Answer: permit the wearer to swim a short distance through the water and board a survival craft
Answer: Cast steel, Iron, Brass & Bronze.
Answer: At least one
Answer: Natural bends at intervals?
Answer: He wants the anchor secured thoroughly
Answer: Carry out a right or left hand search and proceed carefully, feeling the area in front with the foot and using the back of the free hand to check the area around.
Answer: the water level
Answer: Mutual agreement between participating vessels
Answer: 37 m2
Answer: Drain the water into the sloptank
Answer: The chemicals make it difficult to remove the oil from the water
Answer: I can find out from sea trials or test on my own
Answer: One self-contained air breathing apparatus (Not using stored oxygen), protective clothing, boots, gloves and tight-fitting goggles, fire and chemical resistance lifeline and explosion-proof lamp.
Answer: He is supposed to paint the evaporator and use a brush to apply the paint
Answer: Oil Detection Monitoring Equipment.
Answer: Figure 3
Answer: always simplex
Answer: Stop operation?
Answer: Every 5th year?
Answer: 100% of the complement if it can be readily launched on either side of the ship. If it cannot be readily launched on either side, 100% must be provided on each side
Answer: All bolts to be in position and tightened?
Answer: The person in charge must report the spill to the US Coast Guard
Answer: the transmitting antenna has broken down
Answer: Stiffening of the thin metal sheet.
Answer: He is to help the other crew members and fetch more Vaseline from the storage room if they run short
Answer: an urgent call
Answer: Clogged exhaust gas system.
Answer: Once every month
Answer: Stop bunkering
Answer: Make it possible to drain to shore the remaining cargo in the ship’s lines and pumps, after the discharging is completed
Answer: Switch over to the other pump and inform the CE of the noise immediately.
Answer: one waterproof electric torch suitable for Morse signalling
Answer: The ship’s safety plan.
Answer: The respiratory organs.
Answer: Start engine
Answer: Self contained breathing apparatus in addition to normal safety equipment.
Answer: SARSAT-COSPAS EPIRBS
Answer: received messages which aren’t intended for own ship are not used
Answer: 1 minute
Answer: Place sterile dressing over the burn and secure with a bandage.
Answer: 1 – 2 years.
Answer: Departure and arrival ballast tanks plus 25% of remaining cargo tanks for sludge control.
Answer: Two prolonged blasts followed by one short blast
Answer: The sea-trial tests may tell me, or else I can do a test myself to find out
Answer: All the answers are good
Answer: All pipelines or components which may be isolated in a liquid-full condition should be provided with relief valve
Answer: Liquefied gases is mostly a mixture of hydro carbons
Answer: In such locations that no point in the engine room is more than 10 m walking distance from an extinguisher
Answer: have a sufficient length of non-combustible line behind the rocket
Answer: instruction in the use of radio life-saving appliances
Answer: Pressure/vacuum valve.
Answer: watertight receptacles containing 3l of fresh water for each person (may be partially replaced by a desalting apparatus)
Answer: 7,5 kN
Answer: Pump will overheat
Answer: Position A
Answer: All the mentioned alternatives.
Answer: Two vessels engaged in pair trawling
Answer: Insert a blank flange on the line between the slop tanks and the rest of the cargo compartments?
Answer: Norwegian laws unless explicitly otherwise provided in or pursuant to a statute
Answer: until it is manually turned off or is temporary interrupted by a message on the public address system
Answer: MGN’s; MSN’s and Statutory Instruments
Answer: either a manual system or a power starting system with two independent rechargeable energy sources
Answer: Near the entrance to that space
Answer: Absolute pressure is atmospheric pressure added with manometer pressure, to be used in technical tables
Answer: The shore-side of the cargo manifold valves, port and starboard side
Answer: Plugging the scuppers
Answer: Radar transponder
Answer: Making the complete crane move port and starboard.
Answer: Packages of 500 g each
Answer: Raise the feed water temperature.
Answer: By reducing your speed until vessel “D” is cleared
Answer: The deck for the lifeboats.
Answer: the adjustment of the cam/camshaft of the engine.
Answer: Air filter to turbocharger fouled or damaged.
Answer: the build-in test facilities in the modem
Answer: Start engine
Answer: He would inform master that ship was unseaworthy, and that the emergency fire pump must be rectified before the ship can sail or the Safety Equipment certificate can be endorsed
Answer: lifebuoy with line
Answer: Regulations of the light on the PPI.
Answer: All of these mentioned must be provided
Answer: For cooling and to maintain correct viscosity on the fuel when injected.
Answer: In the main section VI, letter F.
Answer: be able to identify oneself
Answer: operation of davits used for launching liferafts
Answer: Warm nutritious drinks.
Answer: He wants all the lashings tightened and two extra chains fastened to each container
Answer: 125 pct?
Answer: 5 °
Answer: release the liferaft at a depth of not more than 4 metros
Answer: To check out if the rules of ISGOTT Chapter 10 is followed.
Answer: He is worried that oil will run through the outlets and into the sea
Answer: Injection valve opening pressure is too high.
Answer: Notify Chief Engineer, find cause of leakage, remedy the leakage and then immediately start to clean the bilges
Answer: 10% of the number of persons the liferaft is designed to carry, or two, whichever is the greatest
Answer: must be replaced when the seal is broken
Answer: At least every three months
Answer: Keep the floors and decks free from fat and grease.
Answer: Call immediately the person in charge.
Answer: 3 years.
Answer: Pump the oil to the incinerator tank.
Answer: The Master
Answer: To avoid backflow of gas to the engine?
Answer: Standard Marine Navigational Vocabulary.
Answer: Inner diameter of impeller is bigger due to cavitations, or outer diameter reduced by erosion.
Answer: Cold drinks and salt.
Answer: Figure C
Answer: Use a rope ladder close to the raft to climb down and board
Answer: IMO Grain Rules?
Answer: Figure 4
Answer: 1 N/mm2
Answer: He shall have all the knowledge as listed in the other alternatives
Answer: a whistle and a light
Answer: Survival craft portable radio
Answer: highest possible frequency that will be reflected by the ionosphere
Answer: Every time the machine has been used.
Answer: Construction of all internal bulkheads of class “A” divisions
Answer: 16 or 22 MHz-band
Answer: The methods of retrieval
Answer: Gas concentration measuring and examination in connection with cleaning and gas freeing shall be carried out by the safety delegate.
Answer: to jump from a height of 4.5m into the water without being injured or damaging the suit
Answer: 98 %
Answer: above water escape for its occupants after automatically positioned in damaged condition
Answer: That no solid beam of fuel shall be present
Answer: A heavily leaking starting air valve can cause an explosion in the starting air pipe system.
Answer: Body temperature below 35C / Heat the body
Answer: At three levels for at least two places in the tank.
Answer: Line throwing appliance
Answer: 15 kg/cm?
Answer: Inform RDR by mail of the sale of the mariphone
Answer: it stops the spreading of smoke and flames during one hour
Answer: Engage the turning gear on the engine.
Answer: be prepared and approved by the Administration before the ship proceeds to sea
Answer: Absorption drier gives the lowest dew point down to -60oC
Answer: Clearing escape routes
Answer: Vitamin E
Answer: Draught is given by D on the figure
Answer: the radiotelephony distress fequency in the band in which the DSC distress alert was received
Answer: all the answers are good
Answer: Embarkation ladder
Answer: To assist in dealing with crew, cargo or ship regards whilst in a foreign port
Answer: Because serious structural damage and overflow can be caused by the creation of pressure in the tanks during this operations.
Answer: That there is great concern and interest regarding the safety at sea
Answer: List of Call Signs and Numerical Identities
Answer: Wait for a resuscitator to be brought from the ship’s first aid locker and use it?
Answer: Alkalinity of the lubricating oil.
Answer: 10 ampere during 20 hours
Answer: 3 White star rockets
Answer: has inherent buoyancy of at least 70N
Answer: The Maritime Act
Answer: 24 houres
Answer: Lube oil cooler.
Answer: Increase in condenser pressure.
Answer: All ships.
Answer: All of the mentioned alternatives.
Answer: reporting to stations and preparing for the duties described in the muster list
Answer: Extinguishing attempt is started immediately
Answer: Heat exchangers that are utilised for cargo handling must be designed and tested to tolerate the products the carrier is registered to transport
Answer: The ship’s fire plan.
Answer: Normal jacket water temperature after the cooler is approx. 80 C
Answer: One in which the atmosphere may have a deficiency of oxygen or may have a toxic gas
Answer: If the seaman brings a case of unfair dismissal against the Master/Company, it serves to ensure that all details have been recorded and is admissible as evidence
Answer: General emergency alarm to be tested daily
Answer: Within coverage of the INMARSAT system.
Answer: The use of helicopter rescue gear
Answer: 30 metres
Answer: indicate on what frequency communication will be continued
Answer: Secondary means of escape
Answer: Prevent air accumulation in the cooling water system
Answer: Throttling of delivery valve
Answer: Your assistance is no longer required
Answer: Helmet, safety shoes, gloves and protecting cloths.