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1

What are the two regulations governing marine inspection?

CFR46 and CFR33

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What regulation governs hazmat?

CFR49

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What is a law?

Products of written statutes

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What is a regulation?

Standards and rules adopted by administrative agencies that govern how laws will be enforced

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What is the IMO?

Specialized agency of the United Nations, established in 1948, and headquartered in London.

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What was the original name of the IMO?

International maritime consultative organization

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What is the theme of IMO?

Safe, secure, and efficient shipping on clean oceans

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What are the main objectives of IMO?

Maritime safety, improvement of maritime navigation an accident prevention, and improvement in the control of marine pollution.

9

Does the IMO enforce national laws and regulations?

No

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What are the major IMO conventions?

SOLAS, international convention on load lines, tonnage measurement on ships, COLREGS, MARPOL, safety of fishing vessels, STCW, control of harm for anti-fouling systems, Control and management of ships ballast water and sediments

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What does flag state control do?

Enforce rules and regulations of vessels flying their flag

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What does port state control do?

Enforce rules and regulations on vessels flying their flags and foreign vessels visiting their ports

13

The I SM code seeks to

Enhance top management buy-in, sets up the management system, requires clear guidance from normal and emergency procedures, and promotes transparency and worker empowerment.

14

When was the ISM code incorporated into SOLAS?

1994

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Name 2 MOU’ S

Paris and Tokyo

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What percentage of vessels do port state control authorities inspect?

25%

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What must every vessel have?

Vessel general permit

18

In order to comply with the I SM code, each ship class must have a working

Safety management system

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The link between the ship and shore staff, who also verifies the SMS implementation is known as the

Designated person ashore (DPA)

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What is the I SM 3 statement summary?

Say what you do, do what you say, document it

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ISM requires extensive

Record keeping and paperwork

22

Nonconformities may be cause for

Mariner license suspension or revocation

23

What is a COI?

Certificate of inspection, that is issued by the Coast Guard

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What is a COC?

Certificate of classification, that is issued by the classification society

25

The relationship between a ship owner and the classification society is

Elective

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Can local or internal regulations exceed international or national requirements?

Absolutely

27

Gross tonnage minus certain deductible spaces equals

Net tonnage

28

What are 835s?

Deficiencies get in by the Coast Guard

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What is the role of junior deck officers in the US Coast Guard inspection?

Hull inspection booklet

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What does NPDES stand for?

National pollutant discharge elimination system program