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1. The totally banned from being disposed of into the sea is _________.


2. The oily bilge water on board ship should __________.


3. If there was no holding tank on the pier, what would you do?


4. What are you going to do if the port authorities say they have no holding tanks to give you to put your sludge?


5. What dangers do you have with going to sea in this vessel, if your bilges are full of oily bilge water? I. Main danger is capsize with this amount of F.S.E. (Free Surface Effect) (Your vessel will be really unstable) II. Danger of fire, if the oil on top of the water gets near any electrical source you will start a major fire and you'll have a hard time to put this one out III. No danger at all


6. What will you do with your old ropes/wires/old oil/filters or any garbage?


7. What will you do with an old starter battery?


8. What are you going to do with any other chemicals you had to dispose off?


9. The procedure if you've had an oil spill at sea is ____________.


10. Which one should you display in your vessel for your crew regarding pollution?


11. The name of the documents to fill out for oil-spills/for the amount of sludge you have in your sludge tank/last time you emptied your sludge tank/when you clean out any fuel tanks/the cleaning water you disposed of from your fuel tank/every time you pump your bilges is the __________.


12. When should be used for every vessel over 400grt must carry a GARBAGE MANAGEMENT PLAN, and a GARBAGE RECORD BOOK?


13. What will you do with any oil in your bilges when you are in dry-dock?


14. If you had no sludge tank, what are you going to do with the oil in the bilges now when you are going to dry- dock?


15. Oil/water separator means _________.


16. How many times would you empty your sludge tank?


17. What is NOT a mandatory requirement of the shipboard oil pollution emergency plan?


18. What is the mandatory on the shipboard oil pollution emergency plan?


19. According to MARPOL, a vessel is obligated to have an International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOPP) certificate when the ship _____________.


20. How many years the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate on a vessel is valid?


21. What is a Crude Oil Washing (COW) system?


22. In case of small oil spills on deck, how can be prevented from contaminating any waters?


23. According to regulations implementing MARPOL, a vessel is obligated to have an International Oil Pollution Prevention (IOOP) certificate when the ship ________.


24. What is the maximum allowable working pressure for each oil transfer hose assembly?


25. What is the specific gravity of fuel being measured?


26. What is the practice to be done when a vessel is in port and necessary to pump bilges?


27. What is the minimum bursting pressure for every cargo hoses assembly?


28. What is the ship’s operation that is required to be logged in the Oil Record Book?


29. The abbreviation SOLAS means_________


30. Life boat be swing out and lowered over the water every ______months?


31. Which one is the possible consequence of shipboard operations risky to environment?


32. The Mediterranean sea, the black sea, the Baltic Sea, the Red Sea, the Gulfs and the Gulf of Aden has been designated as special areas in which any discharge of oil or oily mixture into the sea is outlawed except_________.


33. Where must be the Oil Pollution Act 1961 states that a record of oil transfers to be kept?


34. In Oil Pollution Act 1961, the term oil means:


35. What kind of oil is not covered in the oil pollution laws?


36. The pollution prevention regulations require all oil spill that get into United States waters must be reported directly to the_______.


37. How to prevent small oil spills on deck from entering the water?


38. What action should be taken if an oil spill occurs on deck?


39. Pumping connections are made up of flanged hoses the weakest link in oil pumping operation is the___________.


40. Waste oil from lube oil sumps of machinery may not be_________.


41. On a tank vessel, if an emergency pump control is used as the emergency shutdown it must stop the flow oil through__________.


42. No person may transfer oil to or from a vessel unless the person in charge_________.


43. The correct action to be considered to rescue of an unconscious person from a compartment containing unsafe gases is to _________.


44. The proper procedure that is always recommended in the rescue of an unconscious person from a compartment containing an unsafe environment is to ___________.


45. What to do in the event of a small bunker oil spill on deck while fueling?


46. Until when the Oil Record Book be maintained onboard the vessel?


47. What should be done to prevent oil spills on deck from entering the water?


48. When is the Scuppers on deck during bunkering should be plugged?


49. What is reduce when decreasing the free surfaces within a vessel?


50. You may not lose watertight in the event of a collision if you_________.


51. You may not lose watertight in the event of a collision if you_________.


52. What will happen to the center of gravity if weight hangs freely from a point of a ship?


53. Which of the following indicates progressive flooding?


54. In order to rectify or remove the list on a tanker vessel, you should:


55. How can you improve your vessels stability in hazardous situation?


56. If the ship is hogging, the pillars will be held in______.


57. The particular part of the ship which is greatly affected by painting movement is?


58. The upward force of displacement in water is called_____.


59. If the vessel is supported on the crest of a wave amidships, the vessel is subject to_______.


60. The usual effect of moving cargo from the main deck to a position low in the vessel is?


61. How vessel stability can be adversely affected?


62. When water or fuel tanks are partially filled ships are less stable because of the______.


63. When a vessel rolls to the starboard side and there are no movable or moving weights on board, the center of gravity will_______________.


64. What do we call the vertical measurement from keel to waterline?


65. Which one represent the abbreviation “GM”?


66. What procedures could be used to determine the integrity of the hull?


67. The vertical motion of a floating vessel is called_____


68. Which of the following will be affected if a ballast tank with one third of its capacity filled-up until it became two third full?


69. While vessel is underway, a quick and rapid change of vessel list from port to stbd then vice versa indicates________.


70. A vessel’s center of gravity is lowered when you__________.


71. The main reason that the vessel gain better stability the moment its tanks are loaded with ballasts is?


72. Excessive free surface in tanks of a vessel loading liquid cargoes has various effects on the vessel and must be avoided to _______.


73. A half-filled cargo tanks or compartment will leave a large area for liquid cargo to move as the ship rolls while underway which cause_____.


74. A damage compartment in the vessel being flooded with free communication to the sea is ________.


75. What do we call the average draft taken forward and aft of the ship?


76. An increase in “GM” for a vessel with longitudinal inclination would cause the____________.


77. What will be the upright equilibrium position in case the height of the metacenter is the same as the height of the center of gravity?


78. When a vessel is inclined at a small angle, what will happen to the center of buoyancy?


79. Any ship's compartment that are flooding, resulting in a serious loss of reserve buoyancy, will ___________.


80. What type of stability of a vessel when the height of metacenter is greater than the height of the center of gravity is:


81. What is the outcome to a floating vessel with an initial negative metacentric height?


82. When the reserve buoyancy of a vessel loses, it will ___________.


83. In a tank when reducing the free surface of a liquid, has the effect of lowering the _______.


84. In a vessel, the function of the inclining experiment is to determine ________.


85. In a vessel, the reverse buoyancy varies directly with changes in the vessel __________.


86. What is the effect of increasing the free surface of a confined liquid?


87. The free surface outcome on initial stability depends upon the surface area dimensions of the free liquids and the _______.


88. What consist in the reverse buoyancy of a vessel?


89. It is the difference between the initial trim of a vessel and the trim after alter in load occurred.


90. It is a document certifying the correctness of the load line marks on a vessel that called ________.


91. It is the load line that is assigned to a vessel to insure adequate stability and ______________.


92. When discharging oily mixtures from the cargo tank area in operation under MARPOL 73/78 Annex 1 of prevention of pollution by oil must have _________.


93. Where should we collect the waste oil from leakages of engine lube oil pumps?


94. An old ship under IMO regulation is considered as_______.


95. Whose duty is to sign the Oil Record Book at the end of each transfer operation?


96. Dispose waste oil collected in drip pans, buckets or collector by_______.


97. What are you going to do, ff the bilge pumping system cannot cope up with the ingress of water?


98. What are the things to do to avoid flooding of the vessel?


99. What are the preventive measure to avoid flooding? I. As part of a muster drill, have the whole crew accustomed to the bilge pumping system II. Fit Grids over slush wells (Strainers in the hold) III. Sea-cocks should be placed as high as possible in the engine-room


100. The danger of working on north sea in winter months is _________.


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