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1. Which of the circumstances listed is an exception to the garbage discharge requirements in Annex V to MARPOL 73/78?

 
 

2. According to the Pollution Prevention Regulations, who makes the final decision of when oil transfer may begin?

 
 

3. According to Pollution Prevention Regulations, if a cargo hose shows a small leak in its fabric, you may transfer oil after______________.

 
 

4. Which statement is true concerning small oil spills?

 
 

5. According to Pollution Prevention Regulations (33 CFR), the minimum number of bolts permitted in an ANSI standard flange on an oil hose is_______________.

 
 

6. When oil is accidentally discharged into the water, what should you do after reporting the discharge?

 
 

7. An acceptable method of dealing with accumulated oil found in the pump room bilges is to_________ .

 
 

8. The minimum number of bolts necessary for a standard ANSI oil transfer hose temporary flange coupling (eight bolt hole flange) is ____________________.

 
 

9. According to Regulations (46 CFR), no vessel can come alongside or remain alongside a tank vessel while it is loading A, B, or C grade cargo without having the permission of the ____________.

 
 

10. In the event of a small bunker oil spill on deck occurring while refueling, you should __________.

 
 

11. According to Pollution Prevention Regulations, when may a person serve as the person-in-charge of both a vessel and a facility during oil transfer operations?

 
 

12. Pollution regulation requires that each scupper in an enclosed deck area have a __________.

 
 

13. In reference to accidental oil pollution, the most critical time during bunkering is when __________.

 
 

14. C10 - The standard outside diameter pipelines to enable pipes of reception facilities to be connected with the ships discharge pipelines for residues from machinery bilges should be_________.

 

15. C10 - Plastic material may be discharged overboard from a vessel if it is __________.

 

16. C10 - One of the requirements for an oil tanker operating with Dedicated Clean Ballast shall be that it is equipped with_________.

 

17. C10 - Which of the following classes of fire would probably occur in the engine room bilges?

 

18. C10 - Which should be done with the ashes from your vessel’s incinerator which has burned packages containing plastic?

 

19. C10 - Sanitary inspections of the crew's quarters are the responsibility of the____.

 

20. C10 - A precaution you should take before bunkering is to __________

 

21. C10 - An ocean going ship of 4000 gross tons must be fitted with a standard discharge shore connection for the discharge of oily wastes to a reception facility. The dimensions for the connection are specified in the Pollution Prevention Regulations under Part _____________________.

 

22. C10 - Which of the following is the minimum internal diameter of the main bilge suction piping permitted by regulations on a vessel over 150 gross tons?

 

23. C10 - An ocean going ship of over 400 gross tons must be fitted with a standard discharge shore connection. What size bolt circle diameter is required for this shore connection to transfer oily ballast to a shore side reception facility?

 

24. C10 - According to the Coast Guard Pollution Prevention Regulations (33 CFR), what is the minimum number of bolts required in a temporarily connected standard ANSI coupling?

 

25. C10 - When amendments are made to the shipboard oil pollution emergency plan, the revisions must be submitted to the Coast Guard __________.

 

26. C10 - According to 33 CFR Part 151, all tankships of 150 GT and above and all other ships of 400 GT and above,are required to prepare and maintain an approved __________________.

 

27. Which list is not required to be provided as part of the appendices of the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan?

 
 

28. Pollution Prevention Regulations state that no person may transfer oil to or from a vessel unless _____________.

 
 

29. Prohibited oil spaces” as specified in the Pollution Prevention Regulations provide regulations, which of the following?

 
 

30. According to regulations, when loading, or discharging oil in bulk at a dock, which of the following signals must be displayed?

 
 

31. Why is it important for fuel oil tank not to be topped off when loading cold oil?

 
 

32. The Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan must include __________.

 
 

33. A shipboard oil pollution emergency plan is required of ______________.

 
 

34. Shipboard oil pollution emergency plans must be reviewed ___________.

 
 

35. Bilges may be pumped .

 
 

36. When using mechanical foam to fight a bilge fire, the stream of foam is most effective when directed .

 
 

37. The term 'discharge', as it applies to the pollution regulations, means __________.

 
 

38. Coast Guard Regulations require the emergency bilge system to _____.

 
 

39. When discharging clean ballast, prior to entering the loading port, if the ballast is determined by the oil monitor to exceed 15 parts per million of oil, the deballasting must ___________________.

 
 

40. Before a vessel can pump oily water within a Special Area, it has to comply with the following conditions except_________.

 
 

41. Coast Guard regulations require a shipboard oil pollution emergency plan to be reviewed _____________.

 
 

42. The term "arrival ballast" refers to ___________

 
 

43. Which of the following liquids can ordinarily be discharge overboard without being processed through an oily water separator?

 
 

44. Water ballast placed in a tank that has been crude oil washed, but not water rinsed, shall be regarded as ________.

 
 

45. When bunkering is completed, the hoses should be __________.

 
 

46. If you observe any situation which presents a safety or pollution hazard during fuel transfer operations which action should you take first?

 
 

47. To whom is the first report rendered in the oil pollution contingency plan of the vessel?

 
 

48. Regulations, state that ocean going ships of 400 gross tons and above must be fitted with a standard discharge shore connection for the discharge of oily waste from machinery space bilges to reception facilities. The flange of this discharge connection must be _______________.

 
 

49. Fueling results in the collection of waste oil in drip pans and containers. Which is an approved method of disposing of the waste oil?

 
 

50. Small oil spills on deck is prevented from going overboard by ______:

 
 

51. The best way to combat an engine room bilge fire is through the use of a_____________ .

 
 

52. Most minor spills of oil products are caused by______.

 
 

53. In an oil pumping operation where pumping connections are made up of flanged hoses the weakest link is the _________.

 
 

54. The term "segregated ballast" is defined in the Pollution Prevention Regulations as ballast water introduced into a/an ____________.

 
 

55. No person may transfer oil to or from a vessel unless the person in charge _____________.

 
 

56. The operator of each vessel subject to the pollution regulations is NOT required to keep written records of __________.

 
 

57. Pollution Prevention Regulations require that on the completion of oil transfer operations all _____________.

 
 

58. Which significant combustion elements of fuel oil is a major source of air pollution/

 
 

59. Pollution regulations require that the oil transfer procedures, which must be posted on every vessel having a capacity of 250 or more barrels of oil, must contain a description of each oil transfer system installed on the vessel including each _____________. I. valve II. pump III. vent

 
 

60. According to the Coast Guard Pollution Prevention Regulations, no person may transfer oil to or from a vessel unless _____________. I. each part of the transfer system not necessary for the transfer operation is securely blanked or shut off II. the discharge containment is in place III. each scupper or drain in a discharge containment system is closed

 
 

61. According to Pollution Prevention Regulations, no person may transfer oil to or from a vessel unless _____________. I. each hose is supported in a manner that prevents strain on its coupling II. Each part of the transfer system necessary to allow the flow of oil is lined up for transfer III. each oil transfer hose has no loose covers, kinks, bulges, or soft spots, and no gouges, cuts or slahses that penetrate the hose reinforcement

 
 

62. Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations, require that the person-in-charge of transfer operations is to insure that the _____________. I. drains and scuppers are closed by the mechanical means II. transferrer and transferee know the identity of the product to be transferred III. hose is supported to prevent kinking or damage

 
 

63. In accordance with Regulations, a 25,000 gross ton cargo vessel on an ocean route, having two 10,000 HP oil fired boilers, requires a certain quantity of hand portable and semi-portable fire extinguishing systems in the engine room. Which of the following quantities of extinguishing agents would meet these requirements? I. 100 lbs. CO2, 20 lbs. dry chemical II. 30 lbs. CO2, 40 gals. foam III. 5 gals foam, 50 lbs. dry chemical

 
 

64. Which of the following statements is true concerning oil transfer connections? I. Any permanently connected flange coupling must have a bolt in each hole II. Approved quick-connect couplings may be used III. When a temporary connection utilizes an American National Standard Institute (ANSI) standard flange, a bolt in every other hole is accpetable if at least four bolts are used

 
 

65. The fixed CO2 fire extinguishing system has been activated to extinguish a large engine room bilge fire. When is the best time to vent the combustible products from the engine room?

 
 

66. The transfer procedures for oil products are required to be posted ____________.

 
 

67. The regulations that were passed to implement MARPOL 73/78 concerning oil pollution apply to a U.S. flag vessel that sails on which waters?

 
 

68. Which statement is true concerning gasoline spill?

 
 

69. Is it possible to discharge overboard plastic material from a vessel?

 
 

70. Remote control for stopping machinery driving fuel oil service pumps is required. These controls shall be _______.

 
 

71. With no environmental forces present, the center of gravity of an inclined vessel is vertically aligned with the .

 
 

72. When completing the ballasting operation of a contaminated tank, which of the following problems must be guarded against?

 
 

73. On a tanker ship, sanitary inspections of the crew's quarters are the responsibility of the __________.

 
 

74. Among other restrictions, an oil tanker may not discharge an oily mixture into the sea from a cargo tank, slop tank, or cargo pump room bilge unless the vessel is __________________.

 
 

75. If a leak in an oil hose coupling cannot be stopped by tightening the coupling bolts, you should ____________________.

 
 

76. When you notice oil on the water near your vessel while taking on fuel, you should FIRST ____________.

 
 

77. Under the Pollution Regulations, when you dump garbage in to the sea you must __________.

 
 

78. Pollution Prevention Regulations, state that no person may transfer oil to or from a vessel unless _____________.

 
 

79. When amendments are made to the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan, the revisions must be submitted to the administration __________.

 
 

80. The approval period for a shipboard oil pollution emergency plan expires after __________.

 
 

81. Under the Pollution Regulations, garbage disposal records must be kept for __________.

 
 

82. To prevent oil from escaping into the sea when ballasting through the cargo piping system, you should FIRST _________.

 
 

83. According to the Pollution Prevention Regulations, the declaration of inspection is the ____________.

 
 

84. Which substance is NOT considered to be "Oil" under the pollution prevention regulations?

 
 

85. Which of the listed operations must be personally supervised by the person-in-charge while taking on fuel?

 
 

86. Which is a mandatory section of the shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan?

 
 

87. Which is not a mandatory part of the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan?

 
 

88. The scuppers had been plugged as required at the time an oil spill occurs on deck. After shutting down the transfer, the engineroom should first be informed and then __________.

 
 

89. While loading bulk oil, you notice oil on the water near the barge. Which of the following actions should you carry out FIRST?

 
 

90. SOPEP means _______.

 
 

91. A ocean going ship having an inoperative oily water separator may dispose of its bilge slops by_______________ .

 
 

92. To avoid oil from discharge into the sea when ballasting _______________.

 
 

93. The preferred type of pollution control for oil spills on the water is__________.

 
 

94. During topping off of bunker tanks, the loading rate must be personally supervised by the ____________.

 
 

95. According to Pollution Prevention Regulations , no person may connect or engage in any other critical oil transfer operation unless _____________.

 
 

96. Which statement is true for the 30,000 DWT tanker ship engaging in trade to another country signatory to MARPOL 73/78?

 
 

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