Primary Engine Officer Quiz

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  • 1. 
    Which of the following should be verified by the relieving officer before assuming the deckwatch
    • A. 

      Securing of mooring and anchor chain is adequate

    • B. 

      Procedures on notifying appropriate authority regarding pollution

    • C. 

      The master's standing order

    • D. 

      All of the above

  • 2. 
    What deck's needs should be given immediate care by the engine watch keeper during loading and unloading
    • A. 

      Ship's stability control system

    • B. 

      Instrumentation system

    • C. 

      Monitoring system

    • D. 

      Alarm system

  • 3. 
    Who shall conclude the task if there is an important operation being performed during the turn over of watch
    • A. 

      3rd Officer

    • B. 

      3rd Engineer

    • C. 

      Relieving officer

    • D. 

      Officer to be relieve

  • 4. 
    In what following cases does lines of communication must be available between the ship and shore personnel while the vessel is in port
    • A. 

      Collision / grounding

    • B. 

      Emergency / assistance

    • C. 

      Visitor's arrival

    • D. 

      Bad weather

  • 5. 
    At what propulsive power does an engineering watch is optional or under the discretion of the maste
    • A. 

      Less than 300 kw

    • B. 

      Less than 3000 kw

    • C. 

      Less than 3000 watts

    • D. 

      Over 3000 kw

  • 6. 
    The relieving engineering officer shall satisfy himself of the following except one
    • A. 

      The frequency of sounds made in the engine room

    • B. 

      Potential sources of power

    • C. 

      Availability of lubricants and all water supplies

    • D. 

      Any port regulation pertaining to ship effluent

  • 7. 
    As officer in charge of deck watch, what is the purpose of checking the level of water in bilges and ballast tanks
    • A. 

      For any contamination

    • B. 

      For any leakages

    • C. 

      For loading

    • D. 

      For unloading

  • 8. 
    Why does the OIC of the deck watch should pay particular attention to the draught or under keel clearance of the vessel while cargo loading and unloading
    • A. 

      To avoid danger of reprimand from the master

    • B. 

      To determined the time when the mooring ropes should be adjusted

    • C. 

      To avoid danger of listing or trim

    • D. 

      All of the above

  • 9. 
    What is the primary responsibility of the radio operator during distress
    • A. 

      Receive calls

    • B. 

      Maintain radio records

    • C. 

      Inform master

    • D. 

      Response to distress call

  • 10. 
    How often does the engine OIC shall make his rounds of inspection to know if there is malfunction or failure in the machineries
    • A. 

      At periodic interval

    • B. 

      Every two hours

    • C. 

      Before and after watch

    • D. 

      Frequently

  • 11. 
    Whose responsibility to check of the level of bilges and ballast tanks
    • A. 

      Engine department

    • B. 

      Deck department

    • C. 

      Deck and engine department

    • D. 

      3rd officer

  • 12. 
    Radio watch shall be maintained in accordance with the two relevant implementing regulations
    • A. 

      Radio laws and admiralty radio signals

    • B. 

      SOLAS convention and IMO

    • C. 

      Radio regulations and SOLAS convention

    • D. 

      Radio regulations and STCW 95

  • 13. 
    Who must pay particular attention to techniques, methods and procedure necessary to prevent violation of pollution regulation
    • A. 

      Engineering watch

    • B. 

      Deck watch

    • C. 

      Company

    • D. 

      Both engine and deck watch

  • 14. 
    What will be your initial action f you happened to find any emergency on board vessel
    • A. 

      Call the master

    • B. 

      Inform the safety officer

    • C. 

      Inform the bridge

    • D. 

      Raise the alarm

  • 15. 
    How often should the position of the ship be appropriately radio logged
    • A. 

      Twice a day

    • B. 

      Every 12 hours

    • C. 

      Once a day

    • D. 

      Every watch

  • 16. 
    Which of the following vessels should there be a qualified officers available doing watch keeping
    • A. 

      Ships carrying hazardous cargo bulk

    • B. 

      Ships carrying hazardous cargo other than in bulk

    • C. 

      Ships of whose security is threatened

    • D. 

      All of the above

  • 17. 
    Information to be recorded in the radio logbook
    • A. 

      Hourly ship's position

    • B. 

      Incidents relating to port operation

    • C. 

      Summary of safety, urgency and distress messages

    • D. 

      All of the above

  • 18. 
    Where does the radio be kept and made available for inspection if so demand
    • A. 

      Radio room communication system

    • B. 

      At the bridge's communication control room

    • C. 

      At the distress communication operating position

    • D. 

      At the master's communication folder data recording

  • 19. 
    What are the basis of decission making as to the composition and duration of the deck watch inport
    • A. 

      Personnel on board, mooring condition, character of duties

    • B. 

      Mooring condition, type of ship, character of duties

    • C. 

      Mooring condition, personnel on board, port condition

    • D. 

      Port requirements, type of ship, type of cargo

  • 20. 
    For whom should radio records be kept and made available
    • A. 

      Person authorized by the master

    • B. 

      Authorized officer under the SOLAS convention

    • C. 

      Head of radio laws and regulations

    • D. 

      Ship's agent

  • 21. 
    On the listed responsibilities, which one has the least importance to consider by a relieving engine officer before he takes over the watch
    • A. 

      Any port regulation pertaining to ship effluent

    • B. 

      The frequency of sounds made in the fuel tank

    • C. 

      Potential sources of power

    • D. 

      Availability of lubricants and all water supplies

  • 22. 
    Who among the following must pay particular attention to all persons on board and their location especially in remote or enclosed spaces
    • A. 

      Engineering watch

    • B. 

      Deck watch officer

    • C. 

      Chief mate

    • D. 

      Both a and b

  • 23. 
    Who among the following, when deciding the arrangement for radio watch, ensures that the radio watch is maintained in accordance with the provision of radio regulation and SOLAS convention
    • A. 

      Chief mate

    • B. 

      Master

    • C. 

      OOW

    • D. 

      The administration

  • 24. 
    Which of the following is not the information to be given to the relieving officer by the officer in charge of the deck watch
    • A. 

      Depth of water at the berth

    • B. 

      The master's standing and special orders

    • C. 

      State of fire fighting equipments

    • D. 

      State of the radio equipments

  • 25. 
    The following are affected by radio watch keeping, which one is not
    • A. 

      Ship's agent

    • B. 

      Companies

    • C. 

      Masters

    • D. 

      Radio watch keeping officer

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