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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS CADETS GUIDANCE IN THE USE OF SSTP/CRB

1.0

FAMILIARIZATION IN SAFETY MATTERS

STAGE 1

1.1 1.2 1.3 EK

NAVIGATION AT OPERATIONAL LEVEL CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE

STAGE 2

2.1 2.2 2.3 EK

NAVIGATION AT OPERATIONAL LEVEL CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE

STAGE 3

3.1 3.2 3.3 EK

NAVIGATION AT OPERATIONAL LEVEL CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE

4.0

TANKER WORK

5.0

SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION DURING DRY DOCK

SP

SHIPPING PRACTICE

ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF SSTP QUESTIONNAIRE

STRUCTURED SHIPBOARD TRAINING PROGRAMME IntroductionTh e STCW 1978 as amended specifies th e comp etencies in bo th know ledge and sk ills required to e n ab l e se afa r e r s p er f o r m t h e ir d u tie s eff i c i ent l y. Th is Stru ctur ed Shipbo ard Train ing Programme shall aug men t ISF-TRB r equ ired b y th e Co mmission on H igh er Education in do cume n ting d e monstrated co mp etence of th e cad et dur ing co mp letion of sea serv ice pr ior h is endor seme n t w ith th e Profession al Regu lation Co mmi ssion for bo ard ex a mi n a t io n s. Thi s i s i n a ccor d anc e w i th th e STCW 95 Conv en tion requ iremen ts fo r Off icer- in- Ch arg e of a N av ig ation a l W atch.

Flow chart

Cadet selection programme and Medical Examination

Two (2) years foundation subjects in accordance with CHED, STCW/ IMO Model Course including BSTC w/ PSSR

Shipboard Familiarization including additional upgrading courses

12 Months sea service including supervised Deck Watch Keeping duties, Structured Shipboard Training Programme

Assessment of Structured Training Record Book, ISF-TRB, Sea-Service

1 year in School/ Academy to complete academic requirements for Bachelors Degree in Marine Transportation

Licensure Examination

Officer in-charge of Navigational Watch Operational Level

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STCW , r egu lation II /I and regu lation A-II /I, state, th a t, ev er y c an d ida t e f o r c er t if i ca t ion as o f f i c er in ch arg e of nav ig a tional w a tch of sh ip s 500 G RT or mo re who se sea go ing serv ice, in acco rd ance w ith paragraph 2 .2 of regu lation II-I , for ms p ar t of a training progr amme app roved as meeting the r equ ir ement of th is section shall fo llow an approv ed prog ramme of o n board t ra ining wh ich : 1. ensur es th at dur ing the r equ ir ed p er iod o f seago ing the cand id ate r eceiv es systematic pr actical train ing and exper ien ce in the task, du ties and r espon sib ilities of an off icer in charg e of nav igation al w a tch , tak ing in to accoun t th e guidance g iv en in section B-III /I of th e Code; 2. is c los e ly sup erv is ed and mo n itored b y qua lif ie d and ce r tif ica ted o ff ic er a board th e sh ips in wh ich the approved seago ing serv ice is per for me d ; and 3. is ad equ a te ly do cu me n ted in a tr aining record book or similar do cu me n t.

Objective of NTC-M Structured Training ProgrammeTo a ss ign tas k wh ich s timu la te th ink ing so th a t th e pro sp ectiv e off ice r : acqu ir es the sk ills requir ed to b e a good off icer b y g e tting s h ip b o ard tas k hand s-on exp er ien ce in var iou s

d evelop s conf id ence b y acqu ir ing th e know ledg e in the g ener a l pr in cip les and op eratin g ins truc tion s of equ ip me n t on sh ip acqu ir e know ledge in in ternation a l ru les and regu la tion per tain ing SOLAS and v ar ious I MO Conven tions g a ins a w e ll-round ed p er spectiv e of all sh ipboard op er ations do cu me n t var ious co mp eten cies acqu ired during sh ipboard Tr ain ing, wh ich w ill prov id e v a luab le r eferen c e know ledge for fu tur e pr actice of prof ession

Cadets ResponsibilityI t is Cadets r e sponsib ility to co mp le te the progr amme s w ith in th e stipu lated time .

StructureTh e p r o g r am me i s ma i n l y p r a c t ic al i n n a tur e a n d la ys emph asis on hands-on exper ien ce. The Cad e t is encou rage d to sour ce th e an swe r fro m pers ona l exp erie nc e, ma nu a ls, dr aw ing s on board and e xper ts who v is it the s hip . Cad e ts ar e exp ecte d to r ef er to v ar iou s docu me n ts pub lish ed b y I MO ( SOLAS , MA RPO L, e tc) th a t regu late th e p ar ticu lar task . Th e SSTP is spr e ad ov er the sea go ing per iod of 12 mo n ths. In k e ep ing th e g en eral fr amework of the I SF- TRB and STCW , this SSTP has b e en d esign ed as fo llow s: Fun c tion 1 : N av iga tion a t Op era tion a l L ev e l Fun c tion 2 : Cargo H andling and Stow age at Oper ational Level Fun c tion 3 : Con tro lling Op eration of th e Sh ip and Car e for Per sons onbo ard at Op er ational Level Each of the abo ve function s i s divided in to 3 stage s: 1 s t S tag e - 1 s t to 4 t h mo n t h s 2 n d S tag e -5 t h to 8 t h mo n t h s 3 r d S t age - 9 t h to 12 t h mon ths Page 2 of 9

It is po ssib le th at th e Ca det ma y come across a qu estion that is no t rele van t to that sh ip. On ly th en h e will b e permitted to g iv e a th eoretical answer. In add ition to th e above, th e cad ets hav e to co mp lete the task s r e late d to th e follow ing subj ects in th eir r esp ectiv e workbook s and ISF- TRB: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. F a mi l i a r iz a t ion in S a f e t y M a t te r s Tanker Work Dr y-Do ck ing Sh ipp ing Practic e Eng in eering Know ledg e

Th e Cad e t w ill a lso be exp ec ted to: 1. K eep Br idge W a tch es and ob ta in a W a tch Ke eping Cer tif ica te in the pre s cr ib ed form g iven in th e ISF-TRB und er th e superv ision of a cer tif ied of f icer. 2. S te er th e ship f ro m time to time and ob ta in S tee r ing Cer tific a te in th e pr es cr ib ed for m g iven in th e I SF- TRB. 3. S tud y the Ru les o f th e Road on a con tinu a l ba sis and ma in ta in th e r ecord o f th is in th e I SFT R B. He will also b e exp ected to ma intain th e fo llowing : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Por t Log Train ing Log Daily W orkbook Proj ect Nav ig a tion W orkbook To be f illed in for ev ery por t that th e sh ip v isit Giv ing d e tails of Drills, Video s, CBTs, Demonstration s, etc. 1 wo rkbook fo r ever y stage 2 proj ects in 12 mon ths at th e r a te of on e p roject for ev er y 6 mon ths Sigh ts, A z imu th , amp litud e, Terrestr ial N av igation, etc.

A ll cad e ts th emselv es ob tain th e c o mp le tion

w ill be issu ed a NTC- M app roved SSTP Cad e t record Book. Th ey sh all fami liarize w ith th e layou t of th ese r e cord book s. Th ey should comp lete all r e lev an t p ag es and sign atur es of th e Sh ipbo ard Tr aining Off ice r (S TO) whe nev er applic ab le, as proof of of th e ta sk.

Th e NTC- M in Cooperation w ith schoo ls assessmen t cen tres w ill b e responsib le for ma in tain ing an d mo n itor ing th e r eco rds of SS TP. At th e end of each qu arter, the Cad e t shall sub mi t t h e t e a r - o f f q u a r te r l y r e p o r t t o N T C- M a f te r ob tain ing the ST O/ Ch ie f Of f i c e r s S i g n a tur e . Th e se repo rts sh all b e filled p eriodically and ch eck ed for corr ectness b efor e disp atch ing th e same to NTC- M. Upon r eceip t of th e qu ar ter ly r epor ts , NTCM r e cord and fo rward to th e A ssessme n t cen tre for endor seme n t.Certificates duly endorse by their respective schools Shipboard Training Officer shall be accepted by the Assessment Center as satisfactory completion of the ISF-TRB in accordance with the SSTP and the candidate will be endorse for the Degree in Bachelors of Science in Marine Transportation. Throughout this process, the cadet ought to remember that SSTP and ISF TRB is required to be presented to the assessor and the examining authority for verification.

IndexQu estion s in th e SSTP for Familiarization , Functions, Tank er Work, and Dry-Dock ing, p lease refer to th e nu mb er ing system in th e Cad e t Re cord Book. NTC-M h as g iven add itional qu estion s wh ich are nu mb er ed with th e pr ef ix X . Qu estions for th e add itiona l mo du les of Sh ipp ing Pra c tice and Eng in e ering Knowledg e will be pr efix SP and EK, resp ectiv ely.

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Fo r ea s y re fe ren c e an A lph ab e tic a l and a Nu me r ic a l ind ex is prov id ed a t th e end of the qu estionn air e. A DON E co lu mn is p rov ided in the ind ex to facilitate th e cad e t to ma in ta in a r eco rd of the ta sk co mpleted . Th e cadet sh all pu t [ ] in th is co lu mn to ind ica te c o mp le tion of th e task.

SubmissionTh e Cadet shou ld answer th e questions af ter sin cerely carrying ou t th e task under th e sup erv ision of th e STO. It will b e the Cadets respon sib ility to ob tain the sign atures of the STO or the ch ief Eng in e er in th e TRB as w e ll as in th e workbook s, wh en ever requ ired . Th e Cad e t w ill b e expected to fo llow th e gu id elines prov id ed.

CoursewareThe cadet will be given the following Materials by NTC-M, Cadet Project.

QuestionnaireQuestions for the entire programme will be given upon reporting of cadet at NTC-M prior to the endorsement to the Company for line up. The questions are with reference to the ISF TRB task and additional questions. The questions in the question bank are laid out under the following headings. CRB Task Related CRB Task If similar questions exist elsewhere in the CRB or the ISF TRB the related task number should be indicted for cross reference. Questions with reference to the CRB / ISF-TRB Reference- gives the reference books, manual, person, etc, which the cadet may consult, preferably before carrying out the task and answering the relevant questions. Marks Indicates the allotted marks for each of the questions. Remarks This column comprise of icons that will guide the Cadet in addressing the question. The following icons have been used:

DRAWING

The cadet is required to sketch/draw neatly to demonstrate his understanding of the task. Marks will be deducted for unsatisfactory drawings

HANDS-ON

The focus here is to get practical hands-on experience on the task. The cadet should be able to satisfy the assessors that he can practically achieve the task

WORK SAFETY

Some of the task will require Safety Precautions. The cadets are reminded that safety is our outmost importance and should take priority when doing any task Cadets are encouraged to think and use common sense when attempting all tasks, especially the ones marked. Cadets are expected to use their initiative and ingenuity when carrying out the tasks NTC-M encourages the cadet to be independent and perform the task with as little assistance as possible, especially when 1 person can do the task. However, it should be understood that some task can only be done with assistance and in such cases, appropriate help should be sought. Some tasks are required to be inspected personally by the STO. The STO should affix his signature in the workbook after satisfying himself that the task has been done satisfactorily. Page 4 of 9

THINK & ANSWER

ASSISTANCE NEEDED STOs SIGNATURE REQUIRED

CARE REQUIRED QUESTION INVOLES CALCULATION IMO DOCUMENTS

In the course of his training, the cadet may be required to handle delicate equipment/operation. All care must be taken into consideration to prevent any damage to the equipment when carrying out such tasks. This icon signifies numerical calculation. Scientific calculators may be used but cadets should not use any computer programs or special navigation calculators to arrive at the answers. The icon signifies that the cadet can refer to IMO documents like SOLAS, MARPOL, etc. IMO rules govern every aspect of shipboard equipment and shipboard operation. Getting an overview of these rules will give the cadet a wellrounded perspective of the subject.

Monthly workbooks7 Workbooks (including familiarization) will be used for every stage. Monthly Workbook 1 Familiarization Workbook The questions on familiarization should be answered in the first month for every ship that the cadet joins. The Cadet is not encouraged to answer any of the other tasks. However, if some important tasks have been assigned to the Cadet and if this is an answer to a task, then such answer should be filled up in Workbook no. 2. Monthly Workbooks 2-7 Cadets should take note that he would also be required to answer task relating Deck knowledge, Tanker Work, Dry Dock and Shipping Practice in their respective workbooks, in addition to the Monthly Workbook tasks. The cadets shall answer the following number of tasks per Monthly workbook: During Stage 1 : Minimum 32 task per month During Stage 2 and 3 : Minimum 23 task per month The Cadet should request STO to sign the relevant task in the respective sections of the CRB. The Cadet should take note that 1 task may comprise of several sub-task. For the purpose of satisfying the criteria for minimum number of task, one task shall be considered as all the sub tasks and sub-sub-task included in the main task given in the first column of the questionnaire. The Cadet should complete the workbook by the end of the month and dispatch it to NTC-M. (E.g. if the Cadet joins on the 5th of March, the familiarization workbook should be dispatched on the 5th of April or first port of call thereafter. The remaining workbooks (2-7) should be dispatched around 5th of every subsequent month). The Cadet should fill all the relevant vessel particulars in the Vessel data sheet of the Cadet Record Book or the ISF- TRB and attached a copy of this sheet to the familiarization workbook. Every workbook has the STO evaluation Sheet and this shall be filled by the STO after discussing with the Cadet. The Chief Officer should approve the report by signing the same.

Dry Docking WorkbookOne dry docking workbook will be issued to the cadet, prior joining the first ship. This workbook shall be completed and dispatched to NTC-M within 30 days of completing the dry dock. If none of his ships go to the dry dock, then, theoretical answers shall be given and the same dispatched.

Tanker WorkbookOne (1) Tanker workbook shall be issued to the Cadet, prior joining a Tanker or prior his last ship as a Cadet. At least 50% of the tanker Work Task shall be answered and submitted after the 4th Month along with the 4th Monthly Workbook. The remaining task should be addresses in the Second workbook and sent, latest, along with the 8th Monthly workbook. If however, he completes the Tanker Task earlier, he may submit the Tanker Workbook earlier.

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If Cadet is not assigned a tanker for the entire period of the SSTP, then, and only then, will he be allowed to give theoretical answers for the questions.

Navigation workbookOne workbook will be issued for the entire period as a cadet. This book will be divided into sections for sights, azimuths, amplitudes, course, distance and miscellaneous navigation calculations. All calculations should be done using tables and scientific calculators. It is emphasized that cadets should get adequate practice in using the sextant and be familiar with traditional methods of navigation in addition to using modern electronic navigation aids. The cadet shall request the STO or OOW to sign at the bottom of the page after verifying each calculation.

Daily workbookOne workbook shall be issued for every stage of sea service. The purpose of this workbook is to document the daily work assigned to a cadet. The cadet shall describe the learning achieved by doing the daily work. The Cadet shall request STO to validate entries by signing after every week.

Training LogOne training log will be issued to the Cadet for the entire period of the SSTP. The Cadet shall enter details of every Drill, Video, CBT and other training carried out on ship. The Cadet shall make a summary of the learning attained and document it in this book. The training Log shall be shown to NTC-M for evaluation after sea service.

Shipping PracticeOne shipping Practice workbook will be issued to the Cadet prior joining the first ship. The purpose of this module is to give the Cadet an exposure to the commercial aspects from the cadets perspective.

Engineering KnowledgeOne Engineering Knowledge Workbook will be issued to the cadet. The purpose of this module is to give the cadet an exposure to the general Engineering Knowledge from a cadets perspective.

Port logThis workbook will be issued to the cadet at the time of registration for the programme. The cadet on each ship shall carry this log. The cadet shall fill in all the details of each terminal visited. A small map is also appended in the last few pages, wherein, the cadet shall indicate the route of the ship followed on each voyage. It is advisable to use different colours for different voyages. The cadet is encouraged to paste photographs of the ports, if permitted, in the space provided. The cadet need not repeat the details if he calls the same ports more than ones. However, if he has any new entries to make then he shall write the same in the port. This log shall be shown to Assessor for evaluation after tenure.

Project WorkbookOne Project Workbook will be issued for every month. The purpose of a Project will be to get-in depth knowledge of a particular subject after referring to the instruction manual, experience of various shipboard and shore staff, internet, etc. It will be most appropriate to write about some work being done on board or an experience that the vessel undergoes. Project will be elaborate and contain sufficient photographs and drawing to explain and support the text.

All the above materials may be inspected by the assessors and therefore should be retained by the Cadet at least until the Cadet Secures his certificate of Competency.

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1 MonthDaily Workbook

st

2 MonthDaily Workbook

nd

3 MonthDaily Workbook

rd

ON BOARD ACTIVITY CHART STAGE 1, 2, 3 4 5 6 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th Month Month Month Month Month Month Month Month Month **ISF-TRB, Port Log, Training Logth th th

Daily Workbook

Daily Workbook

Daily Workbook

Daily Workbook

Daily Workbook

Daily Workbook

Vessel Data Sheet Fam. Workbook No.1

Project Workbook Shipping Practice workbook (50% in Stage 1 and 50% on Stage 2) Tanker Workbook Quarterly Report Monthly Seven (7) monthly workbooks including Fam., Tanker Workbook workbook should be dispatched to NTC-M at the end of Quarterly report No. 7 every month from the date of joining. e.g. if the Monthly cadet joins on the 5th of March, monthly workbook workbook should be dispatched every 5th of the No. 6 succeeding months. Monthlyworkbook No. 5 Monthly workbook No. 4 Monthly workbook No. 3 Monthly workbook No. 2

**to be inspected when cadets visits NTC-M after sign off from the vessel. Advice NTC-M when Stage 1 is completed End of stage 2Start of Stage 3

End of stage 1Start of Stage 2

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Communication Chart 1. All SSTP related communication from the cadet to NTC-M should be routed through the Master/ Chief Engineer or the STO. Any communication that has been directly sent by the Cadet will not be entertained. 2. Please follow the flow chart below.

Cadet Completes monthly workbook, tanker workbook /dry-dock workbook / engineering knowledge/ shipping practice as per SSTP

Hands over to the Master/ Shipboard Training Officer for dispatch

Dispatches workbooks to NTC-M with endorsements

Compiled by cadet in his SSTP workbooks

Corrections made and task redone in the next workbook as instructed by NTC-M STO

Received by NTC-M

Received by the vessel

NTC-M forwards report to Master/ STO of Vessel with necessary comments

Evaluates report

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EvaluationThe evaluation will be on a continuous basis for every workbook. No special test will be conducted. It is in the Cadets interest to take all questions seriously so that they complete the SSTP with good marks. The passing percentages will be as follows. Subject Familiarization Function 1: Navigation Stage 1 Function 1: Navigation Stage 2 Function 1: Navigation Stage 3 Function 2: Cargo Handling Stage 1 Function 2: Cargo Handling Stage 2 Function 2: Cargo Handling Stage 3 Function 3: Controlling Ops of Ships Stage 1 Function 3: Controlling Ops of Ships Stage 1 Function 3: Controlling Ops of Ships Stage 1 Dry Docking Tanker Work Daily Workbook Training Log Shipping Practice Engineering Knowledge Stage 1 Engineering Knowledge Stage 2 Engineering Knowledge Stage 3 Port Log Project Workbook Total Marks 150 600 535 570 285 96 185 368 370 338 150 600 150 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Passing Marks 90 360 321 342 171 58 111 221 222 203 90 360 90 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 Passing % 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60% 60%

The cadet should be able to accomplish 32 tasks for each month on Functions 1 to 3 and to be submitted monthly to the office excluding the tasks on Familiarization.

Procedure if workbook not submitted or Cadet not achieving passing gradesIn the event that the Cadet does not submit the workbook on time or does not complete the assigned task in the given time frame, he will stand to lose 10% marks. If the Cadet does not achieve a passing grade, he will have to repeat the assignment. No concessions will be accorded to the Cadet on any account. The Completion Certificate will only be given if at least 60% of assignments are done as per requirement. Theoretical Studies The Cadet will return to school/ Academy after the completion of the Cadetship. During this time, there will be a focus on studying the theoretical aspects of the various topics of his professional career.

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PARTICULARSPERSONAL PARTICULARS NAME: ADDRESS: DATE OF BIRTH: PASSPORT No.: SIRB No.: LICENSE:TRAINING COURSES CERTIFICATE No. DATE ISSUED

SHIPS PARTICULARSVESSELS NAME: PORT OF REGISTRY: CALL SIGN: OFFICIAL No.: OWNER: OPERATOR: TRADE AREA: LENGTH OVER ALL: GROSS TONNAGE: NET TONNAGE: SUMMER FREEBOARD: DEAD WEIGHT: LIGHT DISPLACEMENT: MAIN ENGINE MAKER/MODEL: OUTPUT/BHP/RPM: SERVICE SPEED: LENGTH OF STROKE/BORE: FUEL TYPE/CONSUMPTION: AUXILIARY ENGINE MAKER/MODEL: OUTPUT/BHP/RPM: LENGTH OF STROKE/BORE: FUEL TYPE/CONSUMPTION: STEERING GEAR MAKER/TYPE: TURBO CHARGER: ECONOMIZER: AUXILIARY BOILER MAKER/MODEL: WORKING PRESSURE: LIFEBOAT CAPACITY: No. OF LIFE RAFTS/CAPACITY: CARGO HANDLING GEAR: CRANES MAKER/TYPE/CAPACITY:

1.0 FAMILIARIZATION IN SAFETY MATTERS CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONSCopy the Crew List of your vessel (Name, Rank, Nationality, and Age) in the Familiarization workbook. Where is the Emergency Muster station on your vessel located? Demonstrate recognition of the alarm signals for: A. Fire B. Emergency C. Abandon ship Make a list in your TRB. Identify/ explain your tasks during shipboard emergencies as posted in the muster list. Draw the shortest escape route from your cabin to the Emergency Muster Station in the above plan. Locate medical and first aid equipments. Who are the Safety Officer, Security Officer and Fire Chief on your vessel? Identify the duties and responsibilities of Master, Chief Officer, Chief Engineer, and 1st Assistant Engineer. Explain life jacket/ immersion suits donning procedures. A. State the make/type of smoke/fire detector in your cabin. B. Explain how is it activated? C. What source of power does it have? D. Assist in carrying out testing of fire detection and alarm systems. E. Assist in testing/ assist in carrying out maintenance on: Sprinklers Fire doors Fire extinguishers BA sets A. Identify the location of the fire plan. B. Where can we find the duplicate copies of the fire plan? Locate/list the various IMO Safety Symbols on your ship and explain their meaning

Reference

Marks

Remarks

1.0.1 1.0.2

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1.0.4 1.0.5 1.0.6 1.0.7 1.0.8 1.0.9

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1.0 FAMILIARIZATION IN SAFETY MATTERS CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONSRead and note down in your workbook the specific shipboard procedures to be followed in the following cases: A. MOB B. FIRE C. OIL SPILL D. PIRACY E. GROUNDING F. FLOODING G. Other shipboard emergencies A. Demonstrate knowledge of cargo handling equipments including alarms and monitoring equipments. B. Identify hi-level alarms. C. Identify hi-hi level alarms. A. Demonstrate knowledge on fixed fire fighting system. B. How can this be activated? A. Locate the emergency generator room. B. Explain how emergency generator can be started. C. List the equipments supplied by the emergency generator. A. Locate the emergency fire pump. B. Explain emergency fire pumps start up procedures. State how it is powered. C. What is the fire pumps working pressure? D. Carry out testing of the emergency fire pump. State frequency of testing. A. Locate emergency compressor, explain start up procedures, and state how it is powered. B. List the equipments supplied by the emergency compressor. A. Locate the compressor for breathing apparatus. B. Explain how maintenance is carried out and at what interval. C. What is the working pressure for this compressor? D. How often do you replace suction filter? Start up the life boat engine. A. Explain start up procedures. B. State what are to be checked prior to starting. C. How do you start life boat engines in colder areas?

Reference

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Remarks

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1.0.4

Ships Contingency Plan

8

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1.0 FAMILIARIZATION IN SAFETY MATTERS CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONSA. Carry out routine maintenance on fire dampers and fire flaps. B. How often is the greasing of these flaps and dampers carried out?

Reference

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Remarks

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Visit the following areas and give information as required: A. Bridge Draw a plan showing various equipments B. Poop deck Draw a plan showing various equipments. C. Steering Flat State the type of steering system. State the procedure for emergency steering system. D. Paint Locker State the location and fire fighting arrangement. E. Refrigeration chambers State the number and purpose of reefer rooms. Describe the alarm system in each of these rooms. Locate the EPIRB/SART. A. State the make/purpose, explain operational procedures. Explain the importance of adhering to companys drug and alcohol policy. Identify locations of company manuals for Safety and Quality Management. Demonstrate knowledge on companys quality policy. Demonstrate knowledge on companys environmental protection policy. A. Demonstrate knowledge on ships security plan. B. Explain your assigned security duties.

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(Familiarization)

MONTHLY WORKBOOK

Name: CMS ID No: Company: Vessel: Stage: 1 / 2 / 3 Type of Vessel: Book: 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 School:

Task Report Sheet (Familiarization)NAME: VESSEL: Sq. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Date Completed Marks(to be filled by assessor)

Task No.

Sq. No 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Task No.

Date Completed

Marks(to be filled by assessor)

Total Marks Cadets Signature STOs Signature Date

Note to STO: Before signing, the STO should satisfy himself that the cadet has actually performed the tasks as listed above.

Task Answer Sheet (Familiarization)

Task Answer Sheet (Familiarization)

FUNCTION 1 1.1 NAVIGATION AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONS Reference Marks

STAGE 1

Remarks

1.1.1 Consult Navigational PublicationsA. Locate the Admiralty Chart catalogue on your vessel and study its contents. B. List the various UK Hydrographic Office products and services that are referenced in the Catalogue. C. What do you understand by the term Chart Folio? D. How many Folios have the world charts been divided into, by the British Admiralty? E. How are charts on board your vessel organized? Is there a folio system on your vessel? How many folios have the charts been arranged into on your ship? Locate the Admiralty Notices to Mariners on your vessel and study its contents. List its contents and explain the purpose of this publication. A. Locate the Sailing Directions on your vessel and study the structure of its contents. How many volumes has the world been divided into by the British Admiralty? List the various sources from where you can get this information. B. In what order have the various chapters been numbered? C. State the procedure of finding information for approaches to the next port on your current voyage from the Sailing Directions. A. Locate the List of Lights on your vessel and study its contents. How many volumes has the world been divided into by the Admiralty and where can you get this information? B. What is the importance of this publication on board your ship? C. What details are available against each light? D. In the Admiralty List of Lights, what do the lights typed in bold, Roman and italics indicate? E. Consult the List of Lights and give the complete details of any one major light. F. Locate the Mariners handbook on your vessel. What is the publication number? G. What kind of information does this publication give the navigator?

3 2 BA Chart Catalogue Chart Folios 2 1 2

1.1.1.1

1.1.1.2

BA Notices to Mariners

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1.1.1.3

2 BA List of Lights Mariners Handbook

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1.1.1.4

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1.1.1.5

3.1.1.2 3.1.1.3

1.1.1.6

1.1.1.7

A. How many volumes of Tide Tables does the Admiralty publish? B. Name the areas that each of them cover. What is the importance of this publication on board your ship? C. What details are available against each Port? D. What are Standard and Secondary Ports? E. How is a new moon and full moon indicated in the Tide Table? F. How does this information influence the tide? G. Using Tide Tables, find out tides for any of the Standard ports your vessel is operating in for 14th of September. A. What are the different types of Distance Tables available on your ship? B. How many volumes are published and for which areas? C. Using Distance Tables, determine the distance between any 2 ports that are more than 3000 miles apart. D. Give all alternative routes and the corresponding distances. A. List all volumes of Admiralty List of Radio Signals (ALRS) giving a short description on the contents of each. B. Using ALRS, find all particulars of any Racon in your vessels area of operations. C. Using ALRS, note down the reporting procedures for your next port of call. State which volumes of ALRS you consulted.

1 3 1 BA Tide Tables 2 1 2 2 1 2 Distance Tables 2 3 8 3 ALRS 2

1.1.1.8

A. Locate the publication Ocean Passages for the World on your vessel and study its contents. What is the publication number? B. What is the information available from this publication? C. Using Ocean Passages of the World, locate the Load Line zones diagram and list different types of zones. A. Explain the process by which you would select charts and publications for a voyage. B. Where would you locate the date of publication of the chart, scale of the chart and the small correction?

1 Ocean Passages for the World 3 3

5 Chart Work 2

1.1.1.9

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FUNCTION 1 1.1 NAVIGATION AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONS Reference Marks

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Remarks

1.1.1.10

1.1.1.11

1.1.1.12

Using Admiralty Chart 5011 (or USCG chart no. 1 or Indian Chart 5020) draw symbols and/or give abbreviations for: a) Steep coast, Cliffs b) Flood tide c) Depth contour 10 meters d) Clay bottom e) Rock which covers and uncovers f) Wreck, depth unknown, which is considered dangerous to surface navigation g) Obstruction or danger to navigation, depth unknown h) Wreck showing any part of hull or superstructure at the level of chart datum i) Production platform j) Precautionary area k) Conical buoy l) West cardinal mark m) Isolated danger mark n) Radar transponder beacon, 10 cm o) Data collection buoy p) Anchoring prohibited q) Submarine cable r) Pilot boarding place s) Chimney t) Position of tabulated tidal stream data with designation A. Using a chart catalogue, identify the Gnomonic chart, which would be used for a voyage from Tokyo to Los Angeles. B. Also identify the corresponding Mercator charts. C. Compare the 2 charts and explain the difference between them. If you do not have these charts on board, compare any Gnomonic chart with a corresponding Mercator chart. D. Practically, how will you utilize the Gnomonic chart for planning your passage. A. What do you understand by the term small scale chart and the term large scale chart? B. Differentiate between an Ocean chart, coastal chart and a plan chart. C. What is the scale of an Ocean chart, a chart used for coasting and a plan chart?

1 1 1 1 1 1 Admiralty Chart 5011 (or USCG chart no. 1 or Indian Chart 5020) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Principles of Navigation

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FUNCTION 1 1.1 NAVIGATION AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONS Reference Marks

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1.1.1.13

A. In your workbook, paste a typical navigational warning and a weather forecast received on your vessels Navtex receiver. B. Write a brief summary of your understanding of the message and the codes used.

1 ALRS 2

1.1.2 Identify Charts and Publications 1.1.2.1 1.1.2.2List the chart numbers that will be required for a voyage from Mumbai to Dubai. List the publications that will be required for a voyage from Mumbai to Dubai. A. How will you determine that the charts and publications selected are the latest editions? B. What do you understand by the term small corrections? C. How will you determine whether the charts and publications that you have selected for the voyage have been corrected to the latest date?

Bridge Publications

1 1 2 1

1.1.2.3

Chart Work 2

1.1.3 Learn about Compasses, their importance and compass errors A. Locate the Gyro and Magnetic Compasses Makers on board your vessel. In your workbook, Manual 2 write down details (type, make, model, etc.) 1.1.3.1of the compasses. B. Explain their functions and limitations briefly. C. How many repeaters does the gyrocompass have and where are they located? D. Locate the spare magnetic compass bowl. Draw a neat diagram showing graduations of compass in degrees and points. A. Locate the Azimuth mirror on your ship and draw a neat-labeled diagram of the Azimuth mirror. B. Explain how you would use it for terrestrial and celestial bearings. Explain the following briefly, using an appropriate figure: a) Rational horizon b) True altitude c) Zenith distance d) Azimuth e) Amplitude A. What do you understand by the term Comparing of compasses? B. State briefly the importance of comparing compasses.

Bridge Equipment &Watchkeeping

1 1 1 3 3 1 1

1.1.3.2

1.1.3.3

X.1.1.3.3

Principles of Navigation

1 1 1 1 1 1

1.1.3.4

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Remarks

1.1.3.5

1.1.3.6

1.1.3.6

1.1.3.5

1.1.3.7

1.1.3.8

1.1.3.4

1.1.3.9

2.1.2.3

1.1.3.10

A. Determine the Gyro and Magnetic compass error on your ship using a terrestrial object. Explain the procedure that you have followed. B. Explain how you will determine the Compass errors by taking the Azimuth of a celestial object. C. Determine the Gyro and Magnetic compass error on your ship by Azimuth, using the Sun, Moon, Stars and Planets. A. Document the above working and also the details in your workbook, as per the format of your ships Azimuth log and request the STO to confirm the compass error by putting his signature and ships stamp. B. Apply the compass error determined to your True Course to obtain the course to steer by Gyro and by Magnetic compass. Check with your STO whether the gyro is scheduled for overhauling or whether the Magnetic compass is scheduled for adjustment. Request to be present during the overhaul/adjustment. Record your observations in the workbook. Assist the duty officer during comparing of compasses and describe precisely how you will synchronize the repeaters with the Master Gyro compass. A. What do you understand by Magnetic Variation? B. What are the various sources from which you can locate this information? C. Calculate the variation for your vessels current position corrected for the current day. Show details in workbook. D. What do you understand by Magnetic deviation? E. Copy the deviation curve of your ships compass into your workbook. F. How often does the Magnetic compass need calibration? Determine the Gyro and Magnetic compass error on your ship by Amplitude using the Sun. Document the working and also the details in your workbook, as per the format of your ships Azimuth log, and request the STO to confirm the compass error by putting his signature and ships stamp.

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Makers Manual

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3

1 1 1 Chart Work 1 3 1

Practical Navigation

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FUNCTION 1 1.1 NAVIGATION AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CRB task Related CRB Task 2.1.2.3 2.1.6.7 3.1.1.4 QUESTIONS Reference Marks

STAGE 1

Remarks

1.1.3.11

1.1.3.12

What on board care and maintenance is to be carried on the Gyro and Magnetic compasses by the ship staff? Assist the Officer when he is carrying out this maintenance. What is the effect of loading ferrous cargo on a magnetic compass?

2 Magnetic Compass Makers Manual Companys Manual Makers Manual

2

1.1.4 Maintenance of Course steeredA. What is the purpose of having an Off-course alarm? B. How can it be tested? At what frequency should this test be carried out? C. State the procedure of setting this alarm on your vessels steering system. State the procedure for setting the time and present ships head on the course recorder of your vessel. State various routine markings that are to be made on the course recorder paper. Note the course steered. Compare this with the charted true course. What are the various reasons that this difference could be attributed to? A. Identify on the chart of the current voyage, various aids to navigation such as lighthouses, light vessels, sector lights, leading lights, direction lights, beacons, buoys, etc. Draw in your workbook the symbol with the characteristics as given on the chart, for any 5 of the above. B. Refer to the Admiralty List of Lights and write down the corresponding characteristics of the structure of the above. C. Identify the lights by sight as you pass the light and request OOW/STO to confirm this by signing in your workbook. With respect to lights, define the following, using diagrams where necessary: a) Elevation b) Range c) Period & Phase d) Sector light e) Leading lights f) Flashing g) Group Flashing h) Occulting i) Quick j) Isophase

2 1 1 1 1 2

1.1.4.1

2.1.2.2

1.1.4.2 1.1.4.3 1.1.4.4

1.1.5 Identify conspicuous objects and other terrestrial aids to navigation during daylight and at night

5 BA List of Lights 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1.1.5.1

X.1.1.5.1

BA List of Lights

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FUNCTION 1 1.1 NAVIGATION AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONS Reference Marks

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Remarks

1.1.5.2

1.1.5.3

1.1.5.4

1.1.5.5

1.1.5.6

Identify 2 lighthouses/shore objects near your vessel. Take bearings of these 2 lighthouses/shore objects and determine your vessels position. In your workbook, make a scale drawing of the relevant area of the chart and the ships position as obtained above. A. State rule 5 as per the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (Colreg). B. Name all the publications where you can find the collision regulations. C. Keep a look out watch by day, night and during restricted visibility and record the same in your workbook. Get this verified by the OOW. D. What were the tasks that you carried out while on look out duty? E. State the duties that an OOW would carry out while on bridge watch at sea and at anchor. A. Read the publication NP 735. Differentiate between Region A and Region B of the IALA Maritime Buoyage System. B. Draw neat diagrams showing the IALA Maritime Buoyage System of both regions as given in NP 735 (Diagram 10 & 11). A. How will you report to the OOW when you sight a vessel on the horizon? B. What do you understand by the following: a) Right ahead b) Head-on c) Fine on the port bow d) 1 point on starboard bow e) 1 point forward of the starboard beam f) On the port beam g) 2 points abaft the port beam h) Right astern C. Draw a neat accurate diagram showing all the above points and the relative compass bearings in degrees. D. What would you infer from a bearing opening and a bearing closing? A. Explain the term Magnitude with reference to stars. B. List the magnitude, the astronomical name, common name and number of all stars brighter than magnitude 1.0. C. List the names and magnitudes of all planets used for navigation.

3

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1.1.6 Determine Ships position, and calculate the DR position with the knowledge of courses steered and distances steamedA. Define the following terms. Use diagrams, where appropriate. a) Latitude b) Longitude c) Dlat & Dlong d) Dead reckoning position e) Estimated position f) Observed position g) Speed made good h) Course steered i) Course made good A. Record in your workbook all the waypoints of any voyage having at least 10 waypoints. (If your ship is on short voyages, then, several voyages may be clubbed together.) B. Indicate the name of the port of departure and arrival. C. Work out the course and distance between the waypoints. Obtain the navigating officers signature against your working. Enumerate the reasons for a difference to arise between a DR and Observed position. A. How will you determine the vessels DR position using: a) Ships Log and course steered b) Engine RPM and course steered B. Referring to task 1.1.6.1, determine the vessels DR position 2 hours from an observed position on any leg and make a scale drawing to describe this. Obtain the navigating officers signature. C. Describe the relation between rpm, pitch and the ships speed. (assume slip = 0) D. Assuming slip = 0, tabulate your vessels speed for rpms at D S Ahd, S Ahd, H Ahd, F Ahd and Full Away speeds. For any 3 consecutive days on your voyage in task 1.1.6.1, calculate daily noon to noon distance, average speed, course made good, set and drift encountered, ETA at next Waypoint and ETA at destination. Obtain the navigating officers signature against your working.

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 Practical Navigation 1 5 3 1 1 3

X.1.1.6

1.1.6.1

1.1.6.2

1.1.6.3

2 2

1.1.6.4

2.1.7.10 2.1.10.2

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1.1.6.5

A. What do you understand by the terms set and drift? B. In task 1.1.6.3, what will be your DR in the following cases: a) A current setting you to the West at 1 knot b) A wind from SE causing a drift of 1 knot c) A combination of the above current and wind Obtain the navigating officers signature against your working.

2 1 Chart Work 1 1

1.1.7 Operate all navigational equipment carried on the ship and apply the information obtained to ascertain the ships position X.1.1.7What is the full form of RADAR? On what principle does a Radar work? A. In your workbook, note down the particulars of the Radars on your ship and briefly state the procedure for their operation as stated in the operation manual. B. What precautions will you take before you switch on the Radar? C. Having studied the procedure, request the navigating officer to supervise you as you switch the Radar on. Explain the functions of the following controls of a Radar: a) Brilliance b) Gain c) Tuning d) Anti Sea clutter e) Anti Rain clutter f) Variable Range Marker g) Range rings h) Electronic bearing line i) North up display j) Head up display A. Define CPA and TCPA. B. While on a course of 042 (T) at 15 Kts a target on the Radar screen was observed at 0640 hrs to bear 351 (T) at a range of 11 M. At 0652 it bore 355 (T) at 7.1 M range. Find the time and distance at nearest approach (CPA), course and speed of target. Show the workings in the workbook or attach the plotting sheet.

Shipborne Radar Makers Manual

3

3 2

1.1.7.1

2.1.3.1 2.1.8.2

Shipborne Radar

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X.1.1.7.1

Shipborne Radar

1.1.7.2

Shipborne Radar

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1.1.7.3

What do you understand by Parallel Indexing? Explain with the help of diagrams. A. How is the Radar used for position fixing? B. What are the factors that determine the accuracy of Radar fixes? C. What are the possible errors when taking a Radar bearing? D. Explain briefly about each error. A. What do you understand by Decca chains? B. In which BA publication will you be able to locate information of Decca chains in operation and their coverage? C. Briefly explain the principle of operation for Decca navigator. How is Decca navigator used to fix a ships position? A. Describe the errors of a Decca system. B. Describe the procedures to correct the errors of the Decca system. A. On what principle does an echo sounder work? Explain with the help of a suitable diagram. B. What are the controls on the echo sounder equipment and what are their uses? C. What are the errors of an echo sounder? How many echo sounder transducers does your vessel have and where are they located? A. What does the abbreviation LORAN stands for? B. Explain briefly the working of LORAN C system. C. State the errors of the LORAN C system. D. In which BA publication will you be able to locate information of Loran chains in operation and their coverage? A. What is the make/model of the GPS equipment on your vessel? B. Draw a labeled diagram of the GPS front panel. C. Name the basic function keys and state their use. D. What is the starting & the operating procedure of the GPS equipment on board your vessel? E. What checks will you carry out to ensure correct working of the equipment?

Shipborne Radar

3 2

1.1.7.4

3.1.3.13

Shipborne Radar

3 3 3 2

1.1.7.5

Bridge Equipment &Watchkeeping

1 3 2 1 2

1.1.7.6 1.1.7.7

Makers Manual Bridge Equipment &Watchkeeping

4 5 3 2 1

1.1.7.8

X.1.1.7.8

1.1.7.9

2.1.6.8

Bridge Equipment &Watchkeeping

2 1 1 1

Equipment Operating Manual Bridge Equipment &Watchkeeping

3 4 3 2

1.1.7.10

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F. In case of a power failure, what back up is provided for your GPS? A. What do you understand by the term Datum and how is this useful in navigation? B. Where will you find information regarding the Datum in use and how will you feed this information to your GPS equipment? C. What errors would result in case of a wrong datum being entered in your GPS equipment? A. With the help of a diagram, explain the principle of obtaining a fix by GPS. B. When on a coastal passage, take a visual fix and a GPS fix at the same time. Make a scale drawing of this in your workbook. C. What are the possible reasons for a difference between the 2 positions? A. What do you understand by the abbreviation ARPA? B. Briefly state the functioning of an ARPA with special reference to various controls. A. State the type of Speed Log on your vessel. B. Describe its operating procedures.

1 Mariners Handbook 1 2 Bridge Equipment &Watchkeeping

X.1.1.7.11

2 10 4 2 1 6 1

Bridge Equipment &Watchkeeping

1.1.7.12

Modern Electronic Navigation Aids Makers Manual Makers Manual

1.1.7.13

2.1.6.13

1.1.7.14

2.1.6.8

1.1.7.15

3 Modern Compare the different methods of position Electronic fixing using various electronic aids to navigation 12 Navigation on your ship. Aids 1.1.8 Demonstrate careful handling of a Chronometer and Sextant A. What is a marine chronometer? 2B. How will you ascertain the error of your chronometer? C. Which BA publication will give you the information regarding time signals? D. What are the radio frequencies/stations on which you can obtain the radio time signal? E. Are there any other sources where you can find the GMT accurately on the bridge? Assume you are given the task of taking the chronometer time when the 2nd officer is taking a sight. Describe how you will go about doing this practically, keeping in mind that accuracy is of prime importance. A. Draw a neat-labeled diagram of a marine sextant. B. What are the various sextant errors and how are they corrected?

Marine Chronometer Practical Navigation

1 1 1 1 3

1.1.8.1

1.1.8.2

1.1.8.3

2.1.6.2

Marine Sextant

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1.1.8.4

2.1.3.3

1.1.8.5

A. Take a sextant altitude of the Sun and Moon and correct the altitude for all errors. Show the working in your workbook. B. Correct the chronometer time for error. Record the same in your workbook. Request the navigating officer to confirm that you have taken a proper altitude and noted the correct chronometer time. Explain with the help of a diagram: a) vertical sextant angle b) horizontal sextant angle c) how a horizontal sextant angle is used to obtain a position circle?

6 Practical Navigation 2

1 Chart Work 1 2

1.1.9 Transmit and Receive Information VisuallyA. What are the various equipments on board available for sending a morse signal? B. Study the Morse code by heart. Write down the Morse code for all alphabets and numerals in your workbook. C. Practice the Morse code for at least one month. Practice mentally at every opportunity. After 1 month of practice, request the STO or OOW to receive the following message which you will transmit by Morse: The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog 1234567890 D. Request the STO/OOW to transmit a message by Morse to you and check your Morse receiving skills. Write down the message that is sent by the STO/OOW in your workbook. A. What are the various sizes and shapes of flags available on board? B. What is an ensign? C. Draw the national flag of the country of registry of your vessel. D. Draw the Indian red ensign. A. Using bunting cloth available on board, stitch a flag measuring 6 x 4 of any one of the following countries: India, Bangladesh, Japan or Norway. Attach this Flag to the workbook. Request your STO to confirm by signing in the workbook. B. Explain what method is used to prevent the fly-end from fraying.

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1.1.9.1

2.1.4.1

International Code of Signals

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1.1.9.2

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1.1.9.3

3.1.7.1

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1.1.9.4

1.1.9.7 2.1.10.4

Use the IMO publication Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP) as your reference and explain the following: a) Port 20 b) Hard-a-starboard c) Ease to 10 d) Finished with wheel also state when this order will be used e) Port, steer three zero five f) Steady g) Steady as she goes h) How will you report when the ship is not responding to the helm given? i) Bow thrust full/half to port side j) You heard the Master telling the OOW: You now have the watch. What do you understand by this? k) You heard the Master telling the OOW: I now have the conn. What do you understand by this? l) Walk out port anchor m) Walk back port / anchor one / shackle n) Pay out cable o) Off air p) How will you correct a mistake made in transmission on VHF? q) Correct the following as per SMCP: May I enter fairway? You should anchor in anchorage B 3. You could be running into danger. r) Rendezvous A. What is the meaning of the term Dress ship? B. Where and under what circumstances are the following flags hoisted: National flag, ensign, house flag, and courtesy flag? C. How will you salute a naval ship? D. When is a flag hoisted at half-mast? A. From the appropriate Admiralty publication, find out the VHF channel and correct calling name for the following pilots: Rotterdam, Buenos Aires, New York. B. For your next port of call, request the OOW to allow you to contact the pilot station giving ETA and other information. Write down the entire transcript of your communication with the pilot station and your entry into the VHF log.

SMCP 1 2 4 1 1

1.1.9.5

1.1.9.6

1.1.9.3 2.1.10.4

Admiralty Publications

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FUNCTION 1 1.1 NAVIGATION AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL CRB task Related CRB Task QUESTIONS Reference Marks

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1.1.9.7

1.1.9.8

3.1.7.8

1.1.9.9

1.1.9.8 3.1.7.8

1.1.9.10

A. Write the meaning of the following single letters as per international code of signals: a) A b) B c) G d) H e) Q f) Y B. Write your full name in phonetics and draw the corresponding flags in your workbook. C. When will you use the answering pendant? D. Study the publication International Code of Signals. Note in your workbook the various topics as given on the contents page. A. What is a daylight-signaling lamp? How is it used? B. What is the make and model of this equipment on board? A. How is the Aldis lamp powered in an emergency? B. What care and maintenance does this equipment require? C. What maintenance does the power unit require? A. How will you signal to a shore station using flags? B. How will you answer a signal using flags?

2 2 3 1 1 1 Makers Manual International Code of Signals 1 1 1 1

International Code of Signals

1.1.10 Competence in MeteorologyWherever possible/relevant, note down the make/model/type of the following equipment on board your vessel. Write a short note on each, accompanied by a diagram: a) Anemometer b) Barometer c) Barograph d) Facsimile recorder e) Hydrometer f) Whirling Psychrometer g) Sea water thermometer h) Marine bucket i) Air thermometer (wet and dry) and Stevensons screen Learn and understand the use of weather codes. On any voyage, make daily weather observations. Use weather code to fill the appropriate weather report forms. Copy the codes into your workbook.

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1.1.10.1

Marine Meteorology

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1.1.10.2

X.3.1.4

Marine Meteorology

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1.1.10.3

1.1.10.4

1.1.10.5

1.1.10.6

1.1.10.7

X.1.1.10.7

With the help of a cloud chart, identify the following clouds. Get this verified by the OOW. Write short notes on the following types of clouds: a) Cirrostratus b) Altocumulus c) Stratus d) Cumulonimbus For the following sea criterion, refer to Beaufort scale of wind force and state the correct Beaufort wind force. a) Small waves becoming longer; fairly frequent white horses. b) Moderately high waves of greater length; edges of crests begin to break into spindrift. The foam is blown in well-marked streaks along the direction of the wind. c) Small wavelets, still short but more pronounced, crests have a glassy appearance and do not break. A. What is a cyclone or a low and what weather is associated with it? B. What is an anti cyclone or High and what weather is associated with it? C. Define Tropical Revolving Storm. D. Explain with help of a diagram the following: a) Col b) Ridge or Wedge c) Trough Explain what you understand by Surface Weather Charts, Ice charts and Wave Charts received by Facsimile Recorder. Paste a weather Fax in your workbook. A. Name different types of Barometers. B. State the errors of an Aneroid Barometer and describe how you will allow for these errors before recording in the log book. C. What precautions are to be taken when using an aneroid barometer? Using the Mariners Handbook, define different types of fog.

Cloud Chart

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NAVIGATION (Stage 1) WORKBOOK

Name: CMS ID No: Company: Vessel: Stage: 1 / 2 / 3 Type of Vessel: School:

Task Report Sheet (Navigation Stage 1)NAME: VESSEL: Sq. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Date Completed Marks(to be filled by assessor)

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Task No.

Date Completed

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Total Marks Cadets Signature STOs Signature Date

Note to STO: Before signing, the STO should satisfy himself that the cadet has actually performed the tasks as listed above.

Task Answer Sheet (Navigation Stage 1)

Task Answer Sheet (Navigation Stage 1)

FUNCTION 2 1.2 CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL Related CRB task CRB QUESTIONS Reference Marks TaskA. Locate and identify the following on board your ship. a) Frame e) Stringers b) Beam f) Longitudinal c) Transverse g) Girder d) Floors B. What do you understand by the following? a) Transverse framing b) Longitudinal framing c) Composite framing C. Identify the type of framing on your vessel. Explain the same with the help of sketches. A. What is a hatch coaming? B. Sketch and label the construction of a hatch coaming of your ship, its connection to longitudinal transverse beam and main deck. A. What is the GRT, NRT and Official Number of your vessel? B. Besides the various plans, where else will you find the Official Number and the NRT painted/etched? C. Locate the main beam of your ship, how is this different from the other beams/girders? Explain how weather tightness is achieved in the following, on board your vessel: a) Hatch covers b) Tank lids/booby hatches c) Air pipes d) Ramps e) Accommodation doors A. Explain the operation of opening & closing hatch covers/ ramps/ tank lids on your vessel (any 1, as applicable). B. What are the maintenance procedures to be carried out on hatch covers/ ramps/ tank lids on your vessel? Draw a neat diagram showing the lubricating points/system on these hatch covers/ ramps/ tank lids (any 1, as applicable). C. List the different types of grease that you will use for the following parts: wires, blocks, sheaves, cleats, wedges, open gear of the winch, etc. D. What is the purpose of hatch sealing tapes and how will you go about using this tape? In case of a failure in the normal operating system of the Hatch Covers/Ramps, what emergency procedures have been provided on your vessel for opening/closing these hatch covers/ramps?

STAGE 1

Remarks

1.2.1 Opening/battening down hatches, deep tank lids, manhole lids, trimming hatches etc. ensure water/weather tightness

X 1.2.1

Ship Construction

20

1 Ship Construction 4 1 Ships Plan 1 1 3 Ship Construction 3 3 3 3 4

1.2.1.1

1.2.1.2

1.2.1.3

Ship Construction

3 Makers Manual 3 Ships Plan 3 Makers Manual

1.2.1.4

1.2.1.6 3.2.1.1

1.2.1.5

1.2.1.5 3.2.1.1

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FUNCTION 2 1.2 CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL Related CRB task QUESTIONS Reference Marks Task 1.2.1.6 2.2.1.6 3.2.1.2How will you prepare cargo holds/cargo tanks prior loading cargo on your vessel? A. Draw to scale, a labeled diagram showing the capacity of each hold/tank with dimensions. B. To obtain this information, which plan on board will you refer to? C. Attach a typical cargo plan for a particular loaded voyage in your workbook. D. What are the various methods of segregating different types of cargo destined for different ports of discharge, on board your ship? A. Describe the various types of bulkheads on board your vessel. What do you understand by corrugated bulkheads? B. What are the advantages of Corrugated bulkheads over plate bulkheads? A. Locate and state the non-return valves on deck and cargo spaces on board your vessel. B. What is the purpose of having these valves on board? C. What is a storm valve? D. Locate the storm valves on your vessel and indicate their position with respect to frame numbers and decks. E. Draw a neat diagram showing the construction and working of both these valves. A. Draw a labeled deck plan of your vessel, showing the location of air pipes, filling pipes, sounding pipes, temperature pipes, ventilators and other openings, if any. B. In a neat drawing, show the closing arrangement of these openings. A. Locate the striker plate of the sounding pipe in the hold bilges or ballast tanks of your vessel. What is the function of a striker plate? B. Draw a diagram of a striker plate and the associated sounding pipe indicating dimensions. A. Sketch the layout of tanks/holds and the location of bilges on your vessel. B. Sketch the bilge pumping system on board your vessel. C. Using a colored pen, indicate on the pumping plan how you would line up and pump out the Fore Peak tank. A. On your vessel, locate the various valves for ballasting/deballasting the Fore Peak tank. B. What system is used for operating these valves?

STAGE 1

Remarks

5 5 1 Ships Plan 1 1 2 Ship Construction 3 2 2 1 1 2 3

1.2.1.7

1.2.1.8

1.2.1.9

8 Ships Plan 6 2 Ships Plan 2

1.2.1.10

1.2.1.11

1.2.1.12

Ships Plan

3

X 1.2.1.12

Ships Plan

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FUNCTION 2 1.2 CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL Related CRB task QUESTIONS Reference Marks Task

STAGE 1

Remarks

A. What are the various methods of determining tank/bilge levels on your 2 vessel? B. Describe each of these methods. 3 1.2.1.13 3.3.2.2 C. How often are soundings taken on your 1 vessel and why? D. Where are these soundings recorded? 1 A. What are the various types of dunnage 3 available? State their use. B. You are given the responsibility of stowing Cargo Work 1.2.1.14 3.2.1.3 for Ships and securing 20 lubricating oil drums (200 ltrs each) temporarily on the poop deck, 2 Officers how will you go about doing this? Use a drawing to explain. A. What factors/corrections have to be considered/applied when finding the 2 quantity of ballast in the tanks? B. After taking soundings of ballast and fresh Ships water tanks, for any given day, calculate the 1.2.1.16 quantity using the Ships Tables, assuming Stability ballast water density as 1015 kgs/m3. Write 3 down these soundings, volumes and quantities in your workbook and show the working. 1.2.2 Operation of Cargo gear, standing and running rigging, SWL and Safe working practices A. Explain how you will make an eye splice of 4 a fiber rope and a wire rope. B. Take the bosuns assistance and learn how X.1.2.2. 1.2.2.7 to make an eye splice of a fiber rope and a Seamanship wire rope. 6 Show the splices to our STO and get his acceptance by signing in your workbook.

1.2.2.1

2.2.2.1 3.2.2.1

Assist in the routine maintenance/ overhauling/ inspection of the following equipment and write short notes of your observations. a) Blocks b) Shackles c) Heel pins of derricks/cranes/davits d) Inspection of ringsWhat precautions are to be taken when topping/lowering/using the following gear on board your ship? State the safety devices/alarms fitted on the following equipment to ensure their safe operation. a) Ramps b) Cranes (Cargo and/or Provision) c) Derricks (Cargo and/or Provision)

Seamanship

8

Chief Engineer Makers Manual

2

1.2.2.2

2 2 2

d) Davits (Provision/Bunker)

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FUNCTION 2 1.2 CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL Related CRB task QUESTIONS Reference Marks TaskA. Define the following: a) SWL b) Breaking stress c) Factor of safety B. What do you understand by Standing and Running Gear? Identify and list out these on board your vessel. C. Draw a plan of your vessel indicating location and SWL of the following gear as applicable. a) Ramps b) Cranes (Cargo and/or Provision) c) Derricks (Cargo and/or Provision) d) Davits (Provision/Bunker)

STAGE 1

Remarks

1 1 1 2

Seamanship

1.2.2.3

Cargo Work 4

1.2.2.4

2.2.2.1 3.2.2.1

Assist in the routine maintenance/ overhauling/ inspection of the following equipment and write short notes of your observations. e) Blocks f) Shackles g) Heel pins of derricks/cranes/davits h) Inspection of ringsA. Locate the Cargo Gear and Machinery Register on board your ship. List out the contents and layout of this register and briefly explain each of the topics.

Seamanship

8

3 Cargo Work for Ships Officers

1.2.2.5

B. What do you understand by Annual inspection? C. Which port regulations govern the safety requirement of cargo gear? Write a short note on your general understanding of these regulations.

2

3

1.2.2.6

1.2.2.7

1.2.2.3 X.1.2.2.3 2.3.7.4

A. Name the various parts of a derrick using a suitable diagram. B. What is the function of a preventer guy of a derrick? A. What do you understand by whipping of ropes/wires and what are its uses? B. Using an 8 12 mm diameter polypropylene rope, practice the following knots and hitches and write the uses of these knots in your workbook a) Figure-of-8-knot b) Sheet bend c) Clove hitch d) Reef knot e) Bow line f) Bow line on the bight

Seamanship

5

Seamanship

12

g) Timber hitch i) Monkeys fist

h) Sheepshank

C. Briefly describe the procedure of uncoiling a right hand and left hand wire rope.

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FUNCTION 2 1.2 CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL Related CRB task QUESTIONS Reference Marks TaskA. As a general rule, the circumference of a rope is measured in _____ (units) and the diameter is measured in _____ (units). B. How will you convert one unit to another? C. Describe using a diagram, the correct way and the wrong way of measuring the diameter of a rope with a vernier calliper. D. What do you understand by the term lay of a rope? E. Describe the purpose of the various types of lays. F. Take a round of your vessel and identify and list the different types of lays of the ropes. G. What are the different types of materials used for making ropes/wire ropes? Elaborate on the advantages and disadvantages of each material. H. Briefly describe the construction of any wire rope. I. What is the function of the core of the rope? J. What is IWRC? What do you understand by a 6 x 24 and 6 x 36 wire rope? K. How will you go about selecting the correct size of rope and wire to make a sling of 5T SWL? L. Using a vernier calliper measure the diameter of 1 polypropylene rope, 1 Manila rope and 2 wires (6 x 24 and 6 x 36). M. Calculate the breaking stress and SWL of these ropes and wires. Show the calculation in your workbook. A. Locate the IMDG Code books on your vessel and briefly describe the layout of these books. B. As per the IMDG, dangerous cargo is divided into several classes. Name and describe each of them, giving suitable examples. C. With respect to dangerous goods, what do you understand by segregation and compatibility? D. Briefly describe the precautions to be taken before loading dangerous goods of different classes. E. Assuming you are loading dangerous goods, how will you prepare the cargo holds to load this cargo? As per STCW, while in port, what are the various duties of an OOW during cargo operation (loading/discharging?

STAGE 1

Remarks

1 1 3 1 1 2

1.2.2.8

2.2.2.3 2.2.2.6

Seamanship

3 2 1 2 1 2 3 2

IMDG Code 5

1.2.2.9

1.2.3.6 2.2.3.4 3.2.3.6 3.2.3.7

2 Cargo Work for Ships Officers 3 3

1.2.2 Learn and understand the documentation provided for planning of the cargo and the regulations that are required to be taken into account

1.2.3.1

STCW NauticalWatchkeeping

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FUNCTION 2 1.2 CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL Related CRB task QUESTIONS Reference Marks TaskA. In your workbook, draw to scale the following draft marks: a) between 7 and 8 meters b) between 30 and 34 feet B. On these diagrams, indicate the following drafts: a) 7.05m b) 7.3m c) 7.72m d) 8.1m e) 3001 f) 3103 g) 3206 C. What precautions are to be taken while reading draft marks to ensure accuracy of reading? D. How does reading of draft marks incorrectly affect the quantity of cargo on board? E. How does reading of draft marks incorrectly affect the quantity of cargo on board? F. How does reading of draft marks incorrectly affect the quantity of cargo on board? G. Find the TPC of your vessel at the maximum summer draft and light ship draft and state the source of this information. H. Why are these 2 figures different? A. What checks are required to be carried out on the cargo, being presently loaded on your ship, to ensure that it is fit for carriage? B. During this check, you find that some cargo is damaged. Briefly describe the action that you will take. A. Draw and color the cargo stowage plan for one of the voyages on your vessel. B. How will you ensure that the correct cargo is being discharged/loaded for the right port? A. How will you prevent damage to cargo while loading and discharging? B. As an OOW, what cargo anti-pilferage measures will you take? A. What securing arrangements do you have for cargo on board your ship? B. Draw a detailed diagram of the securing arrangement, showing the type of equipment used for securing cargo, securing points, etc. C. In which document, on board, will you find details of securing cargo?

STAGE 1

Remarks

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

1.2.3.2

1.2.3.3

3 3 3 NauticalWatchkeeping

1.2.3.4

2.2.3.5 3.2.3.3

2 2 2

1.2.3.5

1.2.3.6

On Board Documents

2 1

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CHS (Stage 1) WORKBOOK

Name: CMS ID No: Company: Vessel: Stage: 1 / 2 / 3 Type of Vessel: School:

Task Report Sheet (CHS Stage 1)NAME: VESSEL: Sq. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Date Completed Marks(to be filled by assessor)

Task No.

Sq. No 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Task No.

Date Completed

Marks(to be filled by assessor)

Total Marks Cadets Signature STOs Signature Date

Note to STO: Before signing, the STO should satisfy himself that the cadet has actually performed the tasks as listed above.

Task Answer Sheet (CHS Stage 1)

Task Answer Sheet (CHS Stage 1)

FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

CRB task

Related Task

QUESTIONS

Reference

Marks

Remarks

1.3.1 Seamanship and Pollution PreventionA. When will you use a bosuns chair and when would you prefer to use a stage when working aloft/overside? B. State the safe practices that you will follow when working aloft and overside. C. On board your ship, find and note in your workbook the following particulars: a) Size and type of rope used for the bosuns chair. Type and size of wood used for the bosuns chair b) Type of securing rope arrangement for the bosuns chair c) Size of stage and size of the rope used d) Purpose of the horn (cross plank) of the stage and state how it is secured to the main plank. Why is one end of the horn parceled in cloth? e) The type of safety belt/harness used when working aloft/overside f) Type of life vest when working overside A. What do you understand by enclosed spaces and give some examples of enclosed spaces on your ship? B. Prior entering an enclosed or confined space, what checks will you carry out? C. Name the checklists used by your company prior entering an enclosed space. D. What equipment should be kept ready at hand before entering an enclosed space? E. Mention the make/type of each of these equipments and write short notes, where applicable. A. What preparations will you make on your vessel prior, during and after bunkering operations, to prevent oil pollution? B. Read your companys pre-bunkering checklist and fill in a mock checklist for any particular bunker operation and copy down the entries as per the checklist in you workbook. C. What would be the correct action to take in the following cases while bunkering? a) If there is heavy rain and water is filling up on deck b) Strong winds when bunkering at anchorage c) Leak in bunker pipeline on deck Locate and read the MARPOL Annex III. Answer the following questions: a) What is a harmful substance?

2 3

1.3.1.1

1.3.2.10 1.3.2.11 1.3.2.12 2.3.3.3 3.3.2.13

Code of Safe Working Practice for Merchant Seamen

1

1 1 2 1 1

1.3.1.2

2.3.4.7 3.3.2.13

Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen

2 2 1

Company Manuals

2 4 3

Company Manual

1 SOPEP 1 Chief Engineer 1 1 MARPOL 2

1.3.1.3

2.3.1.3 3.3.1.4 3.3.1.5

1.3.1.4

1.2.2.10

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FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

CRB task

Related task

QUESTIONSb) How should you treat empty packages that have previously carried harmful substances? c) Write a brief note on the durability requirement of the labeling. d) On your ship, identify 5 non-cargo items that have been labeled as Marine Pollutants. e) Under what circumstances can harmful substances be thrown overboard? Draw the Waste management plan followed on board your vessel and show an understanding of preventing pollution by sewage and garbage into the sea by stating in your workbook the discharge/disposal requirements of each, in & outside special areas. A. What is the meaning of Noxious Liquid Substance? Give examples.

Reference

Marks

Remarks

1 1 IMDG Code 2 2

1.3.1.5

2.3.1.7

MARPOL

5

2 MARPOL 2 1 1 MARPOL 1 1 1 1 Ship Construction 1 1 1 1 1 2 Ship Construction

1.3.1.6

1.3.1.7

2.3.2.1 3.3.6.3

1.3.1.8

1.3.1.9

B. How are the noxious liquid substances categorized in Annex II of MARPOL 73/78? A. In which book would the chief officer make an entry of the internal transfer of oil cargo enroute to the discharge port? B. List the main headings of the entries made in this book. C. How many parts does this book have? D. Which officers are authorized to sign this book? E. How many years is the book kept on board after completion of its pages? Define the following basic dimensions of the ship with help of diagrams. a) Length Over All b) Fwd & Aft perpendicular c) Moulded depth d) Moulded breadth e) Freeboard f) Camber Refer 1.2.3.1 A. What is a Plimsoll mark? B. Draw a scale diagram of the Load line marks (including the deck line and the disc) on your vessel as seen from port side and a separate diagram of the same as seen from stbd side. C. Give the exact dimensions of these marks.

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FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

CRB task

Related task

QUESTIONSA. Accompany the Officer on stations forward during a berthing operation. Answer the following questions: a) Describe the procedure used for making fast the tug. b) State how many lines are used for making fast the vessel and the order in which they were sent out and made fast explain the final mooring arrangement with a diagram. c) How were the ropes made fast on the bitts (figure of eight, etc.)? d) If you had split drums for wire ropes, then, what is the maximum length of wire that can be warped on the split drum explain giving reasons. B. Accompany the Officer on stations aft during a berthing operation. Answer the following questions: a) State how many lines are used for making fast and the order in which they were sent out and made fast. Explain the final mooring arrangement with a diagram. b) Are there any other special precautions to be taken when sending lines ashore which is different from forward station? C. Request the STO to assign you bridge duties during berthing. What were the duties that you were expected to perform? D. Accompany the Officer on stations forward during an anchoring operation. Answer the following questions: a) What preparations were made prior anchoring? b) Describe in detail the entire anchoring operation as was observed by you. A. Sketch and describe various parts of your ships anchor. B. How does an anchor hold a ship in position?

Reference

Marks

Remarks

1

3 2 3

1.3.1.10

Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen

4 Company Manuals 1

1

5

5 3

NauticalWatchkeeping

X.1.3.1

C. Explain the following anchoring terms: a) Walking back the anchor b) Acockbill c) Up & Down d) Short stay e) Long stay f) Brought up D. Draw a diagram showing mooring equipment arrangement plan Fwd and Aft on board your vessel.

Seamanship 6 Ships Plan 8

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FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

CRB task

Related task

QUESTIONS

Reference

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Study the mooring equipment arrangement forward and answer the following questions: 2 a) What is bitter end? How is it secured on your ship? Seamanship b) Explain what are the markings on the anchor. 2 c) How is the cable marked to indicate the 2 number of shackles? d) On your ship, what is the procedure for 2 clutching-in/out the gear of your windlass? 1.3.1.11 e) What is the material, size, lay and 2 construction of the mooring rope/wire? f) What is the purpose of gant lines? 1 Makers g) What method was used to transfer the rope Manual from the winch to the bitts? Make a rough 2 sketch and describe the arrangement. h) Describe using a sketch how you will use a 2 chain stopper. A. Explain the functions of: 1 a) Head line Code of Safe b) Stern line 1 Working c) Spring line 1 1.3.1.12 Practices for d) Slip wire 1 Merchant B. State what practices you will follow and Seamen what precautions you will take when 3 handling mooring ropes and wires. What are the precautions to be taken while 2.3.1.5 attending to mooring lines, during 1.3.1.13 2 3.2.3.9 loading/discharging operations? 1.3.2 General aspects of ships structure, understand the causes of corrosion, the way it affects the strength of steel structure and steps to prevent corrosion A. How does steel corrode? 1 B. What are the factors that enhance the rate of 1 corrosion? C. What surface preparation will you carry out Paint Manual 1 1.3.2.14 prior to painting? 1.3.2.15 D. What do you think will happen if there is 1.3.2.1 2.3.3.1 excessive corrosion of steel structural 1 members? 2.3.3.2 E. You have clipped an area on main deck and 3.3.2.7 Seamanship could not paint it due to rain. In the night vessel had experienced seas on deck. 3 List the procedure you will follow prior painting it next day. Sketch the arrangement of transverse water tight bulkheads on board your vessel and indicate the 1.3.2.2 Ships Plan 5 frame number at which these water tight bulkheads are located. A. Observe and sketch the type of framing that your ship has been provided with. Are all 3 1.3.2.3 Ships Plan the frames of the same size? B. How are frames numbered? 2

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FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

CRB task

Related task

QUESTIONSObserve and sketch the different types of structural joints/connections to the hull, deck, bulkheads and other members of the ship. Assume that a heavy load is kept on deck. Name the various components of your ships structure, which will help in supporting the load. Locate the relevant ships drawings and make sketches of the following: a) Midship section b) Fore peak tank (plan view) c) Collision bulkhead d) Double bottom tank (transverse section view) e) Manhole doors Locate and read the SOLAS Ch V, Reg 17 Pilot ladders and the IMPA Requirement of Boarding Arrangements for Pilot given in the ICS Bridge Procedure Guide. a) Make a neat drawing of the Pilot ladder giving all dimensions. b) When is it mandatory to use a combination ladder/pilot hoist? c) What safety equipment should be kept at the boarding point? d) Rig a pilot ladder under the supervision of the STO. What are the safety precautions to be taken when rigging a pilot ladder? Request the STO to sign in your workbook against this answer to verify that the ladder has been rigged properly. Rig a MOT ladder under the supervision of the STO. Request the STO to sign in your workbook against this answer to verify that the ladder has been rigged properly. Rig a gangway, including the gangway net, under the supervision of the STO. Request the STO to sign in your workbook against this answer to verify that the gangway and net have been rigged properly. A. Using the paint specification plan or the manufacturers manual on board your vessel, state the different types of paints in use and the reason for using specific paints in different areas. B. Also state the number of coats recommended to be applied and the thickness of each coat for each type of paint. C. How will you measure dry and wet film thickness?

Reference

Marks

Remarks

1.3.2.4 1.3.2.5

4 Ships Plan 3 4 Ships Plan 4 4 4 3

1.3.2.6

3 SOLAS 2 ICS Bridge Procedure Guide 2

1.3.2.7

3

1.3.2.8

3

1.3.2.9

2.3.1.1 2.3.1.2

3

1.3.2.10

3.3.2.8 3.3.2.9 3.3.2.10

Paint Manual

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FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

CRB task

Related Task 1.3.2.1 1.3.2.1

QUESTIONSDo different types of paints require different surface preparation? Justify your answer with examples. List the different types of paints on board your vessel and state the re-coating requirements for each of them. A. What is a Fire triangle? Besides these 3 elements, is there any other element that could contribute to the sustenance of a fire? B. What are the different classes of fire and state the different types of fire extinguishers that can be used for extinguishing these fires? C. List the various fire fighting equipment on your vessel and state under what circumstances each of these will be used. A. Draw and explain the working principle of the following on board your ship. a) Main extinguishing plant b) Foam applicator c) Foam eductor d) Foam monitor e) Fire dampers B. Assist the Safety Officer in the care and maintenance of the above. Also practice under supervision the use of the above, where practicable. Confirm this by getting the STOs signature against your answer. While on fire patrol rounds at night, you notice smoke coming out from some oily boiler suits, which were kept on top of the heater in the laundry. State your action, with specific reference to your ship. A. Draw a neat diagram showing dimensions of an international shore coupling and all its components.

Reference

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1.3.2.11 1.3.2.12

Paint Manual Paint Manual

3 4

1.3.3 Knowledge of fire and Fire Fighting Appliances (FFA) 1

1.3.3.1

3

2 5 3 2 2 1

1.3.3.2

Makers Manuals

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1.3.3.3

Ships Contingency Plan

3

3 SOLAS 2 3

1.3.3.4

1.3.3.2

B. Write a short note on how it is to be used. Where is it located on board your ship? Read the SOLAS (Ch II-2 reg 19). C. What care and maintenance is required for a fire hose, nozzle, fire hydrant and international shore coupling?

1.3.3.5

A. What are the uses of fire axes and portable drilling machines during the outbreak of a fire? B. What are the sizes of drill bitts available with this machine?

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FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

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QUESTIONS

Reference

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1.3.3.6

1.3.3.7

1.3.3.9 2.3.4.7

1.3.4.1

1.3.4.2

2.3.5.3 2.3.5.6 3.3.4.14

A. What are the different types of fire extinguishers on your vessel? B. Draw each type with special reference to operating procedure. C. Write short notes on each type of extinguisher and its suitability to fight a particular type of fire. A. How many fireman outfit sets do you have on board and where are they located? B. List all the components of the firemans outfit. Makers C. Write a short note on the firemans outfit and the procedure for use. Manual D. What are the maintenance checks for the SCBA and the frequency at which these checks are carried out? Read the SOLAS (Ch II-2 reg 17). 1.3.4 Knowledge and maintenance of Life Saving Appliances A. With the help of suitable diagrams, explain the stowing arrangements of the liferafts on board your ship and the releasing/launching procedures. B. Explain, with the help of a diagram, the HRU and its securing arrangement. C. What is buoyant apparatus? Sight it on any small launch or tugboat and describe what you see. A. State the make/type of EPIRB and SART on board your vessel. Makers/ B. Describe how and when you will operate Shipboard them. Training C. What precautions/care will you take on Manual board while using/testing EPIRB and SART? A. What routine maintenance is done on your lifeboats and davits? B. List out in tabular form all the equipment of your ships lifeboat, liferaft and rescue boat. C. Briefly explain the use, care and maintenance of each of these. D. What routine care and maintenance is to be done on your lifeboat winches? E. What is the construction of the lifeboat fall wire? F. How is the lifeboat winch operated? G. How is the lifeboat lowered when there is a power failure? H. How would you heave up the lifeboat if there is a power failure?

2 6 4 1 1 2 2 2

2 3 2 1 3 2 2 4

1.3.4.3

1.3.4.11 2.3.5.2 2.3.5.6 3.3.4.9

LSA Training Manual Makers Manual

4 2 1 2 2 1

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FUNCTION 3 STAGE 1 1.3 CONTROLLING THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP & CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL

CRB task

Related Task 1.3.4.8 1.3.4.9 3.3.4.7

QUESTIONS

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1.3.4.4

1.3.4.5

1.3.4.6

1.3.4.7

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1.3.5.3

A. With the help of suitable diagram, show the Makers launching & recovering procedures of a 5 Lifeboat/Rescue boat. Instruction B. In the above diagram, show the lubricating Manual 2 points of the lifeboat davit. Explain the use and maintenance of the following in a lifeboat: 3 a) Tricing pendants b) Bowsing tackle 3 c) Life lines 2 d) Becketted lines 2 e) Grab lines 2 f) Skates 2 A. State the make/type of line throwing apparatus on board your vessel and explain 2 Makers 2.3.5.3 the procedure for use. Manual 3.3.4.4 B. With the help of a drawing, describe the 3 construction of the LTA on your vessel. A. What is the use of thermal p

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