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Flashcards in Security Awareness Deck (16):
1

Check the items that can be a possible threat

bombing sabotage hijacking smuggling cargo tampering stowaways piracy

2

During a bomb search, which of the following is an important principle to follow?

Do not touch any suspicious packages

3

From the list below, which is among the recommended actions for a vessel to take, on entering an area known for pirate activity?

To transit with maximum safe speed

4

What is a Continuous Synopsis Record ?

A record of the vessel's history

5

What is a Declaration of Security?

A checklist jointly completed by the ship and shore security representatives

6

What percentage of the baggage is required to be checked at Security Level 1?

The percentage is not specified.

7

What percentage of the ship’s stores are required to be inspected at Security Level 3?

100% of the ship’s stores are required to be inspected at Security Level 3.

8

When is a visitor onboard required to present an ID?

On SECURITY Level 1. 2 & 3

9

Which of following are security duties? (Review all answers)

Monitoring of restricted areas Calibration of security equipment Checking ID of visitors onboard

10

Which of the following areas may be possible restricted areas? (Review all answers)

The Bridge
The Engine control room The Cargo control room

11

Which of these conventions is The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code a part of?

SOLAS

12

Which Security Levels requires the highest security alert

Security Level 3

13

Which two persons check the Declaration of Security?

The Port Facility Security Officer The Ship Security Officer

14

Who is responsible for issuing an ISPS certificate?

The Flag State

15

Who is responsible for the development of the Ship Security Plan?

The Company Security Officer

16


Who is responsible for the regular security inspections of the ship?

The Ship Security Officer