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  1. What is the primary purpose of the Ship Security Plan (SSP) under the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code?

a) To ensure timely arrival of the ship at its destination
b) To provide guidelines for personal grooming of the crew
c) To enhance and maintain the security of a ship
d) To regulate cargo handling procedures

Answer: c) To enhance and maintain the security of a ship

  1. In the context of personal safety on board, what does “Man Overboard” refer to?

a) A safety drill for abandoning ship
b) A type of lifeboat used for emergency evacuation
c) An emergency situation where a person falls into the water
d) A signal indicating the presence of dangerous goods on board

Answer: c) An emergency situation where a person falls into the water

  1. What is the purpose of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on board a ship?

a) To enhance crew members’ fashion sense
b) To provide comfort during leisure time
c) To protect against occupational hazards and injuries
d) To regulate the temperature in the engine room

Answer: c) To protect against occupational hazards and injuries

  1. According to SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) regulations, what is the responsibility of a crew member regarding fire safety on board?

a) Only officers are responsible for firefighting
b) Crew members are not involved in firefighting
c) To be familiar with the location and proper use of firefighting equipment
d) Fire safety is the sole responsibility of the ship’s captain

Answer: c) To be familiar with the location and proper use of firefighting equipment

  1. What does the term “SOLAS” stand for in the context of maritime safety?

a) Safety of Life at Sea
b) Security of Landed Assets
c) Ship Operations and Logistics Assessment System
d) Seafarers’ Occupational Liability and Assurance System

Answer: a) Safety of Life at Sea

  1. During a man overboard situation, what is the first action that should be taken by the crew?

a) Activate the ship’s alarm system
b) Throw lifebuoys and other floatation devices to the person in the water
c) Immediately notify the bridge and launch a rescue boat
d) Form a search and rescue committee

Answer: c) Immediately notify the bridge and launch a rescue boat

  1. What is the purpose of the International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC) issued under the ISPS Code?

a) To certify the ship’s seaworthiness
b) To ensure compliance with environmental regulations
c) To verify the ship’s security measures and procedures
d) To indicate the ship’s speed and navigation capabilities

Answer: c) To verify the ship’s security measures and procedures

  1. In the context of fire safety, what is the purpose of the “fire triangle”?

a) To identify the different types of firefighting equipment
b) To illustrate the three elements necessary for a fire: fuel, oxygen, and heat
c) To map out the emergency evacuation routes on the ship
d) To calculate the water pressure required for firefighting hoses

Answer: b) To illustrate the three elements necessary for a fire: fuel, oxygen, and heat

  1. What is the significance of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code for shipping companies?

a) It regulates the working hours of seafarers
b) It sets standards for the safe management and operation of ships
c) It defines the color-coding for various safety equipment on board
d) It determines the maximum cargo capacity of a ship

Answer: b) It sets standards for the safe management and operation of ships

  1. What is the purpose of a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) on board a ship?

a) To provide information on the ship’s navigational equipment
b) To outline the ship’s emergency response procedures
c) To detail the properties and hazards of chemicals on board
d) To record the ship’s maintenance history

Answer: c) To detail the properties and hazards of chemicals on board

  1. During an abandon ship drill, what is the correct procedure for mustering at the lifeboat stations?

a) Crew members should gather at the nearest convenient location
b) Crew members should wait in their cabins for further instructions
c) Proceed directly to the assigned lifeboat station without delay
d) Only officers are required to participate in abandon ship drills

Answer: c) Proceed directly to the assigned lifeboat station without delay

  1. What is the purpose of the “Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen” (COSWP)?

a) To regulate the ship’s entertainment activities
b) To ensure proper meal schedules for the crew
c) To provide guidance on safe working practices on board
d) To establish the dress code for crew members

Answer: c) To provide guidance on safe working practices on board

  1. What action should be taken if a crew member discovers an unauthorized person on board the ship?

a) Ignore the person unless they pose an immediate threat
b) Politely ask the person to leave the ship
c) Report the situation to the ship’s security officer or designated personnel
d) Confront the person directly and escort them off the ship

Answer: c) Report the situation to the ship’s security officer or designated personnel

  1. What is the purpose of the “Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities” (PSSR) course for seafarers?

a) To improve communication skills among the crew
b) To enhance teamwork and cooperation on board
c) To address personal health and fitness of the crew
d) To provide knowledge on safety procedures and responsibilities

Answer: d) To provide knowledge on safety procedures and responsibilities

  1. In the context of ship security, what does the term “STCW” stand for?

a) Ship Traffic Control and Warning
b) Safety Training for Crew Wellbeing
c) Security of Transportation and Cargo Worldwide
d) Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping

Answer: d) Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping

  1. What is the primary responsibility of a crew member in maintaining the ship’s stability?

a) Monitoring the ship’s speed
b) Ensuring proper cargo stowage and securing
c) Conducting regular engine inspections
d) Overseeing the navigation watchkeeping duties

Answer: b) Ensuring proper cargo stowage and securing

  1. According to the ISPS Code, what is the purpose of a Restricted Access Area on board a ship?

a) To store confidential documents
b) To limit access to authorized personnel for security reasons
c) To conduct emergency drills
d) To house the ship’s recreational facilities

Answer: b) To limit access to authorized personnel for security reasons

  1. What is the role of a crew member during a medical emergency on board?

a) Administering medication without delay
b) Notifying the ship’s captain and waiting for instructions
c) Performing first aid and assisting medical personnel
d) Ignoring the situation until the ship reaches the next port

Answer: c) Performing first aid and assisting medical personnel

  1. Why is it important for crew members to be familiar with the ship’s Emergency Escape Breathing Device (EEBD)?

a) To facilitate underwater exploration
b) To protect against chemical spills on deck
c) To provide oxygen during emergency evacuation in smoke-filled areas
d) To enhance communication during emergencies

Answer: c) To provide oxygen during emergency evacuation in smoke-filled areas

  1. What is the significance of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code for seafarers?

a) It outlines the ship’s daily routine and schedule
b) It sets standards for the security of ships and port facilities
c) It regulates the ship’s environmental impact
d) It determines the crew members’ social responsibilities on board

Answer: b) It sets standards for the security of ships and port facilities

  1. What does the term “MARPOL” stand for in the context of maritime safety?

a) Maritime Pollution
b) Marine Protocol
c) Maritime Policy
d) Marine Pollution Prevention

Answer: d) Marine Pollution Prevention

  1. In the event of a medical emergency at sea, what communication equipment is typically used to seek assistance?

a) Radar
b) VHF Radio
c) GPS
d) Echo Sounder

Answer: b) VHF Radio

  1. Why is it essential for crew members to understand and follow the Shipboard Safety Management System (SSMS)?

a) To organize social events on board
b) To ensure compliance with environmental regulations
c) To enhance communication with port authorities
d) To promote a culture of safety and prevent accidents

Answer: d) To promote a culture of safety and prevent accidents

  1. What is the purpose of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code?

a) To regulate the use of marine navigation equipment
b) To ensure safe transportation of dangerous goods by sea
c) To establish rules for ship construction and stability
d) To govern the ship’s recreational activities

Answer: b) To ensure safe transportation of dangerous goods by sea

  1. During a fire emergency, what is the correct procedure for using a fire extinguisher?

a) Aim at the base of the fire, pull the pin, squeeze the handle, and sweep from side to side
b) Spray the extinguisher in the air to create a barrier between the fire and crew members
c) Use the extinguisher only if the fire is near the escape route
d) Direct the extinguisher towards the flames and sweep in a circular motion

Answer: a) Aim at the base of the fire, pull the pin, squeeze the handle, and sweep from side to side

  1. According to SOLAS regulations, what is the purpose of a Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP)?

a) To outline the ship’s navigation routes
b) To address medical emergencies on board
c) To establish procedures for responding to oil spills
d) To regulate the ship’s recreational facilities

Answer: c) To establish procedures for responding to oil spills

  1. What is the significance of the “Gangway Watch” duty on board a ship?

a) Monitoring the ship’s engine room
b) Ensuring the safe embarkation and disembarkation of personnel
c) Overseeing the ship’s navigation watchkeeping
d) Conducting routine inspections of cargo holds

Answer: b) Ensuring the safe embarkation and disembarkation of personnel

  1. What is the purpose of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO) Maritime Labour Convention (MLC)?

a) To regulate the ship’s environmental impact
b) To ensure the safety of maritime navigation
c) To establish standards for seafarers’ working conditions
d) To determine the ship’s cargo capacity

Answer: c) To establish standards for seafarers’ working conditions

  1. In the context of personal safety, what is the purpose of a “Safety Harness” on board a ship?

a) To secure cargo during rough weather
b) To prevent slipping on wet decks
c) To provide protection during man overboard situations
d) To secure personnel working at heights

Answer: d) To secure personnel working at heights

29.What is the significance of the “International Ship Security Officer” (ISSO) in the ISPS Code?

a) To lead the ship’s recreational activities
b) To coordinate security measures and procedures on board
c) To regulate the ship’s navigation equipment
d) To oversee the ship’s medical facilities

Answer: b) To coordinate security measures and procedures on board

  1. What action should a crew member take if they observe a malfunction in a safety-critical system on board?

a) Ignore the issue unless it directly affects their work
b) Report the malfunction to the ship’s captain during the next scheduled meeting
c) Immediately inform the appropriate personnel and document the issue
d) Attempt to fix the problem personally to avoid delays

Answer: c) Immediately inform the appropriate personnel and document the issue

  1. Why is it important for crew members to participate in regular safety drills and exercises?

a) To improve their physical fitness
b) To practice abandon ship procedures and enhance response time
c) To fulfill regulatory requirements for recreational activities
d) To showcase their skills to port authorities

Answer: b) To practice abandon ship procedures and enhance response time

  1. What is the primary purpose of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code for shipping companies?

a) To regulate the ship’s cargo capacity
b) To determine the ship’s speed and navigation capabilities
c) To ensure compliance with environmental regulations
d) To set standards for the safe management and operation of ships

Answer: d) To set standards for the safe management and operation of ships

  1. In the context of firefighting, what is the purpose of a “Fireman’s Outfit”?

a) To protect against extreme cold weather conditions
b) To enhance the crew members’ fashion sense during emergencies
c) To provide breathing apparatus and protective clothing for firefighting
d) To regulate the temperature in the engine room

Answer: c) To provide breathing apparatus and protective clothing for firefighting

  1. What is the significance of the “Safety of Navigation” on board a ship?

a) To regulate the ship’s entertainment activities
b) To ensure the safety of the ship during navigation
c) To oversee the ship’s medical facilities
d) To provide guidelines for cargo handling

Answer: b) To ensure the safety of the ship during navigation

  1. According to the ISPS Code, what measures should be taken in response to a security threat on board a ship?

a) Ignore the threat and continue regular operations
b) Report the threat only to the ship’s captain
c) Implement the ship’s security plan and notify relevant authorities
d) Evacuate the ship immediately

Answer: c) Implement the ship’s security plan and notify relevant authorities

  1. What is the purpose of the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code’s requirement for ship security drills?

a) To entertain the crew members
b) To practice emergency response procedures and enhance preparedness
c) To comply with recreational activity regulations
d) To showcase the ship’s security measures to port authorities

Answer: b) To practice emergency response procedures and enhance preparedness

  1. Why is it essential for crew members to be familiar with the location of life-saving appliances on board?

a) To organize recreational activities
b) To facilitate efficient cargo handling
c) To enhance communication with port authorities
d) To respond quickly in emergency situations

Answer: d) To respond quickly in emergency situations

  1. What is the purpose of a “Safety Meeting” on board a ship?

a) To discuss recreational plans for the crew
b) To organize social events and team-building activities
c) To review safety-related matters and promote awareness
d) To address routine maintenance issues

Answer: c) To review safety-related matters and promote awareness

  1. According to the SOLAS Convention, what is the purpose of the Ship Security Alert System (SSAS)?

a) To notify the crew of upcoming social events
b) To signal the ship’s arrival at its destination
c) To alert authorities of a security threat or piracy incident
d) To regulate the ship’s navigation routes

Answer: c) To alert authorities of a security threat or piracy incident

These pssr exit exam questions and answers cover a range of topics related to personal safety, security, and responsibility. Feel free to use them for your preparation, and make sure to review any specific materials provided by DG Shipping. If you have more questions or if there’s anything else I can help you with, let me know!

 

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

 

 

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