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Installation: STAFF Management Ltd MDB CES version: CES 5.0.4687


Name: Davit Dumbadze Test date: 01.03.2013
User ID: SM00163 Test type: STCW
Date of birth: 09.09.1992 Department: Deck
Nationality: Russian Federation Level: Support
Academy: Vessel type: Oil Tanker
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Question asked (511):


On the diagram, which arrowed line is indicating the "Breadth" of the vessel?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
The breadth is indicated by letter B, in the figure

Question asked (512):


On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term "AFT" shown. Which one is
the correct one?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Aft is defined as A on the figure

Question asked (514):


On the figure there are four (4) possible directions shown by the arrowed lines. Which
one would correctly shows the direction understood by the term "AFTER SPRING"?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
After spring is defined as A on the figure

Question asked (516):


On the figure there are four (4) possible definitions of the term "BOLLARD" given. Which
one is the correct one?
Selected answer:
Bollard is given by C on the figure
Correct answer:
Bollard is given by D on the figure

Question asked (540):


In the diagram, the depth of water under the keel is indicated by the letter "C". Which
bridge instrument would indicate this depth?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Echo Sounder

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Question asked (1025):


What is the industry standard requirement for connecting a flanged cargo hose on an oil
tanker?
Selected answer:
Enough bolts to prevent any leakage.
Correct answer:
A bolt in every hole.

Question asked (1168):


Which of the following is a requirement on an oil tanker before personnel enter any
enclosed area which contains inert gas generating equipment?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
The atmosphere should be gas free and contain 20.9% oxygen.

Question asked (1643):


What class of fire involves gas?
Selected answer:
Class A fire
Correct answer:
Class C fire

Question asked (1983):


Where is the acceptable location to smoke while on duty, or working in a cargo deck
stowed with containers?
Selected answer:
Smoke close to an entrance to the cargo deck?
Correct answer:
The designated smoking area inside the accommodation or on deck?

Question asked (2763):


Which of the following best describes the atmosphere in the space above an oil cargo in a
tank that has been filled with Inert Gas?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
The atmosphere within the tank contains insufficient oxygen to support the combustion of
hydrocarbons.

Question asked (2911):


When an oil tanker is fitted with two slop tanks, how are they commonly referred to?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Primary slop tank and secondary slop tank.

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Question asked (2967):


When you are on watch during a stay in port, what should you always ensure is ready at
the head of the gangway?
Selected answer:
Notice board stating the sailing time of the ship
Correct answer:
Life buoy with line.

Question asked (3296):


What is the necessary protection when you are rust chipping with air tools?
Selected answer:
Gloggles and ear protectors
Correct answer:
Protective clothing, safety shoes, gloves, goggles, earmuffs.

Question asked (3303):


What is the first thing you are doing when having a lifeboat drill?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Put on the life jacket

Question asked (3342):


What is the main fire fighting medium used for the cargo area of an oil tanker?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Foam.

Question asked (3343):


What kind of fixed extinguishing plant is commonly installed in an oil tanker's pump room?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
CO2.

Question asked (3346):


When handling slops on an oil tanker, what is meant by "settling"?
Selected answer:
Allowing the mixture to rest once it has been pumped into the slop tank, so that any static
charge disperses.
Correct answer:
Allowing the oil and water to separate out.

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Question asked (3486):


Why is an Inert Gas system used during a Crude Oil Washing operation?
Selected answer:
By introducing Inert Gas bubbles into the oil, the build up of sediment is kept at a
minimum.
Correct answer:
To ensure a safe atmosphere in the cargo tank throughout the operation.

Question asked (3488):


What is commonly recognised as the main hazard associated with unprotected entry into
an enclosed space within the cargo area on an oil tanker?
Selected answer:
Due to their large size, there may be a lack of adequate illumination for safe movement
within the space.
Correct answer:
The atmosphere within the space may potentially contain too little oxygen or it may
contain toxic vapours.

Question asked (3600):


Where is the "FORECASTLE", in the figure?
Selected answer:
The Forecastle is indicated by C, in the figure
Correct answer:
The Forecastle is indicated by B, in the figure

Question asked (3652):


What is meant by the term "Single up" when a vessel is preparing to leave the jetty to
which it was moored?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Single up is the term used to describe the process of letting go most of the moorings lines
and just leaving sufficient lines to stay safely alongside.

Question asked (3672):


What is understood by the term, "The Lee Side"?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Lee Side is the side that faces away from the wind

Question asked (3695):


What is a contingency plan for ships?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Plan for safety preparedness

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Question asked (3783):


Which one of the listed fire-extinguishing medium is to be preferred to fight a fire in an
electric installation (for example the main switchboard)?
Selected answer:
Water fog.
Correct answer:
Powder.

Question asked (3936):


What is the main responsibility of a bridge lookout at night?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Inform the bridge of any new lights when they appear over the horizon or any other items
observed which may affect the ship

Question asked (3953):


How should you, as helmsman, give feedback to the OOW (officer on watch) that his
orders are understood?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
By repeating the order

Question asked (10050):


The aim of fire detection is:
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
All the answers are correct

Question asked (10134):


Which one of the following is a limitation on the use of chemical powders?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
All the below mentioned alternatives

Question asked (10271):


Which of the following is a combustion reaction?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
All the answers are good

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Question asked (10275):


In a liquid fire the surface of which is about 100m;,
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Flames are usually higher than the diameter of the fire

Question asked (10285):


*Which of the following measures should be applied when hot work is to be undertaken in
a harbour.
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
To have a hot-work permit

Question asked (10298):


What are the components of the personal equipment of the fireman's outfit
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
All the items mentioned

Question asked (20196):


If conditions permit, which is the best way to board a liferaft which is floating close to the
ship?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Use a rope ladder close to the raft to climb down and board

Question asked (20241):


A person wearing a thermal protective aid shall be able:
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
to wear a lifejacket inside

Question asked (20335):


How many rocket parachute flares are carried in each liferaft with SOLAS B pack?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
2

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Question asked (20434):


How much liferaft capacity should be provided on a conventional cargo ship of more than
85 meters in length ?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct 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

Question asked (20443):


the minimum number of lifebuoys required on a cargo ship depends on:
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
the length of the ship

Question asked (31339):


What precautions must be taken before entering an enclosed space?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Space thoroughly ventilated, Oxygen and gas readings taken, communication set up,
permit to work completed, Crewmember standing by, with rescue gear.

Question asked (31437):


Which one of the following types of rope is the most dangerous to work with?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Nylon.

Question asked (31438):


What special safety measures are required by a seaman when working aloft on a stage?
Selected answer:
Helmet, safety shoes and gloves.
Correct answer:
Safety harness with a rope secured to a safe point above.

Question asked (31442):


Under what circumstances should gangway nets be rigged under the gangway?
Selected answer:
Whenever the ship is moving slightly back and forth along the quay due to wind and
current.
Correct answer:
Whenever the gangway is rigged between ship and shore.

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Question asked (31452):


What is the minimum distance between the helmet and the head of the wearer supposed
to be?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
3 cm

Question asked (32128):


Which type of equipment can be used to detect explosives?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Particulate detector

Question asked (33669):


If your ship is in the tropics and you are going to be working out on deck during the day,
what is the recommended daily intake of water for you to avoid the effects of
dehydration?
Selected answer:
10 litres.
Correct answer:
4.5 litres.

Question asked (33672):


What general background colour is used on warning signs that indicate emergency or first
-aid features, or indicate a safe condition?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Green.

Question asked (33725):


Where is the "PORT QUARTER", in the figure?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
The Port quarter is D, in the figure

Question asked (33730):


Where is "AFT", in the figure?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Aft is A, in the figure

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Question asked (33731):


What is "DRAUGHT", in the figure?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Draught is D, in the figure

Question asked (33760):


What do you understand by: Bitter end?
Selected answer:
Bitter end means: a foul taste at the end of a meal
Correct answer:
Bitter end means: the end link of an anchor cable that is secured within the chain locker

Question asked (33874):


The bones in the human body are connected to each other by:
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Different type of joints

Question asked (33879):


You must not attempt to move a casualty carelessly, if you suspect patient with:
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Fractured spine

Question asked (33885):


Which statement about the garbage record book is true?
Selected answer:
Each entry is to be signed by the Master
Correct answer:
It is used to record all operational and accidental garbage discharges

Question asked (33891):


When is it good practice to check the pressure-vacuum valves?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Prior to cargo transfer

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Question asked (33985):


Commonly used on an oil tanker, what does an "Explosimeter" measure?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
The composition of hydrocarbon gas / air mixtures in a tank atmosphere.

Question asked (33986):


Commonly used on an oil tanker, what is another name for a "Combustible Gas
Indicator"?
Selected answer:
Inflammeter.
Correct answer:
Explosimeter.

Question asked (33991):


When talking about cargo operations on an oil tanker, what is "topping off"?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Completing the loading of a tank to the required ullage.

Question asked (34290):


On oil tankers, what is generally used to control the safety of the atmosphere in the cargo
tanks?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
Inert Gas.

Question asked (34291):


What must be completed before the commencement of any transfer operation on an oil
tanker?
Selected answer:
The log book entries for Immigration and Customs Clearance.
Correct answer:
The Safety Checklist or Declaration of Inspection.

Question asked (34513):


How might a leak from a cargo tank on an oil tanker be readily detected during the
voyage?
Selected answer:
Don't know
Correct answer:
By regularly monitoring void and ballast spaces, such as by testing them for hydrocarbon
content and sounding them.

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