Test en ligne : Test for seamans about Deck department, Management level, Oil Tankers (CES v6.0)
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According to SOLAS, the mechanical ventilation system of the cargo pump room shall be capable of making:
At least 20 air changes per hour.
At least 2 air changes per hour.
At least 12 air changes per hour.
At least 6 air changes per hour.
If the wind speed on a vessel doubles, by approximately how much will the force from it rise?
The force will be Quadrupled.
I don’t know.
The force will be Doubled.
The force will be Tripled.
Who is responsible for maintaining the vessel’s structural strength?
The Flag State Administration.
The Shipping Company and Classification Society.
The recommended guideline for avoiding the risk of electrostatic potential in a mist produced by using oil and water during Crude Oil Washing operations is that:
If a slop tank is to be used to supply oil to drive a Crude Oil Washing operation in a cargo tank, then that slop tank must not have contained slops with a water content of more than 2 %.
As washing begins, any water observed in the stream should be diverted to a slop tank, before Crude Oil Washing of any cargo compartment is commenced.
Before washing begins, any tank that is to be used as a source of oil for Crude Oil Washing should be partly discharged to remove any water that has settled out during the voyage. The discharge of a layer of at least 1 metres necessary for this purpose.
Crude Oil Washing, where the oil source is stored in a slop tank or other tank that has previously contained slops, should be avoided.
Which VHF channel should be used for intership navigation safety communications?
The calibration of the ODME is carried with the use of:
I don’t know.
In US waters “Oil Pollution Act of 1990” was activated in August 1993. What is the main issue for the introduction of the act?
To prevent oil spills in US waters.
To improve safety measures onboard.
To enforce owners to use equipment of higher standards that those of today.
To encourage owners to build double hull vessels for trading US waters.
If all indications are that a cargo has been received without damages, irregularities or short shipment and the phrase “apparent good order and condition” is entered on the Bill of Lading, then this Bill is this said to be:
An endorsed Bill of Lading.
A Bill of Lading completed for shipment.
A clean Bill of Lading.
A Due Title Bill of Lading.
Which of the following requirements to ships stability for normal operation corresponds to present regulations? (NSCL 4/12.2).
The ship is loaded in such a manner that adequate stability is achieved in all loading condition.
Centre of gravity shall be calculated with an accuracy better than 5 %.
In waters with the danger of icing, loading of deck cargo must be approved by competent authority.
Unless otherwise stated in the approved stability calculation, the total weight of the deck cargo shall not exceed 50 metric tons.
As a result of being in collision with your vessel, the other vessel involved is on fire. What are your responsibilities?
I don’t know.
Depends on in which seawaters we are.
This is not my problem.
The other vessel is in distress and if possible I will render assistance.
MARPOL – Annex V. Disposal of garbage. Your vessel is in the Red Sea (Special Area) and the Chief Cook is requesting to have some food waste burned in the incinerator. Due to problems with incinerator, you decide to have the waste ground in the Grinder (Lump size max. 25 mm) and disposed off into the sea. Is this prohibited, if not, how far from nearest land is this legal?
This is prohibited.
What is the probable cause of an error in the position shown on a GPS receiver set into “2D” fixing?
A three dimensional instead of a two dimensional position output.
Incorrect height of the antenna set into the receiver.
All of the suggested answers.
Abnormal sun spot activity causing unusual radiation effect.
For a ship operating or calling in US waters, COTP can request (OPA-90):
Unannounced drills at any time.
Participation in all announced drills.
Maximum one drill a year.
Maximum two drills a year.
An oil tanker with a defective Oil Discharge Monitoring Equipment may be allowed by a Port State Authority to trade for:
The vessel must proceed to repair port.
The vessel will be detained until ODME is rectified.
Two ballast voyage before proceeding to a repair port.
One ballast voyage before proceeding to a repair port.
The ODME printouts for tank cleaning operations must be retained on board for a minimum period:
Of 1 year.
Of 2 years.
Of 3 years.
On board an oil tanker, slop tanks may be used for the carriage of oil:
When not being used for the carriage of slops and are included in the total cargo capacity of the vessel.
Slop tanks may not be used for the carriage of oil cargo under any circumstances and are not included in the total cargo capacity of the vessel.
Slop tanks may only be used for the carriage of oil on clean ballast tankers and are only included in the total cargo capacity of this type of vessel.
Slop tanks may only be used for the carriage of oil cargo by agreement between the shipper, receiver and charterer. They are not normally included in the total cargo capacity of the vessel.
On an oil tanker, are there any restrictions as to the maximum amount of treated water that originates from cargo spaces that has passed through a bilge water separator that can be discharged?
Maximum is 30 litre pr nautical mile and total is 1/30 000 part of full cargo on the ballast voyage.
There isn’t any restrictions of pumping sludge from ships outside special areas.
Maximum is 30 litre pr nautical mile and total is 1/10 000 part of full cargo on the ballast voyage.
Maximum is 60 litre pr nautical mile and total is 1/30 000 part of full cargo on the ballast voyage.
What statutory certificate is carried onboard to indicate that a tanker is in compliance with Annex 1 of the MARPOL convention?
The AB’s certificate.
Safe Manning Certificate.
I don’t know.
The International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOPP) Certificate.
A vessel is equipped for all sea areas. In the middle of the Indian Ocean the EGC-receiver appears out of order. Is it still possible to receive MSI-messages?
I don’t know.
Yes, with the MF/HF-DSC.
Yes, with the MF/HF-radio telex.
The prescribed periodic tests of the radio set must be entered in:
Manual maritime radio communication.
Ship’s deck log.
The ID of an Inmarsat M station on board starts with:
I don’t know.
Inmarsat Telex Service code “31” can be used:
When the coast-station is disfunctional.
When technical problems are experienced with the Inmarsat terminal.
To ask for maritime inquiries.
I don’t know.
The display of the DSC-controller on board is showing the following lines: TX call: Selectiveto: 02114200; Category: RoutineUSB:telephony; DSC Tx 2 189,5 kHz save>send
The MF/HF-transceiver on board is tuned to the assigned frequency of a station. To make this connection the following mode is used:
I don’t know.
If one requires medical advice by means of an Inmarsat-C terminal one should use the following address:
I don’t know.
At present the MF/HF transmitter often has an automatic aerial turning unit. Should this fail:
I don’t know.
No distress frequencies can be used at all.
It’s always possible to put the turning unit in a fixed position, so the MF distress frequencies can still be used.
The transmitter will automatically keep operating on the MF and HF frequencies.
The emergency battery of a GMDSS portophone:
Must be replaced before the expiry date is exceeded.
Must be tested once a week.
I don’t know.
Cannot be replaced.
At the entrance to the space where batteries are stored on board the following notice must be fitted:
Keep access free.
No entry with naked light and/or flame.
I don’t know.
Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain medical advice?
Which of the following two digits codes is used to obtain maritime assistance?
Which of the following information shall be specified by the muster list?
The specific duties assigned to passengers that are in charge of a group of others.
The abandon ship signal consisting of two long blasts.
Action to be taken by crew and passengers.
The muster list has been prepared and approved by the administration before the ship proceeds to sea.
The mandatory color of a hand flare is:
Buoyant smoke signals shall be so designed as to burn or emit smoke:
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.
What is most important for crew members when preparing for emergencies?
That people know where to find designated equipment.
That people listen to orders given.
That people are well trained.
That people know where to muster.
On board passenger ships an abandon ship drill must be performed:
Every two weeks.
Every three months.
If a DSC distress alert is received on board your ship, what is the first action that should be taken?
I don’t know.
Listen for a distress message on the appropriate radio frequency for five minutes.
Make note in journal.
Nothing, it doesn’t matter.
What is the period of validity of the Safety Management Certificate?
Under ISM, what is a “non-conformity”?
An observed situation where objective evidence indicates the non-fulfilment of a specified requirement.
Official log book entries not being completed correctly.
A safety officer not being nominated for the vessel.
The wearing of non-standard Personal protective equipment.
A ship in distress should transmit the appropriate alarm signal followed by the distress call and message on one or all of the international distress frequencies. Which of frequencies is in accordance with the present recommendations?
550 kHz, 2 182 kHz and 121,5 MHz.
550 kHz, 2 367 kHz and 121,5 MHz.
500 kHz, 2 182 kHz and 156,8 MHz.
500 kHz, 2 367 kHz and 243 MHz.
How often should the lifeboat wire falls be turned and renewed?
Turned at intervals of not more than 30 months and renewed every 5 years.
Turned every 2 years and renewed every 4 years.
Turned every 30 months and needs only to be renewed if the wire is in poor condition.
Renewed every three years.
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?
Every second week.
This is only required when he joins the ship.
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?
No special precautions necessary.
Check the main valve for a potential leakage.
The main supply line to be blanked off prior to the work.
Arrange a watchman in the CO2 central.
Which of these conventions is The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code a part of?
The Anti Terrorist International Agreement.
Oil tankers of 70 000 tons and above, delivered after 31 December 1979 shall be:
No requirement regarding number of slop tanks.
Provided with slop tank.
Provided with at least 2 slop tanks.
Provided with sufficient number of slop tanks.
The purpose of expansion couplings to be fitted on the longitudinal pipelines of oil tankers is:
To allow the pipeline to contract when the cargo passing through it is cold.
To allow the pipeline to expand when loading a hot cargo through the pipeline.
To prevent the pipeline from cracking when the ship suffers from Racking stresses.
To allow the pipelines to follow the ships flexing movement when pitching.
What immediate action should be taken if a ship unexpectedly runs aground and stops?
Stop engines and tell the engine room to switch over to high suctions.
Sound the General Alarm and plot the ships position.
Stop engines and immediately request “Full Astern”.
You are on a sailing vessel, underway in open water. This vessel is sighted on the starboard bow, on a steady bearing and the distance is closing. By the International Regulations for the Preventing Collisions at Sea, what action will you follow?
Risk of collision is deemed to exist and, as the other vessel is on a steady bearing on my starboard side, I will maintain my course and speed.
Risk of collision is deemed to exist and, as the other vessel is on a steady bearing on my starboard side, I am required to keep out of the way. I will make a broad alteration of course to starboard.
This vessel is clearly a power-driven vessel and I anticipate that the bearing will therefore close and she will pass ahead at a safe distance.
By Rule 18, a power-driven vessel underway shall keep out of the way of a sailing vessel. I will maintain my course and speed, but will continue to monitor situation to ensure the other vessel takes avoiding action.
Your vessel is in an area of restricted visibility. You hear this sound signal. What does it mean?
That there is a vessel engaged in underwater operations in the vicinity. She has divers down.
That there is a vessel aground in the vicinity.
That there is a vessel at anchor in the vicinity.
That there is a vessel in distress nearby.
What are the three volumes of the IAMSAR Manual?
I – Planning and Preparation; II – Rescue Control; III – Reference.
I – Organization; II – Communications; III – Rescue Procedures.
A – Command and Control; B – Communications; C – Rescue Procedures.
I – Organization and Management; II – Mission Co-ordination; III – Mobile Facilities.
How many square metres does the IAMSAR Volume 3 manual suggest may be calmed by releasing 200 litres of lubricating oil slowly through a rubber hose with the outlet maintained just above the surface while the ship proceeds at slow speed?
Approx 50 000 square metres.
Approx 500 square metres.
Approx 50 square metres.
Approx 5 000 square metres.
As per the IMDG Code, an “article” is referred to as:
A device that contains a dangerous substance or mixture of substances.
A form that contains important information about a hazardous substance.
A device that is responsible for initial dangerous reaction.
Something that is packed within a freight container.
DG placards shall be located on a freight container:
One on each end and one on each side.
One on each side (only).
One on each end (only).
One of the back end and one on one of the sides (only).
The compensation payment by the charterer that is due when a vessel is unable to load/discharge her cargo within the allowed and contracted time is referred to as:
Contractual penalty discount.
Where would you find the document relating to the “Condition of Freeboard Assignment” onboard?
With the Safety Construction Certificate.
With the Classification Records.
With the Structural Survey File.
With the Loadline Certificate.
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 revised Class Notation.
A Notification of Deficiency.
A notification of Detention.
A Condition of Class.
Master of every ship must provide:
A link between the shipboard training officer and the company training officer ashore.
Facilities to conduct training whenever required by the training officer.
Proper rest to the crew after each training programme.
The training during crews working hours only.
Why is it important to have good relationship on-board a vessel?
It encourages crew to extend their contract.
It leads to better work performance and positive atmosphere among the crew.
It will prevent accidents from happening.
Crew comes to know each others problems.
What is the purpose of girders in the tank?
They support the stiffeners.
They support the stiffeners and also take up some of the sea forces.
They transfer all sea forces acting on the plating.
They transfer all the cargo forces acting on the plating.
When describing the characteristics of oil cargoes or oil/water slops, a “mercaptan” is:
The component of hydrocarbon-based cargoes which is formed from Merolion Carbonized Tannin.
A device fitted to a cargo pump which automatically alerts the operator once traces of water start to be detected during discharge.
A chemical additive blended with crude oil to inhibit the natural “rotten egg” smell associated with certain grades.
A colourless, odorous gas, with a smell similar to rotting cabbage and which is generated naturally by the degredation of natural organisms, as may be found where water has remained under oil for a long time.
When in-service testing a hose used for cargo transfer on an oil tanker (and for which the elongation of the hose assembly when new was greater than 2,5 %), the maximum permitted elongation before the hose must be withdrawn from service should be:
Not more than 1,5 times the temporary elongation measured at the previous in-service test, as documented in the ship’s annual test record.
Not more than 1,5 times the temporary elongation measured when the hose assembly was new, as documented in the manufacturer’s certificate.
Not more than 1,25 times the temporary elongation measured when the hose assembly was last tested, as documented in the appropriate certificate.
Not more than 1,5 times the temporary elongation measured when the hose assembly was last tested, as documented in the appropriate certificate.
The DoS addresses the responsibility for the security of the water around the ship and the verification of increased threat levels.
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