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Crew Evaluation Test online for seamans about Damage Prevention during shipping cargo

“Seagull CES marine test online about Zero Damage” (Crew Evaluation Test) will help marine specialists in preparation to exams for getting certificate of confidence.

This test contains 37 questions. Mode “Practice” and “Exam” have one difference – in “Exam” mode you can’t ask the computer to show you the right answer.

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A carrying instructions should always contain:
Delivery air temperature, return air temperature, seawater salinity and humidity.
Delivery air temperature, maximum CO2 level, dew point, humidity and speed of circulation fans.
Delivery air temperature, maximum CO2 level, speed of circulation fans and shock treatment instructions if so required.
Return air temperature, set point, humidity, and shock treatment instructions if so required.
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A pallet has been dropped on the quay, and is badly damaged. Do you sign for this on the Zero Damage Exceptions Checklist?
Yes, the pallet is now in damaged condition, so I have to sign for it.
Yes, and I include a remark about time and date.
No, the pallet was in good condition when it left the vessel.
Next question
At the discharge port the custody of the cargo is handled over from the vessel to the terminal. Where should the quality check be done once the pre-slung pallets have been discharged?
In the hold before handling the cargo.
On the quay, after lifting the cargo out of the vessel.
In the terminal, where the cargo can be properly scanned.
Next question
Before opening the hatches, the tween decks have to be blown clear of debris because:
Debris contaminates the cargo.
Debris gets stuck in the gratings so cold air is not possible.
Debris is toxic to the consumers.
Debris makes the gratings slippery.
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How do you determine the apparent good order & condition of the cargo?
Inspect the pallets like a fruit specialist would do.
Look and inspect the fruit inside the cartons.
Discuss the condition of the cargo with the port captain.
Use common sense, look, smell, and inspect.
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How often and when must temperature reports be sent to the office?
On Monday, Wednesday and Friday, immediately after departure from the load port.
On a daily basis, starting at departure from the first load port.
On a daily basis, starting after closing the first cooling section in the first load port.
On a daily basis, but only if temperature problems are encountered.
Next question
In which case does the T-bar have the highest Maximum Securing Load?
With an angle of 30° and 1 lashing applied.
With an angle of 60° and 2 lashings applied.
With an angle of 45° and 2 lashings applied.
With an angle of 30° and 2 lashings applied.
Next question
Indicate the equipment that stevedores use to load the cargo safely and without damage:
Pallets jacks.
Walking boards.
Pallet spreader.
Slip-sheets.
Next question
Mark the 3 main reasons to have a pre-discharge meeting:
To make that relevant partners known to each other and organise communication.
To have a nice cup of soup before the work starts.
To clarify the local Zero Damage procedure.
To discuss the use of Zero Damage equipment during discharge.
Next question
Mark the 3 main reasons to have a pre-loading meeting:
To make the partners involved known to each other and organise communication.
To have a nice cup of coffee before the work starts.
To clarify the local Zero Damage procedure.
To discuss the stowage plan and how the cargo will be loaded.
Next question
Mark the five Checklist items to prepare the vessel in the pre-loading stage:
Check if the bilges and scupper drains are clean and clear.
Check if the delivery and return air sensors are calibrated and working.
Check if a bunker sample kit has been ordered.
Check if there are sufficient airbags on board.
Check if all gratings are intact.
Check if the refrigeration system is free of leakage.
Next question
The 5 reasons for writing down the Supply Chain Procedure are:
To clarify who is responsible for what.
To define at which point the responsibility is handed over to the next partner in the chain.
To motivate all partners in the supply chain to strive for quality.
To know who must pay when there is damage.
To be able to measure damages and take corrective action.
To collect signatures.
Next question
What is a Supply Chain Procedure?
A document, which lists the tasks, duties and authorities of the partners who are involved in the supply chain.
A document, which describes the local Zero Damage procedure in the port.
A document, which describes the responsibility of the various partners, but it is not a document that you can rely upon.
A document, which has to be issued before the cargo can be transported from its origin to its destination.
Next question
What is the definition of Checkpoint Vessel-In?
From the terminal, by handling of the stevedores into the hold.
In the vessel after all handling by the stevedores at the final point of stow in the hold.
From the quay, via the stevedores cranes into the hold.
From the terminal, via the quay, into the hold.
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What is the main purpose of the Vessel Checklist?
It’s a guideline on how to handle, stow, load and tally the cargo.
It’s a guideline to prepare the vessel for the different stages in the supply chain.
It’s a tool for the master on how to prepare the vessel before loading.
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What is the main purpose of the rain directives?
To protect the cargo in the hatch square when it rains.
To close the hatches immediately when it starts to rain.
To protect the cargo and avoid delays in loading or discharge during light rain.
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What is the most important rule to keep in mind when you use slings?
Always use clean slings.
Always minimum 24 pallets must be pre-slung in the hatch square.
Always use slings of the same type, SWL and length.
Always use slings to lash the cargo.
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What will the terminal check in order to avoid claims before it takes the cargo into custody?
The quality and colour of the cargo.
The quality and the quantity of the cargo and its packing.
The quality of the cargo only, the terminal is not responsible for the quantity.
The quantity of the cargo only, the quality is the responsibility of the vessel.
Next question
When different temperatures are required in different compartments it is important to write down the different temperatures per compartment in the stowage plan:
Yes.
No.
Not relevant.
Next question
When the terminal checks the condition of the cargo according to the traffic light system, the red light will be given to:
Cargo without damage or defects.
A pallet with a missing carton.
Cargo that is damaged but fit for transportation.
Cargo that is not fit for transportation.
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Which 3 parties do you have to contact in case of a major cargo damage?
The P&I club.
The operator.
The stevedore.
The owner or manager.
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Which 3 rules do you have to keep in mind when you place airbags?
The maximum gap to be filled by an airbag is 30 cm but preferably less.
Do not place the airbags between the sideboards and the pallets.
Use as many airbags as possible to fill up the cargo hold.
Do not place the airbags in the shape of the letter “L”.
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Which of the following statements is correct?
Rejected cargo has to be set-aside in a protected cargo shed area on the quay.
Rejected cargo has to go straight back to the terminal.
Rejected cargo has to be loaded anyway into the cargo hold.
Rejected cargo has to go back to the receiver.
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Which rain scenario do you have to use when it rains? It depends on:
What kind of vessel you sail on and which discharge port you sail to.
Whether the vessel has the right equipment like tarpaulins, rain covers and so on.
Whether the vessel has spar decks or individual cooling decks.
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Which statement describes the correct loading sequence?
Start with section A and E, then section B and D, and finally section C.
Start with section A, then sections B, C and D, and finally section E.
Start with section E, then sections B, C and D, and finally section A.
Start with section B and D, then section A and E, and finally section C.
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Which statement is correct?
The operator is not to be contacted by the vessel after regular office hours.
The operator is there to assist you, and can be contacted normally during office hours only.
The operator is there to assist you, and can be contacted at all times when necessary.
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Which statement is correct?
The vessel always has to comply with the speed instructions and does not have to comply with the Zero Damage instructions.
The vessel always has to comply with the speed instructions to make sure to arrive on time at the discharge port, no matter what.
The vessel has to comply with the speed instructions, but there should be no compromise to the Zero Damage condition of the cargo.
The vessel has to comply with the speed instructions and never stop or change course or change speed.
Next question
Which statement is correct?
The operator is not to be contacted by the vessel after regular office hours.
The operator is there to assist you, and can be contacted normally during office hours only.
The operator is there to assist you, and can be contacted at all times when necessary.
Next question
Which statement is correct?
The vessel always has to comply with the speed instructions and does not have to comply with the Zero Damage instructions.
The vessel always has to comply with the speed instructions to make sure to arrive on time at the discharge port, no matter what.
The vessel has to comply with the speed instructions, but there should be no compromise to the Zero Damage condition of the cargo.
Next question
Which statement is correct?
Walking boards must be available after opening the hatches and are compulsory for the stevedores.
Walking boards must be left on top of the cargo after completion of loading the hatch square.
Walking boards must be available on arrival in the load port and are compulsory for stevedores and crew.
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Who is responsible for this kind of damage?
The captain.
The stevedores.
The captain and the stevedores.
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Why do we have Checkpoints in the supply chain?
To check the cargo for damage before it goes out of the terminal.
To check the cargo for damage and establish a handover of responsibility for the cargo from one partner to the next.
To allow the owner of the cargo to examine his goods.
To check that the cargo is going in the right direction in the supply chain.
Next question
Why do you have to stow the pallets parallel to the centre-line and not parallel to the sides of the cargo hold?
Otherwise the discharge of the pallets will be very difficult.
Otherwise you do not get a square for loading the pre-slung pallets.
Otherwise you will not get enough pallets in the cargo hold.
Otherwise you do not get a maximum cargo intake.
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Why is it so important to clean and maintain the cargo holds?
To avoid the occurrence of stevedore damage in the cargo holds.
To maximise the cargo intake in the cargo holds.
To ensure that food products can be safely loaded in the cargo holds.
To ensure that a nice party can be organised in the cargo holds.
Next question
Why is the Checkpoint Vessel-In so important for the vessel?
As the terminal will check the cargo quality at this point.
As it is important that the cargo documents are correct.
As the vessel takes responsibility for the cargo at this point.
As this is a part of the Zero Damage policy of the shipping line.
Next question
Why must there always be a deck officer on deck during loading?
To monitor, control and enforce the Zero Damage principles.
To monitor and control if damage occurs in the cargo holds.
To monitor, control and enforce the use of the Vessel Checklist.
To monitor and control if it starts to rain.
Next question
With an agreed Supply Chain Procedure in place, the responsibility for damages is always clear, because:
The Supply Chain Procedure clearly describes which damages have to be recorded.
The Supply Chain Procedure clearly describes where the responsibility for the cargo is handed over from one partner to the next one in the chain.
The Supply Chain Procedure clearly describes that all responsibility for the cargo is with the ship and its crew.
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