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Vraag 1

According to the Constitution, which bodies form Netherlands government?


Upper- and Lower House County Councils, Upper- and Lower House Ministers and States General King and the Ministers

Vraag 10
According to the Constitution, the executive consists of:

The Government Police and the Attorney General The States General County Council and the States General

Vraag 100
Which sound level should be avoided in all cases even when the crewmember is wearing hearing protection aids, according to the regulations regarding sound levels on board ships?

In no case a seafarer may be exposed even wearing hearing protection aids to a sound level above 120 dB(A). In no case a seafarer may be exposed even wearing hearing protection aids to a sound level above 125 dB(A). In no case a seafarer may be exposed even wearing hearing protection aids to a sound level above 115 dB(A). In no case a seafarer may be exposed even wearing hearing protection aids to a sound level above 130 dB(A).

Vraag 101
In which sound reduction the earplugs result, according to the regulations regarding sound levels on board ships?

earplugs.....minus 20 dB(A) earplugs.....minus 25 dB(A) earplugs.....minus 30 dB(A)

earplugs.....minus 38 dB(A)

Vraag 102
In wich sound reduction the ear caps result, according to the regulations regarding sound levels on board ships?

ear caps.....minus 25 dB(A) ear caps.....minus 35 dB(A) ear caps.....minus 30 dB(A) ear caps.....minus 38 dB(A)

Vraag 103
In which sound reduction result earplugs and ear caps result, according to the regulations regarding sound levels on board ships?

earplugs and ear caps.....minus 35 dB(A) earplugs and ear caps....minus 45 dB(A) earplugs and ear caps....minus 25 dB(A) earplugs and ear caps....minus 30 dB(A)

Vraag 104
At what sound level need a warning sign to be installed, according to the regulations regarding sound levels on board ships?

Warning signs must be installed at the entrance of rooms where the sound level exceeds 85 dB(A). Warning signs must be installed at the entrance of rooms where the sound level exceeds 95 dB(A). Warning signs must be installed at the entrance of rooms where the sound level exceeds 80 dB(A). Warning signs must be installed at the entrance of rooms where the sound level exceeds 100 dB(A).

Vraag 105
When could a crewmember make a last will and testament during voyage, according to Civil Code Volume 4?

I. Those on a voyage on board a sea-going ship may make a public last will and testament in the presence of any officer on board of the ship II. Those on a voyage on board a sea-going ship may make a public last will and testament in the presence of the captain or the first officer, or his/her representative

Only situation II is true Only situation I is true Situation I and II are both not true Situation I and II are true

Vraag 106
Which requirements are necessary for making last wills and testaments on voyage? I. The last wills and testaments as meant in among others article 101 Code of Commerce are passed in the presence of two witnesses. II. They will be put in writing properly and signed by the testator as well as by the witnesses and the person in whose presence they have been passed. III. The witnesses shall be of age and understand the language in which the last will and testament has been couched.

Situation I, II, and III are true Situation I and III are true Situation I and II are true Situation II and III are true

Vraag 107
What are the obligations of the captain by birth on board, according to the Civil Code Volume 1? I. As "acting civil servant of the Civil Registry" the captain shall within 24 hours after the birth of a person at sea on board a ship registered in the Netherlands record a "provisional birth certificate" in the ship's log in the presence of two witnesses and if possible the father. II. As "acting civil servant of the Civil Registry" the captain shall within 24 hours after the decease of a person at sea on board a ship registered in the Netherlands record a "provisional birth certificate" III. As "acting civil servant of the Civil Registry" the captain shall within 48 hours after the birth of a person at sea on board a ship registered in the

Netherlands record a "provisional birth certificate" in the ship's log in the presence of the father.

Obligations I, II, and III are true Obligations II, and III are true Obligation III is true Obligation I is true

Vraag 108
What is the period of time that a dead body will be preserved on board, according to the Civil Code Volume 1?

For a period of up to a maximum of five days separated from those on board; For a period of up to a maximum of six days separated from those on board; For a period of up to a maximum of seven days separated from those on board; For a period of up to a maximum of eight days separated from those on board;

Vraag 109
To whom is the Netherlands criminal law applicable?

Netherlands criminal law is applicable to any one committing any punishable act outside the Netherlands on board a Netherlands ship or aircraft with the exception of a Netherlands trawler (fisherman) . Netherlands criminal law is applicable to any one committing any punishable act outside the Netherlands on board a Netherlands ship or aircraft with the exception of a Netherlands tugboat. Netherlands criminal law is applicable to any one committing any punishable act outside the Netherlands on board a Netherlands ship or aircraft with the exception of a Netherlands Ro-Ro-Ferry. Netherlands criminal law is applicable to any one committing any punishable act outside the Netherlands on board a Netherlands ship or aircraft.

Vraag 110
What is meant by principal punishment, according to the Criminal Code?

monetary fine deprivation of certain rights detention in a governmental labour institute forfeiture of certain objects and claims

Vraag 111
What is meant by attendant punishments, according to the Criminal Code?

publication of the verdict imprisonment custody the performance of unpaid labour for the benefit of the community

Vraag 112
How much can the maximum measure of punishment be raised if the crewmember is a ships officer, according to the Criminal Code?

This article mentions four articles of the Criminal Code (among others insubordination and mutiny) where by the maximum measure of punishment can be raised by one third if this crime is committed by a ship's officer. This article mentions four articles of the Criminal Code (among others insubordination and mutiny) where by the maximum measure of punishment can be raised by 50 % if this crime is committed by a ship's officer. This article mentions four articles of the Criminal Code (among others insubordination and mutiny) where by the maximum measure of punishment can be raised by two third if this crime is committed by a ship's officer. This article mentions four articles of the Criminal Code (among others insubordination and mutiny) where by the maximum measure of punishment can be raised by one quarter if this crime is committed by a ship's officer.

Vraag 113
What is meant by MARPOL?

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from ships better known as MARPOL 73.

International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from ships better known as MARPOL 74. International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from ships better known as MARPOL 79. The I.O.P.P convention.

Vraag 114
How many appendices does MARPOL contain?

Annex I until Annex VI Annex I until Annex IV Annex I until Annex VII Annex I until Annex VIII

Vraag 115
Are the rules concerning the Act for the Prevention of Pollution by ships applying to foreign vessels whenever they are in Netherlands waters?

This rule applies as well to foreign ships whenever they are in Netherlands territorial waters This rule applies not to foreign ships whenever they are in Netherlands territorial waters This rule applies sometimes to foreign ships whenever they are in Netherlands territorial waters This rule applies only to Netherlands ships whenever they are in Netherlands territorial waters

Vraag 116
When does a certificate expire concerning the act for the prevention of pollution by ships? Certificates expire if: I. The ship ends to belong to the category for which the certificate has been issued. II. The ship is reconstructed or radical changes in fitting up or equipment are introduced. III. The ship becomes a foreign vessel ( i.e. flies a flag other than the Netherlands flag).

Situation I and II is true

Situation II and III is true Situation I, II and III are true Situation I and III

Vraag 117
When the Netherlands are at war what is arranged for the captain, according to the National Naval Warfare Laws (The Paris Declaration of 1856)?

He is obliged to enter the nearest neutral port and stay there until he can safely depart He will leave the ship in the nearest port. He will leave the ship in the nearest neutral port and will join the Royal Navy. He will immediately join immediately the Royal Navy

Vraag 118
What is meant by contraband, according to the National Naval Warfar Laws (the Paris Declaration of 1856?

Alcohol and beverages This concerns goods which are carried to a country with which a third nation is at war These are goods for the national army These are goods carried by terrorists

Vraag 119
What is meant by absolute contraband, according to the National Naval Warfare Laws (the Paris Declaration of 1856)?

These are goods directly serving warfare such as arms, ammunition, fuel. These are goods indirectly serving warfare such as arms, ammunition, fuel. These are goods directly serving peacekeepers from the UN such as arms, ammunition, fuel. These are goods indirectly serving terrorists such as arms, ammunition, fuel.

Vraag 12
According to the Constitution, judges are appointed

For life by the Government For a period of five years by the Government For life by the Supreme Court For a period of five years by the Supreme Court

Vraag 120
Wher can you find a list of goods regarding to Conditional or relative contraband, according to the Naval Warfare Laws (the Paris Declaration of 1856?)

These are goods are noted in a list, kept on board of a ship. The paris declaration of 1856 does not exist anymore. On request, the Shipping inspectorate is Providing a list of goods These list of goods are open for inspection at the consular offices.

Vraag 13
According the Constitution, judges are dismissed

At their own request When reaching a certain age By the Supreme Court for certain facts mentioned in Law Any of these circumstances

Vraag 14
According to the Constitution, the number of members of the Provincial Estates

Is 75 Is 150 Is 250 Is dependant on the number of inhabitants

Vraag 15

According to the Constitution, the members of the Deputy Estates


Are appointed by the Upper House Are appointed by the Government Are elected by the inhabitants of the Province Are elected by the Provincial Estates from their own numbers

Vraag 16
According to the Constitution, within a Municipality the Aldermen

Are elected by the inhabitants Are appointed by the Government Are appointed by the Provincial Estates Are elected by the Local Council from their own numbers

Vraag 17
Within a municipality the Mayor

Is elected by the inhabitants Is appointed by the Government Is appointed by the Provincial Estates Is elected by the Local Council from their own numbers

Vraag 18
Excepted from the rules of the Ships Certificates of Registry Act are

Fishing ships and warships Fishing ships, warships and ships owned by a public body meant for public service Fishing ships, warships, ships owned by the government or any public body meant for public service No ships at all

Vraag 19
The aim of the Ships Certificates of Registry act is:

To set procedures for obtaining the right to fly the Netherlands Flag To entitle sea-going vessels to fly the Netherlands Flag if provided with a ships certificate of registry To entitle any vessel to fly the Netherlands Flag if provided with a ships certificate of registry To define the conditions under which a vessel loses the right to fly the Netherlands Flag

Vraag 2
According to the constitution, does the Netherlands King bear any responsibility?

No political responsibility Yes, responsible for his own acts Yes, responsible for acts of Government Yes, shared responsibility with Prime Minister

Vraag 20
According to the Ship's Certificates of Registry Act, a ship newly built in the Netherlands that is running trials:

Must carry a Ships Certificate of Registry Must carry a provisional Ships Certificate of Registry Must carry an extraordinary Ships Certificate of Registry Is not required to carry a Ships Certificate of Registry

Vraag 21
Ship's Certificates of Registry are Issued for:

All Ships Only ships recorded in the Register of Shipping Provisional Ships Certificates of Registry and extraordinary Ships Certificates of Registry are issued only for vessels recorded in the Register of Shipping Only Passenger Ships

Vraag 22
When does the Ships Certificate of Registry expire?

At the latest four years after date of issue When for twelve months after the last sailing no communication has been received from the ship By the expiration of the term for which it has been issued If the shipl is used in such a way that danger arises that the State will be involved in war

Vraag 23
When can a Ships Certificate of Registry be withdrawn?

At the latest six years after date of issue When the name or the tonnage of the Ship has been changed or the ship has been reconstructed, if the ship is used for piracy By the expiration of the term for which it has been issued If the Ship is used in such a way that danger arises that the State will be involved in war

Vraag 24
An expired or withdrawn Ship's Certificate of Registry

Must be kept on board for future reference Must be sent to the ship owner for future reference Must be returned to the issuing authority May be destroyed

Vraag 25
According to the Ship's Certificates of Registery Act, When a Ship is purchased or built abroad she may be issued

A Ships Certificate of Registry A Provisional Ships Certificate of Registry An extraordinary Ships Certificate of Registry A temporarily Ships Certificate of Registry

Vraag 26
The validity of a provisional Ships Certificate of Registry

Holds for five years Holds for four years Holds for the term mentioned in the provisional Ships Certificate of Registry but not in excess of six months Holds for the term mentioned in the provisional Ships Certificate of Registry but not in excess of twelve months

Vraag 27
A Netherlands 'ship is a ship if it belongs to: Natural Persons wiht the nationality of the Netherlands, and the owner has his office or branch according to the commercial Register Act in the EU Natural Persons with the nationality of the Netherlands, and the owner has his office or branch according to the commercial Register Act in the Netherlands. Natural Persons with the nationality of the EU, and the owner has his office or branche according to the commercial Register Act in the Netherlands.

Only III is true I, I and III are true II and III are true I and III are true

Vraag 28
According Code of Commerce Volume 2, if during the voyage somebody should be discovered on board not in possession of a valid ticket and not prepared or in a position to pay te fare the captain.

Should lock him up in a suitable cabin and charge the person for the fare to the next port of call Has the right to detail him for duties, Should lock him up in a suitable cabin and is not forced to provide the person food and drinks Should inform the ship owner who will charge the embassy of the country of origin for the fare.

Vraag 29
According Code of Commerce Volume 2, when shall the captain have a ship's protest made up? If a ship or matters on board have incurred damage or if any extraordinary incident has taken place the capitain shall have:

A preliminary protest drawn up within 48 hous after arrival to be followed by a full and definite protest within eight days A Preliminary protest drawn up within 24 hours after arrival to be followed by a full and definite protest within eight hours. A preliminary protest drawn up within 48 hours after arrival to be followed by a full and definite protest within fourteen days A preliminary protest drawn up within 48 hours after arrival to be followed by a full and definite protest within seven working days.

Vraag 3
According to the Constitution, which bodies form the States General?

King and the Ministers Upper- and Lower House County Councils, Upper- and Lower House Ministers and States General

Vraag 30
According Code of Commerce volume 2, crewmembers designated by the captain

Shall make up their own statement on board, witnessed by at least two other crew members Shall co-operate in drawing up the ship's protest Shall have their own statement made up by a notary public Shall witness drawing up the ship's protest

Vraag 31
According Code of Commerce Volume 2, a ship's protest

Is evidence if drawn up within eight days

Is no evidence if not witnessed by at least two crew members Is evidence if pronounced by a judge Is evidence

Vraag 32
According Code of Commerce Volume 2, crewmembers are:

Only persons who have contracted a labour agreement with the sea-employer All on board apart from passengers All on board apart from the master and passengers Everybody whos name is in the enrolment form

Vraag 33
According Code of Commerce Volume 2, when the ship is abroad is it possible that the crew could request an inquiry concerning food and beverages?

Yes, at the request of one third part of the crew. Yes, this inquiry will be carried out through arrangement of the ship owner Yes, but this inquiry will be carried out in the first port of call in a country of the EU No

Vraag 34
According Code of Commerce volume 2, may a captain fine a crewmember and if so to which amount?

Yes, to an amount of maximum 1000 Euro The master may fine a crewmember to an amount of his fixed pay in cash over a period fixed in time not in excess of ten days . The master may fine a crewmember to an amount of his fixed pay in cash over a period fixed in time not in excess of ten days, but for certain cases only. No

Vraag 35

According Code of Commerce Volume 2, when shall the captain make up a muster-roll

Before arrival Once every voyage Every twelve months Before departure

Vraag 36
According Code of Commerce Volume 2, after having been made up for the first time the muster-roll shall be made anew at least once every;

Year Six months Half year Three months

Vraag 37
According to the Merchant Shipping Manning Act, for how many years is the manning certificate valid?

This certificate is valid for a period of no more than four years. This certificate is valid for a period of no more than five years This certificate is valid for a period of no more than four years, or until the service of the ship changes This certificate is valid for an unlimited period of time, but when the service of the ship changes it must be renewed

Vraag 38
What does a person need to show when he/she performs a duty according to the Merchant Shipping Manning Act?

Who ever on board performs a duty shall be in the possession of a valid passport Who ever on board performs a duty shall be in the possession of a valid certificate of competence. Who ever on board performs a duty shall be able to show proof that he is able to swim

Who ever on board performs a duty shall be in the possession of a valid certificate of knowledge of Maritime English

Vraag 39
According to the Merchant Shipping Manning Act, What is the validity period of a seamans book?

Four years after the day of issue Five years after the day of issue. Ten years after the day of issue. Unlimited

Vraag 4
According to the Constitution, what is the composition of the Lower House?

150 directly elected members 75 directly elected members 150 members elected by the County Councils 75 members elected by the County Councils

Vraag 40
According to the Merchant Shipping Manning Act, what is the validity of a provisional seamans book?

Three months after the day of issue One year after the day of issue Four years after the day of issue Five years after the day of issue.

Vraag 41
According to te Merchant Shipping Manning Act, if the master has recorded or failed to record information contrary to article 38 of the Merchant Shipping Manning Act, to whom the crewmember can lodge a complain.

The ship owner. The Head of IVW/DS The District Court

The Inspector-General of IVW/DS.

Vraag 42
What is meant by 'person on board' in the Merchant Shipping Manning Act?

All those on board, except passengers All those on board All those on board except the captain and passengers Everybody who's name is in the enrolment form

Vraag 43
According to the Manning Order Merchant Marine an Sailing Ships, a certificate of competence for officers has validity of

Five years Four years Ten years Unlimited

Vraag 44
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by the Exploitation Agreements?

The freighting of the ship and the agreements to ship goods or people in the vessel. The exploitation of the ship and the agreements to ship goods or people in the vessel. The freighting of the ship and the agreements to ship goods. To rent a ship.

Vraag 45
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by a bareboat charter

The exploitation is in the hands of the bareboat charterer and takes place at his expense. The exploitation is in the hands of the Shipper and takes place at his expense.

The exploitation is in the hands of the Consigner and takes place at his expense. The exploitation is in the hands of the Ships Owner and takes place at his expense.

Vraag 46
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by the Agreement concerning goods traffic by sea?

The agreement concerning goods traffic in according to this title is the agreement concerning goods traffic whether or not in time- or voyage-charter The agreement concerning goods traffic in according to this title is the agreement concerning goods traffic in bareboat charter The agreement concerning goods traffic in according to this title is the agreement concerning goods traffic in time charter An agreement between Ships owner and consigner.

Vraag 47
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by Time charter or voyage charter?

Time-charter or voyage-charter in terms of this section is the agreement of goods-traffic whereby the carrier commits himself to ship cargo on board a ship. Time-charter or voyage-charter in terms of this section is the agreement of goods-traffic whereby the shipsowner commits himself to ship cargo on board a ship. Time-charter or voyage-charter in terms of this section is the agreement of goods-traffic whereby the consigner commits himself to ship cargo on board a ship. Time-charter or voyage-charter in terms of this section is the agreement of goods-traffic whereby the Shipper commits himself to ship cargo on board a ship.

Vraag 48
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by contract of carriage under Bill of Lading?

I. In this title by contract of carriage under bill of lading is understood the contract of carriage laid down in a bill of lading or any similar document constituting a title for carriage of goods by sea. II. In this title by contract of carriage under bill of lading is understood the contract of carriage laid down in a bill of lading or any similar document constituting a title for carriage of goods by sea and in the air.

I and II are both true Only II is good Only I is good I and II are both not true

Vraag 49
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what are the obligations of the carrier in connection with the contract of carriage under bill of lading? I. making the ship seaworthy. II. making sure that the crew will receive their mail in time. III. adapting and conditioning holds, cold stores, refrigerator spaces and all the other parts of the ship where in goods are loaded for storage, transport and preservation ship where in goods are loaded for storage, transport and preservation.

I, II and III are true II and III are true I and III are true Only III is true

Vraag 5
According to the Constitution, what is the composition of the Upper Housetext

150 directly elected members 75 directly elected members 150 members elected by the County Councils 75 members elected by the County Councils

Vraag 50

According to Civil Code Volume 8, when is the consigner entitled to terminate the Agreement(of carrying goods at sea)? I. Before goods have been put at the disposal of the carrier the consignor is entitled to cancel the agreement. II. If on expiration of the term within which goods must have been put at the disposal of the carrier prolonged by time on demurrage through whatever cause no goods at all are at the disposal of the carrier he is entitled to terminate the agreement.

Only I is true Only II is true I and II are both true I and II are both not true

Vraag 51
According to Civil Code Volume 8, how does the terminator of the agreement of carrying goods at sea take place? I. Notice of termination takes place by wire, telex or any other express message the acknowledgement of which is clearly demonstrable. II. The agreement terminates at the moment of receipt but not before the discharge of goods. III. The agreement terminates at the moment of receipt and after the discharge of goods.

Only I is true I and III are both true Only II is true I and II are both true

Vraag 52
According to Civil Code Volume 8, how is the legal relation between the carrier and the consignor controlled? I. It is controlled by the stipulations in the contract of carriage and not by those in the bill of lading. II. It is controlled by the stipulations in the contract of carriage and by those in the bill of lading.

I and II are both true I and II are both not true

Only I is true Only II is true

Vraag 53
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what are the obligations of the charterer when damage occurs in case of a voyage charter? I. The charterer is obliged to pay the carrier in case of damage. II. The charterer and the Shipowner will pay each 50%.

Only I is true Only II is true I and II are both true I and II are both not true

Vraag 54
According to Civil Code Volume 8, how are the instructions given by the voyage charterer? I. In the case of voyage-charter the charterer shall timely indicate the place of loading and discharge. II. It is not the responsibility from the charterer it is the responsibility of the Shipper.

I and II are both true. Only II is true Only I is true I and II are both not true

Vraag 55
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is the right of the consigner when the goods received for transport has arrived before arrival at the place of destination? I. The consignor is qualified to require of the carrier delivery of the goods received for transport before arrival at the place of destination. In case for this purpose a bill of lading has been issued it implies all the in the bill of lading mentioned goods collectively. II. The carrier is qualified to require of the consigner delivery of the goods received for transport before arrival at the place of destination. In case for

this purpose a bill of lading has been issued it implies all the in the bill of lading mentioned goods collectively.

Only I is true I and II are both not true Only II is true I and II are both true

Vraag 56
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by Carrier under Bill of Lading? I. Carrier under bill of lading is the person who signed the bill of lading or for whom somebody else signed it. II. He whose form was used for the bill of lading is as well considered as carrier under bill of lading.

I and II are both true Only I is true Only II is true I and II are both not true

Vraag 57
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by freight? I. Freight is due after delivery of goods by the carrier on the place of destination or on another spot at the request of those mentioned in article 440 Civil Code volume 8. II. Freight is due before delivery of goods by the carrier on the place of destination or on another spot at the request of those mentioned in article 440 Civil Code volume 8. III. Freight that has been fixed at one lump sum for all goods on destination even when only part of these goods has been delivered is due as a whole.

I and III are both true II and III are both true I and II are both true Only I is true

Vraag 58

According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is meant by allocation of running costs in relation with a time charter? I. In time charter fuel for the engines, boiler water, harbour dues and similar charges and expenses for completed voyages and for carrying goods are chargeable to the charterer. II. The remaining running costs are chargeable to the carrier. III. The carrier is entitled and obliged to accept from the charterer the fuel remaining on board on termination of the charter at the price prevalent at the time and on the spot of the ships delivery.

Only I and II are true Only I is true I, II and III are all true Only III is true

Vraag 59
According to Civil Code Volume 8, in case of "nautical errors and attempt at rescue"; I The carrier is not liable for damage caused by an act, carelessness or neglect by the master, another member of the crew, the pilot or the subordinates of the carrier commited in navigating the ship. II Deviation from the course in order to rescue or in an attempt to save human life or goods is considered as a violation of any transport agreement.

I and II are both true Only II is true Only I is true I and II are both not true

Vraag 6
According to the Constitution, which institutions form the Legislature?

The Government and States General Upper- and Lower House County Councils, Upper- and Lower House Ministers and States General

Vraag 60
According to Civil Code Volume 8, when is the Carrier entitled to store the goods of the person who is entitled the goods? I. The carrier has this right if the said person: does not turn up; refuses to receive the shipped goods; does not receive the shipped goods with the required speed. II. Storage of goods also is allowed in case the carrier has sound reasons to assume the bearer of a bill of lading acting as consignee is not entitled to delivery.

Only I is true Only II is true I and II are both true I and II are both not true

Vraag 61
According to Civil Code Volume 8 what is meant by General Average?

Any extraordinary sacrifice or expenditure is made on purpose and reasonably in the interest of joint safety with the purpose to safeguard the goods with a sea-going ship Any ordinary sacrifice or expenditure is made on purpose and reasonably in the interest of joint safety with the purpose to safeguard the goods with a sea-going ship Any sacrifice or expenditure is made on purpose and reasonably in the interest of joint safety with the purpose to safeguard the goods with a sea-going ship Any extraordinary sacrifice or expenditure is made on purpose and reasonably in the interest of joint safety with the purpose to safeguard the crew with a sea-going ship

Vraag 62
According to Civil Code Volume 8, what is done with the person who suffers general average?

The person who suffered general average is refunded for it by the ship owner The person who suffered general average is refunded for it by the consignee

The person who suffered general average is refunded for it by the shipper The person who suffered general average is refunded for it by the carrier

Vraag 63
What is understood by Legal Loss, according to Code of Commerce volume 2?

If repairs were to amount to over three quarters of the value of the ship with regard to the insurer the ship must be considered condemned. If repairs were to amount to over 50% of the value of the ship with regard to the insurer the ship must be considered condemned. If repairs were to amount to over two third of the value of the ship with regard to the insurer the ship must be considered condemned. If repairs were to amount to over 70% of the value of the ship with regard to the insurer the ship must be considered condemned.

Vraag 64
What is understood by the ship owner, according to Civil Code Volume 8?

The charterer, any hirer or any other user of a ship including the person being charged with the operation of the ship Any user of a ship including the person being charged with the operation of the ship; Any hirer of a ship including the person being charged with the operation of the ship The charterer including the person being charged with the operation of the ship

Vraag 65
What is understood by a sea going vessel?

A vessel under construction from the moment launching commences; A hovercraft A platform constructed for exploration or exploitation of mineral A rowing boat

Vraag 66
What is the Aim of the "Ships act"?

The aim of the Ships Act is to foster the safety of ships and of those on board. The aim of the Ships Act is to foster the safety and environment. The aim of the Ships Act is to foster the safety of ships . The aim of the Ships Act is to foster the safety of those on board the ships.

Vraag 67
How does the Ships Act prevent shipping disasters?

No voyage shall be undertaken without the required and valid certificates. No voyage shall be undertaken without money for the crew. No voyage shall be undertaken without all the means necessary to comply with the regulations for preventing collisions at sea are on. No voyage shall be undertaken as the vessel is completely seaworthy and all the appropriate internal and external openings have been adequately closed.

Vraag 68
What are the Obligations of the master before commencing a voyage, according to the Ships Act?

The vessel is completely seaworthy and all the appropriate internal and external openings have been adequately closed Have the defects as far as possible repaired if during the voyage defects become apparent to the ship, the engines or the equipment Ensure that the regulations for radio watches as well as those regarding warnings concerning dangers at sea are observed Ensure that the required certificates are at all times on board and that crewmembers can always look into these certificates or copies of those

Vraag 69
What are the obligations of the Captain during the voyage, according to the Ships Act?

Have the defects as far as possible repaired if during the voyage defects become apparent to the ship, the engines or the equipment; The ship is loaded in such a way that freeboard is not lesser than the load line permits as apparent from the issued certificates; The ship is properly manned by competent crew, physically capable for duties assigned, all this with regard to the safety of the ship; The prescribed stability data are on board;

Vraag 7
According to the Constitution, who usually initiates a Bill (Proposal for Law)?

The Prime Minister The King The Government on behalf of the King Chairman of the Upper House

Vraag 70
Which organization has the supervision over all Ships Act?

This supervision is executed by the Inspector-General of the Shipping Inspectorate and his officers This supervision is executed by the Minister of Transport This supervision is executed by Lloyds Register This supervision is executed by the Classification Bureaus

Vraag 71
In which cases is an officer from the Shipping Inspectorate entitled to detain a Ship, according to the Ships Act? I. An officer of the Shipping Inspectorate is entitled to detain a ship if it is apparent to him that this ship is not provided with the necessary valid certificates. II. If an officer of the Shipping Inspectorate has sound reasons to doubt the seaworthiness of a ship he is entitled to detain the vessel.

Only situation I is true Only situation II is true

Situations I and II are both true Situations I and II are both not true

Vraag 72
What is the aim of the safety committee on board vessels, according to the Ships Act?

The safety committee has the responsibility to advise the master regarding taking measures for the prevention of labour accidents on board. The safety committee has the responsibility to advise the Ships owner regarding taking measures for the prevention of labour accidents on board. The safety committee has the responsibility to advise The Head of the Inspectorate regarding taking measures for the prevention of labour accidents on board. The safety committee has the responsibility to advise the Minister of Transport regarding taking measures for the prevention of labour accidents on board.

Vraag 73
What was the aim of the revision 1995 of the STCW?

To Transfer all detailed nautical requirements to an associated Code To make parties to the Guidelines Accountable to each other through IMO for their proper implementation To Clarify the skills and competency required and to take account of modern training methods, None of above Mensionent.

Vraag 74
Who will define the composition of the safety committee, according to the Ships Act?

The Minister of Transport Head of the Shipping Inspectorate The master The Ship Security Officer

Vraag 75
Which organization is doing the inquiry into the causes of shipping disasters, according to the Ships Act?

The Shipping Inspectorate, and if necessary, followed by an inquiry by the Court of Inquiry The Classification Bureaus The P& I club followed by an inquiry by the Court of Inquiry The IMO

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How is the inquiry by the Court of Inquiry carried out, according to the Ships Act? I. A committee from the Court composed of the chairman and four members summoned by him decides whether or not to make an inquiry into the shipping disaster. II. A committee from the Court composed of the chairman and two members summoned by him decides whether or not to make an inquiry into the shipping disaster.

Only Situation I is true Only Situation II is true Situation I and II are both true Situation I and II are both not true

Vraag 78
What are the measures of the Court of Inquiry, according to the Ships Act? I. The Court may declare the master or the above mentioned officers unqualified for service on a Ship if the Court deems the person involved incompetent for performing professional duties. II. The Court of Inquiry may wholly or partly return the qualification taken from the interested party when the latter is assumed to be competent to perform his professional duties.

I and II are both true Only I is true Only II is true I and II are both not true

Vraag 79
What are the disciplinary measures of the Court of Inquiry inflicting disciplinary punishment on the Captain, according to the Ships Act? I. The Court of Inquiry can take disciplinary measures in consequence of a shipping disaster against the master and other officers involved. II. These measures can be a reprimand or taking in qualifications for a certain period not in excess of four years.

Only I is true Only II is true I and II are both true I and II are both not true

Vraag 8
According to the Constitution, which rights does the Lower House have with respect to Proposals for Law?

Pass/reject Amend Propose Pass/reject, Amend and Propose

Vraag 80
Which ships need an International Loadline Certificate, according to Ships Decree 2004?

For ships with a length of more than 24 m. and above making International voyages For ships with a length of more than 34 m. and above making International voyages For ships with a length of more than 68 m. and above making International voyages For ships with a length of more than 100 m. and above making International voyages

Vraag 81
Which vessels need international safety certificates for cargo ships, according to the Ships Decree 2004?

Passenger ships and cargo ships of 350 GT and over Cargo ships of 3000 GT and over Passenger ships and cargo ships of 250 GT and over Cargo ships of 500 GT and over

Vraag 82
Which certificates are necessary for ships on international voyages with special cargo, according to the Ships Decree 2004? I. Document of compliance for ships carrying grain in bulk II. Certificate of Fitness for chemical tankers III. Convention for the carriage of dangerous chemicals in bulk in accordance with the IBC code IV. Certificate of Fitness for gas carriers V .Convention for the carriage of liquefied gases in bulk in accordance with the IGC Code VI. Certificate of fitness for the carriage of wood

I, II, and III are true I, II, III, IV and V are true I, II, III, IV, V and VI are true I, II, III, and IV are true

Vraag 83
Which certificates must be on board too for vessels carrying a Passenger Ship Safety Certificate or a Cargo Ship Safety Certificate, according to the Ships Decree 2004? I. A Safety Management Certificate, related to the ISM Code, An International Ship Security Certificate related to the ISPS Code. II. A Ship Security Certificate, related to the ISPS Code. III. A Safety Management Certificate related to the ISM Code, An Internatioanal Load Lines Certificate IV An I.O.PP Certificate related to the Marpol, A International Ship Security Certificate in accordance in accordance with the ISPS Code

I is true I and II are true II and III are true

I. II and III are true

Vraag 84
Which chapters in table 1 are organized in the revised STCW convention?

I until VII I until VI I until V I until VIII

Vraag 85
What is the purpose of the ISM code?

The purpose of this Code is to provide international standards of safety for shipping and for the prevention of pollution particularly of the marine environment. The purpose of this Code is to provide international standards of safety of manoeuvrability of ships. The purpose of this Code is to provide international standards for the prevention of pollution particularly of the marine environment. The purpose of this Code is to provide national standards of safety for shipping and for the prevention of pollution particularly of the marine environment.

Vraag 86
What is the purpose of the LabourConditions Act (ARBO ACT)?

The purpose of the Act is to promote humane labour by settling stipulations concerning safety, health and well-being in connection with labour. The purpose of the Act is to promote humane labour by settling stipulations concerning safety and well-being in connection with labour. The purpose of the Act is to promote humane labour by settling stipulations concerning safety, in connection with labour. The purpose of the Act is to promote humane labour by settling stipulations concerning the efficiency of the logistic process in connection with labour.

Vraag 87
What are the general obligations of the employer, according to the Labour Conditions Act?

Provision for optimal labour conditions in the factual business organization Provision for sufficient labour conditions in the factual business organization Provision for reasonable labour conditions in the factual business organization Provision for special labour conditions in the factual business organization

Vraag 88
What are the general obligations of the employees, according to the Labour Conditions Act?

The employee shall work from 09.00-16.00 and take care of his own safety and health and that of others. The employee shall in connection with labour exercise the necessary caution and carefulness and take care of his own safety and health and that of others. The employee shall in connection with labour exercise the necessary caution and carefulness and take care of only his own safety and health . The employee shall in connection with labour exercise report dangers to the management without delay.

Vraag 89
Which officials are in charge of the supervision of the Labour Act?

The Secretary of State of Social Affairs and Employment appoints the officials under his jurisdiction to supervise the observance of this Act. The Secretary of Economy appoints the officials under his jurisdiction to supervise the observance of this Act. The King appoints the officials under his jurisdiction to supervise the observance of this Act.

The Minister of State of Social Affairs and Employment appoints the officials under his jurisdiction to supervise the observance of this Act.

Vraag 9
According to the Constitution, which rights does the Upper House have with respect to Proposals for Law?

Pass/reject Amend Propose Pass/reject, Amend and Propose

Vraag 90
What is the aim of the working hours decree?

The aim of this act associates with that of the Labour Conditions Act: the safety, health and well-being of the employees in connection with labour. The aim of this act associates with that of the Labour Conditions Act: the well-being of the employees in connection with labour. The aim of this act associates with that of the Labour Conditions Act: safety, of the employees in connection with labour. The aim of this act associates with that of the Labour Conditions Act: the sponsorship of the employees in connection with labour.

Vraag 91
What are the contents of the chapter navigation related to the Working Hour Decree?

The chapter navigation contains new international rules among others in connection with the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW). The chapter navigation contains new national rules among others in connection with the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers (STCW). The chapter navigation contains new international rules among others in connection with the I.M.O.

The chapter navigation contains new international rules among others in connection with the MARPOL.

Vraag 92
What is meant by a resting period, according to the Working Hours Decree?

Resting-period means in the working hours decree a period of at least one hour wherein no labour is performed. Resting-period means in the working hours decree a period of at least two hours during which no labour is performed. Resting-period means in the working hours decree a period of at least three hours during which no labour is performed. Resting-period means in in this chapter a period of at least half an hour during which no labour is performed.

Vraag 93
To whom are the rules in the Working Hour Decree applicable?

The rules in this Decree are applicable to the captain and crewmembers of sea-going ships registered in the Netherlands The rules in this Decree are applicable to the crewmembers of seagoing ships registered in the Netherlands The rules in this Decree are applicable to the captain and crewmembers of any international sea-going ships The rules in this Decree are applicable to the captains of sea-going ships registered in the Netherlands

Vraag 94
What needs to be done with the duty roster, according to the Working Hours Decree?

The captain sees to it that on board a duty-roster of himself and his crewmembers has been hung up on an accessible place. The captain sees to it that on board a duty-roster of himself has been hung up on an accessible place. The captain sees to it that on board a duty-roster of himself and his crewmembers has been put in the logbook. The captain sees to it that on board a duty-roster of his crewmembers has been hung up on an accessible place.

Vraag 95
How will the captain organize work to juvenile crew members, according to the Working Hours Decree?

Perform no more than 8 hours of work in each continuous 24-hour period Perform no more than 9 hours of work in each continuous 24-hour period Perform no more than 10 hours of work in each continuous 24hour period Perform no more than 12 hours of work in each continuous 24hour period

Vraag 96
When does a crewmember need a brake, according to the Working Hours Decree?

The captain will organize work in such a way that crew members work is interrupted by a break after a period not to exceed a 6-hour maximum. The captain will organize work in such a way that crew members work is interrupted by a break after a period not to exceed a 4-hour maximum The captain will organize work in such a way that crew members work is interrupted by a break after a period not to exceed a 7-hour maximum. The captain will organize work in such a way that crew members work is interrupted by a break after a period not to exceed a 8-hour maximum.

Vraag 97
What is the obligation of the ships administrator in the Working hours decree?

The ships administrator takes care that the text of this Act and this Chapter (6) of the Working-hours Decree are available at any time. The ships administrator takes care that the text of this Act and this Chapter (6) of the Working-hours Decree are available on board.

The ships administrator takes care that the text of this Act and this Chapter (6) of the Working-hours Decree are available at the Head Office. The ships administrator takes care that the text of this Act and this Chapter (6) of the Working-hours Decree are available on the request of the master.

Vraag 98
What is the aim of regulations regarding sound levels on board ships?

To provide safe labour-conditions. To provide a good acoustic environment. To provide a nice atmosphere. To protect the master against potentially harmful sound levels.

Vraag 99
When are crewmembers obliged to wear hearing protection aids, according to the regulations regarding sound levels on board ships?

Crewmembers entering rooms with a sound level exceeding 85 dB(A) such as engine-rooms and workshops are obliged to wear hearing protection aids. Crewmembers entering rooms with a sound level exceeding 80 dB(A) such as engine-rooms and workshops are obliged to wear hearing protection aids. Crewmembers entering rooms with a sound level exceeding 90 dB(A) such as engine-rooms and workshops are obliged to wear hearing protection aids. Crewmembers entering rooms with a sound level exceeding 95 dB(A) such as engine-rooms and workshops are obliged to wear hearing protection aids.

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