PSSR EXIT EXAM QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS 2.0

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  1. Garbage Management Plan (GMP) and a Garbage Record Book:
    a) mandatory that every ship of 400 GWT and above which is certified to carry 10 passengers or more
    b) mandatory that every ship of 400 GWT and above which is certified to carry 15 passengers or more
    c) mandatory that every ship of 300 GWT and above which is certified to carry 15 passengers or more
  2. Sleep debt is:
    a) the effect of not getting enough sleep
    b) the effect of getting enough sleep
    c) the effect of not getting good sleep
  3. Fatigue:
    a) is the state of feeling very tired resulting from insufficient sleep, prolonged mental or physical work
    b) is the state of feeling very tired, weary or sleepy resulting from insufficient sleep, prolonged mental or physical work
    c) is the state of feeling very tired, weary or sleepy resulting from insufficient sleep, prolonged mental or physical work, or extended periods of stress or anxiety
  4. Circadian clock:
    a) referred to as the clock, circadian rhythm is a 24-hour cycle that rules all of us
    b) referred to as the body clock, circadian rhythm is a 24-hour cycle that rules all of us
    c) referred to as the body clock, circadian rhythm is a 10-hour cycle that rules all of us
  5. 17 hours awake is equivalent to a blood alcohol content of: a) 0.03
    b) 0.05
    c) 0.04
  6. 21 hours awake is equivalent to a blood alcohol content of: a) 0.07
    b) 0.06
    c) 0.08
  7. 24-25 hours awake is equivalent to a blood alcohol content of : a) 0.15
    b) 0.10
    c) 0.08
  8. Maximum hours of work shall not exceed:
    a) 12 hours in any 24-hour period
    b) 10 hours in any 24-hour period
    c) 14 hours in any 24-hour period
  9. Minimum hours of rest shall not be less than:
    a) ten hours in any 24-hour period
    b) 12 hours in any 24-hour period
    c) 14 hours in any 24-hour period
  10. Minimum hours of rest shall not be less than:
    a) 77 hours in any seven-day period
    b) 77 hours in any seven-day period

    c) 77 hours in any seven-day period
  11. Interval between consecutive periods of rest shall not exceed:
    a) 13 hours
    b) 14 hours
    c) 12 hours
  12. Sleep is also known as rapid eye movement (REM) sleep because:
    a) during this stage the eyes begin to move rapidly
    b) during this stage the eyeballs begin to flutter rapidly under the eyelids
    c) during this stage the eyes begin to move rapidly under the eyelids

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  1. Prior to joining, seafarers lined up for embarkation shall be tested for:
    a) Drug abuse
    b) Drug and Alcohol abuse
    c) Alcohol abuse
  2. ISM Code:
    a) is the standard for establishing a system for safe management and operation of vessels
    b) is the standard for establishing a system for management and pollution prevention
    c) is the standard for establishing a system for safe management and operation of vessels and pollution prevention
  3. Reasons to adopt ISM code:
    a) provides for a safe working practice and develops safety on board ship
    b) provides for a working practice and a safe environment on board ship
    c) provides for a safe working practice and develops a safe environment on board ship
  4. Maximum working hours:
    a) 72 hours in any 7 day period
    b) 72 hours in any 7 day period
    c) 72 hours in any 7 day period
  5. The daily rest period is divided into two periods:
    a) one of which is of at least 8 hours duration
    b) one of which is of at least 10 hours duration
    c) one of which is of at least 6 hours duration
  6. All seafarers have minimum annual leave with pay based:
    a) 2.0 days per month of employment
    b) 2.5 days per month of employment
    c) 1.5 days per month of employment
  7. Seafarers lodging a complaint:
    a) A solution to the grievance shall be given within six days
    b) A solution to the grievance shall be given within seven days
    c) A solution to the grievance shall be given within eight days
  8. Seafarers lodging a complaint :
    a) if no resolution of the dispute can be obtained on board, the seafarer has nine days to bring it to the shipowner
    b) if no resolution of the dispute can be obtained on board, the seafarer has twelve days to bring it to the shipowner
    c) if no resolution of the dispute can be obtained on board, the seafarer has ten days to bring it to the shipowner
  9. Seafarers lodging a complaint (if the dispute can still not be resolved satisfactorily):
    a) The shipowner and the seafarer concerned shall have a period of eighteen days to solve the matter
    b) The shipowner and the seafarer concerned shall have a period of twenty days to solve the matter
    c) The shipowner and the seafarer concerned shall have a period of fifteen days to solve the matter
  10. Information on safety and hazard control practices and procedures on a vessel is described in:
    a) your employment contract
    b) the vessel’s log book
    c) the vessel’s Safety Management Manual
  11. Warning signage information for restricted areas and emergency procedures:
    a) are found in every compartment of the vessel
    b) should be known and implemented
    c) only apply to passengers
  12. Many hazards exist on a ship. The obligations to safety of a seafarer when working with others:
    a) end when reassigned another task
    b) the obligation is continuous

    c) end when the emergency is over

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  1. Under “Duty of Care”, a seafarer:
    a) is only required to secure loose gear in heavy weather
    b) make a note of all loose gear and equipment on deck
    c) must always ensure that loose gear is secured
  2. Safety equipment is checked by the crew:
    a) before and during each voyage
    b) only at annual surveys
    c) if it is damaged
  3. Information on fire safety and hazard control practices and procedures on a vessel is described in:
    a) the engine room log
    b) the vessel’s Safety Management Manual
    c) the instructions written on fire extinguishers

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