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1. If a CO2 fire extinguisher has been partially expanded in fighting a fire, the extinguisher must be:


2. What is the least amount of pressure the steam smothering system should have? .


3. An all purpose fire fighting nozzle is most difficult to control when changing the nozzle handle:


4. What must be used the portable in line proportioner to produce foams? .


5. Which types of portable extinguisher is most appropriate to use should there be a preignition after the fire had been put out? .


6. Why is it necessary to cool the bulkheads and decks surrounding a compartment where there is a fire? .


7. To produce high velocity fog with an all purpose nozzle, you must: .


8. The alarm for the fixed CO2 system will be sounded for at least: .


9. What kind of passage where the freedom of navigation was exercised solely for the purpose of having a continuous voyage? .


10. What are the controls that can be exercised by a coastal state within its contiguous zone towards foreign vessels? I-Prevent infringement of its customs II-Follow regulations within its territory III-Prevent infringement of sanitary laws.


11. In order that fire can easily be extinguished while it is still small, the best systems that can detect earlier are through ______. I-flame detector II-heat detector III-smoke detector


12. A vessel floats on a water density of 1.007 with a mean draft of 5. 42 meters. What will be its mean draft if it floats on a water density of 1. 025 if its fresh water allowance is 242 millimeters?


13. What do you call the part of a coastal state that comprises the sea beds and submarine areas that extend beyond its territorial sea? .


14. How many miles maximum from the baseline outward can a coastal state construct and operate artificial islands?


15. The force of gravity that tends to act vertically downward on the vessel during loading operation is _________.


16. What are the matters covered by statute law that are to be fully implemented onboard? I-Safety of crew and property II-Protection of environment III-Conditions of crew employment.


17. After loading operation and the vessel was heeled on either side, what do you call the ability to return to its upright position? .


18. In order that provisions of international laws and conferences will be observed or implemented , who are the crew members that are suppose to be knowledgable and act as guides? I-Chief officer II-Chief engineer III-Master.


19. If a vessel navigates with a half loaded ballast tank, what condition or particular of the said tank that affects the vertical height of the center of gravity above the keel?


20. During loading of grains, the instrument or document effective in finding the ship is?


21. What do you call the space or distance between the water line and the main deck of the vessel? .


22. After loading operation, the vessel can be determined if it was overloaded or not through the use of its __________. I-mean draft II-free board III-plimsoll mark


23. The most effective instrument in finding the density of brackish water is a/an ___.


24. What are the extended surveys to be made on passenger vessels as stipulated in the SOLAS conventions? I-Initial survey before ship put to service II-Annual survey must be conducted III-International load line.


25. What do you call the condition of the vessel if the reading of the mean draft on the starboard side is much higher than the port side? .


26. The international conventions or conferences that contributed to the adoption of the International Safety Management (ISM) code are __. I-MARPOL II-SOLAS III-STCW


27. In order that a vessel plying international routes will not be penalized, the laws that must be fully implemented are _______. I-international conventions II-administration laws III-international agreements


28. When a vessel has a water allowance of 242 millimeters and floats on water with a density of 1 025 shows a mean draft of 5. 25 meters. What will be the density of water if its mean draft is 5. 42 meters? .


29. The passage made by a vessel that is not prejudicial to the coastal state but used for commercial purposes is called __.


30. After the full loading of a tanker vessel, the distance between the water line and the main deck of the vessel is called its ___.


31. The accidental introduction of a substance by man to estuaries which results to harm or hazards to sea resources or human beings is called ______.


32. The location used for loading or anchoring situated partly of territorial sea of a coastal state is called its ____.


33. What is the minimum transverse metacentric height (GM) in centimeters of a fully loaded log carrier to be maintained for a safe first port discharging operation? .


34. If the provisions of international conferences and conventions will not be observed properly, what are the effective systems to be done by the administration to implement it on-board? I-Sanctions II-Surveys III-Inspections.


35. What do you call the passage made by a vessel in a coastal state intended for loading or discharging? .


36. What do you call the deliberate disposal of waste, pollutants or man-made structures to the sea? .


37. As provided in international laws, the deliberate disposal to the sea of waste or other man-made structures is called?


38. The condition of the vessel during cargo operation that greatly affects the length of its righting lever is the ___.


39. What do you call the passage made by a vessel that in a coastal state intended for loading and discharging? .


40. What are the criminal jurisdictions onboard a foreign ship passing within the territorial sea of a coastal state? I-Crime consequence extend coastal state II-Master requested state authorities III-Crime disturbs peace of state.


41. The reasons why a coastal state can arrest or detain a vessel that made an innocent passage within its territorial waters are __. I-non-payment of port dues II-committed pollution III-non-payment of crew salary


42. As per international regulations, what are the lawful reasons where a coastal state can arrest a vessel that made an innocent passage within its waters? I-Crew not fully certificated II-Non-payment of port dues III-Committed pollution.


43. In the implementation of new requirements of international conventions, the authorized entity that will approve new installation is the _______.


44. If an unavoidable circumstance happened to a ship, who among the entities is authorized to cancel its :


45. During the discharging of logs, the worst scenario that will happen if the ship has a negative transverse metacentric height (GM ) is to ______________.


46. What will probably happen to a general cargo vessel if it will be overloaded with rolled steel products with high G M? .


47. As provided on international conventions, the rights or freedom of all states that can be exercised on the high seas are _________. I-freedom to fish II-freedom to explore III-freedom to navigate


48. Where are the locations where penal proceedings can be conducted in the event of a collision on the high seas? I-State of ships registry II-Nearest location of accident III-Citizenship of crew involve


49. What is the effective instrument in finding the density of sea water? .


50. What do you call the horizontal distance between the vertical forces acting through the center of buoyancy and center of gravity of the vessel? .


51. As a precaution against oil spills when topping off fuel tanks, you should _____.


52. The weight of cargo loaded to a ship that tends to sink it deeper at exactly 10 mm is called ? .


53. After the construction of a ship, the total volume of all enclosures inside the cargo holds measured is called _______.


54. A theory proves that weight of a floating vessel is equal to the weight of the displaced water is __________.


55. It is called as the weight of the ship:


56. The total weights of the hull, machineries, spare parts, fresh and ballast water including the full cargo that can be loaded is ___________.


57. The volume of all enclosures of the cargo holds measured in cubic feet is _______.


58. It is the upward force under the vessel which is equal to the weight of the displaced water is called _________.


59. The probable cause if weld fault called _______


60. What suitable extinguisher can paper and plastic be extinguished? .


61. A kind of heat transfers wherein the heat is transferred directly from the source going to the other object is _________.


62. The probable cause why held fault called _______


63. What is the main purpose of using active flux-during oxy-acetylene welding operation? .


64. The only authorized entity to select the kind of electrodes to be used in jointing specific parts of the vessel during ship construction is ____.


65. What piece of equipment is used to test for the oxygen content? .


66. Fire extinguishing foam puts out a fire by:


67. Which fire fighting agent has the greatest capacity for absorbing heat? .


68. Low velocity water fog s very effective in: .


69. The usual method of effectively applying foam in a fire is by: .


70. The high velocity fog nozzle used with all purpose fire fighting nozzle should always be:


71. Why is it necessary to warn engine room personnel before activating the fixed CO2 system? .


72. Which fire fighting device is forbidden in the engine room?


73. A portable foam fire extinguisher is placed in operation by __________.


74. If the fixed CO2 fire extinguisher system for the paint locker suddenly discharges while you are in that compartment, you should immediately:


75. How do you set off a portable CO2 (carbon dioxide) fire extinguisher with squeeze grip type release valve?


76. The proper treatment for shock is : .


77. An excellent stimulating beverage for a person suffering from shock is _________.


78. The best method of artificial respiration to administer is:


79. A person suffering from shock should be _______.


80. What should be your immediate action if you discovered a victim has stopped breathing after an electrical shock? .


81. In case of shock, which of the following are the fundamental factors in the treatment of a victim?


82. When giving mouth to mouth resuscitation, what are the proper number of infatuations per minute? .


83. If a person is unconscious from the electric shock, you first remove him from the electric source and then:


84. When rescuing an unconscious victim inside of a tank, you should: .


85. Prior to administering an artificial respiration to a victim who is not breathing, you should:


86. In any major personnel injury, first aid is to include the treatment of the injury and:


87. To effectively treat a person suffering from heat exhaustion, you should: .


88. Which of the listed procedures should be followed when individuals are rescued in cold climates suffer from hyperthermia? .


89. One precaution to take prior to working in a freshly painted compartment where exercise amount of:


90. Personnel who are moving or handling materials aboard ship should NOT follow which of the listed particles?


91. When working around deck machinery it is good safety practice to avoid standing in a bright because: .


92. Which of the following is not a recommended safe practice? .


93. Which of the listed conditions can be considered as the single greatest cause of accidents? .


94. If you have abandon ship, and enter a life raft, your main course of action should be to:


95. The sea painter of an inflatable life raft should be: .


96. If you hear more than six blasts, followed by one long blast on the whistle, and supplemented same signal on the general alarm, you should:


97. Fire and lifeboat stations are required to be listed on the ____________.


98. The most important characteristics of a fire extinguisher agent to be used on electrical fire is for the: .


99. A solid steam of water is produced by an all purpose fire fighting nozzle when the handle is: .


100. Why should caution be exercised when you are changing an all purpose nozzle from off to the solid with the nozzle under pressure? .


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