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COORDINATE SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATION

  1. Rescue boat must be able to be lowered at a speed of ship?

Up to 5 kn

  1. Mention the causes of oil spill in the sea that can cause marine pollution by oil tanker ship

All answer are correct

  1. In what format will an On scene Coordinator report such information as o-scene weather and operation progress other parties ? – SITREP
  2. Which of the following describes how this appointment will be made several rescue units are engaged in a search and rescue operation, one of will be designated as the OneScene Commander (OSC)?

The first rescue unit to arrive at the scene will normally assume the role of OSC, until the unit appointed as OSC by the SAR Mission Co-ordinator at the applicable RCC is in a position to take control

  1. “If someone does not report to their mustering station during a fire what should be done?” Conduct a search
  2. What measures should be taken immediately on every ship when receiving a danger

message from other ship   –   All answers are correct

  1. What would the recommended uncorrected track spacing be if the recommended distance between parallel tracks (track spacing) in a search for a casualty by a surface vessel varies (amongst other factor) according to visibility and the nature of the target in the IAMSAR Manual. These distance are then normally adjusted for prevailing weather conditions and if visibility was 5 nautical miles and you were looking for a six-person liferaft.?

3.6 nautical miles

  1. What would fulfill the minimum requirements for fire protection if the galley on your cargo vessel has an area of 2,500 square feet ? – One B-II extinguisher
  2. What type of line is passed by rescue vessel to a vessel in distress? – Throwing line
  3. Which the “Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act” applies when the required location of the radiotelephone station aboard a vessel ? On the bridge or in the wheel house
  4. Until when, records of cargo ship fire fighting system testing and inspections must be kept on board ? – Until the vessel’s Certificate of Inspection expires

 

  1. Each rescue boat shall be lowered and maneuvered into the water ? Not less than once in three months
  2. Which of the following information shall be specified by the muster list ?

The muster list has been prepared and approval by the administration before the ship proceed to the sea

  1. The meaning of transverse metacenter is?

The point to which G may rise and still permit the vessel to possess positive stability

  1. Which of the statement is TRUE, when you are on a 30,000 DWT tankship engaged in trade to another country signatory to MARPOL 73/78? The IOPP Certificate is valid for 5 years
  2. How will communication be carried out between a ship and a SAR helicopter. According most circumstances ?

On VHF ch 16.

  1. From where, ships can know hazardous messages and calls from other ships in dangerous – All answers are correct
  2. What would you indicate that it’s a submarine if a yellow signal floating in the air form a small parachute, about 300 feet above the water ? Is about to rise to periscope depth
  3. You are standing the wheelwatch when you hear the cry, “Man overboard starboard side”.

You should instinctively

Give full right rudder

  1. According the Rules of the Road. Which single-letter sound signal(s) may only be made in compliance? – All of the above
  2. What is an OSC (on-scene commander) In SAR operation at sea

Is the commander of a rescue unit designed for SAR operation in special areas

  1. What is the world-wide system operated by the US Coast Guard exclusively in support of search and rescue operation ?

The Automated Mutual-Assistance Rescue (AMVER) System

  1. The three volumes of the IAMSAR Manual are ?

I organization and Management II Mission CO-ordination III mobile Facilities

  1. The rescuer can best provide an airtight seal during mouth-to-mouth resuscitation by pinching the victim’s nostrils and ?

Applying his mouth tightly over the victim’s mouth

  1. The true statement of a gasoline spill ?

It is visible for a shorter time than a fuel oil spill

  1. Is there a difference between Rescue boat and Fast rescue boat?

The difference is only that of ro-ro passenger ships Rescue boat is called Fast rescue boat

  1. Mention the advantages it does emergency management organization in the ship  All answers are correct
  2. Mention and explain 4 (four) main parts that must be in a management organization emergency on the ship – All answers are correct
  3. What must he then do, if a master initially responds to a distress but then in special circumstances decides not to proceed?

Inform the appropriate search and rescue authorities of his decision and enter the reason in the ship’s logbook

  1. Make sure your air is going into the victim’s lungs when giving rescue breaths by Watching the victim’s chest rise and fall
  2. Call and explain types of procedure of circumstances Emergency procedures applied in the ship – All answers are correct
  3. As per chapter III SOLAS and resolution A.760 (18) the rescue crafts labels on board a cargo ship should be: – Fluorescent
  4. What does the AMVER system stands for?

Automated mutual assistance vessel rescue

  1. You are enroute to assist vessel. Vessel A is underway at 5.5 knots on course 033? T, and bearing 284? T at 43 miles from you. What is the course to steer at 16 knots to intercept vessel A ? – 303?
  2. What is not a Coast Guard regulation requires that all of the following emergencies be covered at the regular training on fishing boats ? – Emergency towing
  3. To reduce the risk of a victim vomiting during CPR, you should keep the victim’s head turned slightly to one side
  4. A “Standard Format for Search and Rescue Situation Report” (SITREPs) should be used by vessel in distress The SITREP can be compiled as a short form (urgent essential details). Which of the following information shall be included when using the “short form”?     Weather on-scene
  5. The working mechanism of emergency response on the ship are include

All answers are correct

  1. Launching device of the lifeboats and rescue boats of the dry cargo vessels must provide Safe launch, with 150 people and trim up to 15 degrees and heel on each side up to 25 degrees
  2. At what frequency/band work search and rescue transponder? – 9 Ghz
  3. You are Senior Officer on board a merchant vessel. During the night you have been in collision with a sail boat and there are no signs of life in the water. What would you do ? Alarm the rescue centre and commence searching for any survivors
  4. Mention the internal and external resources that can be used in overcoming the event of emergency conditions that are no longer resolable – All answers correct
  5. Which of the following prevention actions offers the guarantee of an efficient intervention in an emergency – All the listed answers
  6. Which the correct statement about transmitting distress messages by radiotelephone, except ?

It is advisable to follow a distress message on 2182 KHZ by two dashes of 10 to 15 seconds duration

  1. An inert gas system installed on a tanker is designed to

Lower the oxygen levels inside cargo tanks, making explosion nearly impossible

  1. The purpose of inert gas systems aboard tank vessels is to Prevent outside air from entering the tank
  2. A patient in shock should NOT be placed in which position? Arms above their head
  3. A decision support system for emergency management shall be provided on the navigation bridge. What type of emergency situations shall as a minimum be identified in the emergency plans?

Fire, Damage to ship, Pollution, Unlawful acts threatening the safety of the ship and the security of its passenger and crew, Pesonnel accidents, Cargo-related accidents, Emergency assistance to other ship

  1. It has been shown that the controlled release of oil is effective in reducing the effects of the sea, making it possible for a rescue craft to approach survivors in the water. How many square metres does the IAMSAR Manual suggest may be calmed by releasing 200 litres of lubricating oil slowly through a rubber hose with the outlet maintained just above the surface while the ship proceeds at slow speed?

Approx 5,000 square metres

  1. Your ship is sinking rapidly. A container containing an inflatable liferaft has bobbed to the surface upon functioning of the hydrostatic release. Which action should you take?

Take no action because the painter will cause the liferaft to inflate and open the container.

  1. When giving mouth-to-mouth rescue breathing to an adult, you should breathe at the rate of how many breaths per minute? – 12
  2. How should signal flares be used after you have abandoned ship and are adrift in a liferaft?

– Use them only when you are aware of a ship or plane in the area.

  1. Emergency instructions in appropriate languages shall be posted in passenger cabins.

Which information shall as a minimum be included in the emergency instructions?

The method of donning life-jackets, escape routes and alarm signals

  1. Where several rescue units are engaged in a search and rescue operation, one of will be designated as the On-Scene Commander (OSC). Which of the following descibes how this appointment will be made?

The OSC will always be designated by the nearest Rescue Coordination Centre. No other vessel may assume the role at any time

  1. Your liferaft is to leeward of a fire on the water and riding to its sea anchor. You should FIRST – Boat the sea anchor
  2. You have been carrying a liquid with flammable limits of 1% to 7% mixture with air. If your instructions say that no one shall enter the tank if the vapor concentration is over 15% of the LEL, what is the maximum allowable percentage of vapors for men to enter? 15%
  3. The atmosphere in a tank is too lean if it is incapable of supporting combustion because the hydrocarbon content is below the LFL (Lower flammable limit)
  4. What type of search pattern is recommended in the IAMSAR Manual as most effective when the location of the search object is known within relatively close limits? Expanding Square Search
  5. What is the name of the reference manual, jointly produced by the International Maritime Organization and the International Civil Aviation Authority, which currently outlines the organization and management of search and rescue activities at sea?

The International Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue (IAMSAR) Manual.

  1. According to the IAMSAR Manual, what is the expected survival time for a person in water of 4-10 degrees Celsius, without special protective clothing? Less then 3 hour
  2. The operator of the ship’s radiotelephone, if the radiotelephone is carried voluntarily, must hold at least a

Restricted radiotelephone operator permit

  1. What is a passenger ship according to SOLAS regulations? A ship which carries more than 12 passengers
  2. Inflatable liferafts are less maneuverable than lifeboats due to their All of the above
  3. How many separate means of escape from passengers and crew spaces should it be in each zone? Two
  4. Every U.S. crude oil tankship with a keel laying date on or after 1/1/75, shall be equipped with an inert gas system if the tonnage is more than

100,000 DWT (metric tons)

  1. Who is responsible for the ship being safely manned?

The master and the shipowner are responsible for the adequate manning of the ship.

  1. In reference to accidental oil pollution, the most critical time during bunkering is when Final topping off is occurring
  2. Transverse stability calculations require the use of Hydrostatic curves
  3. In order to discharge a CO2 portable fire extinguisher, the operator Remove the locking pin
  4. The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea contain the requirements for Signals that must be sounded when being towed in restricted visibility
  5. You are alone and administering CPR to an adult victim. How many chest compressions and how many inflations should you administer in each sequence? 15 compressions then 2 inflations
  6. if an inflatable liferaft is overturned, it may be righted by

Standing on the inflating cylinder and pulling on the straps on the underside of the raft

  1. Changing rescuers while carrying out artificial respiration should be done Without losing the rhythm of respiration
  2. Where on your vessel shall the recharge for each self-contained breathing apparatus be carried?

The same location as the equipment it reactivates

  1. You have abandoned ship and are in an inflatable raft that has just inflate You hear a continuous hissing coming from a fitting in a buoyancy tube. What is the cause of this?

Excess inflation pressure is bleeding off and should soon stop.

  1. The MOST important element in administering CPR is

Starting the treatment quickly

  1. To disengage a survival craft suspended from the cable above the water, you must pull the safety pin and

Pull the hook release handle and use the ratchet bar

  1. A liferaft which has inflated bottom-up on the water

Should be righted by standing on the carbon dioxide cylinder, holding the righting straps, and leaning backwards

  1. If you must abandon a rig in VERY HEAVY SEAS, in a survival craft, when should you remove the safety pin and pull the hook release? Immediately upon launching
  2. If more than one raft is manned after the vessel has sunk, you should Tie the rafts together and try to stay in a single group
  3. You are enroute to assist vessel Vessel A is underway at 6 knots on course 133°T, and bears 042°T, 105 miles from you. What is the time to intercept if you make 10 knots? – 12h 58m
  4. The bridge wheelman has not reported for duty and there is a suspected “Man Overboard” situation on your vessel. The ship has been searched and there is one seaman missing? The vessel turns round and retraces the course back, calling for assistance from other vessels in the vicinity. What should be the focal point for any search pattern to be established?

Determine when the seaman was last sighted and concentrate the search round the course line between the last sighting and present position, taking into account any prevailing current.

  1. You have abandoned your vessel. You are in a liferaft and have cleared away from your vessel. One of your FIRST actions should be to Search for survivors
  2. What is one of the FIRST things you would do on boarding an inflatable liferaft? Pick up other survivors
  3. Immediately after abandoning a vessel, lookouts should be posted aboard liferafts to look for – Survivors in the water
  4. The rescue boat on an OSV shall carry a tow line strong enough to tow the vessel’s largest loaded liferaft at a speed of at least – 2 knots
  5. Once the daily ration of drinking water in a survival situation has been established, the drinking routine should include

One-third the daily ration three times during the day

  1. If there are a number of survivors in the water after abandoning an OSV and no rescue craft are in sight, they should

Group to form a small circle of survivors to create a warmer pocket of water in the center of the circle

  1. To keep injured survivors warm in the water after abandoning an OSV, when no rescue craft is in sight, they should

Be placed in the middle of a small circle formed by the other survivors in the water

  1. If you are forced to abandon ship in a rescue boat, you should Remain in the immediate vicinity
  2. When abandoning an OSV, following the launching of the survival craft you should Stay in the immediate area
  3. If you have to abandon ship, and enter a liferaft, your main course of action should be to – Remain in the vicinity of the sinking vessel
  4. If help has not arrived in 10-12 hours after having abandoned an OSV in a survival craft, you should – Shutdown the engines and put out the sea anchor
  5. 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? – 8 to 14 days
  6. All OSV personnel should be familiar with survival craft Boarding and operating procedures
  7. The primary concern in aiding a back injury patient is

Avoiding possible injury to the spinal cord by incorrect handling

  1. In any major injury to a person, first aid includes the treatment for the injury and For traumatic shock
  2. If, for any reason, it is necessary to abandon ship while far out at sea, it is important that the crew members should

Remain together in the area because rescuers will start searching at the vessel’s last known position

  1. You are underway when a fire breaks out in the forward part of your vessel. If possible, you should

Put the vessel’s stern into the wind

  1. You have just abandoned ship and boarded a raft. After the raft is completely inflated you hear a whistling noise coming from a safety valve. You should Not become alarmed unless it continues for a long period of time
  2. The minimum concentration of a vapor in air which can form an explosive mixture is called the – lower explosive limit (LEL)
  3. On surface type offshore drilling units, each survival craft must be capable of being launched to the water at the minimum operating draft, under unfavorable conditions of trim and with the unit listed not less than – 20º
  4. Most minor spills of oil products are caused by – Human error
  5. If an inflatable liferaft inflates upside down, you can right it by – standing on the CO2 bottle, holding the bottom straps, and throwing your weight backwards
  6. On cargo and miscellaneous vessels what is NOT a required part of the fireman’s outfit? Combustible gas indicator
  7. Which statement is TRUE concerning inert gas systems on tank vessels?

Flue gases from the ship’s boilers are used in some systems

  1. You are fighting a fire in the electrical switchboard in the engine room. You should secure the power, then –  use a portable CO2 extinguisher
  2. You hear air escaping from the liferaft just after it has inflate You should

Not panic since the safety valves allow excess pressure to escape

  1. Regardless of local requirements/regulations, when in a U.S. port, all oil spills must be reported to – National Response Center (USCG)
  2. The advantages of using an inert gas system on a tank vessel is that it provides tank atmosphere with low oxygen content
  3. The spread of fire is prevented by – removing combustibles from the endangered area
  4. If you are in urgent need of a helicopter, which signal code should you send? – BR    Which is TRUE concerning immersion suits and their use?

They provide sufficient flotation to do away with the necessity of wearing a life jacket  117. Which statement is TRUE concerning small oil spills?

They may cause serious pollution as the effect tends to be cumulative

  1. You are administering chest compressions during CPR. Where on the victim’s body should the pressure be applied? – Lower half of the
  2. The required number and type of hand portable fire extinguishers for staterooms on cargo vessels is – None required
  3. You are towing a 1000 gross ton gasoline tank barge. The barge is NOT gas free. Regulations say that the cargo tank hatches, ullage holes, and Butterworth plates on the barge may remain open without flame screens when under the supervision of a senior crew member on duty
  4. Which emergency is required to be covered at the required periodic drills on a fishing vessel? Recovering an individual from the water
  5. The deck water seal of the inert gas system prevents the backflow of hydrocarbon gasses into nonhazardous areas
  6. According to the “Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act”, your radiotelephone log must contain – A summary of all distress calls and messages
  7. Fire hose coupling – are made of bronze, brass, or soft alloy metals
  8. Each small passenger vessel that operates on the high seas, or beyond 3 miles from the coastline of the Great Lakes must have a Category 1 406 mhz EPIRB that Will float free and clear of a sinking vessel and automatically activate
  9. The explosive range of petroleum vapors mixed with air is – 1% to 10%
  10. The radiotelephone required by the “Vessel Bridge-to-Bridge Radiotelephone Act” is for the exclusive use of – All of the above
  11. Which statement relating to AMVER (Automated Mutual-assistance Vessel Rescue) is TRUE?

There is no cost to the ship or owner for messages sent within the AMVER system  129. Why are lifeboats usually double-enders?

They are more seaworthy and less likely to be swamped or broach to.

  1. Each hand portable fire extinguisher must be marked with an identification number
  2. A seaman has a small, gaping laceration of the arm that is not bleeding excessively. What can be done as an alternative to suturing to close the wound? Apply butterfly strips, then a sterile dressing
  3. Before welding in a tank that has carried petroleum products, the tank must be certified by a certified marine chemist
  4. A tourniquet should be used to control bleeding ONLY when all other means have failed
  5. An unconscious person should NOT be – Given something to drink
  6. You hear on the radiotelephone the word “Security” spoken three times. This indicates that A message about the safety of navigation will follow
  7. The VHF radiotelephone calling/safety/distress frequency is 8 mhz (channel 16)
  8. Your vessel has been damaged and is taking on water, but you do not require immediate assistance. You would preface a message advising other vessels of your situation with

Pan-Pan (3 times)

  1. In radiotelephone communications, the prefix PAN-PAN indicates that A calling station has an urgent message about the safety of a person
  2. The length of the steering oar in a lifeboat is

Longer than the rowing oars

  1. A motor lifeboat shall carry sufficient fuel to operate continuously for a period of 24 hours
  2. Which item of lifeboat equipment would be most suitable for night signaling to a ship on the horizon? – A red parachute flare
  3. Which word is an international distress signal when transmitted by radiotelephone? Mayday
  4. On every vessel, distress signals must be stowed

On or near the navigating bridge

  1. A vessel is described as a two compartment vessel when it

Will float if any two adjacent compartments are flooded

  1. You are approaching another vessel and see that she has the signal flag “F” hoiste What should you do?

Attempt to call the vessel on VHF radiotelephone because she is disable  145. Which statement is TRUE concerning distress signals in a lifeboat?

Hand held flares and orange smoke signals are require

  1. An oiler was badly burned and you are communicating with a passenger ship that has a doctor and hospital on boar You want to rendezvous in a certain position so the oiler can be evacuated for medical treatment. Which code should your message contain? MAB
  2. The abandon ship signal on the ship’s whistle is

More than 6 short blasts and 1 long blast

  1. You have an AB who has become violently ill, and you are requesting urgent medical advice. Your message should contain which code? MAA
  2. On small passenger vessels electrical equipment in spaces that contain gasoline powered machinery must be – All of the above
  3. You hear the general alarm and ship’s whistle sound for over 10 seconds. Traditionally, this is the signal for – Fire and emergency
  4. Traditionally, the signal for fire aboard ship is

Continuous sounding of the ship’s whistle and the general alarm for at least 10 seconds

  1. You receive a medical message that contains the code MSJ. This means

Place patient in hot bath

  1. While reading the muster list you see that “3 short blasts on the whistle and 3 short rings on the general alarm bells” is the signal for Dismissal from fire and emergency stations
  2. After sending a message describing the symptoms of an ill crew member, you receive a message containing the code MRL. This means Commence artificial respiration immediately
  3. You are at sea in an inflatable liferaft. In high latitudes, the greatest danger is

Hypothermia caused by cold temperature

  1. The Coast Guard determines how many passengers are permitted on a “T-Boat” by

applying the    – Any or a combination of the above criteria

  1. If you reach shore in a liferaft, the first thing to do is

Drag the raft ashore and lash it down for a shelter

  1. If a crew member that was ill has died, which code should your message contain?

MPR

  1. An inflatable liferaft equipped with a SOLAS B pack must be stowed So as to float free
  2. Whan a cargo ship is equipped whit a free fall lifeboat, she shall has ? Additional fast rescue boat
  3. How are the provisions must be observed in making the emergency certificate on the ship according to SOLAS – All answers are correct
  4. Addition of weight to a vessel will ALWAYS – reduce reserve buoyancy
  5. Which portable fire extinguisher is classified as a type B-III extinguisher?

20 pound dry chemical

  1. A negative metacentric height – should always be immediately corrected
  2. Your vessel has a displacement of 24,500 tons. It is 529 feet long and has a beam of 71 feet. You have timed your full charge rolling period to be 25.0 seconds. What is your vessel’s approximate GM? – 56 Feet
  3. The bridge is informed by an eye-witness that a man has just fallen overboard. Which of the following manoeuvres is the most appropriate action when the person is still close to the vessel? – Williamson Turn
  4. The atmosphere in a tank is too rich when it is incapable of supporting combustion because the hydrocarbon vapor content makes the atmosphere above the UFL (Upper Flammable Limit)
  5. If the vertical center of gravity (VCG) of a ship rises, the righting arm (GZ) for the various angles of inclination will – decrease
  6. The number and type of hand portable fire extinguishers required outside and in the vicinity of the paint locker exit is – one B-II
  7. What is the generally accepted method of determining whether the atmosphere within a cargo tank is explosive, too rich, or too lean to support combustion?

an explosimeter.

  1. When applying chest compressions on an adult victim during CPR, the sternum should be depressed about – 1-1/2 to 2 inches
  2. A flame screen – permits the passage of vapor but not of flame
  3. Before using a fixed CO2 system to fight an engine room fire, you must All of the above
  4. The required number and type of hand portable fire extinguishers to be carried in the vicinity of the radio room exit for a tank vessel on an international voyage is one – C-II
  5. What is used to test a tank for oxygen content? None of the above
  6. What is not usually a concern when loading a single-hulled tanker? – Initial stability
  7. Your vessel rolls slowly and sluggishly. This indicates that the vessel: poor stability
  8. The SS AMERICAN MARINER is loaded with the cargo shown. Use the white pages of The Stability Data Reference Book to determine the amount of liquid loading required in the double bottom tanks to meet a one compartment standard. – 263 tons
  9. The most serious effect of trapped air in a diesel engine jacket water cooling system is that it – accelerates erosion
  10. The galley on your cargo vessel has an area of 2,900 square feet. What will fulfill the requirements for fire protection? One B-II and one C-II extinguisher
  11. Fire hose couplings . – are made of bronze, brass, or soft alloy metals
  12. What represents the center of gravity? – G
  13. A liferaft which has inflated bottom-up on the water should be righted by standing on the carbon dioxide cylinder, holding the righting straps, and leaning backwards
  14. Outlets in gasoline fuel lines are – prohibited
  15. The required number and type of hand portable fire extinguishers required for a galley having an area of 3,500 square feet is – two B-II’s or C-II’s
  16. Normally, the percentage of oxygen in air is –  21%
  17. Before CPR is started, you should  –  establish an open airway
  18. A squeeze-grip type carbon dioxide portable fire extinguisher has been partially discharged. It should be – labeled empty and recharged as soon as possible
  19. What represents the metacentric height? GM
  20. Which extinguishing agent is most likely to allow reflash as a result of not cooling the fuel below its ignition temperature? CO2
  21. You are fighting a class “B” fire with a portable dry chemical extinguisher. The discharge should be directed – at the seat of the fire, starting at the near edge
  22. After using a C02 portable extinguisher, it should be – Recharged
  23. To prevent the spread of fire by convection you should close all openings to the area
  24. On an inspection of your tankship you notice that there are no portable fire extinguishers in the pumproom. To comply with regulations, you should arrange to have a B-II extinguisher placed in the lower pumproom
  25. Which type of portable lighting may be used to enter a compartment on a tank barge which is NOT gas-free?

An explosion-proof, self-contained, battery-fed lamp

  1. You are attempting to administer CPR to a victim. When you blow into his mouth it is apparent that no air is getting into the lungs. What should you do?

Re-tip the head and try again.

  1. To determine what navigation lights and day-shapes must be displayed on mobile offshore drilling units under tow, you should check the

International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea

  1. Refer to the illustration below. Which represents the righting arm? GZ
  2. Except in rare cases, it is impossible to extinguish a shipboard fire by removing the fuel
  3. What is the reduction in GM due to 2 of these tanks being slack? 80 foot
  4. If you desired to communicate with another station that your navigation lights were not functioning, you would send –  PD1
  5. A spark arrestor: prevents sparks from getting out of an engine’s exhaust system
  6. A B-III foam extinguisher contains – 12 gallons of foam
  7. The only portable electrical equipment permitted in a compartment which is not gas free is a lamp that is – All of the above
  8. Annex V to MARPOL 73/78 contains requirements pertaining to the discharge into the marine environment of – garbage
  9. On a vessel of 10,000 tons displacement, compute the reduction in metacentric height due to free surface in a hold having free water on the tank top. The hold is 40 feet long and 50 feet wide. The reduction in metacentric height is –  2 feet
  10. In the International Code of Signals, the code signal meaning “I require immediate

assistance” is    – CB

  1. The International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea contain the requirements for – lighting of mobile offshore drilling units being towed
  2. A B-II fire extinguisher has a minimum capacity of – 10 pounds of dry chemical  What best describes for how long a gas-free test is good?

For the instant that it is made DPKP

  1. Antiseptics are used principally to – prevent infection
  2. A vertical shift of weight to a position above the vessel’s center of gravity will decrease the righting moments
  3. Your small vessel is broken down and rolling in heavy seas. You can reduce the possibility of capsizing by – rigging a sea anchor
  4. What is classified as a B-II fire extinguisher? A 2-1/2 gallon foam
  5. Combustible gas indicators operate by drawing an air sample into the instrument over an electrically heated platinum filament.
  6. What would be considered a vessel under the International Rules of the Road? All of the above
  7. What causes inflatable lifeboats to be less maneuverable than other lifeboats ? All of the above
  8. The on-scene coordinator will report information such as on-site weather and progress of operations to other parties, in what format ? SITREP
  9. How are the provisions regarding the implementation of emergency exercises according to solas 1974 –  All ansers are correct
  10. Marine operators , when calling a ship on VHF-FM radiotelephone, normally call on channel ? 16
  11. Explain special methods in emergency procedures for collecting collision All answers are correct

A distress alert from an inmarsatEPIRB, is receiuve in the coverage area of a satellite by ground station within ?   Two minutes

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  My courses  UADN2  UAD, Senin 10 Agustus 2020  Soal UAD ANT II Prosedur Darurat dan SARStarted on Monday, 10 August 2020, 9:16 AMState FinishedCompleted on Monday, 10 August 2020, 9:29 AMTime taken 13 mins 19 secsMarks 30.00/30.00Grade 10.00 out of 10.00 (100%) 03. Prosedur keadaan darurat terbagi dalam …Select one:a. …

Soal UAD ANT II Prosedur Darurat dan SAR

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02 May 2023

  My courses  UADN2  UAD, Senin 10 Agustus 2020  Soal UAD ANT II Prosedur Darurat dan SARStarted on Monday, 10 August 2020, 9:16 AMState FinishedCompleted on Monday, 10 August 2020, 9:29 AMTime taken 13 mins 19 secsMarks 30.00/30.00Grade 10.00 out of 10.00 (100%) 03. Prosedur keadaan darurat terbagi dalam …Select one:a. …

ORGANIZE AND MANAGE THE PROVISION OF MEDICAL CARE ON BOARD

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27 Apr 2023

ORGANIZE AND MANAGE THE PROVISION OF MEDICAL CARE ON BOARD   what is the maximum recommended effective temperature for a full workload is an enclosed space taking into account the effects of exposure to heat exhaustion, heatstroke and dehydration? – 30,50C ET? A small amount of carbon dioxide will quickly result in: – Unconsciousness and …

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