.
The strength of the tide and current in the river.
Shallow water effects.
There should be no error with a properly working echo sounder.
Code: SBRY Additional lashings on general cargoes must be considered when:
When passing through the Tropical Zone in winter months.
When heavy weather is anticipated for the planned voyage.
When passing through the Summer Zone in winter months.
With the onset of heavy weather.
Code: KMBN The main purpose of a hatch cover ventilator grill on a General Cargo vessel is:
To prevent sparks entering the cargo hold.
To act as a strength member inside the ventilation shaft.
To prevent moisture from entering the hold.
To prevent the ventilation fans from damage.
On a General Cargo vessel, a 16T derrick should be tested to a proof load of:
25T.
20T.
18T.
I don’t know.
Code: SVVX Prior to loading general cargo on a General Cargo vessel, with regard to lashing wires, terminations, shackles, turnbuckles, pad eyes and D rings etc., you must make sure that:
They must all be certified and be (visually) unimpaired.
Lashing wires must be new whereas other accessories may be certified.
They must all be visually inspected.
They must all be certified.
Code: LDVO On a General Cargo ship, the most likely cause of a hatch cover hydraulic system to deteriorate would be:
Due to hatch cover operations in high summer temperatures.
Due to repeated hatch cover operations.
Due to ice accretion on piston jackets.
Due to dust and cargo particles lodging around the piston seals.
Code: JLRE You are proceeding along a coastal route when you hear this signal. The visibility is severely restricted. What does the signal mean?
There is a vessel aground in the vicinity. She is more than 100 metres in length. She is sounding an additional warning to approaching vessels that they are “running into danger”.
There is a vessels aground in the vicinity. She is less than 100 metres in length. She is sounding an additional warning to approaching vessels to “navigate with extreme caution”.
There is a vessel at anchor in the vicinity. She is less than 100 metres in length. She is sounding an additional warning to approaching vessels that they are “running into danger”.
There is a vessel at anchor in the vicinity. She is less than 100 metres in length. She is sounding an additional warning to approaching vessels that they are “keep clear”.
Code: RGKG What is the world-wide system operated by the US Coast Guard exclusively in support of search and rescue operations?
The Automated Mutual-Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) System.
The International Search and Rescue Coordination System.
The US Command and Control Rescue (USCOMR) Service.
The Worldwide Maritime Mutual Assistance Programme (WMMAP).
Code: PHEK What type of search pattern is recommended in the IAMSAR Manual as most effective for a single vessel, when the location of the search object is known within relatively close limits?
Track Line Search.
Sector Search.
Expanding Square Search.
Parallel Sweep Search.
Code: XJJP For security purposes, the IMDG Code should be read in conjunction with the:
Chapter XI-2 of SOLAS and Part A of the ISPS Code.
Chapter V of SOLAS and Annex II of MARPOL.
Part B of the ISPS Code and Chapter II of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Act.
IMO NVIC 24 and 46 CFR 2.05.
Code: EHJG DG placards shall be located on a freight container:
One on each end and one on each side.
One on each side (only).
One of the back end and one on one of the sides (only).
One on each end (only).
Code: KWAP When conducting a risk assessment for a shipboard work activity, the two elements to be considered are:
The time available to complete the task and the resources to hand.
The potential severity of harm and the likelihood that harm will occur.
The available manpower and their experience in this type of work.
The chance of an incident re-occuring and the potential effects of an loss.
Code: KREQ If for some reason a vessel does not comply with a Classification Society’s requirements, what can a surveyor issue to the vessel enabling it to sail to the next port or for a period of time?
A Notification of Deficiency.
A revised Class Notation.
A Condition of Class.
A Notification of Detention.
If W = Displacement, L = length, B = Breadth, D = depth of vessel, Cb = Block Coefficient, Cw = Coefficient of Waterplane, RD = Relative Density, then:
W = L × B × D × CB.
W = L × B × D × CW.
W = L × B × D × RD.
W = L × B × D × CB / RD.
Code: ICRF The majority of convensions adopted under the auspices of IMO fall into which of the three main categories:
Maritime Safety, Prevention of Marine pollution, Liability and compensation.
Maritime Safety, STCW, Maritime Security.
Safety, Terrorism, ILO.
There are no conentions that fall under IMO.
Code: TJVU To maintain good relationship among the crew on board a vessel, one must be:
Understanding, Co-operative, and have respect from both sides.
Strict and authoritative while giving orders.
Give authority to others.
Polite and diplomatic while talking to crew members.
Code: DCCQ What type of dynamic forces may cause indent in plating on forecastle deck and main deck in way of pillars inside forecastle?
Forces created by waves on the forecastle.
Pressure forces caused by green water on deck.
Slamming in way of flat bottom forward of light draught.
Impact pressure forces in way of abrupt or flared bow.
Code: LFVT Steel coils when loaded on a General Cargo ship tend to be subjected to:
Tearing.
Bending.
Crushing and distortion.
Chemical reactions between the steel banding and outer envelope.
Code: YRDV Which of the following cargoes can normally be loaded next to each other in the same space of a General Cargo vessel?
Drums of cement and steel pipes.
Drums of cement and bagged milk powder.
Pallets of pesticides and bagged grain.
Rolls new carpets and drums lubricating oils.
Code: MWSD A General Cargo vessel has a 50 tonne SWL heavy lift derrick and a load of 48 tonnes is to be loaded. The lifting gear of slings and spreader bar weighs 4 tonnes. In this case, it would be correct to state that:
The load cannot be loaded because the combined weight of the load and the lifting gear must at least 10 % less than the SWL of the derrick.
The load can be loaded because the load itself is less than the SWL of the derrick.
The load can be loaded because the SWL can sometimes be exceeded by small amounts in cargo operations.
The load cannot be loaded because the combined weight of the load and the lifting gear will exceed the SWL by two tonnes.
Code: RJQB A general cargo with a large metacentric height (GM) would be expected to have:
A fast roll period and small righting levers (GZ Levers).
A fast roll period and large righting levers (GZ Levers).
A long roll period and large righting levers.
A long roll period and small righting levers (GZ Levers).
Code: TCiJayZ0 Where is the Safety Certificates for ships to be kept?
In the Captain’s office.
In the Captain’s safe.
In the Owner’s office.
I don’t know.
Code: 5b$$Mm2m Who will have the authority to take charge and make appropriate decisions in the event of a vessel emergency when transiting the Panama Canal?
The Panama Canal Authority.
The ship’s company.
The ship’s Master.
I don’t know.
Code: l8TbAB9S Which PPM is allowed for discharging of “Bilge Water” overboard?
15 PPM.
100 PPM.
0 PPM.
50 PPM.
Code: iRsgtxWr The portable walkie talkies required to be carried by GMDSS regulations should have which channels as a minimum?
Channels 6, 13 & 16.
Channel 16 only.
Channels 13 & 16.
Channels 6 & 16.
Code: FxxF16bA Which of the following following requirements regarding on board stability data corresponds to pres present regulations? NSCL (4/12.1).
A calculation example showing the use of “KG” limitation curves.
A calculation example showing use of “GM” limitation curves.
Drawings and calculations documenting the stability of the ship, both in intact and all possible damage condition.
I don’t know.
Code: kPPJHUzR An Oil Record Book, Part 1, shall be provided to every ship of 400 tons gross tonnage and above to record machinery space operations.Out of below mentioned operations, it is compulsory to record:
Bunkering of bulk lubricating oil.
Purification of HFO.
Discharge of water from Aft, Peak Tank.
Transfer of oil from settling – to daytank.
Code: ELV#HLRO What possible reason could there be for the identification mark associated with a Racon not being visible on the radar screen?
All of the suggested answers.
The radar may be suppressing the mark with application of the Interference Rejection Control.
The racon may not be transmitting a pulse.
The transmitted radar frequency may not trigger the Racon transmitter.
Code: PDDOSA8Y Where is OPA-90 applicable?
Within 200 nm of US waters including Guam, Hawaii, Alaska and San Juan.
200 nm off US coast.
200 nm off coast of California.
Within US waters.
Code: 08LybTc2 What is the priority for the ship’s management team when fire breaks out?
The ship’s management team must organise the fire teams and then the teams have to rescue missing personnel.
The ship’s management team must call the nearest fire brigade and police station.
The ship’s management team and the crew must evacuate the ship.
The ship’s management team must fight the fire and then call the fire teams.
Code: lAArGBLP How often must inspection of proper working of the EPIRB’s and SART’s take place on board? Once per:
Month.
14 days.
Week.
I don’t know.
Code: GM85OKr5 A message is sent to a fax-machine. However the message cannot be delivered by the land earth station. The land earth station will:
Automatically send a non-delivery notification (NDN) to the sender.
Never send a non-delivery notification (NDN) if a fax machine to the sender. The sender to verify if the message was received.
Will only send a non-delivery notification (NDN) to the sender if so requested by him.
I don’t know.
Code: SQP00cZm The MF/HF-transceiver on board is tuned to the assigned frequency of a station. To make this connection on the following mode is is used:
J3E.
H3E.
J3B.
I don’t know.
Code: Ou4elVxi By the degree of selectivity of a receiver is meant:
Ability to make weak stations audible.
Ability to distinguish weak stations from adjacent stronger stations.
Ability to prevent variations in the strength of radio frequency signal received.
I don’t know.
Code: SnlI0$cq What mode must be used on the MF/HF transmission, when transmitting a telex-message:
F1B/J2B.
H3E.
J3E.
I don’t know.
Code: l3irPc8h At the entrance to the space where batteries are stored on board the following notice must be fitted:
No entry with naked light and/or flame.
Crew only.
Keep access free.
I don’t know.
Code: hybu6vSp Which of the options best describes how a “Balanced Rudder” is constructed?
Part of the rudder area is forward of the turning axis, therefore reducing the load on the steering motor.
Equal rudder area forward and aft of the turning axis, the turning axis being at the geometrical centre of the rudder area.
Operated by two steering motors providing equal amounts of thrust to the rudder.
I don’t know.
Code: aIxdYAD$ Which of the following channels and modes should be used when initiating a distress alert transmission?
Channel 70 DSC.
Channel 6 DSC.
Channel 13 Radiotelephony, channel 16 DSC.
I don’t know.
Code: 7z2J1Plo What is the action that a GMDSS Radio Operator should take when a DSC distress alert is received?
The Operator should immediately set continuous watch on the radiotelephone frequency that is associated with frequency band on which the distress alert was received.
No action is necessary, as the DSC control will automatically switch to the NBDP follow-on communications frequency.
The Operator should immediately set continuous watch on VHF channel 70.
I don’t know.
Code: 2dt6HBun Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain maritime assistance?
39.
37.
38.
32.
Code: V7aqdhkz Which of the following is the correct minimum carriage requirement for a ship of more than 300 gross tons and operating in area A1:
1 VHF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver – 1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver– 2 or 3 VHF portable – 1 EPIRB.
1 VHF RT + DSC + DSC watch receiver – 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC reveiver – 2 or 3 VHF portable – 1 EPIRB – 1 MF RT + DSC + DSC watch reveiver – 1 INMARSAT A, B or C and 1 HF RT + DSC + DSC watch reveiver.
1 or 2 SART – 1 NAVTEX and/or 1 EGC receiver and/or 1 HF NBDP watch receiver – 2 or 3 VHF portable – 1 1 HF RT + DSC + DSC watch reveiver.
What?!
Code: Mw#JTnYl Which of the following is a ship MMSI?
227530000.
1227200.
2275300.
22753000
Code: FWawT4s4 Messages sent via INMARSAT-C are charged:
On the number of kilobits of information transmitted per block of 256 bits.
On the basis of a 6 second minimum charge with 6 second incremental steps.
On the number of kilobits of information transmitted per block of 1 024 bits.
I don’t know.
Code: XnWUE4Z# 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.
As soon as possible but not later than 24 hours after he joins the ship.
I don’t know.
Code: GTsmcNre The steps of the embarkation ladder used use d must be proportioned as it follows:
Length = 480 mm, breadth = 115 mm, depth = 25 mm.
Length = 280 mm, breadth = 85 mm, depth = 10 mm.
Length = 580 mm, breadth = 165 mm, depth = 30 mm.
Length = 380 mm, breadth = 145 mm depth = 20 mm.
Code: lJVMk#XF The operating mode of a pyrotechnic signal depends essentially on:
Instructions or diagrams printed on its casing by the manufacturer.
The fact that the user is on board a liferaft, a lifeboat or ship.
The weather conditions of the moment.
A definite standard process.
Code: G5npiSwg What does ISM stand for?
The International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention.
International Safe Manning Certification.
Internal Ship Safety Management.
International Ship Measurement and Pollution Control.
Code: dN5FDX3A What is the main theme of modern safety practice?
Making use of Risk Assessment as a means to improving safety.
Consult the chief officer before commencing work.
Health & Safety at Work Act.
Use the same practice that has been in place for some time.
Code: VkRVvzdm 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.
Launching and recovery of a survival craft.
Manoeuvring the lifeboat in the water.
I don’t know.
Code: iMzNBIqS Which one of the listed items has to be included in a distress message?
Identification of the ship.
Last port of call.
Weather in immediate vincinity.
Destination.
Code: Btg2XJuE During helicopter evacuation of an injured man, what course should the ship steer?
As instructed by the helicopter pilot.
Directly into the wind.
With the wind ifne on the bow opposite to the helicopter operating area.
With the wind astern so that the effect of the wind is reduced as much as possible.
Code: 7lHYzjPJ Which of following are security duties?
All alternatives.
Calibration of security equipment.
Checking ID of visitors onboard.
I don’t know.
Code: 8eQuBMXK For a search to be effective it must be:
Centrally controlled.
Inclusive of all personnel.
Conducted by personnel with limited knowledge of the ship’s layout.
I don’t know.
Code: cX6l1qyx If the speed of a vessel through the water is HALVED, how will this effect squat?
The squat effect will be reduced to approximately a quarter of its original value.
The squat effect will also be halved.
There will be very little change to the effects of squat.
I don’t know.
Code: PY7Ge2Mh The value of the GZ lever at small angles of heel on a General Cargo Vessel can be denoted by the formula:
KM – KG × Sin angle of heel.
KM – Corrected KG × Sin angle of heel.
KN – Corrected KG × Sin angle of list.
I don’t know.
Code: 2fYAWap7 It is important for hatch coaming compression bars to be maintained in good order on a General Cargo Vessel so that:
Hatches can be properly sealed.
Hatch covers remain water tight.
Water can drain out from the hatch coaming drains.
I don’t know.
Code: 90oXxPvi When using an echo sounder in fresh water, the sounding indicated has as a small error, what is the cause of this?
The density of the water.
Shallow water effects.
There should be no error with a properly working echo sounder.
I don’t know.
Code: dF9a0xTf Additional lashings on general cargoes must be considered when:
The density of the water.
Passing trough the Tropical Zone in winter months.
Passing through the Summer Zone in winter months.
I don’t know.
Code: gjYcMvOl The most important consideration when planning the lashing system for a particular sea route on a General Cargo Vessel is:
Transverse accelerations.
The quantity and type of lashing materials.
The size and weight of packages/cargo units to be loaded.
I don’t know.
Code: dw3QwZUv The main purpose of a hatch cover ventilator grill on a General Cargo vessel is:
To prevent sparks entering the cargo hold.
To act as a strength member inside the ventilation shaft.
To prevent moisture from entering the hold.
I don’t know.
Code: UW2Hq39c On a General Cargo vessel, a 16T derrick should be tested to a proof load of:
20T.
32T.
16T.
I don’t know.
Code: hGwU0jEF Prior to loading general cargo on a General Cargo vessel, with regard to lashing wires, terminations, shackles, turnbuckles, pad eyes and D rings etc., you must make sure that:
They must all be certified and be visually inspected for any apparent damage.
They must all be visually inspected.
They must all be certified.
I don’t know.
Code: LieuCn9K You are proceeding along a coastal route when you hear this signal. The visibility is severely restricted. What does the signal mean?
There is a vessel aground in the vicinity vicinity. She is more than 100 metres in length. She is sounding an additional warning to approaching vessels that they are “running into danger”.
There is a vessel at anchor in the vicinity. She is more than 100 metres in length. She is sounding an additional warning signal to approaching vessels, directing them to “keep clear”.
There is a vessel at anchor in the vicinity. She is less than 100 metres in length. She is sounding an additional warning to approaching vessels that they are “running into danger”.
I don’t know.
Code: fLqTgnlZ What is the world-wide system operated by the US Coast Guard exclusively in support of search and rescue operations?
The Automated Mutual-Assistance Vessel Rescue (AMVER) System.
The Worldwide Mutual Assistance Programme (WMMAP).
The US Command and Control Rescue (USCOMR) Service.
I don’t know.
Code: UMP9zJvO What type of search pattern is recommended in the IAMSAR Manual as most effective for a single vessel, when the location of the search object is known within relatively close limits?
Expanding Square Search.
Parallel Sweep Search.
Sector Search.
I don’t know.
Code: $kixuSLy For security purposes, the IMDG Code should be read in conjunction with the:
Chapter XI-2 of SOLAS and Part A of the ISPS Code.
IMO NVIC 24 and 46 CFR 2.05.
Part B of the ISPS Code and Chapter II of the Maritime Transport and Offshore Facilities Act.
I don’t know.
Code: b7baQmbY When conducting a risk assessment for a shipboard work activity, the two elements to be considered are:
The potential severity of harm and the likelihood that harm will occur.
The chance of an incident re-occuring and the potential effects of an loss.
The available manpower and their experience in this type of work.
I don’t know.
Code: 7JXnSZcZ If for some reason a vessel does not issue comply with vessel a Classification requirements, what can a surveyor to the enabling it Society’s to sail to the next port or for a period of time?
A Condition of Class.
A Notification of Deficiency.
A revised Class Notation.
I don’t know.
Code: MKGR9eJI The majority of convensions adopted under the auspices of IMO fall into which of the three main categories:
Maritime Safety, Safety, Prevention of Marine pollution, Liability and compensation.
Safety, Terrorism.
There are no connections that fall under IMO.
I don’t know.
Code: FgEHYn7E To maintain good relationship among the crew on board a vessel, one must be:
Understanding, Co-operative, and have respect from both sides.
Polite and diplomatic talking to crew members.
Give authority to others.
I don’t know.
Code: Gt9e4NMh What type of dynamic forces may cause indent in plating on forecastle deck and main deck in way of pillars inside forecastle?
Pressure forces caused by green water on deck.
Forces created by waves on the forecastle.
Slamming in way of flat bottom forward of light draught.
I don’t know.
Code: ahpiRHx3 Steel coils when loaded on a General Cargo ship tend to be subjected to:
Crushing and distortion.
Chemical reactions between the steel banding and outer envelope.
Bending.
I don’t know.
Code: iDosR$MG Which of the following cargoes can normally be loaded next to each other in the same space of a General Cargo vessel?
Drums of cement and steel pipes.
Drums of cement and bagged milk powder.
Pallets of pesticides and bagged grain.
I don’t know.
Code: iyeXOqPP A General Cargo vessel has a 50 tonne SWL heavy lift derrick and a load of 48 tonnes is to be loaded. The lifting gear of slings and spreader bar weighs 4 tonnes. In this case, it would be correct to state that:
The load cannot be loaded because the combined weight of the load and the lifting gear will exceed the SWL by two tonnes.
The load cannot be loaded because the combined weight of the load and the lifting gear must at least 10 % less than the SWL of the derrick.
The load can be loaded because the load itself is less than the SWL of the derrick.
I don’t know.
Code: kVNrZvcW A general cargo with a large metacentric height (GM) would be expected to have:
A fast roll period and large righting levers (GZ Levers).
A fast roll period and small righting levers (GZ Levers).
A long roll period and large righting levers.
I don’t know.



Test about Deck department, Management level, General Cargo Vessel

Try online

Did you find mistake? Highlight and press CTRL+Enter

Апрель, 11, 2023 2665 0
SOC.MEDIA Telegram Vkontakte Facebook Odnoklassniki Instagram
Добавить комментарий