Flashcards in EXAM #2 Deck (43):
Define MARSEC I
threat of an unlawful act against a vessel or terminal is not likely
Define MARSEC II?
threat of an unlawful act against a vessel or terminal is possible
Define MARSEC III?
threat of an unlawful act against a vessel or terminal is probable or imminent, chosen a specific target.
The proper way to correct an entry in the log it to ____________________.
straight line thru the mistake and initialed
When using radar, the officer of the navigation watch shall bear in mind the necessity to comply at all times with the provisions on the use of radar contained in the _______________________________________.
Rules of the Road
Rule 8 require taking ______________ and ________________ action to avoid collsion.
When underway, buoys alone may not be used to __________, but they may be used to establish an _________________.
get a fix, estimated position
You will sign _____________ articles on a voyage from Boston, MA to San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The Ship Security Plan is part of the ___________ system.
Safety Management System SMS
Every vessel shall at all times maintain a proper lookout by _________ and __________.
The three most important elements of good communication are _________, ____________, and ____________.
accuracy, brevity, and clarity
The Oil Record Book part two is used by __________, and part one is ised by __________.
tankers for cargo, all vessels for machinery
A ____________ obtains transportation without the consent of the owner, charterer, master, or person in command of any vessel through concealment aboard such vessel.
The ________________ is the document that ensures agreement is reached between the ship and the port facility as to the respective security measures each will undertake in accordance with the provisions of their respective security plans.-
Declaration of Security (DOS)
When signing on foreign articles, at least _______% of the unlicensed crew must be either a citizen or a documented alien admitted to the U.S. for permanent residence.
The _______________ is responsible for security insepctions on the vessel, enhancing security awareness and vigilance on board, ensuring adequate training has been provided to vessel personnel, ensure the security equipment onboard the vessel is properly operated, tested, calibrated, and maintained.
vessel security officer
Permission for a vessel to do buisness in a port is granted through _______________.
The Captain of the Tug Valour was charged with misconduct for failure to enforce the contents of the vessel's _______________________.
Every merchant vessel entering U.S. port from a foreign port is liable to U.S. Customs for payment of tonnage tax based on the vessel's _____________________.
Registered net tonnage
The _________________ contains a clear statement emphasizing the master's authority and respinsibility to make decisions with respect to the security of the vessel.
vessel security plan
The Master of a vessel is personally responsible for maintaning a _______________ Log Book in strict accordance with laws and regulations.
The Coast Guard determined that the Captain of the Valour was _____________ when he failed to order his crew to ___________________ as it was sinking.
negligent, abandon ship
The entry in the logbook that indicates your vessel is all secure to the dock is __________.
The first thing you should do when reliving the navigation watch is ________________.
Check standing/night orders and sign, make sure bridge equipment is working properly; make sure personnel on watch with you are in fit condiotion; become familiar with vessel’s position and future D.R positions; any dangers you may encounter during watch
Shipping Articles are a ________________ agreement between the Master and the crew.
When an official log book is required for a voyage the master shall file form CG706B be with the ________________ upon completion of the voyage
Every vessel shall at all times proceed at a ____________________ so that proper and effective action can be taken when necessary to avoid collision.
In determining risk of collision, assumptions shall not be made on the basis of ________________.
Foreign or Intercoastal Articles are mandatory for a U.S. vessel:
Making a voyage to a foreign port except Canada or Mexico and for a voyage between an Atlantic and Pacific Port.
The ________________ is a shore side company executive who is responsible for developing, updating, and enforcing the ship security plan and for being the liasion with shipboard and dockside personnel.-
Company Security Officer
Every vessel shall use all available means appropriate to the prevailing circumstances and conditions to determine if ____________________________ exists.
risk of collision
The officer in charge of the navigation watch shall ensure that radar range scales applied are _______________________ so that echoes (targets) are detected as early as possible.
Only ___________ individuals should be permitted to read, examine, or take notes from logbooks.
According to the CFR, on domestic voyages you will be required to log activities such as drills in an ___________________.
The top part of the Shipping Articles that contains voyage details is called the ___________.
The company, master, and ___________________ address issues associated with stowaways.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
As defined in the US Code, vessels are required to have an official logbook except when on a voyage from ________________ to _________________.
U.S. to Canada
Two serious issues associated with stowaways when found are _________ and ______________.
Aggressiveness and their health
A ________________ is a person who is outside their country of origin and is unable or unwilling to return to that country because of fear of persecution based on race, religion, political affiliation and opinion.
________________ is the unlawful hijacking of a ship, crew, and/or cargo for monetary objective.
_________________ is the unlawful hijacking of a vessel, crew, and/or cargo to meet political objectives.
A document which lists the date and port of signing on, names, birthplaces, and residences of person employed on amerchant vessel bound from a U.S. port to a foreign port is the __________________.