船东英语口语面试 Part 4
1．If you found an oil spill in the sea, how would you react?
Immediately report to the nearest competent port authority and take positive action to control the pollution and make an entry in the logbook.
2．What is PSC inspection? Have you had inspection on board the ship? If you have, what deficiency has been checked out?
PSC inspection stands for Port State Control Inspection. I have the experience of PSC. But no deficiency has been found.
3．Do you keep record while crew works?
Yes, of course. According to SMS, every event should be recorded as evidence. The general rule is no record, no behaviors.
4．What is the main duty of the C/E?(2/E, 3/E, 4/E, E/E)
The Chief Engineer is ultimately responsible for the safe and efficient running of all mechanical and electric machinery shipboard equipment. He is responsible for….The Second Engineer is responsible for watching at periods of 0400-0800 hours and 1600-2000hrs. He is responsible to the Chief Engineer for the operation and maintenance of all machinery and associated equipment. He is responsible for…..
5．How often should you test lifeboat engine? Who takes charge of the operation? Who takes of maintenance and repair work?
One week interval. SMS requires that every crew on board is capable of operating it. The fourth Engineer must take charge of maintenance and repair work.
6. Who take charge of repairing deck equipment if the deck equipment is out of order?
The Fourth Engineer takes charge of that work and co-operate by electric engineer.
7．What should be paid attention to when bunkering fuel oil?
Firstly, we must pay much attention not to spill the oil; secondly, the quantity to the oil must correspond to the contract; thirdly the quality must comply with the required one; fourthly, we must take samples during bunkering.
8．How do you pump out bilge water in the engine room?
Pump bilge water into bilge tank. Then pump bilge water into oily water separator. Ask the Captain or deck officers on duty to pump out at appropriate water. The proportion should not be beyond 15 PPM. The operation should be recorded in “ Oil water record book”.
9．When will an engineer in charge of watch call the Chief Engineer?
When engine damage or malfunction occurs which may be such as to endanger the safe operation of the ship; when any malfunction occurs which it is believed, may cause damage or break down of propulsion machinery, auxiliary machinery or monitoring and governing systems; and in any emergency or if in any doubt as to what decision or measure to be taken.
10．What should be prepared before disassembly of cylinder for main engine/auxiliary engine?
I shall familiarize myself with the operational manual, such as know with certainly the disassembly procedures, cut off oil and water, the operational procedure, test by oil and water after assembly; get knowledge of assembly crevice and limited crevice; count on necessary spares; check all necessary tools before working; be clear of duties for personal engagement in disassembly of cylinder; safety measures and safety working training are also vital.