Question Answer F3 Revalidation of certificates falls under _______ of the STCW ¶95. Reg.

1/11 Every master, officer holding a certificate issued under any chapter of the STCW Convention other than Chapter VI, who is serving at sea or intends to return to sea after a period ashore , shall in order to qualify for seagoing service shall be required at intervals not exceeding 5 years to: I. meet the standards of medical fitness particularly eyesight and hearing II. establish continued professional competence III. have taken all necessary training prescribed by the Administration I & II Under the STCW Convention for the revalidation of certificates, continued professional competence is established by: I. approved seagoing service, performing functions appropriate to the certificate held for a period of at least one year during the preceding five years II. having performed functions considered to be equivalent to the seagoing experience III. passing an approved test I, II, III An Operations Manager of a manning agency has been updating himself with approved courses required under Reg. 1/11 during 5 years, passed an approved test given by PRC. Is he entitled for revalidation of his certificate? I. yes, because he met the requirements of Reg. 1/11. II. No, because he has no approved seagoing experience for at least one year during the preceding 5 years: I only When was the comprised amendment 2 (2001) of the STCW as amended adopted by the maritime safety committee? December 1998 When did the comprised Amendments 2 (2001) of the STCW code entered into force? 01January2003 As per STCW Code Certificate of Training in PSCRB is mandatory to what seafarers level? all levels Which one among the list does NOT belong to the ship onboard organization as per STCW? Engineering level Under the STCW as amended, Training for personnel on RO-RO passenger ships as per STCW (V/2) was implemented on ______________. 01 February 1997 Recognition of Certificates issued by other parties is under what Regulation of the STCW as amended? Reg I/10 Is SSBT mandatory under the STCW Convention? I. yes, because the Administration has enacted laws to make it mandatory II. No. because only ARPA and ROP are required under the Convention I only The following are among others to be entered in the Oil Record Book for every tanker to be crude oil washed EXCEPT: quantity of crude oil being washed Which is NOT appropriate in the following entries in the Oil Record Book with the discharge of dirty ballast? effluent discharge is less than 15 ppm Which of the following is/are appropriate entry/entries during accidental discharge of oil in the Oil Record Book? all of these

Contamination of the surface of the sea with oil residue behind discharging ship depends initially on the following EXCEPT: viscosity of oil IOPP certificate must be carried by tankers of at least _______. 150 GRT IOPP certificate must be carried by ships other than tanker of at least ______. 400 GRT The instantaneous rate of discharge of oil content of any effluent shall not exceed _____ liters per mile. 60 Before any ship can discharge any waste from its bilges containing more than 15 ppm of oily residue, it must comply with the following EXCEPT: must be at least 50 n.m. from the nearest coast Before a vessel can pump oily water within a Special Area, it has to comply with the following conditions EXCEPT: it must be more than 12 miles from the nearest coast The following operation will be entered in the Oil Record Book for each and everytime any vessel undertakes them EXCEPT: bunkering, time of operation and quantity The following can be found as entries in the Oil Record Book for the loading of oil cargo EXCEPT: quantity and viscosity of oil loaded The following can be found as entries in the Oil Record Book for unloading of oil cargo EXCEPT: quantity and viscosity of oil unloaded Annex 1 of Marpol 73/78 Regulation came into force on ______. Oct. 2, 1983 Marpol 73/78 Annex III entered into force on ______. July 1, 1992 Marpol 73/78 Annex IV entered into force on ______. Sept. 27, 2003 Marpol 73/78 Annex V entered into force on ______. Dec. 31, 1988 Annex VI of Marpol 73/78 concerns _______. Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships Which of the following is a hazard associated with the water washing of the cargo tanks and slop tanks containing residues of certain substances which may produce dangerous reaction ? reactivity Which factor is to be considered in mixing residue /water mixtures containing different substances? compatibility Substances which are bio accumulated and liable to produce a hazard to aquatic life or human health falls under ______. Category A Substances which are practically non-toxic to aquatic life falls under _____. Category D What should be the speed of a self-propelled ship move through the water to be considered enroute? 7 knots

What should be the speed of a non-self propelled ship move through the water to be considered enroute? 4 knots A vessel can discharge tank washings from noxious liquid substances having complied with the requirement of at least 12 miles from the nearest land at a depth of: 25 meters Any violation of the Marpol 73/78 Convention within the jurisdiction of any Party to the Convention is punishable under the _______. I. law of the Party II. Law of the Flagstate I & II The pipeline from the suction point in a cargo tank to the shore connection used for loading the cargo and includes all ship piping, pump and filters is called ______. associated piping What kind of system is AIS? transponder system What was the date of implementation of AIS? July 1, 2002 Seen from an operational point of view, how will you describe the AIS? AIS is an automatic system The AIS information transmitted by a ship can be divided into how many types? 2 Can AIS with MKD operate as a stand-alone system? Yes In case of AIS overload, what can you expect? targets far away drop out How much can the AIS broadcast mode be overloaded without any significant operational effect? 400 ± 500% The dynamic information update rate of AIS depends on ______. ship¶s speed The status information of AIS is updated every ______. 6 minutes The Pilot plug of AIS is installed ______. on the Pilot¶s conning position When should the AIS transponder normally be activated? always The AIS transmitted information is divided in how many groups? dynamic data, static data, & voyage-related data How is voyage information updated in AIS? manually The AIS transponder is designed to transmit information ______. automatically How is the AIS technical status checked? automatically The Tonnage Certificate indicates _______. measurement tons In the Zone Chart, green is labeled on the _______ Tropical Zone

The load line mark indicates _______. maximum draft allowable The IMO International Convention on Loadlines was enacted in ______. 1966 A vessel remains seaworthy and assigned minimum freeboard when loaded to provide: reserve buoyancy The maximum permissible mean draft to which subdivision loadlines have been assigned to passenger ships in accordance with Solas ¶74 is called _______. bulkhead draft When a container dropped by a SAR aircraft to survivors is colored yellow, the contents are ______. blankets and protective clothing During inspection the PSCO should further assess whether the ship and/or crew is able to do the following EXCEPT: perform its daily duties and responsibilities Which of the following is NOT correct? All of these The PSCO determines the safe manning of a ship, EXCEPT: the capability to operate equipments in emergency Self-activating smoke signals shall emit smoke of a highly visible colour at a uniform rate for a period of at least _____ when floating in calm water. 15 minutes Self-activating smoke signals shall continue to emit smoke when fully submerged in water for a period of ______. 10 seconds Lifebuoys shall withstand a drop into the water from the height at which it is stowed above the waterline in the lightest seagoing condition or a height of ______. 30 meters Buoyant lifelines shall have a diameter of not less than _____. 8 mm Each lifejacket light shall have a luminous intensity of not less than 0.75 cd in all directions for a period of at least ______. 8 hours Rocket parachute flares shall have a burning period of not less than ______. 40 seconds The burning period of handflares must not be less than ______. 1 minute Handflares after having been immersed under 100 mm of water continue to burn for a period of ______ 10 seconds The Solas Protocol 1978 entered into force on ______. May 1, 1981 The Solas Protocol 1988 entered into force on ______. Feb. 3, 2000 As per Solas, fire pumps shall have a capacity to deliver at least ______. 25 cu.mtr/hr Static information of AIS includes the following EXCEPT: type of cargo whether hazardous or not

Which of the following does NOT meet the purpose of SOPEP? it must be in the English language for everybody to understand When a SAR aircraft drops items in a blue container to survivors, the contents are: food and water Which need NOT be recorded in the Oil Record Book of a tanker? the method used to determine the oil content of discharge not exceeding 100 ppm As per Reg. 26 of Annex I of Marpol 73/78, SOPEP shall be carried to every ship other than oil tanker of _____ or more. 400 GRT State acting through the competent international organization shall establish international rules and standards for the purpose of the following EXCEPT: elimination of pollution of the marine environment Tonnage Convention 1969 entered into force on ______. July 18, 1982 Colregs Convention 1972 entered into force on ______. July 15, 1977 Inmarsat C convention 1976 entered into force on ______. July 16, 1979 Salvage Convention 1989 entered into force on _____. July 14, 1996 Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships is contained in ______ of Marpol 73/78. Annex VI The Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships is adopted in ______. Sept. 1995 An IOPP shall be issued after survey in accordance with Reg. 4 of Annex I of Marpol 73/78 to any cargo ship of _____ or more. 400 GRT As per Reg. 26 of Annex I of Marpol 73/78, SOPEP shall be carried to every oil tanker of _____ or more. 150 GRT To reduce the oxygen content of the atmosphere in cargo tanks during and after the discharge of cargo oil in order to eliminate risk of explosion, a system is introduced called: inert gas system Category C under Reg. 3, Annex II of Marpol 73/78 refers to noxious substances if and when discharged into the sea from vessels, would present a minor environmental hazard and therefore requires: special operational measure Under the U.N. Convention on Conditions for Registration of Ships, the following information shall be entered in its regiastration, EXCEPT: the name, nationality and address of the owner The term ³jurisdiction in the Convention´ should be construed in the light of ______ in force at the time the Convention is applied or interpreted. international law In order to obtain the winter freeboard, 1/48th of the summer draft is added to the: summer freeboard

Which ILO Convention recommendation specified the manner in which articles of agreement are to be signed and terminated: Seaman¶s Articles of Agreement Convention Which of the following statements is correct concerning the function of ILO? I. workers and employer¶s representative have an equal voice with those on Governments in formulating policies II. through ratification by member of States, Conventions and Recommendations set by Labor Standards III. through ratification by member of States, Conventions are intended to create binding obligations to put their provisions into effect II & III The minimum sopep requirements for oil dispersant to be carried out for oil spill is: 200 liters The minimum sopep requirements for oil dispersant to be carried out during bunkering is: 13 liters The minimum sopep requirements for sawdustto be carried out for oil spill is: 100 kgs The minimum sopep requirements for waste rags to be carried for oil spill is: 100 kgs The minimum sopep requirements for absorbent to be carried for oil spill is: 100 kgs PSCO inspects all ships to carry the following certificates and documents EXCEPT: International Pollution Prevention Certificates The following is to be undertaken when a passenger ship is being surveyed for the issuance of Passenger Ship Safety Equipment Certificate EXCEPT: inspection of steering gear Passengers ships are surveyed periodically for the following, EXCEPT: cabins Electrical installation and equipment including emergency electrical power are under: Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate Passenger ships shall be surveyed periodically every _______. 12 months Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate shall be issued for a period not exceeding: 2 years A Cargo Ship Safety Radiotelephony Certificate is valid for: 12 months Two years is the validity issued for _____. Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate Which of the following is conducted during annual survey with respect to a Ship Safety onstruction Certificate? all of these The following are conducted during annual survey with respect to a Ship Construction Certificate EXCEPT: steering gear In order to ensure that the ship is in all respect satisfactory for service, additional inspections are institutes. Which of the following is carried out? unscheduled inspections A Cargo Ship Safety Radiotelephony Certificate shall be is valid for _____. 12 months

A vessel structure which gives her watertight integrity, connects hull and binds the whole structure together are ________. shell plates Intermediate survey for tankers 10 years of age and over is required under: Reg. 1/10 The contract between the underwriter and assured is called ______. Policy Which of the following is NOT covered by Hull and Machinery underwriter of the ship? removal of wreck where compulsory Which certificate covers the hull, machinery and equipment of a cargo ship and showing that the ship complies with the cargo ship construction and survey regulations applicable to the ship and voyage she is engaged on? Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate The _____ of the cargo can be changed while the vessel is en route to her destination by endorsement of the Bill of Lading. ownership An underwriter is liable for ______. loss caused by unavoidable delay due to fog Average adjuster is a kind of arbitrator whose task is to decide what is and what is not by law or contract allowable in _______. termination cases In order to be considered a general average loss is, what would be the precondition for a jettisoned cargo? loaded in good condition In relation to P and I insurance, which of the following factors will not influence the premium? the owner¶s nationality Which of the following maritime lien should be settled first? salvage lien Which of the following maritime lien should be settle first? crew salary This extends the underwriter¶s liability to cover risks of a kind which are not included within the meaning of maritime perils: negligence clause If the collision is caused by force majeure or when the question of blame is in doubt, how are losses allocated? each must bear her own loss Claims in respect of expenses reasonably incurred or sacrifices reasonably made by the owner voluntarily to prevent/minimize pollution damage shall rank _____. equally with other claims against the fund This lien against a vessel would be settled FIRST. salvage lien For a service to be rewarded, the following must be present: danger, voluntaries and success The term used when separate calculations are to be made for loading and unloading any time saved in one operation is to be set against any excess time used in the other. to average

There is a loss of ship classification if the ship is a physical total loss, through fire, explosion or scrapping. Such a loss occurs when _____. The ship sinks in deep waters and not recoverable Which of the following is FALSE Under the Convention Respecting Assistance and Salvage At Sea? A tug has the right to remuneration for assistance to or salvage of the vessel she is towing regardless if she has rendered exceptional service or not The cost of repairs exceeds the value of the vessel damaged by fire This is an example of ______. Constructive total loss A document issued by the port authority detailing the amount of dues paid or payable is: tonnage dues slip An insurance memorandum which is usually accompanied by a request for closing instructions so that the policy can be prepared is called ______. Cover Notes Which is NOT required to be entered in the Official Logbook? Commencement and termination of cargo operation On a voyage charter party, renumeration is calculated by reference to ______. Cargo involved This is a chartering expression denoting that there is no indemnity payable for gained in loading or discharging. Free dispatch To avoid expensive litigation, many C/P contains this clause. Arbitration clause This is a commission of about 2% of the freight paid to the chatterers on signing bills of lading and is called _____. Address commission Hague Rules refer to _______. Vessel¶s liability under COGSA Hague-Visby Rules came into force in: 1968 This clause provides that in ascertaining whether a vessel is constructive total loss, the insured value be taken as the repaired value and that nothing in respect of the break-up value shall be taken into account. Devaluation clause A Bareboat Charter _______. I. is a Contract of Affreightment II. may also be served as a ³hire/purchase contract´ I & II Hamburg Rules was enforced in _______. 1974 The calculation of the charter party payment under a voyage charter is ____. Fixed in proportion to cargo or in the form of a lump sum for the voyage After negotiation, a vessel¶s owner and a charterer agrees informally to the employment of such vessel, stating cargo quantity, type, port of loading, laytime, etc. is now a ______. Fixture

The term frequently used when negotiating for chartering a ship as regards rate of loading and discharge; loading and unloading expenses; appointment of charterer¶s or owner¶s agents at port of loading and discharge is called: both ends In the C/P a �weather working day� comprises 8 hours. How many hours of laytime is used if 4 hours of work have been performed? 12 hours A Bill of Lading of goods made deliverable to its holder even without endorsement? Bearer B/L A B/L which is always negotiable is called Order B/L B/L issued for the consignment of goods on a particular voyage with regular sailing is called ______. Liner B/L Which of the following would appear in the B/L? Actual date of shipment On cargo manifest, weight stated is/are: gross and net weight An official document given by a shipbroker, or an endorsement in a bill of lading, giving the officer in charge of the ship the authority to deliver goods the freight on which has been paid is called _______. Freight released Why is it so important to ensure that the description of the goods in the Bill of Lading is CORRECT? I. because the issuance of a clean B/L for damaged goods constitutes fraud II. because the B/L becomes conclusive evidence once it has been endorsed to a third party I & II Which is a negotiable instrument? Bill of Lading Which of the following is NOT recorded in the Certificate of Vessel Registry for Philippine flag vessels? number of crew including Master ______ is a certificate to a cargo ship which is exempt from certain requirements of the regulations and showing that she complies with the rest of those requirements. qualified cargo ship safety construction certificate _______ survey is conducted on every oil tanker of 150 GRT or more at intervals not exceeding 30 months. intermediate Which type of survey is done to ships in accordance with Reg. I/6 (b) of the Solas Convention? Intermediate survey Which type of survey is done to tankers 10 years of age and over required under Reg. I/10 of the Convention? Intermediate Survey Officer In Charge of navigational watch on ships of 500 GRT or more shall hold an appropriate certificate in accordance with _____ of the STCW as amended. Reg. II/1 Passenger ships shall be surveyed periodically every _______. 12 months

Your vessel was issued a temporary certificate of inspection which ____. has the full force of the regular certificate of inspection Survey for bilge pumping and drainage arrangement, communication between bridges and engine room, means of escape is carried out. What certificate is due for renewal? Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate Certificates and endorsements are contained in which regulation of the STCW Convention? Regulation I/2 The intermediate survey must be conducted ______. during the validity of the IOPP certificate In Marine insurance, one creditor for another is called _______. subrogation Which P and I insurance cover covers a financial interest that the shipper may have on the vessel beyond the insured value? Hull and freight interest In the event of extraordinary occurrences during a voyage, giving rise to act of general average, what is drawn up in which cargo owners undertaken to pay their proportionate share in general average? Average bond Marine losses are classified as follows: I. total loss: actual, presumed, constructive II. partial loss: actual, presumed, constructive¶ III. total loss: particular average, general average IV. partial loss: particular average, general average I & IV This is a form of remedy to a person in certain circumstances, entitling him to enforce the satisfaction of a claim. Lien Where the ship is not a total loss in the physical sense, it may have received such damage as irreparable, or it may be economically impracticable to repair. The common terms used for both situations are: beyond repair or condemned What would a ship obtain first if she sustains damage to hull or machinery, even though the damage is so slight that there appears to be no reason why she could continue her voyage? Certificate of Seaworthiness Which of these is included in a dangerous cargo manifest? Cotton This is gross tonnage less ³ deducted spaces ³ which are theoretically non-carrying spaces. Registered tonnage The term ³ Sous Plan ³ as used in charter parties means ______. ³ under the hook ³ and applies to loading from or discharging into barges or lighters What is termed as vague expression usually intended to convey that there are no invidious or unusual terms in the charter party? clean charter Which of the following is NOT for the charterer¶s account under time charter? wages

The age limit requirement for vessels in order to be VAT exempted upon importation is: 15 years for passenger vessels The tonnage of vessels that are qualified for VAT exemption on the importations and local purchase and/or cargo vessels including engine and spare parts of said vessels is: 150 tons and above Under R.A. 9295, one of the conditions by which the importation of articles is granted exemption from VAT is that approval must be obtained prior to importation by which government agency? MARINA The certificate issued by MARINA to qualified domestic ship operators is ______. Certificate of Public Convenience Drydocking of non-classed passenger/passenger cargo ships maybe extended on a monthly basis but not to exceed _______________. 3 months When a Phil. Flag vessel engaged in domestic trade, but required to undertake a single foreign voyage in exceptional circumstances maybe exempted from the requirement of SOLAS 74/78 provided the ship ________. adopts safety requirement which MARINA considers adequate for the voyage The authority to operate extended to all types and classes of vessels in the domestic shipping shall be valid for a period of not more than ______ years. 25 Which government agency prescribes the routes, zones or areas of operations of domestic ship operators? MARINA Which government agency sets the safety standards for vessels in the domestic trade in accordance with applicable conditions and regulations? MARINA As prescribed by R.A.9295, all domestic ship operators shall have the ________to provide and sustain safe, reliable, efficient and economic passenger or cargo service, or both. financial capacity Passenger or cargo rates in the domestic trade as provided for in R.A. 9295 are fixed by Domestic ship operators The size of beds in the first class section of inter-island passenger vessels should be at least ________. 6 x 2 ft The government authority primarily responsible for the enforcement and ensuring that only competent, properly trained and duly licensed Masters, pilots and seafarers are allowed to board and man ships of Philippine Registry is _______. Philippine Coast Guard The manning requirement for tugboats, dredgers and anchor handling vessels engaged in coastwise voyage between 35 and 100 gross tonnage as required by Chapter XVIII of the PMMRR comprise ________. 2 deck and 2 engine personnel Category A high speed crafts as defined by Reg. XVII/2 of the PMMRR, are passenger crafts carrying not more than ______ passengers. 450

Which government authority is primarily responsible for the enforcement of maritime safety rules and regulations for vessel under the Philippine Registry? Philippine Coast Guard MARINA serves the maritime industry through the following EXCEPT; Registration and Enforcement office MARINA was created and geared towards the following objectives, EXCEPT; to create subagencies for the safe transport of goods and passengers. Which Certificates is NOT issued by the Phil. Coast Guard? Classification of Hull and Machinery PPA Memorandum Circular 40-2002 pertains to _______of Harbor Pilots rendering pilotage service to vessels. Performance Every ship documented in the Phils. shall be assigned a/an _____________as stipulated in the revised PMMRR. official number The minimum safe manning as provided for in Chapter XVII of PMMRR is assessed on a case to case basis ________. I. upon request of the Company II. upon request of the Master of the vessel I only A ship¶s homeport as defined by Regulation XV/6 of the PMMRR may be her ___ I. Port of Call II. Area of operation nearest to where the company¶s principal office is located either I or II The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses ( in the Philippines ) is not made part of the requirement for COC? General Management Skills Training The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses ( in the Philippines ) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Practical Shiphandling How many district office/s is/are there in Luzon? 2 The agency responsible for the markings on loadlines of Philippine-flag vessels is the: Accredited International Classification Societies The legal rights of Filipino seafarers come from two primary sources: the POEA Contract of Employment and the _______. Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipino Act of 1995 The legal rights of Filipino seafarers from two primary sources: the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipino Act of 1995 and the _______. POEA Contract of Employment A shipowner intending to register his ship under Philippine Registry must secure first: Ship¶s Identification Number Under R.A. 9295, this term means ³ the exchange of materials or products within the Philippines ³? Domestic Trade

For tanker vessels of 250-500 GRT that are on limited coastwise operation, the ______ can act a s Master. Third Mate The members of the Board of Examiners for Deck and Engine Officers are appointed to their positions thru the following process: I. The candidate is endorsed by the MMAP or MEOP as the case may be to PRC, then PRC recommends to the Office of the President of the Philippines for appointment II. The President of the Philippines appoint directly the member of the Board of Examiners without benefit of any recommendation from PRC. III. The Chairman of PRC appoints the member of the Board of Examiners selected from the endorsement of MMAP or MEOP as the case may be I only How many toilets and bathrooms are required under MARINA Reg. 65 for Philippine Inter-island vessels? 1 per 50 passengers separate from men and women/children The minimum license required for the rank of Master for a Philippine registered passenger vessel between 1000 ± 1599 gross tons, engaged in coastwise trade is: Chief Mate Chapter XVII of the PMMRR requires that the master of tugboat of between100 and 250 gross tonnage engaged in coastwise voyage should be at least a licensed ______. second mate or major patron Category A high speed crafts as defined by Reg. XVII/2 of the PMMRR are passenger crafts carrying not more than _______ passengers. 450 The Administration shall require all ships registered in the Philippines except those mentioned in Chapter I Regulation I/3 of the PMMRR, the following certificates, EXCEPT: Certificate of Registration In the revised PMMRR, ships shall be provided with at least two independent means for communicating orders between navigating bridge and the machinery space or control room, one of which shall be: engine telegraph In the revised PMMRR, the tonnage as measured in accordance with the International Tonnage Convention 1969 and for ships of less than 24 meters in length is called ______. gross tonnage ______ is defined as the policy limiting the right to engage in Philippine Coastwise Trade to be limited to vessels carrying a certificate of Philippine Registry. Cabotage Ships engaged in the domestic trade carrying 500 to 2000 passengers and having 12 hours or less voyage duration shall carry ______. one registered nurse or midwife The minimum safe manning of ships for which Chapter XVIII of the PMMRR apply, takes cognizance of which of the following? I. Length and nature of voyage and trading route II. Construction and technical equipment of ships III. Number, size and type of main propulsion units and Auxiliary I, II & III What is the minimum size required before a vessel can be documented? 5 net tons

A shipowner intending to register his ship under Philippine Registry must secure first: Ship¶s Identification Number In sleeping room for officers where no private sitting room is provided, the floor area per person of 3,000 GRT and above shall not be less than _____. 7.5 sqm As stipulated in the revised PMMRR, Class C ships are _____. tankers As stipulated in the revised PMMRR, a Philippine registered vessel shall fly the national flag _____. at all times Which among the list are Class C ships as stipulated in the revised PMMRR? tankers As stipulated in the revised PMMRR, every ship documented in the Philippines shall be assigned a/an ______. official number R.A. 8981 provides that ³ the Commission shall establish and maintain a high standard of admission to the practice of all professions and at all times ensure and safeguard the integrity of all licensure examination ³. This is _____. an exercise of the powers and functions of the commission A partial survey on a passenger ship shall be made: after a repair Republic Act No. 8981 is otherwise known as _______. The PRC Modernization Act of 2003 ______ are field offices which deliver frontline services and are organized into semi-autonomous units of MARINA. Port District Offices Republic Act 9295 is also known as the ______. Domestic Shipping Development Act MARINA serves the maritime industry through the following offices EXCEPT: Board of Marine Inquiry MARINA was created under _____. P.D. 474 Category I ships in the interisland are classified as such by MARINA if: travel time between ports exceed 4 hours Under MARINA, which formulates, recommends and continuously evaluates and analyzes the broads policies and guidelines, plans and programs of MARINA for the promotion and development of the maritime industry? Planning and Policy Office Under MARINA, which formulates, develops and maintains information systems to support promotion, development, regulation and supervision activities of the Authority and monitoring systems on the implementation of plans, programs, policies and guidelines. Management Information systems Office Which government agency issues Certificate of Ownership to a Philippine flag vessel? MARINA Which individualized teaching method makes use of workbooks,teaching ,machines or computers? Programmed instruction

Which is supportive of the development of creative thinking? Brainstorming technique Which does NOT go with an integrated teaching strategy? Isolated bits of information One gives a quiz to his class after teaching a lesson. What does he give? Formative test Which is (are) NOT supportive of the development of creative thinking? Open classroom atmosphere Which term refers to a teacher helping a colleague grow professionally? Technology transfer For mastery of learning and in line with the Outcome-Based Evaluation model which element should be present? Construction of criterion-referenced tests Perrenialism advocates for the development of the cognitive faculties. Which of the following teacher's objective taps higher mental functioning? Compare and contrast butterflies from moths. Which may work against collaborative teaching? "Knee-to-knee" seat arrangement by group What is an advantage of point system of grading? It is qualitative. Which is (are) supportive of the development of creative thinking? Authoritarian teacher Which statement on IQ test is WRONG ? measures fixed potential If we teach our trainees to think creatively, what do we encourage them to do? Do "outside-thebox" thinking What recent educational development relates with perennialism? Individualizing the learning experience and activities The variance, standard deviation, and range are all measures of partition values Which process does NOT form part of creative thinking? Curiosity For facts to be useful in research, it is best to _____. select, classify, and summarize them Which question demands the highest level of thinking? How should you present a report in class? With the gradations of objectives in the affective domain in mind, under what level does "developing a consistent philosophy of life" fall? Characterization Which is (are) supportive of the development of creative thinking? Convergent questions With specific details in mind, which one(s) has (have) a stronger diagnostic value? Restricted and non-restricted essay test The concluding part of the three-level approach is the Facts level

Which teaching method is intended primarily for skill and concept mastery by way of practice? Project What psychological principle is invoked when a teacher connects the new lesson to the one just completed so that the student may gain a holistic view of the subject? Conceptualization Which does NOT hold true to collaborative learning? Success of the group depends on one diligent student A Teacher believes that every learner can be helped to achieve his full potential and so functions effectively in society when we satisfy his needs. On what theory(ies) is the Teacher's belief based? Cognitive psychology Which questioning practice will promote more class interaction? Asking rhetorical questions What functions are associated with the left brain? Verbal, visual, intuitive The teacher gives indigenous achievement test to his 25 students. The test consists of 50 items. He wants to classify his students' performance based on the test result. What is the appropriate measure of central tendency? Mean Which method is "hands-on,minds-on" learning? Unit method Which of the following activities is the LEAST brain-compatible? Detecting error in the computer program The "mastery learner" learns best from ____. debates Which items do not affect the variability of test scores? Test items that every examinee gets correctly With social development in mind, which is most effective? Puzzle To develop scientific thinking and problem-solving skills which activity will be most appropriate? Role play In the parlance of test construction what does TOS mean? Table of Specifications I want to diagnose my student's difficulties in written communication skills. Which one should I use? Short written response Which role(s) does the teacher play when he sets desirable learning activities for the individual learner and takes the responsibility of matching available resources with the needs of each learner? Counselor and consultant of learning Concurrent validity requires peer consultation Which of the following has as its strength immediate feedback? Laboratory method

Which instructional material is closest to direct experience? Film showing Which is a sound classroom management practice? Avoid establishing routines; routines make your students robots I want my students to identify the strengths and weaknesses of an event. Which one will I direct them to use? Compare/Contrast matrix Which holds true to norm-reference testing? Comparing individual's performance to the average performance of a group Which questioning practice promotes more class interaction? Asking rhetorical questions With the linguistically intelligent group in mind, which activity is least effective? Manipulatives The "self-expressive learner" learns best from ___. lectures Student B claims: "I cannot see perfection but I long for it so it must be real." Under which group can he be classified? Pragmatist A good classroom manager has "eyes on the back of her head." This means that the effective teacher _____. gives penetrating looks to his students Which is a characteristic of developmentally inappropriate practice type of education? Contextual learning Below is a list of methods used to establish the reliability of the instrument. Which method is questioned for its reliability due to practice and familiarity? Test ± retest With individualized teaching strategies as point of reference, which does not belong to the group? Independent study Familiarization onboard includes the following EXCEPT: getting used to emergency exits, where they lead to Fire fighting exercise is to be held on board the vessel at least _______. monthly Basically there are three stages in the task of organizing a training program, which of the following stages is NOT involved? monitoring stage During abandon ship drill, PSCO should observe the following EXCEPT: sounding the correct alarm signals What information must be entered in a Station Bill? duties and station of each person during emergencies A fire and boat drill on a tanker shall, by regulation, include _______. all of these What is the emergency alarm signal as specified in SOLAS? continuous ringing of the alarm bells

Onboard training in the use of davit-launched liferafts shall take place at intervals of not more than ______. 4 months You are on board a vessel that carries liquefied gas in bulk. The person on watch is required to have what information about the cargo easily accessible? fire fighting procedures During an emergency, the Master considers it necessary to order all non-essential personnel off the ship. Which group, if at all possible, to remain on board and deal with the emergency? the emergency squad A passenger vessel must have an emergency squad when ______. the size of the crew permits At the sound of the lifeboat alarm, the following should be done, EXCEPT: stop working immediately and secure your working place Which poses a danger to safety, property and environment? all of these This is a kind of Terminal Performance Objectives which specify what the Trainee should be able to apply in their workplace when the training is completed Job Behavior Objectives This is a particular learning scope for instructional objective which is concerned with how a trainee controls or moves his body. Psychomotor Objective This is a particular scope for instructional objective which deals with how a trainee should do about something in relation to the training program. affective objective At the lifeboat station, the following shall be done, EXCEPT: help facilitate for the immediate lowering of lifeboat A kind of teaching-learning principle where the trainee must proceed step by step and each step must be known in some way more difficult than the previous step. graduate sequence In determining training needs which of the following ways is used when the trainor simply lists down all subjects that may possibly be of help to the personnel concerned? survey The existing SOLAS Chapter V was written in 1974 and came into force in _______. 1980 When did the SOLAS Chapter V which was written in 1974 came into forc3e? 1980 As per ILO Convention NO. 86 Sec. 9 0f 1990, what is the validity of PEME if not employed onboard? 3 months Standards regarding special training requirements for personnel on roro/passenger ships are contained in _______ of the STCW Convention as amended. Chapter V Periodic surveys of all oil tankers and every other vessel issued IOPP certificate is required at intervals not exceeding _______. 5 years The Master was up for almost 19 hours in a particular 24-hour period due to emergency and communication with the home office. Which is TRUE in regards to rest period? I. Rest period is not

applicable to the Master II. The Master did not meet the prescribed rest period III. The master should have met the required rest period if he had 10 hours of rest I only The user of respiratory equipment consumes air engaged in heavy work _______. about 30 to 35 ltrs/min The consumption of air for a user of respiratory equipment engaged in heavy work is: about 30 to 35 ltrs/min Under what chapter of the STCW as amended are the watchkeeping arrangements and principles to be observed is defined? A ± VIII/1 The International Life-Saving Appliance Code was adopted by the Maritime Safety Committee in June 1996 by its Resolution _______. MSC .48 (66) The IMO Maritime Safety Committee adopted the International Life-Saving Appliance Code in June 1966 by its Resolution _______. MSC .48(66) ISPS enhances maritime safety under the SOLAS Convention. It was adopted by IMO in _______. Dec. 2002 IMO adopted the ISPS to enhance maritime safety in _______. Dec. 2002 As provided for in Chapter 4 of the Code on Noise Level on Board ships, what is noise level limit for a continuously manned machinery space? 90 decibels (A) The North Pacific Winter Seasonal Zone applied for the period ______. Oct. 16 to April 15 Which of the following period is applied to the North Pacific Winter Seasonal Zone? Oct. 16 to April 15 The status information of AIS is updated every ______. 6 minutes AIS updates the status information every _______. 6 minutes The amendment 2 of the STCW Convention entered into force on ______. Jan. 2003 When did the amendment 2 of the STCW Convention entered into force? Jan. 2003 The validity of PEME if not employed onboard according to ILI Convention is: 3 months How much can the AIS broadcast mode be overloaded without any significant operational effects? 400-500 % Guidance regarding fitness for duty preventing fatigue is defined under what Section (chapter) of the STCW as amended? B-VIII/1 Which of the following concerning the jurisdiction of UNCLOS ¶82 in maritime matters is CORRECT? it establishes the basic features in the implementation of TSS

The following are TRUE regarding PSCO inspections EXCEPT: inspections are carried out specifically to confirm compliance with the ISM Code The pipeline from the suction point in a cargo tank to the shore connection used for loading the cargo that includes all ship piping, pump and filters is called ______. associated piping AIS standards include the following EXCEPT: transmitter specifications When was the IMO carriage requirement for AIS according to SOLAS chapter V became effective? July 1, 2002 The IMO carriage requirement for AIS took effect on _______. July 1, 2002 AIS is required to be carried by IMO with the latest changes to SOLAS Chapter V and became effective on ______. July 1, 2002 When was ILO Convention NO. 185 adopted? June 2003 The ILO Convention NO. 185 was adopted in ______. June 2003 The OOW was on 12-4 watch. At 0830, it was announced that one crew was missing. The Master ordered all officers to be on upper decks to pose as lookouts while he reversed the course. The search was given up at 1900 hrs when darkness set in. Which is TRUE? I. the OOW met the requirements of rest period II. the OOW did not meet the requirements of rest period III. the OOW fell short of 1 hour to meet the requirements of rest period I only Deck hands were on deck works at 0800 hours and a break time from 1200 ± 1300 Hours. Earlier past midnight, the ship docked and the deck crew maneuvered from 0030 ± 0230 hours. At 1800 Hrs, a leak was discovered in Hatch NO. 1 when the ship started to list. Deck hands and Engineers took part in patching the leak, finished at 2400 hours. Which is TRUE? I. deck hands met the requirements of rest period II. deck hands did not meet the requirements of rest period III. deck hands had exactly 10 hours rest period I only How many loadlines are considered permanent where weather conditions are similar throughout the year? two What is the first thing that a Port State Control Team do after having reported to the Master and informed of their visit? ensure that certificates of those onboard are valid How are watertight doors classified in SOLAS? Class 3 Watertight doors are classified in SOLAS as ______. Class 3 Seafarers performing support duties on keeping a safe watch are tested by Port State control to determine _______. their ability to perform standard duties in keeping the ship seaworthy Which certificate covers the machinery casings? Loadline Certificate Which organization sponsored and coordinated the development of AIS? IALA

The organization that sponsored and coordinated the development of AIS is the: IALA As provided for in Chapter 4 of the Code on Noise Levels on Board ships, what is the maximum acceptable sound pressure levels at which ship personnel entering spaces should be required to wear ear protection? 85 decibels (A) Fitness for duty to all persons assigned forming part of a watch shall be provided with 10 hours of rest in any 24 hours period. Under what Section (Chapter) of the STCW as amended is this? AVIII/I Training of personnel on passenger ship is under what Resolution of STCW Convention? 6 At the time that the Loadline Convention Agreement went into force, pleasure yachts and existing vessels of ______ were also exempted. 150 GRT Lifebuoys shall withstand a drop into the water from the height at which it is stowed above the waterline in the lightest sea condition or a height of ______. 30 meters The intermediate survey must be conducted _______. during validity of the IOPP certificate The discharge into the sea of substances in Category D is allowed provided the following are met, EXCEPT: the effluent is more than 100 ppm This is known as the 1988 SOLAS Protocol. International Conference on Seafarer's Certificate Certificates and endorsements are contained in which regulation of the STCW Convention? Regulation I/2 Under the Lisbon Rules on Collision, which of the following is FALSE? in the event of a vessel being a total loss, the claimant shall be entitled to damages equal to the original price of the vessel As per IMO Convention, what is the validity of PEME if not employed on board? 3 months Seagoing service according to STCW Convention means ______. service onboard relevant to the issue of a certificate or other qualifications According to STCW Convention, seagoing service means ______. service onboard relevant to the issue of a certificate or other qualifications The ILO Convention for Medical Care and sickness Benefits was adopted in ______. 1969 The SOLAS Protocol 1978 entered into force on ______. May 1, 1981 The use of portable electric lights on petroleum product tankers are allowed on which of the following conditions? they can be used only when the tank is gas free The user of respiratory equipment consumes air engaged in heavy work _______. about 30 to 35 ltrs/min If the user of a respiratory equipment consumes 30 to 35 ltrs/min, he is engaged in: heavy work

The objective/s of AIS is/are the following: security of navigation AIS updates every ______. 2 seconds As provided for in Chapter 4 of the Code on Noise Level on Board Ships, what is the noise level limit for navigating bridge and chart room? 65 decibels (A) Which of these statements is TRUE? pre-sea medical examination is more stringent than periodic medical examination The North Pacific Winter Seasonal Zone applied for the period: October 16 to April 15 The Master was for almost 19 hours in a particular day due to an emergency and communication with the home office. Which is TRUE to rest period? I. Rest period is not applicable to the Master II. The Master did not meet the rest period III. The Master should have met the rest period if he had 10 hours of rest I only Which regulation of SOLAS are passengers and other ships of 3,000 GRT and upwards are obliged to carry voyage data recorders (VDR)? Reg. V/20 In the use of simulators, what is mandatory in the context of STCW Convention? I. Radar II. Arpa III. Ship Simulator and Bridge Teamwork I & II ILO Convention NO. 185 was adopted in June 2003 and went into force on ______. Feb. 9, 2005 Which of the following statements is TRUE? I. there is no need to familiarize on the location of fire alarm signals under shipboard familiarization II. safety and emergency procedures are required under shipboard familiarization III. any crew who just boarded the vessel must familiarize on the location of fire alarm signals under shipboard familiarization I & II The following should be observed by the PSCO in determining safe manning of a ship EXCEPT: the capability to operate equipments in case of an emergency AIS standards include the following EXCEPT: Transmitter specifications The periodical inspection in connection with the ship¶s Loadline Certificate is held: 3 months after the anniversary date of the completion of initial survey Each inflatable liferafts on vessels on international voyage shall have a carrying capacity of NOT less than _____. 6% nor more than 25 persons The loadline zone for ships over 100 GRT in the Baltic is always ______. summer Ships over 100 GRT in the Baltic have a loadline zone for _______. summer The Carriage of Grain Cargo in Bulk come under what international Regulations? SOLAS 74, Chapter VI With regards to OPA 90, what type of vessel shall carry approved VRP? vessels carrying oil cargo

VRP should be carried on board by _______. vessels carrying oil cargo For a more detailed inspection, PSCO checks the following EXCEPT: competency of officers and crew on board All life saving appliances on all ships shall not be damaged in stowage throughout the temperature range _______. -30 deg C to + 65 deg C EDCS means ______ Electronic Data Collection System EDCS was implemented on ______. July 1, 2000 What is the period of validity of a Cargo Ship Safety Equipment? 2 years In controlling abandon ship drills, PSCO checks that each survival craft be in a state of continuous readiness so that 2 crew members can carry out preparations for embarking and launching in less than ______. 5 minutes SBT shall be provided to ______ of 40,000 tons deadweight and above. existing crude oil tanker Which of the following vessels whose deadweight is 40,000 and above shall carry SBT? existing crude oil tanker Liferaft shall be so constructed that when it is dropped into the water from a height of _________, the liferaft and its equipment will operate satisfactorily. 18 meters Marpol 73/78 regulates _______ from offshore platforms. displacement water discharge Ship¶s name shall be printed in each of the following EXCEPT: portable fire extinguishers In each of the following, ship¶s name shall be printed EXCEPT: portable fire extinguishers Category C under Reg. 3, Annex II Marpol 73/78 refers to noxious substance if and when discharged into the sea from vessels, would present a minor environmental hazard and therefore justify the application of ________. special operational matters Does the definition of an Oil Tanker apply to a Gas Carrier? yes, when carrying ecven a part cargo of oil in bulk What is the minimum bursting pressure for each cargo hose assembly? at least 600 PSI The IMO carriage requirement for AIS became effective with the latest changes to SOLAS _______ on July 1, 2002. Chapter V The conduct of underwater inspection is specified in the _______. Class Survey Report In which of the following is the underwater inspection specified? Class Survey Report

The Pollution Prevention Regulations state that the ship¶s oily bilge slops may be pumped in port if the _______. discharge is led to a slop barge or shore side tank Ship¶s oily bilge slops may be pumped in port if the _______. discharge is led to a slop barge or shore side The bolt circle diameter of a standard pipeline to enable pipes of reception facilities to be connected for residue from machinery bilges is _______. 183 mm Historically, the regulation of safety and pollution prevention in international shipping has developed through three stages. Which of these is not part thereof? compliance with the rules Noxious liquid substances which when discharged at sea from tank cleaning or deballasting operations would present a recognizable hazard to marine resources or human health is categorized ______. Category D Under the Hague Rules, the principal obligations of carriers can be summarized as follows EXCEPT: make the ship ready in accordance with the terms of the charter party Under the Hague Rules, the principal obligation/s of carriers is/are: all of these Which of the following is drawn up in amplification of a contract in order to lay down rights and/or obligations between contracting parties? back letter A shipping term in a fixture note, Ex. means _______. excluding The clause that provides the ascertaining whether a vessel is constructive total loss, the insured value taken into account as the repaired value and that nothing in respect of the break up value shall be taken into account is ______. devaluation clause In ascertaining whether a vessel is constructive total loss, the insured value taken into account as the repaired value and that nothing in respect of the break up value shall be taken into account, which of the following clause provides it? devaluation clause The laytime that occurs where both loading and discharging operations are considered for the purpose of laytime calculations is called ______. reversible laytime Where both loading and discharging operations are considered for the purpose of laytime calculations, this laytime is called _______. reversible laytime The term used when negotiating for chartering a ship as regards rate of loading and discharge; loading and unloading expenses; appointment of charterer¶s or owner¶s agents at port of loading and discharging is called: both ends The total loss presumed after a reasonable lapse of time on a missing ship is called: presumed overall loss The charter party stipulates a Weather Working Day of two 8-hours shifts. Under these terms how many hours of laytime will comprise sixteen working hours? 24 hours

A Weather Working Day of two 8-hours shifts is stipulated in the charter party. Under these terms how many hours of laytime will comprise sixteen working hours? 24 hours Why is it so important that the description of the goods in the Bill of Lading is CORRECT? I. because the carrier may not be able to collect the correct freight II. because the issuance of a clean B/L for damaged goods constitute a fraud II only An ordinary or accidental expense incurred during the voyage in order to preserve the cargo, and all damages or deterioration suffered from the departure to port of destination and to the cargo from the port of loading to the port of consignment is called ______. averages This lien against a vessel should be settled FIRST. salvage lien Which of the following lien against a vessel should be settled first? salvage lien Under time charter, the master is primarily concerned with ______. requisition, provision and drydock What is done to amplify a contract in order to lay down rights and/or obligations between both contracting parties? back letter What can happen to a shipowner if a stowaway is successful in escaping from the ship? the owner has no responsibility If a stowaway is successful in escaping from the ship, what can happen to the shipowner? the owner has no responsibility Which of the following categories of laytime depends upon the custom of the port at which cargo operations are being performed, or on the speed at which the ship can load or discharge? indefinite laytime Who has the authority to order a general average act? Master As Master, you wanted to dismiss a 3rd Engr who committed 5 major offenses and communicated this to the company. However, the company said the 3rd Engr. cannot be dismissed. Which of the following statements is FALSE? I. the company has the right to dismiss any of the crew II. the Master has the right to dismiss any of the crew III. the Master and the company have the right to dismiss any of the crew I & III Brokers who have been specifically appointed by large importers or exporters in order to take up the space required for their shipments are called ______. chartering agents An underwriter is liable for _______. loss caused by unavoidable delay due to fog This is a non-negotiable document where the named consignee or his authorized agent takes delivery of the goods subject to proof of identity without the need of presenting such document. waybill The laytime that occurs where both loading and discharging operations are considered for the purpose of laytime calculation is called ______. reversible laytime

Where the ship is not a total loss in the physical sense, it may have receive such damage is irreparable, or it may be economically impracticable to repair. The common term used for both situations is _______. beyond repair or condemned The term used where the ship is not a total loss in the physical sense, it may have receive such damage is irreparable, or it may be economically impracticable to repair is ______. beyond repair or condemned Non-classed ships scheduled drydocking may be extended but not to exceed ______. 3 months What clause relates to a vessel with liberty to sail without pilots, to sail at any port for any reasonable purpose, to tow and to be towed and assist vessel in distress? deviation clause Which of the following relates to a vessel with liberty to sail without pilots, to sail at any port for any reasonable purpose, to tow and to be towed and assist vessel in distress? deviation clause Hamburg Rules was enforced in ______. 1974 When did the Hamburg Rules came into effect? 1974 Expenses incurred by or on behalf of the assured for the safety of subject matter insured, other than general average and salvage charges are called _______. particular charges What do you call the expenses incurred by or on behalf of the assured for the safety of the subject matter insured other than general average charges? particular charges What expenses are incurred by or on behalf of the assured for the safety of the subject matter insured other than general average? particular charges Under a voyage charter party, remuneration is calculated by reference to _______. cargo involved A negotiated charter is a ______. fixture Under time charter, when a vessel is delivered, a certificate of delivery is drawn up which contains the following EXCEPT: date and place of delivery When a ship is delivered under time charter, a certificate of delivery is drawn up which contains the following EXCEPT: date and place of delivery This is a phrase in connection with maritime transportation which refers to dangers, incident to roadsteads where vessels ride at anchor. It is a state peril in Bills of Lading and charter parties. Danger of Roads This refers to dangers, incident to roadstead where vessels ride at anchor. It is a state peril in Bills of Lading and charter parties. Danger of Roads All non-containerized foreign cargoes imported, exported or transshipped through a governmentowned wharf shall be charged _______. wharfage fee

Non-containerized foreign cargoes imported, exported or transshipped through a government-owned wharf shall be charged _______. wharfage fee Foreign cargoes which are not containerized, imported , exported or transshipped through a government-owned wharf shall be charged _______. wharfage fee In a fixture note, D/P means ______. documents against payment When a vessel can be ready to load at short notice where a reasonable dispatch may be expected is called _______. prompt ship The Hague-Visby Rules apply to _________________. bill of lading The term ³Contract of Carriage´ as defined by the Hague-Visby Rules applies only to: contracts of carriage covered by a bill of lading The acronym COGSA is directly associated with the _______________. Hamburg Rules The term ³carriage of goods´ as defined in the Hague-Visby Rules covers the period from the ____________________. Time when the goods are loaded on to the time they are discharged from the ship. Basically, a bill of lading is a _____________. formal receipt issued and signed by a carrier acknowledging that goods have been received for the purpose of shipment. Electronic bills of lading was introduced to contemporary shipping by the _______. CMI Rules The term ³allision´ as it relates to marine accidents refers to __________. collisions between ships and other structures, such as piers and bridges The liability provisions relating to collision are applicable where a vessel, by her conduct, has caused damage to: I. another vessel; II. persons or property on board; III. persons or property on board even though no collision has taken place I, II, & III The phrase ³where a vessel by her conduct´ as it relates to the liability provisions relating to collision, means: I. the execution or non-execution of a maneuver II. non-observance of the regulations I & II Collisions can involve three types of possible liability for the shipowner or master. Which one of the following is not classified as a liability? Physical This is a term that refers to all unlawful or injurious acts done or committed on the sea or on navigable waters connected with the sea. Tort If an alien stowaway is discovered aboard your vessel, his name must be placed on the: separate passenger list marked stowaways It is the responsibility of the Master to ensure that ______________. temporary personnel and visitors are advised of emergency stations

The York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990, states that ³except as provided by the numbered Rules, general average shall be adjusted according to the ________Rules. Lettered Rules Which of the following provisions relates to Rule A of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990? There is a general average act when, and only when, any extraordinary sacrifice or expenditure is intentionally and reasonably made Which of the following provisions relates to Rule B of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990? General average sacrifices and expenses shall be borne by the different contributing interests Which of the following provisions relates to Rule C of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990? Only such losses, damages or expenses which are the direct consequence of the general average act shall be allowed as general average Which of the following provisions relates to Rule E of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990? The onus of proof is upon the party claiming in general average to show that the loss or expense claimed is properly allowable as general average Rule I of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to: Jettison of Cargo Rule II of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to: Damage by Jettison & Sacrifice for the common safety Rule VI of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to: Salvage Rule X of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to: Expenses at Port of Refuge, etc. Rule XV of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to: Loss of freight The Hamburg Rules relates to ___________. Carriage of Goods by Sea In general practice ship owners do not deal directly with his underwriters, but negotiates through ____________ to effect hull insurances. Insurance brokers In actual practice, as a measure in determining when the vessel is a constructive total loss, it is common for insurance policies to provide for the _____________ value, to be substituted for the repaired value insured When an assured wishes to claim for constructive total loss of her vessel that run aground, it is necessary for her to tender notice of _________to her insurers. abandonment The Hague Rules relates to _______. Owner¶s Cargo liability under Bills of Lading Which of the following protection risks is caused by P & I? I. Liabilities relating to death & personal injury II. Liabilities relating to wreck removal & pollution I & II In relation to P & I Insurance, which of the following premiums are fixed? Premium for a vessel entered for charterers account

How often are the P & I Club¶s Statutes & Rules revised? annually What should the master do when a defect in the ship is discovered? He should initiate corrective actions When should the Master release the cargo to the consignee without the production of the Bills of Lading? When owners have given the master explicit permission Risks covered by P & I: I. Protection Risks, personal injury claims II. Protection Risks, Vessel & other Property III. Indemnity Risks I,II & III Which P & I Insurance cover, covers a financial interest that the shipper may have on the vessel beyond the insured value? Hull & Freight Interest Which P & I Insurance cover, covers physical damage to or loss of vessel & equipment? Hull & Machinery Under the ³CMI Rules for the Electronic Transfer of Rights to Goods in Transit (1990)´, EDIS means _____. Electronic Data Interchange Under the ³CMI Rules for the Electronic Transfer of Rights to Goods in Transit (1990)´, this means any technically appropriate form which the parties may agree for securing the authentication and integrity of a transmission. Private key The ownership of a consignment of timber is in dispute. At discharging port, a holder of one original Bill of Lading requests the cargo. Should the Master deliver the cargo to this person? I. Yes, the Master is bound to deliver the cargo II. No, the Master should request the surrender of all original Bills of Lading II only During the sea voyage from Durban to Kobe the vessel experienced weather up to force 10 in the Beaufort Scale. The floating pontoons in TD NO. 2 broke its lashings & caused considerable damage to general cargo stowed in TD NO. 2. Is the ship liable for the damage to the cargo? I. The ship is liable in view of the carrier¶s obligation to exercise that the cargo is carried w/o being damaged II. The ship is not liable as the lashings used to secure the pontoons broke because they were old & in the master¶s view should have been replaced long time ago. I only In most cases the resettlement of refugees rescued at sea is arranged through the auspices of w/c UN agency? UNHCR This is a note by the marine insurance broker to the insured after the original ship has been initiated for the total sum required. It has no legal force until the policy has been issued Cover note This clause in a policy provides that in the event of actual or constructive total loss, no claim shall be made by the underwriters for freight whether notice of abandonment has been given or not. freight abandonment clause Which maritime lien can be placed against a vessel? cargo or freight Which is levied on ships usually by scale of tonnage toward the maintenance of lights, beacons, buoys, etc. is called: light dues

Which of the following can lead to unlimited liability? willful misconduct, gross negligence and violation of safety regulations Lien of cargo for freight arises when: the freight is due on delivery of cargo Lien on cargo for demurrage exist: when the contract of affreightment expressly gives one Lien on cargo by the shipowner cannot be effected: when the ship is under demise charter Salvage means: work performed by a sailor under a written salvage agreement The right to salvage can rise only on maritime property. Which is FALSE? vessels used in navigation, her cargo equipment and wreckage Which is NOT a recognized subject of salvage according to maritime laws on salvage? Personal Effects Which of the following is NOT valid for a salvage award? the salvor has an official duty to render assistance There is no limit to the kind of service that may qualify for salvage reward but who renders the service must be: a volunteer Which of the following is TRUE? The master and crew of a ship in distress can: not claim remuneration as salvor Which of the following statement is TRUE? A person who renders service in order to preserve himself or his property that is in danger: has no right to be paid salvage remuneration A ship has been aground and towed into port, found out to have suffered so much damages that she is considered a total loss. Which principle of salvage has NOT been attained yet. the service must be successful In practice, salvage remuneration is paid out of the value of the property saves. The court usually awards: There is no fix proportion for the award and guidance is sought from other salvage cases of similar circumstances The appointment between the owner, the Master and Crew in service of salving another ship is determined by the: Flagstate of the vessel Under what circumstances is the administration of any country NOT allowed to conduct unscheduled inspection of the ships? the Master has a Certificate of Compliance with ISM Code The following certificates are issued bye the Classification Societies EXCEPT: Derrating Certificate Safe Berth or Safe Port in a charter party mean: safe can safely approach, use and leave such berth or port at no risk

_________ is a type of survey that includes inspection of items relating to the particular certificate to ensure they are fit for the service for which the ship is intended? Periodic Survey _________ is a type of survey that involves inspection of specified items. Intermediate Survey ________ is a type of survey that involves a general inspection of the item relating to the particular certificate for which the ship is intended for. annual survey Which certificate covers electrical installation and equipment including emergency electrical powers? Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate You are on general cargo ship told to prepare survey of anchor cables and compass. Which certificate is being renewed? Cargo Ship Safety Construction Certificate Which certificate covers the lifesaving apparatus of vessels? Cargo Ship Safety Equipment Certificate The difference between the light displacement and the displacement at any draught: deadweight at the draught Under UNCLOS 1982, which Article requires that every state shall effectively exercise its jurisdiction and control in administrative, technical and social matters over ships flying its flag? Article 94 _________ is a clause that places the duty of the assured to take reasonable measures to avert or minimize losses and ensure that the right against third parties are properly preserved. Bailic Clause _________ is a clause in a charter party that reads ³ warranty free of any claim based upon loss of or frustration of the insured voyage or adventure caused by arrest or detention. Frustration Clause On general cargo ship, there is often a danger of one commodity causing damage to another, underwriter are not liable for the resulting loss except in circumstances where due to marine peril has caused damage to one commodity and the other has suffered direct consequences. The damage to the second commodity is called: Sympathetic Damage _________ is a clause that provides general average and salvage shall be adjusted according to the law of the place where the adventure ends, or according to York ±Antwerp Rules if the contract of affreightment so provides. General Average Clause In general this refers to a table of charges. In particular, it is a list of duties chargeable on goods. It is also the list of current freight rates issued by a Liner Conference Tariff These are the seamen engaged on temporary basis to man a ship which has to be shifted from one part of a port to another part of the same port Riggers Under these terms, when grain is bought, the seller guarantees the condition on arrival; hence seawater damage en route is at his own risk. Rye terms In order for a jettisoned deck cargo to be considered a general average loss, the precondition is: cargo is carried by established custom

This is a clause in the charter party where the charterer reserves the right to cancel the charter if the ship fails to arrive on a specified day at a named port ready to load: cancellation clause This is a chartering expression denoting that there is no indemnity payable for gained in loading or discharging: free dispatch What would be the course of action to be taken by the vessel if she is hired under a voyage charter party and was instructed to proceed immediately to a named port: proceed to the port with all reasonable speed If the intention is for Sundays and holidays are not to count as laydays even if they were used for working agreement between the master and the charterer, how is it termed in the charter party?: Sundays and holidays excepted Many charter parties contain this clause in order to avoid expensive litigation: arbitration clause This is a kind of freight due to the ship by the terms of the B/L As distinct from the freight due in accordance with the terms of the charter party: bill of lading freight While abroad, the services of a registered cargo surveyor cannot be obtained, what can a master do if it is imperative that a cargo survey should be carried out? request the services of 2 other shipmasters who are disinterested parties For vessel not complying with time charter speed, a charter may claim against the charter hire. This is called: under-performance claim This is a clause in a C/P to prove that a clause was due to an accident from natural causes, but without human intervention and could have not been prevented by any amount of care and foresight: Act of God This is a term used to denote a bill of lading issued for a consignment of goods shipped by trading vessels especially built to the freight line service with regular sailing liner bill of lading The government authority primarily responsible for the enforcement and ensuring that only competent, properly trained and duly licensed masters, pilots and seafarers are allowed to board and man ships of Philippine registry is _______. PCG All non-containerized foreign cargoes imported, exported or transshipped through a governmentowned wharf shall be charged _______. wharfage fee on the basis of the total metric or revenue tonnage Non-containerized foreign cargoes imported, exported or transshipped through a government-owned wharf shall be charged _______. wharfage fee on the basis of the total metric or revenue tonnage The Training Record Book of Deck Cadets has been developed and published by the: International Shipping Federation Yachts/pleasure crafts staying at a registered marina that comply with PPA rules on private ports shall not be liable to payment of: domestic dockage fee

Vessels exempted from paying ______ are yachts/pleasure crafts staying at a registered marina that comply with PPA rules on private ports. domestic dockage fee The Training Record Book of Deck Cadets has been developed and published by the: International Shipping Federation Idle vessels occupying dockside berth at any government port despite a shifting order from the Port Manager to give way to an incoming vessel shall be charged of 300% of dockage fee for foreign vessels How much shall idle ships be charged occupying dockside berth at any government port despite a shifting order from the Port Manager to give way to incoming vessel? 300% of dockage fee for foreign vessels Which of the following are idle ships charged occupying dockside berth despite of a shifting order by the Port Manager to give way to an incoming vessel? 300% of dockage fee for foreign vessels Dockage at berth is charged at any port of call per GRT per calendar day or fraction thereof provided that a maximum 0f 50,000 GRT shall be used, at a government port US$ 0.039/GRT; at a private port officially registered with PPA US$ 0.020/GRT or fraction thereof to: I. vessels engaged in foreign trade II. vessels engaged in barter trade III. vessels engaged in domestic trade I & II Chapter XVIII of the PMMRR requires that the Master of fishing vessels engaged in coastwise voyage 150 t0 250 gross tonnage should at least be a licensed _______. Minor Patron Under Phil, regulations the scheduled dry docking of classed ships may be extended to a period not exceeding ______. 6 months Classed ships under Philippine regulations may extend its dry docking for a period not exceeding _______. 6 months Yachts/pleasure crafts from 6 GRT to 100 GRT calling at government ports shall be liable to the payment of domestic dockage fee at ______. P40.00 per calendar day How much dockage fee shall yachts/pleasure crafts from 6 GRT to 100 GRT calling at government ports are charged? P40.00 per calendar day Category A high speed crafts as defined by Reg. XVII/2 of the PMMRR, are passenger crafts carrying not more than _________ passengers. 450 Which law created the Philippine Ports Authority? P.D.857 The law creating the Philippine Ports Authority was ______. P.D. 857 This is gross tonnage less µdeducted spaces¶ which are theoretically non-carrying spaces. registered tonnage Gross Tonnage less µdeducted spaces¶ which are theoretically non-carrying spaces is: registered tonnage

Chapter XVIII of the PMMRR requires that the master of a cargo vessel engaged in coastwise voyage of 500 to 999 GRT should at least be a licensed ______. Second Mate Which of the following are categorized as Category 2 under Philippine regulations? vessels whose travel time between ports is less than 4 hours The distance between the waterline and the top of the keel is the _______. moulded draft As defined in the PMMRR, the tonnage measured in accordance with the International Tonnage convention 1969 and for ships of less than 24 meters in length is called: gross tonnage The Training Record Book shall be used by Deck Cadets for attaining experience in applying the knowledge provided in college and covers required training for: Officer In Charge of Navigational Watch Deck Cadets use the Training Record Book for attaining experience in applying the knowledge provided in college and covers required training for ______. Officer In Charge of Navigational Watch To which of the following that dockage at berth is charged, that berth at any port of call per GRT per calendar day or fraction thereof provided that a maximum of 50,000 GRT shall be used, at a government port US$ 0.039/GRT, at a private port officially registered with PPA US$ 0.020/GRT or fraction thereof: I. vessels engaged in foreign trade II. vessels engaged in barter trade III. vessels engaged in domestic trade I & II Under MARINA, all STCW certificates shall have 5 years validity period. MARINA may issue a provisional certificate with a validity period of not more than year in cases such as, EXCEPT: loss of eyesight Which of the following PPA MC covers Guidelines and Documentation of Domestic Container Cargoes at South Harbor, Manila? NO. 4 ± 2003 Which document is issued by the port authority detailing the amount of dues paid or payable? Tonnage Dues Slip Under R.A. 8981, the PRC is a _______. 3-man commission The PRC under R.A. 8981 is a _______. 3-man commission Non-classed ships scheduled drydocking may be extended but not to exceed ______. 3 months Under Philippine regulations, which of the following falls under Category 2? vessels whose travel time between ports is less than 4 hours Which of the following vessels falls under Category under Philippine regulations? those with less than 4 hours travel time between ports Vessels for drydocking or repair at any duly authorized drydocking shipyard facilities shall be exempted from _______. dockage/usage fee

Which of the following is a vessel not charged when drydocking or having repair at any duly authorized drydocking shipyard facilities? dockage/usage fee A vessel is not charged ______ during drydocking or undergoing repairs at any authorized shipyard facilities. dockage/usage fee MARINA M.C. 1-75 mandates that ______. all vessels entering and leaving port or harbor of Philippine jurisdiction shall submit to MARINA a copy of Cargo Manifest of all cargoes on board Which of the following is mandated by MARINA M.C> 1-75? all vessels entering port or harbor of Philippine jurisdiction shall submit to MARINA a copy of Cargo Manifest of all cargoes on board Pursuant to Reg. I/6 of the PMMRR, the inspection of firefighting and lifesaving appliances shall be done _______. annually According to Philippine regulations, the inspection of firefighting and lifesaving appliance shall be done ______. annually The minimum safe manning as provided for in Chapter XVIII of PMMRR is assessed on a case to case basis _______. I. upon request of the company II. upon request of the vessel subject to approval of the Company III. upon request of the Master I only MARINA Circular NO. 171 mandates that all Masters and Chief Mates employed on Philippine flag vessels of less than 500 GRT plying domestic trades must take recurrency training every _______. 3 years The recurrency training which MARINA mandates under Circular NO. 171 for Masters and Chief Mates employed on Philippine Flag vessels of less than 500 GRT plying the Domestic trades must take place every _______. 3 years This is the proper agency tasked to impose administrative fines/fees for violation of the International Convention on STCW as amended. Board of Marine Deck Officers/Engine Officers Which of the following is tasked to impose administrative fines/fees for violation of the International Convention on STCW as amended? Board of Marine Deck Officers/Engine Officers A passenger/cargo or cargo vessel intended to ply Philippine waters and shall be classified by a government recognized classification society prior to its operation in domestic shipping shall not exceed ________ from the date of launching. 15 years In domestic trade where a ship has a voyage duration of over 12 hours, how many passengers are there on board if there is one medical practitioner and one paramedic onboard? over 2,000 In domestic trade where a ship has a voyage duration of 12 hours and there are over 2,000 passengers on board, which of the following shall she carry? one medical practitioner and one paramedic The Administration requires all ships registered in the Philippines except hose mentioned in Chapter I, Reg. I/3 of the PMMRR, the following certificates EXCEPT: Certificate of Registration

Which of the following agencies manages the port district? Port Management Services Port Districts are managed by _______. Port Management Services Pursuant to MARINA M.C. 152, passenger/passenger cargo classed ships shall be drydocked twice within a period of ________. 5 years Passenger/passenger cargo classed ships are required under MARINA M.C. 158 to be drydocked twice within a period of _______. 5 years Which of the following agencies manages the port district? Port Management Services Port Districts are managed by _______. Port Management Services Pursuant to MARINA M.C. 152, passenger/passenger cargo classed ships shall be drydocked twice within a period of ________. 5 years Passenger/passenger cargo classed ships are required under MARINA M.C. 158 to be drydocked twice within a period of _______. 5 years Under the Domestic Shipping ACT, a Filipino who intends to import vessel/s with a minimum of 150 GRT and/or spare parts shall be exempted from the payment of all import duties and taxes for a period of _______. 20 years Under R.A. 8981, the chairperson of the Philippine Regulation Commission: I. shall be at least 40 years old II. has had at least 5 years of executive and management experience neither I nor II, MARINA serves the maritime industry through the following offices EXCEPT: Maritime Regional Office The maritime industry is served by MARINA through the following offices EXCEPT: Maritime Regional Office Dockage at berth is charged to which of the following, that berth at any port of call per GRT per calendar day or fraction thereof provided that a maximum of 50,000 GRT shall be used, at a government port US$ 0.030/GRT; at a private port officially registered with PPA US$ 0.020/GRT or fraction thereof. I. vessels engaged in foreign trade II. vessels engaged in barter trade III. vessels engaged in domestic trade I & II As stipulated in the revised PMMRR, ships not classed shall be dry docked every: 2 years Which of the following PPA M.C. covers the µRegulation on the Proper Marking and Labeling of Dangerous Cargoes? NO. 25 ± 2002 The Regulation on the Proper Marking and Labeling of Dangerous Cargoes is embodied in PPA M.C. NO. 25 - 2002 PPA M.C. NO. 25 ± 2002 covers the ______. Regulation on the Proper Marking and Labeling of Dangerous Cargoes

Which of the following M.C. created the Qualification Document Certificate? M.C. 164 If a Philippine flag vessel becomes involved in a collision, a report must be made out to the ________ upon arrival in a Philippine port. PCG A report must be made to the _______ upon arrival in a Philippine port if a Philippine flag vessel is involved in a collision. PCG To which government agency should you submit a report upon arrival in a Philippine port if your vessel which flies a Philippine flag is involved in a collision? PCG Ships are fined during Marpol inspection by PSCO because _______. oil film is found on shipside near the bilge discharge manifold All vessels over 500 GRT should carry radar. This recommendations comes from: RCH Code Radar is a requirement on vessels of 500 GRT and above. This recommendations is under: RCH Code All tankers under OPA 90 are required to carry on board spill recovery equipment of sufficient capacity to _______. accomodate oil spill on deck Recurrency training of Masters and Chief Officers engaged on ships below 500 GRT in the domestic trade is embodied in MARINA _______. M.C. 171 Masters and Chief Officers engaged on ships below 500 GRT in the domestic trade are required to have a recurrency training embodied in MARINA _______. M.C. 171 For ships below 500 GRT engaged in the domestic trade, Masters and Chief Officers are required to have a recurrency training under MARINA ______. M.C. 171 Under R.A. 8544, a chairperson of the PRC is appointed by the President of the Philippines. Which of the following statement is correct? must be a former member of any board of PRC _______ refers to the territorial jurisdiction under the control, supervision or ownership of the Philippine Ports Authority Port Zone Limits Which of the following refers to the territorial jurisdiction under the control, supervision or ownership of the Philippine Ports Authority? Port Zone Limits The territorial jurisdiction under the control, supervision or ownership of the PPA is referred to as _______. Port Zone Limits Which of the following agencies is responsible for the markings on loadlines of Phil. Flag vessels? Accredited International Classification Societies Art. 19 Sec. 17 of ITU Radio Rules allocated additional call signs to the phils. which of the following call sign is assigned? 4DA-4IZ

A Phil. Flag vessel which is not normally engaged in international voyage but which is required to undertake a single voyage in exceptional circumstances may be exempted from the requirements of SOLAS 74/78 provided the ship__________. adopts safety requirements that MARINA considers adequate for the voyage. What Section of R.A. 8544 defines the grounds for suspension and revocation of COR and COC? Section 24 I.T.U. Radio Reg. 12-1-1 provides that every ship while at sea, shall maintain a continuous watch on VHF DSC channel 70, in accordance with the requirement of Reg. 7.1.2, she must be fitted with _____________. GMDSS What survey is required of a ship which includes inspection of equipment to ensure that the ship is complying with the requirements of the PMMRR/97? Renewal Survey Regulation ¼ PArt. 93 of PMMRR/97, defines which of the following routes? short international voyages What is the tonnage of vessels that are qualified for exemption from VAT on the importations and local purchase of passenger and/or cargo vessels including engine and spare parts of said vessels? 150 tons and above The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Practical Ship handling The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Personnel Management The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? General Management Skills Training The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Computer Literacy To be exempted from VAT upon importation, the age limit requirement is: 15 years for passenger vessels For non-classed passenger/passenger cargo ships dry docking maybe extended on a monthly basis but not to exceed _______________. 3 months

If a Phil. Flag vessel engaged in domestic trade is required to undertake a single foreign voyage in exceptional circumstances may be exempted from the requirement of SOLAS 74/78 provided the ship ________. adopts safety requirement which MARINA considers adequate for the voyage Agency which prescribes the routes, zones or areas of operations of domestic ship operators is ________. MARINA All domestic ship operators shall have the ________to provide and sustain safe, reliable, efficient and economic passenger or cargo service, or both. financial capacity The size of beds in the first class section of inter-island passenger vessels should be at least ________. 6 x 2 ft Tugboats, dredgers and anchor handling vessels engaged in coastwise voyage between 35 and 100 gross tonnage as required by Chapter XVIII of the PMMRR have a manning requirement which comprises ________. 2 deck and 2 engine personnel High speed crafts under Category A as defined by Reg. XVII/2 of the PMMRR, are passenger crafts carrying not more than ______ passengers. 450 Which of the following certificates is NOT issued by the Phil. Coast Guard? Classification of Hull and Machinery MC 40-2002 of PPA pertains to _______of Harbor Pilots rendering pilotage service to vessels. Performance Ships documented in the Phils. shall be assigned a/an _____________as stipulated in the revised PMMRR. official number Master Mariners in the Philippines are issued COCs that should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses ( in the Philippines ) is not made part of the requirement for COC? General Management Skills Training Master Mariners in the Philippines are issued COCs that should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses ( in the Philippines ) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Practical Shiphandling Filipino seafarers have legal rights coming from two primary sources: the POEA Contract of Employment and the _______. Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipino Act of 1995 To register his ship under Philippine Registry the ship owner must secure first: Ship¶s Identification Number Tanker vessels of 250-500 GRT that are on limited coastwise operation, which of the following can act as Master? Third Mate There are how many toilets and bathrooms are required under MARINA Reg. 65 for Philippine Inter-island vessels? 1 per 50 passengers separate from men and women/children

For the rank of Master for a Philippine registered passenger vessel between 1000 ± 1599 gross tons engaged in coastwise trade the minimum license required is: Chief Mate PMMRR Chapter XVII requires that the master of tugboat of between100 and 250 gross tonnage engaged in coastwise voyage should be at least a licensed: second mate or major patron The policy limiting the right to engage in Philippine Coastwise Trade to be limited to vessels carrying a certificate of Philippine Registry is called _______. Cabotage Vessels engaged in the domestic trade carrying 500 to 2000 passengers and having 12 hours or less voyage duration shall carry ______. one registered nurse or midwife The minimum size required before a vessel can be documented in the Philippines is: 5 net tons The floor area per person of 3,000 GRT and above for officers shall not be less than: 7.5 sqm A Philippine registered vessel shall fly the national flag _____. at all times Field offices which deliver frontline services and are organized into semi-autonomous units of MARINA are the _______. Port District Offices The maritime industry is served by MARINA through the following offices EXCEPT: Board of Marine Inquiry Which formulates, recommends and continuously evaluates and analyzes the broad policies and guidelines, plans and programs of MARINA for the promotion and development of the maritime industry? Planning and Policy Office Which formulates, develops and maintains information systems to support promotion, development, regulation and supervision activities of the Authority and monitoring systems on the implementation of plans, programs, policies and guidelines. Management Information systems Office Motivation is defined ______. factors that cause, channel and sustain¶s people¶s behaviour When a trainee values and appreciates a training program he has attended, this is called: attitude objective Through which level of the organization are data transmitted? lateral relationship Assessment is BEST defined by maritime assessors as: the process of obtaining and comparing evidence of competence with the required standards In order to supply human resources, the management must understand the organization¶s: strategy The human resource management must understand the company¶s _______ in order to supply human resources. strategy Managers who respond to pressure for change by denying that they exist are responding in a _______ way. destructive

Any manager who responds to pressure for change by denying that they exist are responding in a _______ way. destructive The main objective of a prudent mariner is _______. to ensure that the ship reaches its destination safely and efficiently A prudent mariner¶s main objective is _______. to ensure that the ship reaches its destination safely and effectively What the trainee should be able to apply in their workplace when the training is completed is called ______. Job Behavior Objectives Lifeboat alarm is _______. seven short sound signals followed by a long sound signal Abandon ship signal is ______. seven short sound signals followed by one long sound signal After teaching a lesson, one gives quiz to his class. What is this? Formative Test Which of the following quiz is given after teaching a lesson? Formative Test Which of the following Terminal Performance Objectives specify what the trainee should be able to value and appreciate when the training is completed? attitude objective When a training is completed, the trainee should be able to value and appreciate which of the following terminal performance objectives? attitude objectives Onboard training in the use of davit-launched liferafts shall take place at intervals of not more than _______. 4 months Training onboard in the use of davit-launched liferafts shall take place at intervals of not more than _______. 4 months In determining training needs, which of the following ways is used when the trainor simply lists down all subjects that may possibly of help to the personnel concerned? survey Which of the following is used in determining training needs when the trainor simply lists all down the subjects that may possibly of help to the personnel concerned? survey The variance, standard deviation, and range of a process are all measures of: partition values Managers respond in a _______ way when they respond to pressure for change and deny that they exist. destructive In a matrix structure, _______ are created as the need for them arises. project teams Which are created in a matrix structure as the need arises? project teams Which is/are not supportive of the development of creative thinking? open classroom atmosphere

Onboard training in the use of davit-launched liferafts shall take place at intervals of not more than ______. 4 months Training in the use of davit-launched liferafts onboard shall take place at intervals of not more than _______. 4 months What is the basis of a manager making a choice of objectives? effectiveness The basis of a manager making a choice of objectives is _______. effectiveness An accurate perception of the operational and environmental conditions affecting the vessel during a specific period of time is called ______. situational awareness Which role does the teacher play when he sets desirable learning activities for the individual learner and takes responsibility of matching available resources with the needs of each learner? counselor and consultant of learning In order to make Onboard Pollution Training to work it is important _______. it is continuous and stresses safe and pollution free operations Which of the following has its strength immediate feedback? laboratory method Which teaching method is intended primarily for skill and concept mastery by way of practice? project The teaching method intended primarily for skill and concept mastery by way of practice is ________. project Which questioning practice will promote more class interaction? asking rhetorical questions Which of the following will promote more class interaction? asking rhetorical questions What the trainee will do at the end of the training that he cannot do before is called: behavioral objective Which of the following objectives will a trainee to at the end of the training that he cannot do before? behavioral objective For facts to be useful in research, it is best to ______. select, classify and summarize them In order for facts to be useful in research, it is best to _______. select, classify and summarize them A passenger vessel must have an emergency squad when _______. the size of the crew permits When can a passenger vessel required to have an emergency squad? when the size of the crew permits A thorough investigation would include all of the following, EXCEPT: identify the symptoms Making a thorough investigation would include the following EXCEPT: identify the symptoms

Basically there are three stages in the task of organizing a training program. Which of the following is NOT involved? monitoring stage Which of the following is NOT involved in the task of organizing a training program? monitoring stage In developing the curriculum of a training program, which of the following Job Objectives come FIRST? determine program structure The following is/are part/s of the rational process. identifying the symptoms of the problem Which of the following is/are part/s of the rational process? identifying the symptoms of the problem Which is NOT within the scope of organizing a training program? monitoring stage Which of the following is part of organizing a training program? all of these The trainee must exhibit a performance when assessment takes place at the end of the training program. This is called ______. Terminal Performance Objective The performance exhibited by the trainee during assessment at the end of the training program is called _______. Terminal Performance Objective This is a particular scope for instructional objective which deals with how a trainee should know about something in relation to the training program. affective objective An instructional objective which deals with how a trainee should know about something in relation to the training program is ______. affective objective Which of the following is NOT required under shipboard familiarization? location of fire alarm signals Shipboard familiarization requires the following EXCEPT: location of fire alarm signals Human resource management does not deal with _______. production Human resource management deals with the following EXCEPT: production Expectations and desired outcomes which reflect the philosophy, broad direction and general purposes of an education/training system is called _______. education aims What would you call the expectations and desired outcomes reflecting the philosophy, broad direction and general purpose of an education system? educational aims The 4 basic steps in planning are ________. set goals, examine resources, identify aids and barriers, develop course of action

Which of the following is NOT a component of an instructional objective? indicate desired terminal behavior What particular scope of instructional objective deals with how a trainee should know about something in relation to the training program? affective objective A thorough investigation should include all of the following aspects EXCEPT: identifying the symptoms Which statement is primarily used as base line data from which the more specific instructional objective can be developed? Educational Objective A superior¶s rating of subordinates is the MOST frequently used _______. appraisal approach A superior rates a subordinate by the MOST commonly used _______. appraisal approach The ______ involved with the principle of respect for persons include taking them seriously. criteria Which implies that we determine the extent of some characteristics associated with something, e.g. a person or an object? measurement That we determine the extent of some characteristics associated with something, e.g. a person or an object implies _______. measurement When we determine the extent of some characteristics associated with something, e.g. a person or an object implies ________. measurement Goals and actions refer to the management function of _______. planning The correct action of three crewmembers discovering a fire is: one reports the fire, the other fights the fire, the other secures the place What would be the correct action of three crewmembers discovering a fire? one reports the fire, the other fights the fire, the other secures the place If three crewmembers discover a fire, what would be their BEST action? one reports the fire, the other fights the fire, the other secure the place Accomplishment of objective is a measure of a/an _______. managerial performance The measure of an accomplishment of objective is a/an _______. managerial performance If the objective of a training is accomplished, this measure is _______. managerial performance Which of the following types of tests is considered less objective? Essay Type PRC uses a ³Multiple Choice Type´ test in the licensure examination. Which of the following is the LEAST likely reason why PRC uses this type of test? It is a type that requires extended answers with ³open-minded´ questions

Which of the following would BEST define the term ³Assessment´ from the point of view of maritime assessors? It is the process of obtaining and comparing evidence of competence with the standards Which describes the necessary checks and balances in the assessment system. verification Some of assessor¶s pitfalls are the following EXCEPT: lack of certain standards In assessment, the major strength of using historical evidence is the _____ of the evidence available. I. Quantity II. Quality both I & II Individualized teaching method that makes use of workbooks, teaching machines or computers is _______. Programmed instruction Development of creative thinking is supported by Brainstorming technique The following go with an integrated teaching strategy EXCEPT: Isolated bits of information If you give a quiz to your class after teaching a lesson. What do you give? Formative test The following are supportive of the development of creative thinking EXCEPT Open classroom atmosphere This refers to a teacher helping a colleague grow professionally? Technology transfer For mastery of learning and in line with the Outcome-Based Evaluation model which element should be present? Construction of criterion-referenced tests Which of the following teacher's objective taps higher mental functioning? Compare and contrast butterflies from moths. Which of the following works against collaborative teaching? "Knee-to-knee" seat arrangement by group The advantage of point system of grading is: It is qualitative. Which of the following supportive of the development of creative thinking? Authoritarian teacher On IQ test which of the following is WRONG ? measures fixed potential Which of the following are steps of the goal-oriented instructional model arranged in order? preassessment, specification of objectives, instruction, evaluation What do we encourage our trainees to think creatively? Do "outside-the-box" thinking The recent educational development relating with perenialism is: Individualizing the learning experience and activities The following are processes of creative thinking EXCEPT: Curiosity

To be useful in research, it is BEST to _____. select, clasify, and summarize them Which of the following questions demands the highest level of thinking? How should you present a report in class? With objectives in the affective domain in mind, under what level does "developing a consistent philosophy of life" fall? Characterization Which of the following is supportive of the development of creative thinking? Convergent questions Which of the following has a stronger diagnostic value? Restricted and non-restricted essay test Which is the concluding part of the three-level approach? Facts level The teaching method intended primarily for skill and concept mastery by way of practice is _______. Project When a teacher connects the new lesson to the one just completed so that the student may gain a holistic view of the subject, what psychological principle is invoked? Conceptualization Which of the following is FALSE on collaborative learning? Success of the group depends on one diligent student. On what theory is a teacher¶s belief based that every learner can be helped to achieve his full potential and functions effectively in society when we satisfy his needs? Cognitive psychology Which will promote more class interaction? Asking rhetorical questions The functions that are associated with the left brain are _______. Verbal, visual, intuitive When a teacher gives indigenous achievement test to his 25 students, consisting of 50 items, and wants to classify his students' performance based on the test result, what is the appropriate measure of central tendency? Mean The LEAST brain-compatible is ______. Detecting error in the computer program. Which of the following will a "mastery learner" learns best from? debates Which does not affect the variability of test scores? Test items that every examinee gets correctly Which is most effective with social development in mind? Puzzle In developing scientific thinking and problem-solving skills, which activity will be most appropriate? Role play What does TOS in test construction mean? Table of Specifications To diagnose student's difficulties in written communication skills. Which should be used? Short written response

The role(s) that a teacher play when he sets desirable learning activities for the individual learner and takes the responsibility of matching available resources with the needs of each learner is/are: Counselor and consultant of learning What does concurrent validity require? peer consultation Which has its strength immediate feedback? Laboratory method The instructional material closest to direct experience is _______. Film showing A sound classroom management practice is _______. Avoid establishing routines; routines make your students robots. Students shall identify the strengths and weaknesses of an event. What shall they use? Compare/Contrast matrix Which of the following is TRUE to norm-reference testing? Comparing individual's performance to the average performance of a group. Which promotes more class interaction? Asking rhetorical questions Which activity is LEAST effective with the linguistically intelligent group in mind? Manipulatives For a "self-expressive learner" it is best to learn from ___. lectures Under which group does a student belong when he claims: "I cannot see perfection but I long for it so it must be real." ? Pragmatist What would this mean when it is said that a good classroom manager has "eyes on the back of her head."? gives penetrating looks to his students The characteristic of developed, mentally inappropriate practice type of education is: Contextual learning Which does NOT belong to the group in individualized teaching strategies? Independent study Which of the following is NOT included in familiarization onboard? getting used to emergency exits, where they lead to The emergency alarm signal as specified in SOLAS is _______. continuous ringing of the alarm bells You are on watch on LPG vessel that carries liquefied gas in bulk. You are required to have what information about the cargo easily accessible? fire fighting procedures Which of the following poses a danger to safety, property and environment? all of these What kind of Terminal Performance Objectives which specify what the Trainee should be able to apply in their workplace when the training is completed. Job Behavior Objectives

Which is a particular learning scope for instructional objective which is concerned with how a trainee controls or moves his body? Psychomotor Objective To determine training needs. which of the following ways is used when the trainor simply lists down all subjects that may possibly be of help to the personnel concerned? survey For mastery of learning in line with the Outcome-Based Evaluation model, which element should be present? construction of criterion-reference tests Seafarer¶s Medical Examination Certificate is valid for 2 years as per ILO convention in 1946. What ILO Convention NO. is this? 073 As per ILO Convention NO. 86 Sec. 9 of 1990. What is the validity of PEME if not deployed on board? 1 year The validity of Pre-Employment Medical Examination Certificate if not deployed is 90 days. This under what ILO Convention? ILO NO. 86 Sec. 9 The comprised amendment 2 (2001) of the present STCW Code adopted by the Maritime Safety Committee on ____________. December 1998 The comprised Amendment 2 (2001) of the STCW Code was entered into force on _____________. 01 January 2003 Which among the stated grouping does NOT belong to the ship onboard organization? Engineering Level As per STCW Code Amendment 2 (2001). Certificate of Training in PSCRB is mandatory to what seafarers Level? All Levels Under the STCW Code as amended the training of personnel on Ro-Ro Passenger ships [ V2 ] was implemented on _____________. 01 Februa1997 Under the STCW Code as amended the training of personnel on Passenger ships other than Ro-Ro ships [ V3 ] was implemented on __________. 01 January 1999 Recognition of Certificates issued by other parties is under WHAT Regulations of the STCW as amended ? Reg. 1/10 An International Pollution Prevention Certificates for the carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk issued to vessels is valid for a period of; 5 Years As per Advisory to Shipping NO. A-35-2004, mandatory use of the EDCS was implemented on July 1, 200.What does EDCS means? Electronic Data Collection System What is the measured overall size of a ship which is determined in accordance with the provisions of the International Tonnage Convention(69)? Gross Tonnage The Plimsoll line is in the same level of ___________ in the load line markings. Summer waterline

After deducting non-earning spaces from your Gross tonnage of your vessel will obtain your __________. Registered Tonnage As per SOLAS Regulation, the capacity rate of ships emergency fire pumps shall be _________. 25 cuM/hour As per SOLAS Regulation, the minimum Fuel supply for fast Rescue Boat shall last for ____________. 4 hours To obtain the lifeboat capacity, the average weight of a person in the calculation shall be ___________per person. 75 kgs. ____________ is a routine measure comprising an area within the defined limits where the ships must navigate with particular caution and within which the direction of Traffic flow is recommended. Precautionary area As per MARPOL Regulation ³New Tanker´ means a tanker with a building contract after _________. June 1, 1979 What annex of the New MARPOL Regulation prohibits discharging any kind of pollutant to the sea? Annex VI The ISPS Code was Adopted by Contracting Government with Part ³A´ & ³B´. The mandatory requirements & guidance is under the provisions of _______ of the SOLAS as amended. Chapter XI-2 What does ISPS code stands for? International and Port Facility The compliance of ISPS Code will become mandatory on __________as per provisions of Chapter V and XI of SOLAS as Amended. 01July2004 What does A15 stands for as per SOLAS as amended. Automatic Identification System Who is given the authority to carry out assessment for a certification as required by Chapter XI-2 of SOLAS as amended of the ISPS Code? Recognized Security Organization Under which of the following International Conventions is the ISPS Code a part of? SOLAS What was the first ILO Resolution to Internationally Standardized the Seafarers Identity Document? ILO NO. 108 ILO Convention No.185 was adopted in June 2003 to replace ILO Convention No.: NO. 108 When was ILO Convention NO. 185 adopted ? June 2003 What ILO Convention that was adopted to replace ILO Convention NO. 108? ILO NO. 185 ILO Convention NO. 185 was adopted in June 2003. It was ratified by member states to go into force on______________. February 9, 2005

The Carriage of Grain Cargo in Bulk come under what International Regulations? SOLAS 74, Chapter V1 Which one among the list, is one of the minimum requirements in IMO Grain Cargo Rules? any shifting of grain must not result in a list of not more than 12 °. Which among the following list of ship that does not require an International Load line Certificate? Ships built before 21July1968 and less than 150 GRT. When was the implementation period for SOLAS vessels required to carry AIS Class A equipment? July 1, 2004 Under SOLAS Regulation, all ships fitted with AIS shall maintain its operation: at all times What is the Resolution of the positioning system required for AIS as per IMO Performance Standard 1/10,000th of a minute of an arc Under Chapter 111 of SOLAS 74, the Maritime Safety adopted the International Life-Saving Appliance Code on_______________. June 1996 Under Chapter 111 of SOLAS Regulation, the amendments of the LSA Code was entered into force on ________________. July 1, 1998 Under SOLAS 74 as amended, what chapter requires the provisions for International Standards for Life Saving Appliances? Chapter 111 What ILO Convention refers to the development of guidelines and standard format of working arrangements and hours of works and rest of seafarers? NO. 180 Seafarers Hour¶s of work and Manning of Ships Convention is also known as; ILO Convention NO. 180 Under Article 5 of ILO Convention NO. 180.The maximum hours of work in any 24 hrs. period shall not exceed 14 hrs Under Article 5 of ILO Convention NO. 180.The minimum hours of rest for any 24 hrs. period shall not exceed 10 hrs Fitness for duty was established and enforce under Regulation __________ of STCW 78 as amended. VIII/1 Under IMDG Code Class 6 is poisonous substance Under the New Regulation. What does SOLAS Chapter XI-1 deals with? Special measures to enhance Maritime Safety Under the New Regulation. What does SOLAS Chapter XI-2 deals with? Special measures to enhance Maritime Safety

As per new SOLAS Regulation. Every life craft shall be constructed to be capable of withstanding exposure in all sea conditions for how many days? 30 days Chapter V of SOLAS Regulation deals with: Safety of Navigation ILO Convention NO. 180 provides the instruction in respect of seafarers Hours or rest and the Manning of Ships. When and was this adopted by the ILO? 1966,Geneva What is the gross tonnage of your ship if the total volume of all enclosed spaces is 45,000 M3 and value of K1 as tabulated in appendix 2 of the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships is 0.2931? 13,189.5 GT If the gross tonnage of you ship is 34,500 Ton. What is the total volume of all enclosed spaces if the value of K1 as tabulated in appendix 2 of the International Convention on tonnage Measurement of Ships is 0.30237? 114,125.04 M3 The International Convention on Tonnage Measurements of Ships (1969), came into force on ___________. 1971 The International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships (1969), applies to ____________. new ships The Convention on the High Seas (Geneva,1958) comprises ____________. Freedom of Navigation The Convention on the High Seas (Geneva,1958) comprises ____________. All these freedoms can be exercised under the Convention Article 90 of the United Nations on the Law of the Sea,1982 is about _________. Right of Navigation What particular Article of the United Nation Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982 requires that ³Every State shall effectively exercise its and control in administrative, technical and social matters over ships flying its flag´? Article 94 Chapter IV of the International Conference on Salvage (1989) is about Salvage ³Claims and Actions´. What is NOT a condition for a salvage claim? the salvors must save or attempt to save any life in peril Who is considered competent to pronounce the withdrawal of a master¶s certificate as stipulated in the Convention on the High Seas 1958? The state that issued the certificate This is known as the 1988 SOLAS protocol. International Conference on seafarer¶s certificate Prevention of Pollution by Sewage and Prevention of Pollution by Garbage were addressed by __________. MARPOL 78 Protocol Any overloaded ship maybe detained without prejudice to any legal proceedings until she _________. ceases to be overload

This is the type of survey as defined by the Harmonized system of Ship Survey and Certification 1988 that involves a general inspection of the items they have been maintained and satisfactory for the service for which the ship is intended. Annual Survey At present, the international load line certificate assigned to vessels, complies with the convention of ___________. 1966 Gross Tonnage indicates the vessel¶s __________ volume in cubic feet The weight of the cargo inside the box as stated in the manifest is _____________. gross weight The jurisdictional power of coastal states is regulated by what treaty? UNCLOS ¶82 This supplement a SOLAS cargo ship safety equipment certificate. Record of Equipment Form E As stated in Section II, Article 3 of the Geneva Convention (1958), what is considered as the normal base for measuring the breadth of the territorial sea along the coast? low-water line The Amendment to STCW 1978 Convention adopted in 1991 relates to: Adoption of the global maritime distress and safety system Most provisions reflected in the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) require that all flag states ³ take account of´, ³give effect to´, or ³implement´ the relevant rules and standards developed by the __________. International Maritime Organization What treaty regulates the jurisdictional power of Coastal States? UNCLOS/82 International Conventions concerned with maritime law will normally NOT be made by which of the following organization? World Trade Organization (WTO) What makes the OPA-90 different from other internationally recognized laws? The possibility of unlimited liability With regards to OPA-90, what may be the consequences of unlimited liability? That the P & I will only cover US$500 +200 million and additional expenses With regards to OPA-90, what can lead to ³unlimited liability´? willful conduct, gross negligence violation of federal safety OPA-90 is applicable to which of the following vessels? All types of vessels With regards to OPA-90, what type of vessel shall carry approved VRP? vessels carrying oil cargo What does VRP means? vessel response plan Are there any exception from OPA-90? Yes, transit passage through U.S. waters to a non U.S. port With regards to OPA-90 Notification requirements. Which of the following statements is TRUE? Notify as soon as you have knowledge of a spill, or threat of a spill

What is OOPT as described by OPA-90? An emergency team that is drilled in pollution prevention tasks With regards to OPA-90, what is the main purpose of the Oil Transfer Procedure Safety meeting? To coordinate operation, safety and emergency routines What is the top priority if an incident occurs in the U.S. waters as required by OPA-90? Safety of Ship and crew The training and drills of OPA-90 as regards to Shipboard Emergency Drills must be carried out at least _________. once a month With regards to training and drills requirement of OPA-90,COTP can request ____. unannounced drills at anytime With regards to SOPEP, what is a risk profile? It is the total amount of risk factors related to your vessels. A disabled vessel is in danger of grounding. The Master agrees to salvage services in accordance with Lloyd⠌s Standard Form of Salvage Agreement. Which of the following is true? The salvage basis service is on a â no cure â ³ no payâ A legal claim placed on a ship, its equipment or cargo for the satisfaction of a debt or a fulfillment of a duty is termed ________. Maritime lien MV ³Ramona´ has been chartered to the Indian Steamship Company. The Indian Steamship agrees to pay all expenses and employ and pay the crew, what type of charter party is involved? Bareboat Charter Party The owners of MV ³Far Suez´ agree to a charter party with the Kawasaki Shipping Co. The owners stipulate in the charter party that the regular Master must be employee as the vessel¶s Master for the entire life of the contract. What kind of charter party has been concluded? Time Charter A vessel is under time charter. The Master responsibility is __________________. to the owner of the vessel for administration and to the charterer for cargo operation and schedule A vessel has a charter party in which the charterer assures no responsibility for the operation of the vessel but pays stevedoring expense. What is the name of the charter party? Voyage ³Dead Freight´ is the charge for the: difference in the amount of cargo loaded and the amount of cargo discharged The difference in the amount of cargo loaded and the amount of cargo booked, through no fault of the vessel is known as _________. Dead freight A rider clause in the charger party requires a vessel¶s owner to pay dispatch money when the vessel _________. loads and discharges its cargo in less time than specified The time allowed in a charter party for loading and discharging cargo is referred to as: laydays

A charterer is unable to complete the loading of a vessel during the laytime specified in the governing charter parts. Under this circumstances, the__________. vessel¶s owner can collect demurrage The charterer has completed loading the vessel in 3 days instead of the 5 days agreed in the charter parts. As a consequence, the _______________. charterer may receive dispatch money When the vessel¶s owners deliver the vessel to the charterers at a specified date & time, the owner¶s are said to be ________the vessel. tendering A vessel enroute to Durban, Africa from Antwerp, Belgium makes an unscheduled call at Las Palmas. What term is used to denote the voluntary departure from the planned route Deviation While enroute from Japan to Long Beach a fire has damaged 50 cartons of canned sardines on a ship loaded with general cargo. This claim would come under ______. Particular Average A vessel while enroute to a dry dock sand. Under these circumstances, the vessel¶s owner can claim _____________. Actual total loss A vessel has been damaged by fire. The survey showed that the cost of repairs will exceed the value of the repaired vessel. This is an example of ____________. a constructive loss The Hamburg Rules relates to ___________. Carriage of Goods by Sea Under the ?CMI Rules for the Electronic Transfer of Rights to Goods in Transit (1990)?, EDI means _____. Electronic Data Interchange Under the ³CMI Rules for the Electronic Transfer of Rights to Goods in Transit (1990)´, this means any technically appropriate form which the parties may agree for securing the authentication and integrity of a transmission. Private key Rule I of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to ________. Jettison of Cargo Rule II of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to ________. Damage by Jettison & Sacrifice for the common safety Rule VI of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to ________. Salvage Rule X of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to ________. Expenses at Port of Refuge, etc. Rule XV of the York-Antwerp Rules 1974 as amended in 1990 relates to ________. Loss of freight Which Chapter of SOLAS 74/78 was expanded to accommodate the ISPS Code? Chapter XI ISPS Code stands for _____________. International Ship & Port Facility Security Code When is the periodical inspection in connection w/ the Ship¶s Loadline Certificate held? Within three months of the anniversary date of the completion of the initial Survey

This is gross tonnage less ³deducted spaces´ which are theoretically non-earning spaces. Registered tonnage The loadline mark indicates the vessel¶s ___________. PL What do the letter marked on each side of the ring of the Plimsoll mark of a ship signify? Initials of the loadline assigning authority If a vessel of 100 meters or less in length is routed from Ireland to Newfoundland in winter, what loadline markings will apply? W.N.A. marks What documents is issued to the owner when her ship has been surveyed and duly marked application and payment of fees have been done? W.N.A marks When a ship has been surveyed & duly marked, there shall be issued to the owner, on his application & on payment of fees, a document which is called ____________. Loadline Certificate Regulation 7 of the new chapter IV of SOLAS makes it a requirement for ships to carry a/an _____________. Emergency position indicating radio beacons The concept of Port State Control is enshrined in Chapter I, part B, regulation 19 of the __________Convention as amended. SOLAS 1974 What IMO convention requires all ships to carry ³Minimum Safe Manning Document?´ SOLAS 74 A SOLAS Certificate issued to a vessel w/ a capacity to carry 12 passengers, after inspection & survey that certifies that the ship has been surveyed in accordance w/ the requirements of regulation 1/7 of the convention as regards the structure, main & auxiliary machinery, boilers, water tight subdivision arrangements & loadlines. Passenger Ship Safety Certificate The exact & complete identification of all cargo on board must be found on the __________. Cargo Manifest A phrased used in connection w/ maritime transportation w/c refers to dangers incident to roadsteads where vessels ride at anchor. It is a state peril in bills of lading & charter parties. Danger of Roads In general practice ship owners do not deal directly with his underwriters, but negotiates through ____________ to effect hull insurances. Insurance brokers In actual practice, as a measure in determining when the vessel is a constructive total loss, it is common for insurance policies to provide for the _____________ value, to be substituted for the repaired value. insured When an assured wishes to claim for constructive total loss of her vessel that run aground, it is necessary for her to tender notice of _____________to her insurers abandonment A charter party clause w/c refers to the maximum & minimum amount of fuel remaining on board on delivery & redelivery of a vessel. Bunker clause The Hague Rules relates to _______. Owner¶s Cargo liability under Bills of Lading

Cargo contaminated due to failure to provide clean holds prior to loading is an example of : lack of due diligence P & I Insurance is basically ____________. a third party liability insurance Which of the following protection risks is caused by P & I? I. Liabilities relating to death & personal injury II. Liabilities relating to wreck removal & pollution Both I & II In relation to P & I Insurance, which of the following premiums are fixed? Premium for a vessel entered for charterers account How often are the P & I Club¶s Statutes & Rules revised? annually What are the owners of ship¶s entered in a P & I Insurance called? members Which of the following statements regarding P & I Insurance is incorrect? P & I Insurance includes strike insurance. In relation to P & I Insurance, which of the following factors will not influence the premium? The owners nationality What should the master do if a surveyor or lawyer acting for cargo interests requests access to the vessel? Contact P & I Insurance correspondent & wait for advice What should the master do when a defect in the ship is discovered? He should initiate corrective actions Is it the master¶s responsibility to ensure that the cargo is carried carefully? Yes When should the Master release the cargo to the consignee w/o the production of the Bills of Lading? When owners have given the master explicit permission What should the master do if an injured person¶s life is in danger? Consider diverting the ship nearest suitable port to obtain proper medical treatment Why should stowaway be guarded on board the ship? To prevent them from escaping the ship, as owners maybe liable to pay heavy fines if they succeed What can happen to a ship owner if a stowaway is successful in escaping the ship? The owner has no responsibility P & I Insurance means: Protection & Indemnity Insurance P & I Insurance covers: Third party liabilities Which of the following is NOT covered by P & I Insurance against liabilities arising, in direct connection w/ the operation of the vessel? ship chandlers

Risks covered by P & I: I. Protection Risks, personal injury claims II. Protection Risks, Vessel & other Property III. Indemnity Risks I,II & III Which P & I Insurance cover, covers a financial interest that the shipper may have on the vessel beyond the insured value? Hull & Freight Interest Which P & I Insurance cover, covers physical damage to or loss of vessel & equipment? Hull & Machinery To ³indemnify´ is to: compensate Whenever pollution occur the vessel¶s staff & the master should evaluate the situation & determine how best to limit the pollution & contain the spill. The action to be taken should be referred to I. Vessel Response Plan II. SOPEP, for details I and/or II Why is it so important to ensure that the description of the goods in the Bill of Lading is correct? I. Because the issuance of a clean B/L for damaged goods constitute a fraud II. Because the B/L becomes conclusive evidence once it has been endorsed to a third party. both I & II Why is it so important to ensure that the description of the goods in the Bill of Lading is correct? I. Because the shipper would otherwise not be able to collect the letter of credit II. Because the B/L becomes conclusive evidence once it has been endorsed to a third party II only Why is it so important to ensure that the description of the goods in the Bill of Lading is correct? I. Because the carrier may not be able to collect freight II. Because the issuance of a clean B/L for damaged goods constitute a fraud II only The ownership of a consignment of timber is in dispute. At discharging port, a holder of one original Bill of Lading requests the cargo. Should the Master deliver the cargo to this person? I. Yes, the Master is bound to deliver the cargo II. No, the Master should request the surrender of all original Bills of Lading II only is correct The ownership of a consignment of timber is in dispute. At discharging port, a holder of one original Bill of Lading requests the cargo. Should the Master deliver the cargo to this person? I. Yes, if the shipper agrees II. Yes, if owners have been paid freight I & II are both incorrect During the sea voyage from Durban to Kobe the vessel experienced weather up to force 10 in the Beaufort Scale. The floating pontoons in TD NO. 2 broke its lashings & caused considerable damage to general cargo stowed in TD NO. 2 Is the ship liable for the damage to the cargo? I. The ship is liable in view of the carrier¶s obligation to exercise that the cargo is carried w/o being damaged II. The ship is not liable as the lashings used to secure the pontoons broke because they were old & in the master¶s view should have been replaced long time ago. I is correct A few days after departure from Abidjan on a voyage to Rotterdam the vessel¶s officers discovered a stowaway hiding in the port lifeboat. Which of the following information should the master ask from the stowaway? Place of birth of the stowaway A few days after departure from Abidjan on a voyage to Rotterdam the vessel¶s officers discovered a stowaway hiding in the port lifeboat. Which of the following information should the master ask from the stowaway? Date of birth of the stowaway

A few days after departure from Abidjan on a voyage to Rotterdam the vessel¶s officers discovered a stowaway hiding in the port lifeboat. Which of the following information should the master ask from the stowaway? Name of his parents A few days after departure from Abidjan on a voyage to Rotterdam the vessel¶s officers discovered a stowaway hiding in the port lifeboat. Which of the following information should the master ask from the stowaway? Place & Date of birth of his parents A few days after departure from Abidjan on a voyage to Rotterdam the vessel¶s officers discovered a stowaway hiding in the port lifeboat. Which of the following information should the master ask from the stowaway? His postal & residential address What is the correct treatment that should be given to the stowaway when he is in the custody of the vessel? Contact w/ the ship¶s crew must be kept to the minimum throughout the entire voyage In most cases the resettlement of refugees rescued at sea is arranged through the auspices of w/c UN agency? UNHCR Whenever a collision w/ another vessel occurs all actions should be focused on I. Saving life II. Securing the vessel & her cargo Both I & II is correct Your vessel collided w/ another vessel. Which of the following sequence of actions should the Master do FIRST? Establish contact w/ another vessel Your vessel collided w/ another vessel. Which of the following sequence of actions should the Master give first priority? Establish damage extend on own vessel This is note by the marine insurance broker to the insured after the original ship has been initiated for the total sum required. It has no legal force until the policy has been issued. Cover note This is customary charge in certain North African ports for the use of jetty & usually levied on the net register tonnage of the ship. Accostage This is a term used in the coal trade in earning the margin of profit that a merchant puts on his setting price. Fittage Hamburg Rules was enforced in ________. 1974 This clause in a policy provides that in the event of actual or constructive total loss, no claim shall be made by the underwriters for freight whether notice of abandonment has been given or not. freight abandonment clause abandonment notice clauses. A cargo exception would appear on w/c of the following? Bill of Lading Republic Act 9295 is also known as The Domestic Shipping Act of 2004 What is the Domestic Shipping Act of 2004? R.A. 9295

At present, there are how many classification societies accredited by MARINA? four The Domestic equivalent of the STCW being implemented by MARINA is called: Qualification Documents certificate Under the present system, what gov¶t agency is conducting the Licensure Examination of Major & Minor Patron? MARINA The issuance of License of the Philippine domestic Harbor Pilots is under the jurisdiction of: MARINA What gov¶t agency conducts the Licensure Examination of the Harbor Pilots? MARINA Which of the following agencies is responsible for the markings on loadlines of Phil. Flag vessels? Accredited International Classification Societies Art. 19 Sec. 17 of ITU Radio Rules allocated additional call signs to the Phils. Which of the following call sign is assigned? 4DA-4IZ Under which of the following circumstances would a ship Master effect the filing of sea protest? when there is heavy weather and there is suspicion damage on vessel or cargo A Phil. Flag vessel which is not normally engaged in international voyage but which is required to undertake a single voyage in exceptional circumstances may be exempted from the requirements of SOLAS 74/78 provided the ship________________. adopts safety requirements that MARINA considers adequate for the voyage. What Section of R.A. 8544 defines the grounds for suspension and revocation of COR and COC? Section 24 Cancellation of special Dispensation of Certificates issued by PRC is under the Provision of Section ____________ of the R.A. 8544? 24 Which of the following Government Agency issues a Certificate of Ownership to a Phil. Flag vessel? MARINA What is the period of validity of Deratting Certificate issued locally? 6 months I.T.U. Radio Reg. 12-1-1 provides that every ship while at sea , shall maintain a continuous watch on VHF DSC channel 70, in accordance with the requirement of Reg. 7.1.2, she must be fitted with _____________. GMDSS Station Pursuant to Reg. 1/6 Par. 1 of PMMRR, the inspection of firefighting and lifesaving appliances shall be done Annually What survey is required of a ship which includes inspection of equipment to ensure that the ship is complying with the requirements of the PMMRR/97? Renewal Survey Regulation ¼ PArt. 93 of PMMRR/97, defines which of the following routes? short international voyages

As stipulated in PMMRR/97, ship not class shall be dry docked every ______. 2 years Under P.D. 97. How many port of entries are there in the Philippines? 21 Under the new Phil. Maritime Regulation. How many Port District office do we have in the Philippines? 5 Which among the following list of Phil. Government agency govern the administration of our local ports? PPA The Phil. Maritime area of responsibility is under what loading Zone? Tropical Which of the following types of sea craft listed which is governed only by MARINA circulars and exempted from the effect of the PMMRR 97? Motorized boats and outriggers Per ___________ of the PMMRR 97, ships carrying 500 or more passengers and with travel time exceeding 12 hours, shall identify a cabin which can be converted into an emergency isolation room when need arises. Reg. 1/11 The AIS and SSO training and its accreditation is being administer by what Phil. Gov¶t agency? MARINA A vessel exhibiting Quarantine signals shall not be approach with other vessels within a minimum of _______ meters. 200 Which among the following list of PMO¶s does NOT belong to the jurisdiction of PDO Southern Mindanao? ILIGAN Which among the following list of PMO¶s belong to the jurisdiction of PDO Northern Mindanao? ILIGAN Which among the following list of PMO¶s belong to the jurisdiction of PDO Southern Luzon? BATANGAS Which one among the following list of PMO¶S does NOT belong to the jurisdiction of PDO Northern Luzon? BATANGAS How many Port District Office in Luzon Island? 2 When was the Cebu Port Authority created into Law? 26 June 1992 What Law created the Philippine Port Authority? PD 857 Which of the following list of MARINA circulars provides the provision for the issuance of Qualification Documentation Certificates issued to Domestic seafarers. M.C. 164 The issuance of SRIB is mandated by which MARINA circular? M.C. 163

The New Seafarer Identity Document is under the provision of which among the listed ILO Reg. No.? ILO 185 Which of the following list of MARINA circulars provides the provision for the issuance of Accreditation of Maritime Training Centers offering courses under the ISPS code? M.C. 185 The provisions for the rules on the Accreditation of Maritime Training Centers in the conduct of Training for Domestic Seafarers is under what MARINA circular? M.C. 174 Which of the following list of MARINA circular mandates that all Masters and Chief Mates employed or to be employed on ship¶s below 500 GRT and engaged in domestic traders must take recurrency Training every three years? M.C. 171 MARINA Circular NO. 171 mandated that all Masters and Chief Mates employed in the Philippines Flag vessels of less than 500 GRT and flying domestic trades must take recurrency training every ________. 3 yrs. Enacted into law by PReg. Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo in May 2004 was the Republic Act 9295, otherwise known as the ³Domestic Shipping Act of 2004.´ Which of the following statement is one of the declared policy of the state which is embodied in this law? All these statements are part of declared policy of the state Which of the following statements is one of the declared policy of the state which is embodied in this law? All these statements are part of the declared policy of the state Which of the following statements is one of the declared policy of the state which is embodied in this law? All these statements are part of the declared policy of the state For the purpose of R.A. 9295 this term means ³the sale, barter or exchange of goods within the Philippines.´ Domestic trade For the purpose of R.A. 9295 this term means ³the exchange of materials or products within the Philippines.´ Domestic trade For the purpose of R.A. 9295 this term means ³the license or authority issued by MARINA to a domestic ship operator to engaged in domestic shipping.´ Certificate of Public Convenience For the purpose of R.A. 9295 this term means ³ the overhaul, refurbishment, renovation, improvement of all types of ships.´ ship repair For the purpose of R.A. 9295 this term means, ³the design, construction, launching and outfitting of all types of ships. Shipbuilding Which of the following ³investment incentives´ is provided in R.A. 9295 to insure the continued viability of domestic shipping? All these exemptions are provided as investment incentive under R.A. 9295 Which of the following ?investment incentives? is provided in R.A. 9295 to insure the continued viability of domestic shipping? All these exemptions are provided for in R.A. 9295 as investment incentive

The importation of the articles under Section 4 (a) and (b) of R.A. 9295 shall be granted exemption from VAT subject to which of the following conditions? All these conditions are allowed under R.A. 9295 What is the age limit requirement for vessels in order that it will be exempted from VAT upon importation? 15 years for passenger vessels What is the tonnage of vessels that are qualified for exemption from VAT on the importations and local purchase of passenger and/or cargo vessels including engine and spare parts of said vessels? 150 tons and above Under the investments incentives provision of R.A. 9295, one of the conditions by which the importation of articles is granted exemption from VAT is that approval must be obtained prior to importation by which gov¶t agency? MARINA Under the provisions of R.A. 9295, no franchise, certificate or any other form of authority to carry cargo or passenger in the domestic trade shall be granted to vessels unless the vessel is _______________ owned by domestic ship owners or operators Under the provisions of R.A. 9295, no foreign vessel shall be allowed to transport passengers or cargo between ports or place within the Philippine territorial waters, except upon the grant of special permit by the _________. MARINA What kind of certificate is issued by MARINA to qualified domestic ship operators? Certificate of Public Convenience Authority to operate extended to all types and classes of vessels in the domestic shipping shall be valid for a period of not more than _________ 25 years Who prescribes the routes, zones or areas of operations of domestic ship operators? MARINA Who sets the safety standards for vessels in the domestic trade in accordance with MARINA As prescribed by R.A. 9295, all domestic ship operators shall have the _______ to provide and sustain safe, reliable, efficient and economic passenger or cargo service, or both. financial capacity Who fixes the passenger or cargo rates in the domestic trade as provided for in R.A. 9295? Domestic ship operators Refusal to accept or carry any passenger or cargo without just cause is punishable under what section and chapter of R.A. 9295? Section 16, Chapter VI Failure to obtain or maintain adequate insurance coverage is punishable under what section and chapter of R.A. 9295? Section 16, Chapter VI Failure to meet or maintain safe manning requirement is punishable under what section and chapter of R.A. 9295? Section 16, Chapter VI

Which one among the following Marine Memo Circular created the Qualification Documentation Certificate? MC 164 The Phil. Seafarers Record Identification Book Creation was under what MARINA Memo Circular? MC 163 The Phil. National Standard for Watchkeeping and Certification is under MARINO. Which issues a Documents for competent domestic seafarers working abroad Local traders? This Certificate is called _________. Qualification Documentation Certificate In the area of management what does MIS stands for? Management Information System In the area of management what does DSS stands for? Decision Support System An MIS is not effective unless: The value of its output exceeds its cost In the area of management what does EDP stands for? Electronic Data Processing Which of the following is of the definition of MIS? It provides accurate and timely information The psychological mechanism of blaming difficulties on someone or something else is called _________. Projection When an organization implements an MIS, operating managers suffers anxiety from: loss of control of information By including operations managers in decisions regarding the disposition of information and possible job modification an organization is attempting to facilitate ________. Participation Career management is ultimately the responsibility of the __________. individual Basically there are three stages in the task of organizing a training program. Which of the following stages is NOT involved? Monitoring Stage If you are the Curriculum Developer and Director of a training program, which of the following General Job Objectives should come FIRST? Establish behavioral or learning objectives for programs If you are the Curriculum Developer and Director of a training program, which of the following Job Objectives should come FIRST? Determine program structure In determining training needs which of the following techniques is used to measure knowledge, skills, or even attitudes? Testing In determining training needs which of the following ways is used when the trainor simply lists down all subjects that may possibly be of help to the personnel concerned? Survey The two general criteria in prioritizing training needs and problems are importance and urgency. The first priority is given to: I. training needs which are both urgent and important; II. training needs which are urgent but relatively less important I only

Statements of expectations and desired outcomes which reflect the philosophy, broad direction and general purposes of an education/training system is called ________. Education Aims Statements primarily used as a point of departure for base line data from which the more specific instructional objective can be develop are termed _________. Educational Objectives This term states a goal and what behavioral performance or activity the trainee will be doing when he has achieved the goal of a particular educational objective. Instructional objective A well-written instructional objective should have three components. Which of the following is NOT one of these components? Indicate desired terminal behavior There are three learning scope for instructional objectives. Which of the following objectives is NOT part of these learning scope? Enabling Objectives This is a particular learning scope for instructional objectives which deals with what a trainee should know, understand or comprehend. Cognitive Objective This is a particular learning scope for instructional objective which deals with how a trainee should about something in relation to the training program. Affective Objective This is a particular learning scope for instructional objective which is concerned with how a trainee controls or moves his body. Psychomotor Objective A subdivision of Instructional Objectives where the trainees must exhibit a performance when assessment takes place at the end of the training program Terminal Performance Objective This is a kind of Terminal Performance Objectives which specify what the trainee should be able to value and appreciate when the training program is completed Attitude Objective This is a kind of Terminal Performance Objectives which specify what the trainee should be able to know and understand when the training program is completed. Knowledge Objective This is a kind of Terminal Performance Objectives which specify what the trainee should be able to do and perform when the training program is completed. Skills Objective This is a kind of Terminal Performance Objectives which specify what the trainee should be able to apply in their workplace when the training is completed. Job Behavior Objectives This is a kind of Terminal Performance Objectives which specify what the trainee should redound to organization when the training is completed. Ultimate Values Objectives This is a kind of training objective, which consists of small bits of learning. It tells explicitly what the trainee will do at the end of the training that he could not do before. Behavioral Objective A kind of teaching- learning principle where the trainee must see why he should study something. perceived purpose

A kind of teaching- learning principle where the trainee must proceed step by step and each step must be in some way more difficult than the previous step. graduated sequence A kind of teaching- learning principle where the trainees should be given the opportunity to learn in the way best suited to him. Individual differentiation Which of the following is FALSE about organizational charts? All organizations utilize such charts Which of the following is a DISADVANTAGE of organizational charts? They do not clearly show an organization¶s informal relationships Organization by _______ brings together in one department all those engaged in one related activities. Function In a matrix organization _________are permanent. functional departments In a matrix structure, ______ are created as the need for them arises. project teams Which of the following is a DISADVANTAGE of a matrix organization? Members require some expertise in interpersonal relations A ________is the means by which data are transmitted across the levels of the organization. lateral relationship Management experts believed that efficient and effective organizations had a hierarchical structure called __________. Bureaucracy The main purpose in providing crew members with a station card is to _________. specify their duties The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Practical Ship handling The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Personnel Management The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? General Management Skills Training The Certificate of Competence (COC) issued to Master Mariners in the Philippines should demonstrate theory of operation of the ship mainly from a safety and legal points of view. Which of the following training courses (in the Philippines) is not made part of the requirement for COC? Computer Literacy

Which of the following types of tests is considered less objective? Essay Type PRC uses a ³Multiple Choice Type´ test in the licensure examination. Which of the following is the LEAST likely reason why PRC uses this type of test? It is a type that requires extended answers with ³open-minded´ questions Which of the following would BEST define the term ³ Assessment´ from the point of view of maritime assessors? It is the process of obtaining and comparing evidence of competence with the standards When a vessel is detained in isolation until free from any contagious diseases among the crew, this period is called: Quarantine ______ describes the necessary checks and balances in the assessment system. verification In accordance with the STCW Code, a person conducting in-service assessment on board shall have an appropriate level of knowledge and understanding of the ______ to be assessed. competence Some of assessor¶s pitfalls are the following EXCEPT: lack of certain standards In assessment, the major strength of using historical evidence is the _____ of the evidence available. I. Quantity II. Quality both I & II Seafarer¶s Medical Examination Certificate is valid for 2 years as per ILO convention in 1946. What ILO Convention NO. is this? 073 As per ILO Convention NO. 86 Sec. 9 of 1990. What is the validity of PEME if not deployed on board? 1 year The validity of Pre-Employment Medical Examination Certificate if not deployed is 90 days. This under what ILO Convention? ILO NO. 86 Sec. 9 The comprised amendment 2 (2001) of the present STCW Code adopted by the Maritime Safety Committee on ____________. December 1998 The comprised Amendment 2 (2001) of the STCW Code was entered into force on _____________. 01 January 2003 Which among the stated grouping does NOT belong to the ship onboard organization? Engineering Level As per STCW Code Amendment 2 (2001). Certificate of Training in PSCRB is mandatory to what seafarers Level? All Levels Under the STCW Code as amended the training of personnel on Ro-Ro Passenger ships [ V2 ] was implemented on _____________. 01 Februa1997 Under the STCW Code as amended the training of personnel on Passenger ships other than Ro-Ro ships [ V3 ] was implemented on __________. 01 January 1999

Recognition of Certificates issued by other parties is under WHAT Regulations of the STCW as amended ? Reg. 1/10 An International Pollution Prevention Certificates for the carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk issued to vessels is valid for a period of; 5 Years As per Advisory to Shipping NO. A-35-2004, mandatory use of the EDCS was implemented on July 1, 200.What does EDCS means? Electronic Data Collection System What is the measured overall size of a ship which is determined in accordance with the provisions of the International Tonnage Convention(69)? Gross Tonnage The Plimsoll line is in the same level of ___________ in the load line markings. Summer waterline After deducting non-earning spaces from your Gross tonnage of your vessel will obtain your __________. Registered Tonnage As per SOLAS Regulation, the capacity rate of ships emergency fire pumps shall be _________. 25 cuM/hour As per SOLAS Regulation, the minimum Fuel supply for fast Rescue Boat shall last for ____________. 4 hours To obtain the lifeboat capacity, the average weight of a person in the calculation shall be ___________per person. 75 kgs. ____________ is a routine measure comprising an area within the defined limits where the ships must navigate with particular caution and within which the direction of Traffic flow is recommended. Precautionary area As per MARPOL Regulation ³New Tanker´ means a tanker with a building contract after _________. June 1, 1979 What annex of the New MARPOL Regulation prohibits discharging any kind of pollutant to the sea? Annex VI The ISPS Code was Adopted by Contracting Government with Part ³A´ & ³B´. The mandatory requirements & guidance is under the provisions of _______ of the SOLAS as amended. Chapter XI-2 What does ISPS code stands for? International and Port Facility The compliance of ISPS Code will become mandatory on __________as per provisions of Chapter V and XI of SOLAS as Amended 01July2004 What does A15 stands for as per SOLAS as amended. Automatic Identification System Who is given the authority to carry out assessment for a certification as required by Chapter XI-2 of SOLAS as amended of the ISPS Code? Recognized Security Organization

Under which of the following International Conventions is the ISPS Code a part of? SOLAS What was the first ILO Resolution to Internationally Standardized the Seafarers Identity Document? ILO NO. 108 ILO Convention No.185 was adopted in June 2003 to replace ILO Convention No.: NO. 108 When was ILO Convention NO. 185 adopted ? June 2003 What ILO Convention that was adopted to replace ILO Convention NO. 108? ILO NO. 185 ILO Convention NO. 185 was adopted in June 2003. It was ratified by member states to go into force on______________. February 9, 2005 The Carriage of Grain Cargo in Bulk come under what International Regulations? SOLAS 74, Chapter V1 Which one among the list, is one of the minimum requirements in IMO Grain Cargo Rules? any shifting of grain must not result in a list of not more than 12 °. Which among the following list of ship that does not require an International Load line Certificate? Ships built before 21July1968 and less than 150 GRT. When was the implementation period for SOLAS vessels required to carry AIS Class A equipment? July 1, 2004 Under SOLAS Regulation, all ships fitted with AIS shall maintain its operation: at all times Under Chapter 111 of SOLAS 74, the Maritime Safety adopted the International Life-Saving Appliance Code on_______________. June 1996 Under Chapter 111 of SOLAS Regulation, the amendments of the LSA Code was entered into force on ________________. July 1, 1998 Under SOLAS 74 as amended, what chapter requires the provisions for International Standards for Life Saving Appliances? Chapter 111 What ILO Convention refers to the development of guidelines and standard format of working arrangements and hours of works and rest of seafarers? NO. 180 Seafarers Hour¶s of work and Manning of Ships Convention is also known as; ILO Convention NO. 180 Under Article 5 of ILO Convention NO. 180.The maximum hours of work in any 24 hrs. period shall not exceed 14 hrs Under Article 5 of ILO Convention NO. 180.The minimum hours of rest for any 24 hrs. period shall not exceed 10 hrs

Fitness for duty was established and enforce under Regulation __________ of STCW 78 as amended. VIII/1 Under IMDG Code Class 6 is poisonous substance Under the New Regulation. What does SOLAS Chapter XI-1 deals with? Special measures to enhance Maritime Safety Under the New Regulation. What does SOLAS Chapter XI-2 deals with? Special measures to enhance Maritime Safety Every life craft shall be constructed to be capable of withstanding exposure in all sea conditions for how many days? 30 days Chapter V of SOLAS Regulation deals with: Safety of Navigation ILO Convention NO. 180 provides the instruction in respect of seafarers Hours or rest and the Manning of Ships. When and was this adopted by the ILO? 1966 Geneva What is the gross tonnage of your ship if the total volume of all enclosed spaces is 45,000 M3 and value of K1 as tabulated in appendix 2 of the International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships is 0.2931? 13,189.5 GT If the gross tonnage of you ship is 34,500 ToNo. What is the total volume of all enclosed spaces if the value of K1 as tabulated in appendix 2 of the International Convention on tonnage Measurement of Ships is 0.30237? 114,125.04 M3 The International Convention on Tonnage Measurements of Ships (1969), came into force on ___________. 1971 The International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships (1969), applies to ____________. new ships The Convention on the High Seas (Geneva,1958) comprises ____________. Freedom of Navigation The Convention on the High Seas (Geneva,1958) comprises ____________. All these freedoms can be exercised under the Convention Article 90 of the United Nations on the Law of the Sea,1982 is about _________. Right of Navigation What particular Article of the United Nation Convention on the Law of the Sea, 1982 requires that ³Every State shall effectively exercise its and control in administrative, technical and social matters over ships flying its flag´? Article 94 Chapter IV of the International Conference on Salvage (1989) is about Salvage ³Claims and Actions´. What is NOT a condition for a salvage claim? the salvors must save or attempt to save any life in peril

Who is considered competent to pronounce the withdrawal of a master�s certificate as stipulated in the Convention on the High Seas 1958? The state that issued the certificate This is known as the 1988 SOLAS protocol. International Conference on seafarer¶s certificate Prevention of Pollution by Sewage and Prevention of Pollution by Garbage were addressed by __________. MARPOL 78 Protocol Any overloaded ship maybe detained without prejudice to any legal proceedings until she _________. ceases to be overload This is the type of survey as defined by the Harmonized system of Ship Survey and Certification 1988 that involves a general inspection of the items they have been maintained and satisfactory for the service for which the ship is intended. Annual Survey At present, the international load line certificate assigned to vessels, complies with the convention of ___________. 1966 Gross Tonnage indicates the vessel¶s __________ volume in cubic feet The weight of the cargo inside the box as stated in the manifest is _____________. gross weight The jurisdictional power of coastal states is regulated by what treaty? UNCLOS ¶82 This supplement a SOLAS cargo ship safety equipment certificate. Record of Equipment Form E As stated in Section II, Article 3 of the Geneva Convention (1958), what is considered as the normal base for measuring the breadth of the territorial sea along the coast? low-water line The Amendment to STCW 1978 Convention adopted in 1991 relates to: Adoption of the global maritime distress and safety system Most provisions reflected in the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) require that all flag states ³ take account of´, ³give effect to´, or ³implement´ the relevant rules and standards developed by the __________. International Maritime Organization What treaty regulates the jurisdictional power of Coastal States? UNCLOS/82 International Conventions concerned with maritime law will normally NOT be made by which of the following organization? World Trade Organization (WTO) What makes the OPA-90 different from other internationally recognized laws? The possibility of unlimited liability With regards to OPA-90, what may be the consequences of unlimited liability? That the P & I will only cover US$500 +200 million and additional expenses With regards to OPA-90, what can lead to ³unlimited liability´? willful conduct, gross negligence, violation of federal safety

OPA-90 is applicable to which of the following vessels? All types of vessels With regards to OPA-90, what type of vessel shall carry approved VRP? vessels carrying oil cargo What does VRP means? vessel response plan Are there any exception from OPA-90? Yes, transit passage through U.S. waters to a non U.S. port With regards to OPA-90 Notification requirements. Which of the following statements is TRUE? Notify as soon as you have knowledge of a spill, or threat of a spill What is OOPT as described by OPA-90? An emergency team that is drilled in pollution prevention tasks With regards to OPA-90, what is the main purpose of the Oil Transfer Procedure Safety meeting? To coordinate operation, safety and emergency routines What is the top priority if an incident occurs in the U.S. waters as required by OPA-90? Safety of Ship and crew The training and drills of OPA-90 as regards to Shipboard Emergency Drills must be carried out at least _________. once a month With regards to training and drills requirement of OPA-90,COTP can request ____. unannounced drills at anytime With regards to SOPEP, what is a risk profile? It is the total amount of risk factors related to your vessels. A disabled vessel is in danger of grounding. The Master agrees to salvage services in accordance with Lloyd¶s Standard Form of Salvage Agreement. Which of the following is true? The salvage service is on a ³no cure ± no pay´ basis A legal claim placed on a ship, its equipment or cargo for the satisfaction of a debt or a fulfillment of a duty is termed ________. Maritime lien MV ³Ramona´ has been chartered to the Indian Steamship Company. The Indian Steamship agrees to pay all expenses and employ and pay the crew, what type of charter party is involved? Bareboat Charter Party The owners of MV ³Far Suez´ agree to a charter party with the Kawasaki Shipping Co. The owners stipulate in the charter party that the regular Master must be employee as the vessel¶s Master for the entire life of the contract. What kind of charter party has been concluded? Time Charter A vessel is under time charter. The Master responsibility is _____________. to the owner of the vessel for administration and to the charterer for cargo operation and schedule A vessel has a charter party in which the charterer assures no responsibility for the operation of the vessel but pays stevedoring expenses. What is the name of the charter party? Voyage

³Dead Freight´ is the charge for the: difference in the amount of cargo loaded and the amount of cargo discharged When deck cargo is loaded it is important to: maintain access to moorings Containers may NOT contain: livestock The final valve between the ship's side and the onshore terminal is called the: Manifold Valve Prior to entering a space the oxygen level should be shown to be at least: 20% The principal reason for cargo segregation is to keep apart cargo that should not be mixed

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