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This page contains answers to Seagull CES CBT (Crew Evaluation System/Computer Based Test) test about Personal Safety on board the ship, 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.

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Accidents happen for a reason. Based on what you have seen in this module, what would you say is the cause of most accidents at sea?
The actions that people take, the so-called “Human element”.
Faulty procedures.
We cannot avoid danger at sea.
Lack of training.
According to most authorities, what is the cause of most accidents at sea?
The human element.
Lack of training.
Flags of convenience.
Reduction in manning levels.
According to the International Chamber of Shipping, what are the THREE key components to developing an effective safety culture? Select the THREE correct answers:
Commitment from top management.
Measuring current performance and behavior.
Modifying behavior.
Finding out who is to blame for accidents.
According to this module, where does the ship’s safety culture begin?
The safety and familiarization tour when joining the ship.
With the ship’s SMS.
With the correct procedures being written.
With regular Safety Management Team meetings.
According to this module, why is the Galley a potentially dangerous place?
Because there is a greater risk of slips, trips and falls, and there are many other additional hazards.
Because galley staff do not usually wear the correct PPE.
Because galley staff are less aware of safety.
Because galley staff are not trained about safety in the same way as deck and engine room staff.
Anyone joining a vessel that they are not familiar with should be given a safety equipment and familiarization tour. According to this module, where does this requirement come from?
The ISM Code and STCW.
SIRE and OCIMF requirements.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS).
MLC guidelines.
Anyone joining a vessel that they are not familiar with should be given a safety equipment and familiarization tour. Which of the following should this include? Select any answers that you think apply:
Alarm signals and Muster stations.
Firefighting equipment.
Life-saving appliances.
Any security duties that they have.
How can accidents still happen, even when the correct procedures are followed?
If there are any “holes” or weaknesses in procedures, accidents can still happen in some circumstances.
Accidents can never happen if all the procedures are followed.
There are often a lot of very poor procedures around.
It is not worth trusting in procedures, you should always decide what is best yourself.
If you need to use a chemical cleaning agent, where can you find complete information about any potential hazards and precautions?
The Safety Data Sheet for the product.
On the label of the product.
In the ship’s SMS procedures.
No special precautions are needed if the correct PPE is worn.
In a lockout-tagout system, what is the main purpose of the lock and tag?
To prevent anyone else making equipment you are working on dangerous by trying to re-start or re-energise it.
To hold valves in the closed position, or isolators and switches in the open position.
So that the duty officer knows you are working on equipment.
To give you permission to work on equipment.
What operations does the ISM Code cover?
Operations which could affect safety or cause pollution.
Only operations that affect safety.
Only operations conducted at the management level.
Operations by ship management companies.
When working on electrical equipment, we need to have it isolated. What does this mean?
We have created a physical separation between the electricity supply and the item to be worked on.
The equipment is switched off.
The equipment has a tag on it, where possible.
We have roped off the area around the equipment.
Which of the following are evidence of a POOR safety culture onboard a ship? Select any options that you think apply:
People not paying attention to safety briefings.
No security procedures at the gangway.
Wearing sports shoes in a recreational area of the accommodation.
Other people wear PPE such as hard hats, when you cannot see any risks.
Why do people need familiarization training every time they join a new ship?
Because the content of familiarization training will change depending on the type of ship and their job on board.
Because they are liable to have forgotten how to launch lifeboats and operate rescue equipment.
Because it is checked during SIRE inspections.
If they are experienced seafarers, they do not need such a tour.
Why should “near miss incidents” be reported?
To avoid accidents and injuries in the future.
To comply with the regulations.
To find the person who was to blame.
It is best not to report them; it makes the company look like they are having too many incidents.

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