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1. When abandoning ship in cold waters, what actions can be taken to minimize the effects of entering the water?

 
 

2. While your vessel is docked port side to a wharf, a sudden gale force wind causes the vessel's stern lines to part. The stern begins to fall away from the dock, and no tugs are immediately available. Which measure(s) should you take FIRST?

 
 

3. You are standing the wheelwatch when you hear the cry, "Man overboard starboard side". What immediate action should you take?

 
 

4. When evacuating a seaman by helicopter lift, which course should the ship take?

 
 

5. When evacuating a seaman by helicopter lift, which statement is TRUE?

 
 

6. C5 - What should you do when you see a person fall overboard at night?

 

7. C5 - Immediately after abandoning a vessel, lookouts should be posted aboard liferafts to look for __________.

 

8. C5 - After abandoning ship, you should deploy the sea anchor from a liferaft to __________.

 

9. C5 - Which step should be taken, if possible, when the vessel must be abandoned because of a distress situation?

 

10. C5 - When abandoning ship, after launching the motor lifeboat you should __________.

 

11. C5 - You must shore up the collision bulkhead due to solid flooding forward. The bulkhead approximates an inverted triangle. The center of pressure of the shores on the bulkhead should be located __________.

 

12. C5 - You are trying to rescue survivors from a wrecked vessel on fire. You should approach __________.

 

13. C5 - You are underway when a fire breaks out in the forward part of your vessel. If possible you should __________.

 

14. C5 - A report of casualty to a vessel must include _____________ .?

 

15. C5 - Which situation requires you to furnish a notice of marine casualty to the coast guard?

 

16. C5 - The abbreviation HEL-H of helicopter radius of action for rescue purposes. What are the radius and evacuating capacity of the helicopter?

 

17. C5 - What will be the action of each vessel after the collision accident?

 

18. C5 - When a crew member who is conscious has fallen overboard is being picked up by a lifeboat, how should the boat approach with the wind?

 

19. C5 - The shipboard general alarm system must receive its main source of power from which of the following?

 

20. C5 - A continuous sounding of a fog whistle by a vessel indicates that a vessel is:

 

21. C5 - Which of the following smoke signals can be given off by a vessel in distress or in need of assistance?

 

22. C5 - When beaching a vessel and the vessel is heavily trimmed by the head, beaching __________ may be advantageous.

 

23. C5 - What will be your first action to alarm the persons on board when your vessel runs aground?

 

24. C5 - What would be your immediate action upon stranding your vessel?

 

25. C5 - After grounding, the extent of the damage to the vessel can determined by:

 

26. C5 - Upon colliding with another vessel in calm weather, the engines should be stopped. Which of the following would NOT immediately be done?

 

27. C5 - If the ship's bow has penetrated the side of the other ship in a collision it would be safe to:

 

28. C5 - Which of the following is NOT considered as distress signal?

 

29. C5 - Among the listed, which one is NOT a way to signal distress?

 

30. C5 - When vessel is stranded, the engineers should be warned to:

 

31. C5 - Your vessel have been in collision with an other vessel. You are taking in water and you have to prepare for leaving the vessel. How will you act?

 

32. C5 - What would NOT be a distress signal:

 

33. C5 - Which of the following information is NOT required in reporting danger messages?

 

34. C5 - What is the possible damaged of a vessel aground listing to starboard side?

 

35. C5 - This system divides the crew into teams which should be trained in their various functions so that when an emergency occurs, the whole crew swings into actions.

 

36. C5 - Your vessel has grounded on a bar. What should you do?

 

37. C5 - While your vessel is underway at sea and one of your crew member falls overboard from the starboard side. What should be the FIRST thing to do?

 

38. C5 - Which of the following action should you take if a crew member has just fallen overboard off your port side?

 

39. C5 - A person has just fallen overboard off your starboard side. Which action should you take?

 

40. C5 -Upon stranding, the engines should be stopped. It should be put astern if the tide is falling to see if the engines will immediately re-float. However, under no circumstances will be engines be put astern for a long period. Why?

 

41. C5 - You are Senior Deck Officer onboard a merchant vessel. During the night you have been in collision with a sail boat. There is no sign of life in the water. What will you do?

 

42. C5 - What a rescue person use if he has to jump into the water in order to assist a survivor?

 

43. C5 - When vessel is stranded, discharge or probable discharge of harmful substances should be reported to the:

 

44. C5 - Which of the following actions is NOT to be taken following a collision:

 

45. C5 - When a parallel track search pattern is being carried out, the course of the search units should normally be which of the following?

 

46. C5 - When beaching a ship to avoid immediate danger of foundering, it is ideal to do so at/on __________ so that the ship settles slowly, rather than drive her hard ashore and strain the bottom plating.

 

47. C5 - What action should the engineers take when your vessel is underway in a channel and all of a sudden the vessel runs a ground?

 

48. C5 - This emergency team may be needed to provide support by carrying additional equipment to the fist team, to provide stretcher bearers and to relieve injured or tire men.

 

49. C5 - In the event of a collision, after the impact, which of the following should NOT be done?

 

50. C5 - Which of the following statements concerning a man overboard emergency is FALSE?

 

51. C5 - If a crewmember has fallen overboard during the hours of darkness and you immediately execute a Williamson turn, what is the primary advantage of this maneuver under these circumstance exams?

 

52. C5 - In the event of collision in calm weather, the colliding ship should generally remain embedded:

 

53. C5 - What is NOT correct while the vessel is dealing with emergencies in stranding?

 

54. C5 - Your vessel has been involved in a collision. As master you have to write about the accident in the log-book. In order to only write the facts in the log-book, which of the following procedures do you find most correct?

 

55. C5 - When a vessel signals her distress by means of a gun or other explosive signal, the firing should be at intervals of approximately:

 

56. C5 - A rescue helicopter hoist area would preferably have a minimum radius of at least:

 

57. C5 - A crew member has just fallen overboard off your port beam. Which of the following actions should you take?

 

58. C5 - This team deals with the emergency at source. On arriving at the scene of the incident, the team takes the necessary corrective action and informs the control team of the situation. The Chief Officer is in charge of “deck Emergencies”. But if the incident occurs in the engine room, the Second Engineer leads the team.

 

59. The officer in charge of the navigational watch shall bear in mind the necessity to comply at all times with the requirements in force of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, (SOLAS) 1974. What account the officer of the navigationa

 
 

60. When on a coastal passage through the English Channel the OOW reports sighting a red and white striped, round buoy on the surface. It is identified as a submarine indicator buoy. What would you do?

 
 

61. expected, the first responsibility of the officer in charge of the navigational watch is to comply with the relevant rules of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions . In addition, what must the

 
 

62. You are underway in the North Sea on course 216degrees T when you sight a buoy bearing 021degrees relative. Under the IALA Buoyage System, how would you determine that you are in the best navigable water?

 
 

63. You are underway on course 142degrees T when you sight a buoy bearing 105degrees T. The buoys white light has a characteristic of continuous veryquick flashing. What would you do to ensure that your vessel remains in the best navigable water?

 
 

64. Under the Manila Amendments to the STCW Convention, all persons who are assigned duty as officer in charge of a watch or as a rating forming part of a watch and those whose duties involve designated safety, prevention of pollution and security duties shall be provided with a rest period of not less than:

 
 

65. What rest hours should be provided to all persons who are assigned duty as officer in charge of a watch or as a rating forming part of a watch and those whose duties involve designated safety, prevention of pollution and security duties under the Manila Amendments to the STCW Convention?

 
 

66. When restricted visibility is encountered or expected, the first responsibility of the officer of the watch is to comply with the relevant rules of the applicable regulations for preventing collisions at sea, with particular regard to the sounding of fog signals, proceeding at a safe speed and having the engines ready for immediate manoeuvres. What are the additional responsibilities that the OOW must comply with?

 
 

67. You are operating a vessel in a narrow channel. Your vessel must stay within the channel to be navigated safely. Another vessel is crossing your course from starboard to port, and you are in doubt as to his intentions. What action you are going to do according to Rule 9?

 
 

68. When restricted visibility is encountered or expected, the first responsibility of the officer in charge of the navigational watch is to comply with the relevant rules of the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions . In addition, what must the officer in charge of the navigational must do?

 
 

69. Whilst calling attention to all the usual precautions to be taken, it also calls for the exercise of personal intelligence on the arising of any unforeseen circumstances. In what other rule conforms with this statement?

 
 

70. he officer in charge of the navigational watch shall bear in mind the necessity to comply at all times with the requirements in force of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, (SOLAS) 1974. What account the officer of the navigational watch shall take into?

 
 

71. In addition to maintaining a proper lookout for the purpose of fully appraising the situation and the risk of collision, stranding and other dangers to navigation, the duties of the lookout shall include the detection of ships or aircraft in distress, shipwrecked persons, wrecks and debris. What should be observed in maintaining a lookout?

 
 

72. Attempts to sever the towing hawser are unsuccessful. Which action should now be taken?

 
 

73. After an explosion, when should repair of machinery and services be accomplished?

 
 

74. A report of casualty to a vessel must include __________.

 
 

75. Fire in an engine compartment is best extinguished with carbon dioxide gas (CO2) and by __________.

 
 

76. After abandoning ship, you should deploy the sea anchor from a liferaft to __________.

 
 

77. If heavy smoke is coming from the paint locker, the FIRST firefighting response should be to __________.

 
 

78. Since electrical burn victims may be in shock, the FIRST medical response is to check for __________.

 
 

79. There is a fire aft aboard your vessel. To help fight the fire, you should put the __________.

 
 

80. When administering first aid you should avoid __________.

 
 

81. The most effective first aid treatment for chemical burns is to immediately __________.

 
 

82. Control of fire should be addressed __________.

 
 

83. The primary concern in aiding a back injury patient is __________.

 
 

84. To treat a person suffering from heat exhaustion, you should __________.

 
 

85. A marker pole, with a horseshoe buoy and a sea anchor attached, should be used to __________.

 
 

86. On a sailing vessel, it is best to approach a person in the water by placing them on your __________.

 
 

87. A storm is forecast for the area where your vessel is moored. For its safety you should put __________.

 
 

88. Your sailing vessel is docked during a storm and is in continuous motion. If a mooring line parts due to vessel motion, it will most likely do so __________.

 
 

89. You are sailing before the wind in heavy weather. The failure of what will affect the vessel's safety most?

 
 

90. How should you try to right a capsized small sailing vessel?

 
 

91. You are on watch at sea at night and a fire breaks out in #3 hold. What should be done IMMEDIATELY?

 
 

92. When evacuating a seaman by helicopter lift, the vessel should be __________.

 
 

93. A rescue helicopter's hoist area should have a radius of at least __________.

 
 

94. (You are approaching a disabled vessel in order to remove survivors from it. If your vessel drifts faster than the disabled vessel, how should you make your approach?

 
 

95. When transferring survivors from a survival craft to a rescue vessel, personnel on board the craft should __________.

 
 

96. A person has fallen overboard and is being picked up with a rescue boat. If the person appears in danger of drowning, the rescue boat should be maneuvered to make____________________.

 
 

97. If the situation arose where it became necessary to tow a disabled vessel, which statement is TRUE concerning the towing line?

 
 

98. You are approaching a ship that is broken down and are preparing to take her in tow. BEFORE positioning your vessel to pass the towline, you must __________.

 
 

99. You are attempting to take a dead ship in tow. All lines have been passed and secured. How should you get underway?

 
 

100. Which statement is TRUE concerning lifeboat installations on Great Lakes vessels?

 
 


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