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Q. 1) Ism audit , why is it conducted

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    ISM internal audit is conducted inspite of external audit by the flag. the main purpose of the internal audit is continuously verify the SMS effectiveness and  to continuously improve the safety standards and pollution prevention.

    Karthi keyan | 3 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

      Q. 3) Imo how to deal with marpol

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        Q. 4) What is the difference between safety net and navtex ?

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          Inmarsat C SafetyNET services currently include:

          Urgency messages and navigational warnings to rectangular or circular areas
          Coastal warnings (in place of NAVTEX; used only in Australia)
          Shore-to-ship distress alerts to circular areas
          Search-and-rescue coordination messages to rectangular or circular areas
          Meteorological and navigational warnings and meteorological forecasts to a NAVAREA

          Naveen bijarania | 4 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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            The SafetyNET system is used for the transmission of MSI. With SafetyNET it is possible within this EGC system to reach all ships in a specific area by one single transmission from the shore. The transmission of EGC MSI messages will be used to cover the areas between 700 North and 700 South outside the coverage of a NAVTEX station.


            The operational structure of the SafetyNET system

            SafetyNET messages (EGC MSI messages) will be received by all vessels carrying this equipment that are logged in to the right satellite that broadcasts MSI for these international NAVAREA/METAREAs. The receiving terminals will only show the message if this is relevant. Whether this is relevant depends on the present position information and programming of the terminal. For example, sailing in a position within NAVAREA I, logged on to the AOR-E satellite and the terminal will receive a message addressed to NAVAREA III. In this case the terminal will not show this message.

            Naveen bijarania | 4 years ago | EDIT | REPLY




              Q. 5) Ror cards and situation.

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                Q. 8) Open mooring and standing mooring. which one to be used and in which circumstances. if there is a change of tide then what action

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                  Maintain a constant watch to prevent foul hawse.Determine foul arc and clear arc.Vessel should always swing to clear arc on each tidal change.Use engine to give vessel correct sheer.Keep eye on the weather.Know the times of tide change.

                  Naveen bijarania | 4 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                    standing mooring because
                    Class 1 & 2 Oral Answers ( Part 5 )
                    Maintain a constant watch to prevent foul hawse.Determine foul arc and clear arc.Vessel should always swing to clear arc on each tidal change.Use engine to give vessel correct sheer.Keep eye on the weather.Know the times of tide change.
                    Preference:
                    I will prefer standing moor. Because:SaferMore control on the ship.The anchor is let go after vessel stopped.There is no possibility of damage due to anchoring at headway

                    Naveen bijarania | 4 years ago | EDIT | REPLY