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F-030 MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC - KAMAYA POINT

Issue 0 Rev.1
Nov. 21, 2003 DEPARTMENT OF ACADEMICS
Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

E33: Engineering Watchkeeping 1


Final-Term Exam, March 24 - 27, 2009 (AY08092FTE) Control No. E33 -
Set A Questionnaire Form Page No. 1 of 7

Test I: Multiple Choice:


Direction: Read each item carefully. Shade the small circle on the answer sheet that corresponds to the best answer to the
question on the test form.
Example:
1. Which is 30% of 400?
A. 70 C. 100
B. 90 D. 120
In the example shown, D is the correct answer, therefore the small circle in the intersection of row 1 and column D on the
answer sheet is shaded, thus:
A B C D
1. O O O O
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1. All persons who are assigned duty as officer in charge 6. The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall be
of a watch or as rating forming part of a watch shall be duly qualified in accordance with the provisions of the
provided a minimum of _____ hours of rest in any 24- _____, or chapter VII appropriate to the duties related to
hour period. engineering watchkeeping.
A. 6 A. chapter IV
B. 8 B. chapter III
C. 10 C. chapter IX
D. 12 D. chapter II

2. The hours of rest may be divided into no more than two 7. The intended voyage shall be _____ in advance, taking
periods; one of witch shall be at least _____ hours in into consideration all pertinent information, and any
length. course laid down shall be checked before the voyage
A. 6 commences.
B. 8 A. scheduled
C. 10 B. worked
D. 12 C. planned
D. thought
3. The requirements for the rest periods laid down in
paragraph 1 and 2 need not be maintained in the case of 8. The _____ shall, in consultation with the master,
an _____ or in other overriding operational conditions. determine in advance the needs of the intended voyage,
A. emergency or drill taking into consideration the requirements for fuel, water,
B. shore leave lubricants, chemicals, expendable and other spare parts,
C. overtime tools, supplies and any other requirements.
D. regular work A. chief engineer officer
B. first engineer officer
4. Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraphs 1and 2, C. second engineer officer
the minimum period of ten hours may be reduced to not D. third engineer officer
less than 6 consecutive hours provided that any such
reduction shall not extend beyond two days and not less 9. Parties shall direct the attention of companies, masters,
than _____ hours of rest are provided each seven-day chief engineer officers and watchkeeping personnel to the
period. following principles, which shall be observed to ensure
A. 60 that _____ watches are maintained at all times.
B.70 A. stable
C. 100 B. full
D. 120 C. skeleton
D. safe
5. _____ shall require that watch schedules be posted
where they are easily accessible. 10. The chief engineer officer of every ship is bound, in
A. U.S. Coast Guard consultation with the master, to ensure that watchkeeping
B. Phil. Coast Guard arrangements are adequate to maintain a _____
C. STCW 95 engineering watch.
D. Administration A. stable
B. full
C. skeleton

CONTENT VALIDATED BY: FACE VALIDATED BY: APPROVED BY:

2/E Menandro R. Vicmudo Engr. Domingo D. G. Eugenio C/E Cleto C. del Rosario
Group Leader College Assessor Dean of Academics
Signature over printed name Signature over printed name Signature over printed name
F-030 MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC - KAMAYA POINT
Issue 0 Rev.1
Nov. 21, 2003 DEPARTMENT OF ACADEMICS
Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

E33: Engineering Watchkeeping 1


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D. safe 16.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall


not _____ the watch to the relieving officer if there is
11. The master, officer and ratings shall be aware of the reason to believe that the latter is obviously not capable of
serious effect of operational or accidental pollution of the carrying out the watchkeeping duties effectively, in which
marine _____ and shall take all possible precautions to case the chief engineer officer shall be notified.
prevent such pollution, particularly within the framework A. take over
of relevant international and port regulations. B. over run
A. ecology C. relieve
B. animals D. hand over
C. environment
D. growth 17.The _____ of the engineering watch shall ensure that
the members of the relieving engineering watch are
12.The term engineering watch as used in parts 3-2, 4-2 apparently fully capable of performing their duties
and 4-4 of this section means either a person or group effectively.
personnel comprising the watch or a period of A. officer on duty
responsibility for an officer during which the physical B. relieving officer
_____ in machinery spaces of that officer may or may not C. officer in charge
be required. D. safety officer
A. absence
B. presence 18.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall
C. fitness _____ that the established watchkeeping arrangements are
D. mental maintained and that, under direction, engine-room ratings,
if forming part of the engineering watch, assist in the safe
13.The officer in charge of the engineering watch is the and efficient operation of the propulsion machinery and
chief engineer officers _____ and is primarily auxiliary equipment.
responsible, at all times, for the safe and efficient A. adopt
operation and upkeep of machinery affecting the safety of B. think
the ship and is responsible for the inspection, operation C. guaranty
and testing, as required, of all machinery and equipment D. ensure
under the responsibility of the engineering watch.
A. representative 19.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall
B. assistant continue to be responsible for machinery-space
C. bodyguard operations, despite the presence of the _____ in the
D. henchman machinery spaces, until specifically informed that the
chief engineer officer has assumed that responsibility and
14. The _____ of the engineering watch shall, at all times, this is mutually understood.
be adequate to ensure the safe operation of all machinery A. fourth engineer officer
affecting the operation of the ship, in either automated or B. third engineer officer
manual mode, and be appropriate to the prevailing C. chief engineer officer
circumstances and conditions. D. second engineer officer
A. arrangement
B. schedule 20.All members of the _____ shall be familiar with their
C. decision assigned watchkeeping duties. In addition, every member
D. composition shall, with respect to the ship they are serving in the
engine department.
15.When deciding the composition of the engineering A. engineering watch
watch, which may include appropriately qualified _____, B. navigational watch
the following criteria, inner alia, shall be taken into C. port watch
account: D. anchor watch
A. oilers
B. ratings 21.Any _____ not functioning properly, expected to
C. wipers malfunction or requiring special service shall be noted
D. fitters along with any action already taken. Plan shall be made
for any further action if required.
A. motors
B. machinery
C. engine
CONTENT VALIDATED BY: FACE VALIDATED BY: APPROVED BY:

2/E Menandro R. Vicmudo Engr. Domingo D. G. Eugenio C/E Cleto C. del Rosario
Group Leader College Assessor Dean of Academics
Signature over printed name Signature over printed name Signature over printed name
F-030 MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC - KAMAYA POINT
Issue 0 Rev.1
Nov. 21, 2003 DEPARTMENT OF ACADEMICS
Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

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D. boiler C. reminded
D. aware
22.When the machinery spaces are in the _____
condition, the officer in charge of the engineering watch 27.When the engine-room is put in a _____ condition,
shall at all times be readily capable of operating the the officer in charge of the engineering watch shall ensure
propulsion equipment in response to needs for changes in that all machinery and equipment which may be used
direction or speed. during maneuvering is in a state of immediate readiness
A. manned and that an adequate reserve of power is available for
B. black out steering gear and other requirements.
C. poor A. shut down
D. good B. warm up
C. stand-by
23.When the machinery spaces are in the periodic _____ D. active
condition, the designated duty officer in charge of the
engineering watch shall be immediately available and on 28.Officers in charge of an engineering watch shall not be
call to attend the machinery spaces. assigned or undertake any duties which would _____
A. unmatched with their supervisory duties in respect for the main
B. unmarked propulsion system and ancillary equipment. They shall
C. unmanageably keep the main propulsion plant and auxiliary systems
D. unmanned under constant supervision until properly relieved, and
shall periodically inspect the machinery in their charge.
24.All _____ orders shall be promptly executed. A. disturbed
Changes in direction or speed of the main propulsion B. interfere
units shall be recorded, except where an Administration C. hinder
has determined that the size or characteristics of a D. obstruct
particular ship make such recording impracticable. The
officer in charge of the engineering watch shall ensure 29.Officers in charge of an engineering watch shall direct
that the main propulsion unit controls, when in the any other member of the engineering watch to inform
manual mode of operation, are continuously attended them of potentially hazardous conditions which may
under stand-by or maneuvering conditions. adversely affect the machinery or jeopardize the _____
A. master of life or the ship.
B. chief mate A. security
C. bridge B. safety
D. second mate C. condition
D. danger
25.Due attention shall be paid to the ongoing _____ and
support of all machinery, including mechanical, electrical, 30.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall
electronic, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, their control ensure that the machinery space watch is supervised, and
apparatus and associated safety equipment, all shall arrange for _____ personnel in the event of the
accommodation service systems equipment and the incapacity of any engineering watch personnel. The
recording of stores and spare gear usage. engineering shall not leave the machinery spaces
A. maintenance unsupervised in a manner that would prevent the manual
B. repair operation of the engine-room plant or throttles.
C. inspection A. temporary
D. test B. permanent
C. substitute
26.The chief engineer officer shall ensure that the officer D. qualified
in charge of the engineering watch is _____ of all
preventive maintenance, damage control, or repair 31.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall
operations to be performed during the engineering watch. take the action necessary to contain the effects of _____
The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall be resulting from equipment breakdown, fire, flooding,
reasonable for the isolation, bypassing and adjustment of rupture, collision, stranding, or other cause.
all machinery under the responsibility of the engineering A. break
watch that is to be worked on, and shall record all worked B. dent
carried out. C. damage
A. informed D. scratch
B. updated
CONTENT VALIDATED BY: FACE VALIDATED BY: APPROVED BY:

2/E Menandro R. Vicmudo Engr. Domingo D. G. Eugenio C/E Cleto C. del Rosario
Group Leader College Assessor Dean of Academics
Signature over printed name Signature over printed name Signature over printed name
F-030 MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC - KAMAYA POINT
Issue 0 Rev.1
Nov. 21, 2003 DEPARTMENT OF ACADEMICS
Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

E33: Engineering Watchkeeping 1


Final-Term Exam, March 24 - 27, 2009 (AY08092FTE) Control No. E33 -
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32.Before going off duty, the officer in charge of the A. immediate action
engineering watch shall ensure that all events related to B. delay action
the main and auxiliary machinery which have occurred C. over reaction
during the engineering watch are suitably _____. D. no action
A. recorded
B. listed 38.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall
C. monitored give the _____ personnel all appropriate instructions and
D. noted information, which will ensure the keeping of a safe
engineering watch. Routine machinery upkeep, performed
33.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall as incidental tasks as a part of keeping a safe watch, shall
_____ with any engineer in charge of maintenance work be set up as an integral part of the watch routine.
during all preventive maintenance, damage control or A. engine
repairs. B. watchkeeping
A. help C. officer
B. co-operate D. maintenance
C. assist
D. hinder 39. STCW Convention means _____.
A. International Convention on Standards of
34.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for
ensure that any engine-room ratings that perform Seafarers
maintenance duties are available to _____ in the manual B.Seafarers Training, Certification and Watchkeeping
operation of machinery in the event of automatic C.Seamans Training, Certification and Watchkeeping
equipment failure. D. Seafarers Training Certificates and
A. help Watchkeeping
B. co-operate
C. assist 40. IMO means _____.
D. hinder A. International Maritime Office
B. International Military Organization
35.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall C. International Maritime Organization
bear in mind that changes in speed, resulting from D. International Marketing Organization
machinery malfunction, or any loss of steering, may
imperil the safety of the ship and life at sea. The _____ 41 The personnel that ensures permanent air or steam
shall be immediately notified, in the event of fire, and of pressure is available for sound signals and that at all times
any impending action in machinery spaces that may cause bridge orders relating to changes in speed or direction of
reduction in the ships speed, imminent steering failure, operation are immediately implemented and, in addition,
stoppage of the ships propulsion system or any alteration that auxiliary machinery used for maneuvering is readily
in the generation of electric power or similar threat to available is the _____
safety. A. OIC of the engineering watch
A. master B. oiler on watch
B. chief mate C. navigational watch
C. bridge D. rating on watch
D. second mate
42.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall
36.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall ensure that all machinery involved with the maneuvering
_____ the chief engineer officer without delay when of the ship can immediately be placed in the _____ of
engine damage or malfunction occurs which may be such operation when notified that the ship is in congested
as to endanger the safe operation of ship. waters.
A. ignore A. auto mode
B. disregard B. semi-auto mode
C. notify C. manual mode
D. forget D. casual mode

37.Despite the requirement to notify the chief engineer 43.At an _____ anchorage the chief engineer officer
officer in the foregoing circumstances, the officer in shall consult with the master whether or not to maintain
charge of the engineering watch shall not hesitate to take the same engineering watch as when under way.
_____ for the safety of the ship, its machinery and crew A. open
where circumstances require. B. close
CONTENT VALIDATED BY: FACE VALIDATED BY: APPROVED BY:

2/E Menandro R. Vicmudo Engr. Domingo D. G. Eugenio C/E Cleto C. del Rosario
Group Leader College Assessor Dean of Academics
Signature over printed name Signature over printed name Signature over printed name
F-030 MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC - KAMAYA POINT
Issue 0 Rev.1
Nov. 21, 2003 DEPARTMENT OF ACADEMICS
Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

E33: Engineering Watchkeeping 1


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C. unsheltered 49.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the


D. roadstead relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge
44.On any ship safely moored or safely at anchor under of the engineering watch as to the _____ of the day, any
normal circumstances in port, the master shall arrange for special orders relating to the ship operation, maintenance
an appropriate and effective watch to be maintained for functions, repairs to the ships machinery or control
the purpose of _____ .Special requirements may be equipment.
necessary for special types of ships propulsion systems A. standing orders
or ancillary equipment and for ships carrying hazardous, B. night orders
dangerous, toxic or highly flammable materials or other C. OIC orders
special types of cargo. D. chief orders
A. shore leave
B. comfort 50.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the
C. repair relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge
D. safety of the engineering watch as to the nature of all work
being performed on _____ and systems on board ship,
45.When deciding the composition of the engineering personnel involved and potential hazards.
watch, which may include appropriate engine-room A. deck
ratings, the_____ engineer officer, in consultation with B. galley
the master, shall ensure that engineering watchkeeping C. machinery
arrangements are adequate to maintain a safe engineering D. ship
watch while in port.
A. Second 51.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the
B. Third relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge
C. Fourth of the engineering watch as to the _____ and condition,
D. Chief where applicable, of water or residue in bilges, ballast
tanks, slop tanks, sewage tanks, reserve tanks and special
46 Relieving officers, before assuming charge of the requirements for the use or disposal of the contents
engineering watch, shall satisfy themselves that they are thereof.
_____ informed by the officer being relieved about the A. odor
existing and potential sources of power, heat and lighting B. level
and their distribution. C. empty
A. fully D. full
B. not
C. half 52.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the
D. wrongly relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge
of the engineering watch as to any _____ requirements
47.The officer in charge of the engineering watch shall relating to sanitary system disposal.
not _____ the watch to their relieving officer if they have A. usual
any reason to believe that the latter is obviously not B. special
capable of carrying out watchkeeping duties effective, in C. ordinary
which case the chief engineer shall be notified D. height
accordingly.
A. abandon 53.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the
B. hand over relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge
C. notify of the engineering watch as to the condition and state of
D. inform _____ of portable fire-extinguishing equipment and fixed
fire-extinguishing equipment and fixed fire-extinguishing
48.If, at the moment of handing over the engineering installations and fire-detection system.
watch, an important operation is being performed, it shall A. readiness
be concluded by the officer being relieved, except when B. shock
ordered otherwise by the _____ engineer officer. C. calamity
A. Second D. liquid
B. Third
C. Fourth 54.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the
D. Chief relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge
of the engineering watch as to authorized repair personnel
on board engaged in engineering _____, their work

CONTENT VALIDATED BY: FACE VALIDATED BY: APPROVED BY:

2/E Menandro R. Vicmudo Engr. Domingo D. G. Eugenio C/E Cleto C. del Rosario
Group Leader College Assessor Dean of Academics
Signature over printed name Signature over printed name Signature over printed name
F-030 MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC - KAMAYA POINT
Issue 0 Rev.1
Nov. 21, 2003 DEPARTMENT OF ACADEMICS
Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

E33: Engineering Watchkeeping 1


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locations and repair functions and other authorized D. alter


persons on board and the required crew.
A. casualties 60.Relieving officers, before assuming charge of the
B. deficiencies engineering watch, shall satisfy themselves that they are
C. activities fully informed by the officer being relieved be ready to
D. anomalies prepare the ship and its _____ ,as far as is possible, for
standby or emergency conditions as required.
55.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the A. deck
relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge B. galley
of the engineering watch as to any port _____ pertaining C. machinery
to ship effluents, fire fighting requirements and ship D. structure
readiness, particularly during potential bad weather
conditions. 61.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall pay
A. structure particular attention to the observance of all orders, special
B. state operating procedures and regulations concerning _____
C. casualty conditions and their prevention in all areas in their charge.
D. regulation A. safety
B. hazardous
56.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the C. erroneous
relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge D. mischievous
of the engineering watch as to the lines of communication
available between the ship and shore _____ , including 62.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall pay
port authorities, in the event of an emergency arising or particular attention to the instruments and control
assistance being required. systems, monitoring of all _____ supplies components
A. line and systems in operation.
B. gang A. battery
C. personnel B. steam
D. stby C. water
D. power
57.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the
relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge 63.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall pay
of the engineering watch as to any other circumstances of particular attention to the techniques, methods and
importance to the safety of the ship, its crew, cargo or the procedures necessary to prevent _____of the pollution
_____ of the environment from the pollution. regulations of the local authorities.
A. protection A. encouragement
B. generation B. hazards
C. damage C. spread
D. usefulness D. violation

58.Prior to taking over the engineering watch, the 64.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall pay
relieving officer shall be informed by the officer in charge particular attention to the _____ of the bilges.
of the engineering watch as to the procedures for _____ A. structure
the appropriate authority of environmental pollution B. state
resulting from engineering activities. C. casualty
A. notifying D. regulation
B. magnifying
C. modifying 65.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall in
D. annoying _____ ,raise the alarm when in their opinion the situation
so demands, and take all possible measures to prevent
59.Relieving officers, before assuming charge of the damage to the ship, persons on board and cargo.
engineering watch, shall satisfy themselves that they are A. drills
fully informed by the officer being relieved be familiar B. emergencies
with existing and potential _____ of power, heat and C. exercises
lightning and their distribution. D. demonstration
A. sources
B. output 66.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall be
C. change aware of the deck officers needs relating to the

CONTENT VALIDATED BY: FACE VALIDATED BY: APPROVED BY:

2/E Menandro R. Vicmudo Engr. Domingo D. G. Eugenio C/E Cleto C. del Rosario
Group Leader College Assessor Dean of Academics
Signature over printed name Signature over printed name Signature over printed name
F-030 MARITIME ACADEMY OF ASIA AND THE PACIFIC - KAMAYA POINT
Issue 0 Rev.1
Nov. 21, 2003 DEPARTMENT OF ACADEMICS
Associated Marine Officers and Seamens Union of the Philippines PTGWO-ITF
Kamaya Pt., Brgy. Alas-asin, Mariveles, Bataan

E33: Engineering Watchkeeping 1


Final-Term Exam, March 24 - 27, 2009 (AY08092FTE) Control No. E33 -
Set A Questionnaire Form Page No. 7 of 7

equipment required in the loading or unloading of the


_____ and the additional requirements of the ballast and
other ship stability control systems.
A. scrap
B. drums
C. cargo
D. sea water

67.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall make


frequent rounds of inspection to determine possible
equipment malfunction or failure, and take _____
remedial action to ensure the safety of the ship, of cargo
operation, of the port and the environment.
A. immediate
B. lousy
C. wrong
D. initial

68.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall ensure


that the necessary precautions are taken, within their area
of _____, to prevent accidents or damage to the various
electrical, electronic, hydraulic, pneumatic and
mechanical systems of the ship.
A. visibility
B. accountability
C. durability
D. responsibility

69.Officer in charge of the engineering watch shall ensure


that all-important events affecting the operation,
adjustment or repair of the ships machinery are
satisfactorily _____.
A. encoded
B. printed
C. recorded
D. decoded

70.Full description of this subject is _____ Room


Watchkeeping.
A. Engine
B. Boiler
C. Generator
D. Purifier

Test II: Essay. Explain briefly. (30 pts)

What are the informations that a relieving officer


must know before he can take the full responsibility of the
engineering watch at sea? Why do you think its
important?

CONTENT VALIDATED BY: FACE VALIDATED BY: APPROVED BY:

2/E Menandro R. Vicmudo Engr. Domingo D. G. Eugenio C/E Cleto C. del Rosario
Group Leader College Assessor Dean of Academics
Signature over printed name Signature over printed name Signature over printed name

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