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Here are 50 more questions and answers with options on the topic of Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (PSSR) training:

Which organization sets the international standards for maritime safety, including PSSR training requirements?
a) ILO (International Labour Organization)
b) IMO (International Maritime Organization)
c) WHO (World Health Organization)
d) IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency)
Answer: b) IMO (International Maritime Organization)

What is the primary responsibility of the Ship Safety Officer (SSO)?
a) Ensuring passenger comfort
b) Managing the vessel’s finances
c) Implementing safety policies and procedures
d) Organizing crew entertainment activities
Answer: c) Implementing safety policies and procedures

What does SOLAS stand for?
a) Safety of Life at Sea
b) Security of Luggage and Assets on Ships
c) Society of Licensed Aboard Ship
d) Seafarers’ Occupational Legal Assistance Society
Answer: a) Safety of Life at Sea

What is the purpose of a safety committee on board a vessel?
a) To plan crew parties and social events
b) To ensure equal distribution of workload
c) To address safety concerns and make recommendations
d) To decide on employee promotions
Answer: c) To address safety concerns and make recommendations

What does the International Safety Management (ISM) Code provide guidelines for?
a) Building new vessels
b) Ensuring passenger comfort
c) Implementing safety management systems
d) Promoting crew conflicts
Answer: c) Implementing safety management systems

Which document outlines the vessel’s emergency procedures and equipment?
a) Crew roster
b) Passenger manifest
c) Safety management plan
d) Vessel menu
Answer: c) Safety management plan

What should you do if you witness a crew member engaging in harassment or discrimination?
a) Join in and participate in the behavior
b) Ignore it and pretend it didn’t happen
c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority
d) Encourage more harassment and discrimination
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority

What is the purpose of a safety induction for new crew members?
a) To test their physical fitness
b) To assess their cooking skills
c) To provide an overview of safety procedures and policies
d) To assign their job positions
Answer: c) To provide an overview of safety procedures and policies

What is the role of a safety officer on board a vessel?
a) To enforce disciplinary actions against crew members
b) To monitor the ship’s speed and navigation
c) To oversee the vessel’s daily maintenance tasks
d) To promote and enforce safety policies and procedures
Answer: d) To promote and enforce safety policies and procedures

Which of the following is NOT a personal responsibility of seafarers related to PSSR?
a) Respecting the chain of command
b) Practicing good personal hygiene
c) Being punctual for work
d) Maintaining a positive attitude at all times
Answer: a) Respecting the chain of command

What does the term “near miss” refer to in the context of PSSR?
a) A situation where an accident results in severe injuries
b) A situation where a hazard is detected and addressed in time
c) A situation where safety guidelines are disregarded
d) A situation where a vessel runs aground
Answer: b) A situation where a hazard is detected and addressed in time

How can crew members contribute to pollution prevention efforts?
a) By disposing of waste overboard
b) By throwing garbage into the sea
c) By properly segregating and disposing of waste
d) By using excessive amounts of chemicals
Answer: c) By properly segregating and disposing of waste

What does the term “confined space” refer to?
a) A room reserved for senior officers
b) A space with limited physical access and potential hazards
c) A space where crew members can relax during breaks
d) A space where crew members can smoke cigarettes
Answer: b) A space with limited physical access and potential hazards

What should you do before entering a confined space?
a) Nothing, just enter the space
b) Notify your coworkers of your plans
c) Check for potential hazards and obtain necessary permits
d) Share confidential information with your coworkers
Answer: c) Check for potential hazards and obtain necessary permits

What does the term “liferaft” refer to?
a) A vessel used for recreational purposes
b) A small boat used for short-distance trips
c) An inflatable raft used for emergency evacuation
d) A platform for sunbathing on the vessel
Answer: c) An inflatable raft used for emergency evacuation

What is the purpose of a safety briefing?
a) To discuss the latest crew gossip and rumors
b) To announce the daily menu options
c) To inform the crew about safety procedures and emergency exits
d) To showcase the vessel’s entertainment options
Answer: c) To inform the crew about safety procedures and emergency exits

What does the term “MARPOL” refer to?
a) An international convention on marine pollution prevention
b) An organization responsible for vessel maintenance
c) A safety inspection carried out on board a vessel
d) A device used for measuring water pollution levels
Answer: a) An international convention on marine pollution prevention

How can crew members promote a positive safety culture on board a vessel?
a) By disregarding safety guidelines
b) By promoting reckless behavior
c) By leading by example and encouraging safe practices
d) By hiding safety incidents from superiors
Answer: c) By leading by example and encouraging safe practices

What does the term “EPIRB” stand for?
a) Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon
b) Electronic Personal Identification and Registration Board
c) Excessive Personal Information Reporting Button
d) Emergency Pollution Incident Reporting Bureau
Answer: a) Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon

What is the purpose of a safety management system (SMS)?
a) To assign work shifts to crew members
b) To ensure prompt payment of crew salaries
c) To establish procedures for safe vessel operations
d) To organize crew parties and events
Answer: c) To establish procedures for safe vessel operations

Which of the following is an example of an occupational hazard?
a) Sunburn
b) Proper nutrition
c) Regular exercise
d) Frequent vacations
Answer: a) Sunburn

What should you do if you witness a coworker experiencing harassment or discrimination?
a) Laugh and join in the harassment
b) Ignore it and pretend it didn’t happen
c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority
d) Encourage more harassment and discrimination
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority

What is the purpose of a safety drill on board a vessel?
a) To create unnecessary panic among the crew
b) To test the emergency response procedures
c) To waste valuable working time
d) To show off the vessel’s safety equipment
Answer: b) To test the emergency response procedures

What should you do if you encounter a leaking pipe or equipment?
a) Ignore it and continue working
b) Attempt to fix it yourself without proper training
c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer
d) Encourage others to ignore it as well
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer

What is the purpose of a safety management system (SMS)?
a) To assign work shifts to crew members
b) To ensure prompt payment of crew salaries
c) To establish procedures for safe vessel operations
d) To organize crew parties and events
Answer: c) To establish procedures for safe vessel operations

How often should PSSR training be refreshed?
a) Every 10 years
b) Every 5 years
c) Every 3 years
d) Only once during a seafarer’s career
Answer: c) Every 3 years

What does the term “man overboard” (MOB) indicate?
a) A crew member taking unauthorized leave from the vessel
b) A crew member falling into the water
c) A crew member engaging in dangerous behavior
d) A crew member being promoted to a higher position
Answer: b) A crew member falling into the water

What should you do if you witness a coworker acting unsafely?
a) Confront them immediately and criticize their behavior
b) Ignore it and hope they figure it out themselves
c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer
d) Engage in the same unsafe behavior
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer

What is the purpose of a safety briefing?
a) To discuss the latest crew gossip and rumors
b) To announce the daily menu options
c) To inform the crew about safety procedures and emergency exits
d) To showcase the vessel’s entertainment options
Answer: c) To inform the crew about safety procedures and emergency exits

What does the term “MARPOL” refer to?
a) An international convention on marine pollution prevention
b) An organization responsible for vessel maintenance
c) A safety inspection carried out on board a vessel
d) A device used for measuring water pollution levels
Answer: a) An international convention on marine pollution prevention

What is the purpose of an incident reporting system on board a vessel?
a) To blame crew members for accidents
b) To punish crew members for mistakes
c) To learn from incidents and prevent future occurrences
d) To hide safety incidents from authorities
Answer: c) To learn from incidents and prevent future occurrences

What is the primary purpose of wearing personal protective equipment (PPE)?
a) To look fashionable and stylish
b) To intimidate other crew members
c) To comply with regulations and minimize the risk of injury
d) To obstruct your own movement and performance
Answer: c) To comply with regulations and minimize the risk of injury

What should you do if you discover a fire on board a vessel?
a) Hide in a safe place and wait for the fire to be extinguished
b) Attempt to extinguish the fire yourself without proper training
c) Activate the fire alarm, alert the crew, and follow emergency procedures
d) Ignore the fire and continue with your regular duties
Answer: c) Activate the fire alarm, alert the crew, and follow emergency procedures

What is the purpose of a safety data sheet (SDS)?
a) To provide information on crew members’ personal preferences
b) To list the ingredients of the vessel’s food items
c) To provide information on hazardous materials and their safe handling
d) To showcase the vessel’s entertainment options
Answer: c) To provide information on hazardous materials and their safe handling

What should you do if you encounter a hazardous substance spill on board a vessel?
a) Ignore it and continue working
b) Attempt to clean it up without proper training
c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer and follow proper cleanup procedures
d) Encourage others to ignore it as well
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer and follow proper cleanup procedures

What is the purpose of a safety audit on board a vessel?
a) To criticize and punish crew members
b) To identify areas for improvement in safety practices and procedures
c) To create unnecessary stress among the crew
d) To test the crew’s knowledge of safety regulations
Answer: b) To identify areas for improvement in safety practices and procedures

How can crew members contribute to preventing slips, trips, and falls on board a vessel?
a) By intentionally creating obstacles and hazards
b) By wearing inappropriate footwear
c) By maintaining a clean and tidy work environment
d) By engaging in reckless behavior
Answer: c) By maintaining a clean and tidy work environment

What does the term “enclosed space” refer to?
a) A spacious area for crew members to relax and unwind
b) A space with ample ventilation and natural light
c) A space with limited access points and potential atmospheric hazards
d) A space exclusively reserved for senior officers
Answer: c) A space with limited access points and potential atmospheric hazards

What is the purpose of an abandon ship drill?
a) To simulate the sinking of the vessel
b) To test the crew’s swimming abilities
c) To practice the procedures for evacuating the vessel in an emergency
d) To waste valuable working time
Answer: c) To practice the procedures for evacuating the vessel in an emergency

What should you do if you observe someone experiencing seasickness?
a) Ignore them and continue with your duties
b) Make fun of them and ridicule their condition
c) Offer assistance and support, and notify medical personnel if necessary
d) Encourage others to ignore the situation
Answer: c) Offer assistance and support, and notify medical personnel if necessary

What is the purpose of a safety permit-to-work system?
a) To restrict crew members from performing their assigned tasks
b) To increase bureaucracy and paperwork on board
c) To ensure that hazardous work is conducted safely and with proper authorization
d) To discourage crew members from reporting safety incidents
Answer: c) To ensure that hazardous work is conducted safely and with proper authorization

What should you do if you notice a malfunctioning safety equipment on board a vessel?
a) Ignore it and hope no one notices
b) Attempt to fix it yourself without proper training
c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer for immediate repair or replacement
d) Encourage others to ignore it as well
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer for immediate repair or replacement

What is the purpose of a risk assessment on board a vessel?
a) To create unnecessary bureaucracy and paperwork
b) To blame crew members for accidents and incidents
c) To identify potential hazards and implement control measures to mitigate risks
d) To discourage crew members from reporting safety incidents
Answer: c) To identify potential hazards and implement control measures to mitigate risks

What is the purpose of a personal safety and social responsibility (PSSR) training course?
a) To teach crew members how to engage in unsafe behavior
b) To emphasize the importance of ignoring safety procedures
c) To provide knowledge and skills necessary for promoting personal safety and social responsibility
d) To waste valuable working time
Answer: c) To provide knowledge and skills necessary for promoting personal safety and social responsibility

What should you do if you witness a coworker experiencing fatigue and exhaustion?
a) Ignore it and continue with your duties
b) Encourage them to work even harder
c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer for appropriate action
d) Make fun of them and ridicule their condition
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer for appropriate action

What is the purpose of an emergency muster station on board a vessel?
a) To gather the crew for daily meetings and announcements
b) To organize crew parties and events
c) To provide a designated meeting point in case of an emergency
d) To restrict crew members’ movement on the vessel
Answer: c) To provide a designated meeting point in case of an emergency

What does the term “SART” stand for?
a) Ship’s Automatic Recording Tracker
b) Safety Assessment and Risk Training
c) Search and Rescue Transponder
d) Security Alarm Response Team
Answer: c) Search and Rescue Transponder

What should you do if you encounter a suspicious package or object on board a vessel?
a) Open it to satisfy your curiosity
b) Ignore it and pretend it doesn’t exist
c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority immediately
d) Move it to a different location without notifying anyone
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority immediately

What is the purpose of a safety committee on board a vessel?
a) To plan crew parties and social events
b) To ensure equal distribution of workload
c) To address safety concerns and make recommendations
d) To decide on employee promotions
Answer: c) To address safety concerns and make recommendations

What should you do if you witness a crew member engaging in harassment or discrimination?
a) Join in and participate in the behavior
b) Ignore it and pretend it didn’t happen
c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority
d) Encourage more harassment and discrimination
Answer: c) Report it to your supervisor or designated authority

Please note that these questions and answers are provided for informational purposes and may not cover all possible scenarios or specific training requirements. It’s always recommended to consult official training materials and guidelines for comprehensive and up-to-date information on PSSR training.

 

 

 

 

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these questions are generated from e-learning website of DG shipping.

 

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