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Exit Exam PSSR Questions and Answers in MCQ Format

Are you preparing for the DG Shipping Exit Exam? Do you want to ace the Personal Safety & Social Responsibility (PSSR) section? Well, we’ve got you covered! In this article, we will provide you with 50 PSSR questions and answers in MCQ format. Put your knowledge to the test and see if you are ready to pass the exam with flying colours.

PSSR – Personal Safety & Social Responsibility

Before we dive into the questions and answers, let’s do a quick recap on what PSSR covers. PSSR is an essential topic for any mariner, it covers the responsibilities and safety measures that every seafarer should follow while onboard a ship. The topics covered under PSSR are:

  • Personal safety
  • Social responsibility
  • Safe working practices
  • Emergency procedures

Here are 50 multiple-choice questions with answers on the topic of Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (PSSR) Training:

What does PSSR stand for?
a) Personal Safety and Security Regulations
b) Professional Safety and Social Responsibility
c) Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
d) Public Safety and Security Requirements
Answer: c) Personal Safety and Social Responsibility

PSSR training is primarily focused on promoting safety in which environment?
a) Workplace
b) Home
c) School
d) Hospital
Answer: a) Workplace

Which of the following is NOT a primary objective of PSSR training?
a) Promoting safe working practices
b) Enhancing crew communication skills
c) Preventing environmental pollution
d) Ensuring employee promotions
Answer: d) Ensuring employee promotions

PSSR training helps individuals develop awareness about which of the following?
a) Firefighting techniques
b) First aid and emergency response
c) Proper waste disposal methods
d) Time management skills
Answer: b) First aid and emergency response

The SOLAS Convention requires which personnel to receive PSSR training?
a) Only deck officers
b) Only engineers
c) All seafarers
d) Only catering staff
Answer: c) All seafarers

Which of the following is a key aspect of personal safety in the workplace?
a) Wearing fashionable clothing
b) Using personal protective equipment (PPE)
c) Sharing personal information with colleagues
d) Ignoring safety guidelines
Answer: b) Using personal protective equipment (PPE)

What should you do if you encounter an unsafe working condition?
a) Ignore it and continue working
b) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer
c) Share it on social media
d) Wait for someone else to address it
Answer: b) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer

What is the purpose of a safety data sheet (SDS)?
a) To provide nutritional information about food products
b) To provide instructions for operating machinery
c) To provide information on hazardous substances
d) To outline employee promotion criteria
Answer: c) To provide information on hazardous substances

Which of the following is an example of an environmental hazard?
a) Slip and fall accidents
b) Chemical spills
c) Noise pollution
d) Employee conflicts
Answer: b) Chemical spills

What does the “Stop Work Authority” principle refer to?
a) The right of employees to halt work in unsafe conditions
b) The obligation to work continuously without breaks
c) The authority of management to dismiss employees
d) The requirement to work during off-hours
Answer: a) The right of employees to halt work in unsafe conditions

How can you contribute to maintaining a safe working environment?
a) By ignoring safety policies and procedures
b) By keeping hazards a secret
c) By reporting incidents and near misses
d) By avoiding safety training programs
Answer: c) By reporting incidents and near misses

What does the “buddy system” involve?
a) Working alone without any supervision
b) Sharing personal information with coworkers
c) Collaborating closely with a designated partner
d) Excluding others from the work environment
Answer: c) Collaborating closely with a designated partner

Which organization is responsible for setting 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 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 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 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 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

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 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

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 should you do in the event of a fire on board a vessel?
a) Panic and run in random directions
b) Immediately abandon the vessel
c) Activate the nearest fire alarm and follow emergency procedures
d) Wait for someone else to handle the situation
Answer: c) Activate the nearest fire alarm and follow emergency procedures

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

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

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

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

What should you do if you suspect a coworker is under the influence of alcohol or drugs?
a) Ignore it and mind your own business
b) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer
c) Join them in their activities
d) Confront them directly and criticize their behavior
Answer: b) Report it to your supervisor or safety officer

What is the purpose of a safety audit?
a) To identify hazards and potential risks on board a vessel
b) To evaluate the quality of food served on the vessel
c) To assess the crew’s physical fitness levels
d) To promote crew conflicts and disputes
Answer: a) To identify hazards and potential risks on board a vessel

What is the primary purpose of wearing a lifejacket?
a) To enhance physical appearance
b) To prevent seasickness
c) To improve swimming skills
d) To increase chances of survival in water
Answer: d) To increase chances of survival in water

What should you do in the event of a person falling overboard?
a) Continue sailing and ignore the situation
b) Immediately stop the vessel and initiate a search and rescue operation
c) Pretend you didn’t notice and continue with your duties
d) Wait for someone else to raise the alarm
Answer: b) Immediately stop the vessel and initiate a search and rescue operation

What is the purpose of a safety permit-to-work system?
a) To restrict crew members from performing their duties
b) To ensure proper coordination of tasks and minimize risks
c) To encourage crew members to work without proper authorization
d) To delay the completion of tasks
Answer: b) To ensure proper coordination of tasks and minimize risks

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 crew member 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

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

I hope these questions and answers help you with your PSSR exit exam passing.

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