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Flashcards in Human Relation Deck (18):
1

All crew are required to:

Be able to communicate in an emergency language

2

Are you allowed to use any drugs if you are outside Coastal waters?

No, any use of drugs are strictly prohibited

3

Do you need to measure oxygen levels before entering an enclosed space?

Yes, always

4

Do you need to report near accidents?

Yes, it is your duty to report near accidents

5

Emergency communications should be:

Short, accurate and in an easy to understand language

6

In addition to a common language, what else is important for good communication in reference to human relations?

The use of body language, posture and tone of voice

7

What is OPA an abbreviation for?

Oil Pollution Act

8

What is the connection between the quantity of oil transported at sea and the amount of oil spilled the last years?

The quantity of oil transported has increased and the amount of oil spilled has decreased

9

What is the first thing you must do if you see a person fall over board?

Throw any floating device overboard

10

What kind of information does the Fire Plan contain?

The location of all fire-fighting appliances and equipment on board

11

What kind of ships are regulated by OPA 90?

All kinds of ships

12

What must you do if you detect a fire?

Activate the alarm signal, and try to extinguish the fire

13

What should you avoid when receiving work orders?

Misunderstandings

14

Where can you find information about the various kinds of safety equipment you have onboard?

SOLAS
Safety Plan Instruction manuals

15

Which are the 4 most commonly occurring types of accidents?

Collision Grounding Fire/Explosion Personal injury

16

Which of the 5 annexes includes regulation about garbage handling onboard ships?

Annex V

17

Which of the following are enclosed spaces?

Cargo tanks Cofferdam Fuel tank Water tank

18

Why is it important that everyone onboard can understand and be understood in English?

It is important for safety and is the standard language for communication of safety matters at sea