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1. What do you called in risk management the procedure where in inspections is done in order to reinforce that workplace precautions are continuing to be effective?


2. It is the Master should carry the responsibility to ensure that cargo is carried carefully?


3. To whom the Government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly?


4. What could be the course of action by the master if an American Consul asked the Master of a vessel bound for a port in the U.S. to transport a destitute seaman back to the U.S.?


5. The ISM Code for safety management is one of the tools for implementing a risk-based approach. What should be the management system do?


6. The official identification of a vessel could be found in the ___________.


7. The Shipping Articles aside by each seaman should be signed by the _________.


8. According to ISM Code, it means the owner of the ship or any other organization or person such as the manager, or the bareboat charterer, who has assumed the responsibility for operation of the ship from the shipowner and who, on assuming such responsibility?


9. According to the ISM Code, what is a document issued to a ship which signifies that the Company and its shipboard management operate in accordance with the approved safety management system?


10. SOLAS 74 contains the IMO Grain rules in what chapter?


11. What vessel could be exempted from OPA -90?


12. During relieving of duty you found out a sufficient reason that the relieving officer is NOT capable of watch keeping duties, the outgoing in charge of the engineering watch should ___________


13. When taking over the engineering watch while the ship is underway, relieving officers of the engineering watch should satisfy? I. special requirements to sanitary system disposal II. availability of fire fighting appliances III. state of completion of engine room log IV. standing orders of the chief engineer officer


14. The machinery spaces are in the periodic unmanned condition, where is the designated duty officer of the engineering watch shall be?


15. The machinery spaces are in manned condition while the ship is underway, when is the officer in charge of the engineering watch should be ready to? I. response for changes of the course of the ship II. attend to various main propulsion speeds III. use damage control gear in machinery space


16. How can water hammer be avoided in cooling water systems pipes?


17. In the execution of a standard UMS-check, the engineer on duty is experiencing a “low water level” ALARM in a cooling water expansion tank. Which of the following will be the appropriate immediate action?


18. During bunkering operation and fixing the hose connection on deck, when the area is covered by snow, what is the material that should be spread over the snow to avoid slipping?


19. The responsibilities or role of the crew during an incident investigation is ___________.


20. What kind of garbage that you can dispose of into the North Sea or English Channel?


21. How far do you dispose of foodstuffs?


22. Would it be good to dispose off old loaves and their bags?


23. During cold weather the moisture trapped in the equipment may freeze and will cause the valves to malfunction, that equipment is thawed out by ___________.


24. A vessel person-in-charge is required to submit a casualty report of an international grounding under what condition?


25. A vessel master or person-in-charge is required to submit a report of a loss of life, according to regulations ___.


26. Who is responsible to insure that all records required by regulations are retained onboard a vessel involved in a casualty?


27. The condition when the master or person-in-charge of a vessel is required to submit a casualty report of an international grounding __________.


28. A vessel person-in-charge is required to submit a casualty report of an intentional grounding when ___.


29. What document certifying the correctness of the load line marks on a vessel?


30. Who’s job is the compliance with the terms of the load line certificate on a vessel?


31. Who is responsible to pay losses or damage to cargoes transported onboard?


32. Who is the sole authority to sign bill of lading after loading ready for departure?


33. Who is authorized to approve any alteration on the structure of the vessel after it has been previously surveyed and certificated?


34. Who is authorize to copy entries made in the oil record book?


35. Who are the group to board a ship arrival first port from foreign?


36. What is the term used of vessel get alongside immediately upon arrival even without clearance?


37. What are the Hague-Visby rules is stated that neither the carrier nor the ship shall be responsible for loss or damage arising or resulting from? I. Act of God II. Act of war III. Act of public enemies


38. The ship or the carrier shall be liable in any event of loss in connection with the cargo according to Hague-Visby rules, if ________.


39. What are the value of damaged or loss goods be priced so that the carrier could pay the shipper on his account? I. The value of the goods shall be fixed according to the commodity exchange price II. if there be no such price, according to the current market price III. by reference to the normal value of goods of the same kind and quality IV. by bidding of qualified individuals


40. What are the carrier or the ship is free from any liability if there is a loss or damage resulting from?


41. The Hague-Visby rules states that, neither the carrier nor the ship shall be responsible for loss or damage arising or resulting from the following except:


42. According to regulation, Neither the carrier nor the ship shall be responsible in any event for loss or damage to, or in connection with, goods if the nature or value has been knowingly mis-stated by the shipper in the bill of lading.


43. What period is the coverage of the liability of the carrier in connection with the goods?


44. When are the good or cargo could be considered lost and claim can possibly made if?


45. The International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, Who is covered?


46. The responsible for the safety of the crew on-board is the __________.


47. The responsible for the running costs and repairs of the ship is the __________.


48. Who regards the D.P. as important and what is D.P.?


49. What level of management can he approach as a D.P.?


50. A company receives from its class after successfully passing an audit. What the company receive ?


51. The document is required in order to get a Document of Compliance is the _________.


52. How many years is the validity of Document of compliance?


53. How many year is the validity of an SMS?


54. The back-bones of SMS is the __________.


55. The kind of ship does the SMS apply to __________.


56. Who is responsible to define and document the responsibility in authority of shipboard personnel?


57. The document that the company supplies to all their ships under its management is __________.


58. The size of ships should voluntarily use the I.S.M. code are __________.


59. Who is the responsible to provide the required training in support of the S.M.S.?


60. Who is responsible person for correcting defects on a ship?


61. The action is taken to review the companies/ships S.M.S. ____________.


62. The Law of the Seas on the early age, how far is a national territory and what is the basis of measurement called?


63. What is the older freedom of the seas states that all waters beyond national boundaries are considered?


64. What convention in 1956, United Nations held the first conference in Geneva, Switzerland, resulted in four treaties concluded in 1958?


65. When is the UNCLOS III (the Third United Nations Conference On the Law of the Seas) was convened in New York in 1973 to write a new treaty covering the oceans and came into force on?


66. The stand of the Philippines with regards to the UNCLOS treaty is the _________.


67. What do you call the water and waterways on the landward side of the baseline, the coastal nation is free to set laws, regulate any use, and use any resource, foreign vessels have no right of passage within this area?


68. What do you call the area that is out to 12 nautical miles from the baseline, the coastal state is free to set laws, regulate any use, and use any resource, vessels were given the right of "innocent passage" in this area?


69. What do you call the area in 24 nautical miles from the territorial sea baselines limit in which area, a state could continue to enforce laws regarding activities such as smuggling or illegal immigration?


70. What do to call the area that extends 200 nautical miles from the baseline, within this area, the coastal nation has sole exploitation rights over all natural resources?


71. What is a baseline is drawn between the outermost points of the outermost islands, subject to these points being sufficiently close to one another and all waters inside this baseline and are included as part of the state's territory and territorial waters?


72. What is a natural prolongation of the land territory to the continental margin’s outer edge, or 200 nautical miles from the coastal state’s baseline, whichever is greater?


73. Under STCW code, chapter 3, regulation 3/1, who is covered?


74. Where are the mandatory minimum requirements for training and qualification of MASTERS, OFFICERS and RATINGS on Tanker vessels are stated?


75. Under STCW code, Chapter 6, Reg. 6/1 state that the:


76. Under SOLAS convention, the Chapters II-1 and II-2 contains:


77. SOLAS Chapter 3 contain ___________.


78. What term is derived from the taxation paid on “tuns” of wine, and was later used in reference to the weight of a ship's cargo, it is a measure of the size or cargo capacity of a ship?


79. What is the measure of tonnage which represents the total internal volume of a vessel, with some exemptions for non-productive spaces such as crew quarters?


80. What is the volume of cargo the vessel can carry; ie. the Gross Register Tonnage less the volume of spaces that will not hold cargo, is based on a calculation of the volume of all cargo spaces of the ship, it indicates a vessel’s earning space and is a function of the moulded volume of all cargo spaces of the ship?


81. What is the term refers to the volume of all ship's enclosed spaces (from keel to funnel) measured to the outside of the hull framing?


82. The penalty for a person found operating a vessel while intoxicated is ________.


83. A person other than the master and the members of the crew or other person employed or engaged in any capacity on board a ship on the business of that ship, or a child under one year old is called _________.


84. A vessel arrives in a foreign port and the Master is informed that the vessel is being sold to foreign interests while the new owner’s request that the crew remain on board to complete the voyage. What right does the crew have under these circumstances?


85. What is the Government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly, according to ISM code?


86. How do we manage risks, predominantly on board ships at present time?


87. Where the documents required by the QMS should be?


88. What relates to the over-all fitness of the ship with regards to its superstructure, equipment and manning?


89. What are three major areas of risk to the company and the shipboard staff with regards to ship board operation. Which one does not belong to them?


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