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1. What should we do if more than one liferaft is manned after the vessel has sunk?


2. What should you do when abandoning ship and jumping into the water from a substantial height without a life jacket?


3. What should you do when abandoning ship, after launching the motor lifeboat?


4. When a man who has fallen overboard is being picked up by a lifeboat, how should the boat approach with the wind?


5. When evacuating a seaman by helicopter lift, what the vessel should be?


6. Which step should normally be taken FIRST by those who have boarded a liferaft in an emergency?


7. Why should the the high handler be equipped with electricians and rubber soled shoes during helicopter winching operations over deck of a vessel needing assistance?


8. You are on watch at sea at night, and a fire breaks out in #3 hold. What would you NOT do immediately?


9. You are picking up a conscious person that has fallen overboard. How do you approach the victim to make Recovery easier?


10. You are standing the wheelwatch when you hear the cry Man overboard starboard side. What should you do?


11. A vessel is flying the signal BJ1 from her starboard halyard. What does the signal means?


12. RECEIVED MAYDAY is used in a:


13. A Coast Guard radiotelephone message about an aid to navigation that is off station is preceded by the word __________.


14. A distress alert from an InmarsatEPIRB, is received in the coverage area of a satellite by ground station within:


15. A distress alert has accidentally been sent with the InmarsatC installation. One should now:


16. A distress alert on board may only be transmitted on explicit order of:


17. A distress frequency used on radiotelephone is __________.


18. A distresscall, onboard via RCC, may only be given Receipt if:


19. A helicopter making a round trip from a helodeck with refueling capabilities to an unmanned platform will take 45 minutes each way. The helicopter should be carrying enough fuel to last __________.


20. A period during a SAR incident when SAR facilities return to their regular location and prepare for another mission.


21. An aircraft has indicated that he wants you to change course and follow him. You cannot comply because of an emergency on board. Which signal should you make


22. An airplane should NOT send which signal in reply to a surface craft?


23. At sea red rocket signals are seen. This is not reported by radio. You have to begin the distress alert procedure via VHF with the term:


24. During a helicopter evacuation, the helicopter lowers its winch wire to the deck. Which of the following should NOT be done with the winch wire?


25. During helicopter evacuation of an injured man, what course should the ship steer?


26. During search and rescue operations an aircraft crosses the wake of your vessel close astern at low altitude. What does it indicate, if the aircraft rocks its wings, opens and closes the throttle or changes the propeller pitch?


27. IAMSAR defines this as Communications necessary for the coordination of facilities participating in a search and rescue operation.


28. IAMSAR defines this as any facility intended to serve as an intermediary between a person reporting an emergency and a rescue coordination centre or rescue subcentre.


29. If a man overboard is heard over the radio, what precedes the message?


30. If a distress signal is received, what would you do?


31. If you wished to transmit a message by voice concerning the safety of navigation, you would preface it by the word:


32. If, during helicopter refueling operations, fuel is spilled on clothing, the person should first __________.


33. In IAMSAR a general term used to describe documents which exist at all levels of the national and international search and rescue structure to describe goals, arrangements, and procedures which support the provision of search and rescue services.


34. In radio telephony what is the URGENCY CALL which should be used to indicate that you have a very urgent message to transmit concerning the safety of another vessel or person?


35. In radiotelephone communications, the prefix PANPAN indicates that __________.


36. In radiotelephony the prefix PANPAN indicates that:


37. In the IAMSAR manual, OSC is the abbreviation for the:


38. One can check the functioning of the SART by:


39. The Urgency Message is used to notify other traffic of a situation where the ship is in imminent danger and may be in need of assistance, but where the development of the situation is uncertain. What is the telephony urgency message like?


40. What is the Masters main responsibility when receiving a distress signal from any source?


41. When you have an urgent message concerning the safety of a vessel, aeroplane or any other means, then you have to use:


42. C4 - ECDIS is set with performance standard by IMO called:


43. C4 - This is the ship's electronic data base used in the ECDIS System


44. C4 - The Component of the IBS which contains the heart of the whole system is the:


45. C4 - The Component of the IBS that allows a navigator to see an integrated navigation and tactical display and to avoid navigational hazard is:


46. C4 - ECDIS must have the capability to preserve the record of the track for the previous __________.


47. C4 - Which of the following statements is TRUE about AIS?


48. C4 - Which of the following statements is TRUE regarding automatic identification systems (AIS)?


49. C4 - Chart information details to be used in ECDIS should be the latest edition of information originated by a government-authorized hydrographic office and conform to the standards of the __________.


50. C4 - The database information that should be shown when a chart is first displayed on ECDIS is the __________.


51. C4 - Which data must ECDIS be able to record at one-minute intervals?


52. C4 - Which information must automatic identification systems (AIS) automatically provide to appropriately equipped shore stations, vessels and aircraft?


53. C4 - While underway, a vessel over 100,000 gross tons with an automatic identification systems (AIS) is expected to broadcast all of the following information every 1 to 10 seconds EXCEPT __________.


54. C4 - While underway, automatic identification systems (AIS) broadcast all of the following information every 1 to 10 seconds EXCEPT the __________.


55. C4 - Raster-scan chart data is __________.


56. C4 - ECDIS units incorporate Digital Chart Data Formats, which include __________.


57. C4 - An ECDIS is required to display which information?


58. C4 - An ECDIS is required to display which information?


59. C4 - An ECDIS is required to display which information?


60. C4 - The database resulting from (1) the transformation of the electronic navigational chart (ENC) by ECDIS for appropriate use, (2) the updates to the ENC by appropriate means, and (3) the additional data added by the mariner, is called the:


61. C4 - ECDIS must be able to perform all of the following EXCEPT:


62. C4 - It displays the ship position on an electronic chart and provides information on sensor status and ship's control systems.


63. C4 - The primary function of ECDIS is to:


64. C4 - It is define as the level of SENC info shown when ECDIS first turned on; used for route planning and can be modified by mariner depending on needs.


65. C4 - Which of the following data layer categories is NOT displayed on ECDIS?


66. C4 - With respect to automatic identification systems (AIS), which information is required to be broadcast every 1 to 10 seconds?


67. C4 - Chart data is organised into many separate files. It contains layer information to produce certain symbols, lines, area, colours, and other elements. With this data, it can change individual elements with additional data.


68. C4 - With respect to automatic identification systems (AIS), which information is expected to be broadcast every 1 to 10 seconds?


69. C4 - An ECDIS is required to display which information?


70. C4 - Which of the following is mandatory equipment that must be connected to ECDIS?


71. C4 - Which of the following mode of operation for ECDIS has been recently approved by the IMO under Resolution MSC.86(7)?


72. C4 - ECDIS database issued by hydrographic office that contains all chart info needed for safe navigation and may contain supplemental info.


73. C4 - ECDIS level in info that cannot be removed from display; required at all times and not intended for safe navigation.


74. C4 - The level of database information which cannot be removed from the ECDIS display and consists of information which is required at all times in all geographic areas and under all circumstances is the:


75. C4 - An ECDIS is required to display which information?


76. C4 - An automatic identification system (AIS) transponder transmits and receives information broadcasts on:


77. C4 - Aside from the requirements for the Display Base and Standard Display, who selects the display categories of the “All other information” display level?


78. C4 - Which of the following is “equivalent to an up-to-date paper chart”?


79. C4 - This electronic Chart data is a digitized “picture” of a chart. All data in one layer and one format. With this data, it is difficult to change individual element of the chart since they are not separated in the data file.


80. A person has fallen overboard and is being picked up with a lifeboat. If the person appears in danger of drowning, how the lifeboat should make?


81. You suspect that a crewmember has fallen overboard during the night and immediately execute a Williamson turn. What is the primary advantage of this maneuver under these circumstances?


82. After abandoning ship, which action should be taken IMMEDIATELY upon entering a liferaft?


83. How should the vessel be when evacuating a seaman by helicopter lift?


84. What should you do if help has not arrived in 1012 hours after abandoning a vessel in a rescue boat?


85. What action you would do, if more than one liferaft is manned after the vessel has sunk?


86. What should they do if there are a number of survivors in the water after abandoning ship?


87. If you are forced to abandon ship in a liferaft, what course of action you should do?


88. What would be your main course of action if you have to abandon ship, and enter a liferaft?


89. What you should do if you will enter water on which there is an oil fire?


90. On board an OSV, what is the key to the most rapid and effective response to a man overboard situation?


91. What is one of the first actions to be taken by survivors when they have boarded an inflatable liferaft?


92. Provided every effort is used to produce, as well as preserve body moisture content by avoiding perspiration, how long is it normally possible to survive without stored quantities of water?


93. What is the most important reason for taking antiseasickness pills as soon as possible after entering a liferaft?


94. What should be done to keep injured survivors warm in the water after abandoning ship?


95. What is important that the crew member should do if, for any reason, it is necessary to abandon ship while far out at sea?


96. What is one of the FIRST things to be done when a ship is abandoned and there are several liferafts in the water?


97. What is the greatest danger when you are at sea in an inflatable liferaft in high latitudes?


98. What must you do if you must enter water on which there is an oil fire?


99. What should be one of the first actions to be taken by survivors when they have boarded an inflatable liferaft?


100. What should be your main course of action if you have to abandon ship and enter a liferaft?


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