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A.2 ALL DECK RATINGS

A.1 DECK RATINGS FORMING PART OF THE NAVIGATIONAL WATCH

(If not forming part of the navigational watch, please proceed to Section A.2)

 

COMPETENCE CRITERIA
1. Safety of Navigation, Watch keeping on the bridge: 1.1 What are your foremost duties on the bridge during watch keeping engagement? 1.2 What navigational equipment on the bridge you know and can use during performing your duties? 1.3 Who is responsible for verbal orders you receiving from pilot during pilotage when steering the vessel on the helm? 1.4 When can you change-over from automatic to hand steering and vice versa and how to do it? 1.5 What is difference between magnetic and gyro- compasses and which is most used on board? 1.6 What means "degrees" and "points" when you report about directions of lights or subjects during look-out? 1.7 Please describe correct procedure of relief, maintenance and handover of a watch; 1.8 What is general information during whole watch should you remember and maintain? 1.9 What should you report to OOW? 1.10 In what case the bridge can be left unattended? 1.11 What emergency equipment are located on the bridge and when can be used this equipment in every particular case? 1.12 What is “dead man alarm” and how it must be used?  

 

 

A.2 ALL DECK RATINGS

 

COMPETENCE CRITERIA
2. Environment Protection: 2.1 What will you do with garbage on board? 2.2 What and where you can through overboard? 2.3 Which arrangements should be done before bunkering? 2.4 What you will do in case of oil spill on deck? 2.5 What is Dangerous Cargo? 2.6 What are the regulations regarding smoking on board? 2.7 What guide about environment protection you know?  
3. Safety Awareness: 3.1 Which main drills on board you know and how often it should be done? 3.2 What is procedure which to be done for you nearest opportunity after you joined vessel? 3.3 What will you do if you found fire on board? 3.4 Please prescribe your actions when you found man over board? 3.5 What can cause a fire on board and what will you use for fighting with different types of fire? 3.6 What are your actions when a general alarm sounded? 3.7 What guide concerning safety equipment on board you know?  
4. Safe Working Practice: 4.1 What jobs on board require special permission and which particular arrangements should be done for every particular job? 4.2 Which clothes and equipment will you use when going to open deck or engine room? 4.3 Please describe arrangements before and performing of paint work on board; 4.4 How you control your working time on board? 4.5 What are minimum requirements and regulations in regard to hours of rest and work on board? 4.6 Which safety measures you must remember during mooring operations? 4.7 Which safety measures when engaged in rigging of pilot ladder or gangway? 4.8 What guides of safe working regulations, recommendations and requirements you know? 4.9 What is fatigue? How to avoid it?    
5. Security Awareness: 5.1 What is security on board? 5.2 What you know about security levels? 5.3 What duties of ship’s security officer on board and who can perform his duties? 5.4 What is DPA and where you can find information about it? 5.5 What are duties of security patrol on board and security gangway watch? 5.6 What is stowaways search procedure on board? 5.7 What means restricted areas on board? 5.8 What guide for security regulations and requirements you know?  
6. Medical Aid, Drug and Alcohol Policy, Social life, Claim procedures: 6.1 What will you do in case of illness on board? 6.2 What you know about drug and alcohol consumption on board and in port? 6.3 What will be your action in case of any kind of harassment from anyone of crew on board? 6.4 What will you do in case of any non-conformity found on board or you see/feel something is done in breach of elementary requirements of safety or security on board? 6.5 What is good seamen practice for casual wear during non-working hours on board?  

 



B. CONCLUSIONS

 

Other Criteria  
7. Appearance and Overall Assessment, Evaluation for Employment by interviewer; reason and comments:  

 

 

Date: Interviewer(s): Position: Signature:

 


Date: 2015-12-11; view: 717


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