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PEMERIKSA / PENGUJI CADET RECORD BOOK

NAUTIKA

PEMERIKSA / PENGUJI CADET RECORD BOOK NAUTIKA NAMA : NIT : DEPARTEMEN PERHUBUNGAN BADAN PENDIDIKAN DAN

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DEPARTEMEN PERHUBUNGAN BADAN PENDIDIKAN DAN PELATIHAN PERHUBUNGAN BALAI PENDIDIKAN DAN PELATIHAN ILMU PELAYARAN BAROMBONG MAKASSAR

DEPARTEMEN TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND TRAINING AGENCY THE BAROMBONG SEAFARER EDUCATIONS AND TRAINING INSTITUTE

CHECK LIST OF PERFORMANCE MEASURE FOR ACHIEVED COMPETENCE INI STUDENT RECORD BOOK FOR DEC OFFICER CLASS IV

NAME

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SHIP NAME

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NRS/BATCH

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COMPANY

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ON THE BOARD RAINING

 

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RESULT

: FAIL/PASS

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SECTION 1 (Summary Record of Progress)

   

EVIDENCE OF ACHIEVEMENT

 

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REQUIRETMENT

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RECORDED

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Data -Data Pribadi Taruna

     

b

Catatan nama kapal, mutasi naik turun crew list

c

Catatan komentar

SECTION 2 (Ship Data)

   

EVIDENCE OF ACHIEVEMENT

 

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RECORDED

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Data -data kapal

     

SECTION 3 (Ship Data)

   

EVIDENCE OF ACHIEVEMENT

 

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COMPETENCE, SUBJECT, PERFORMANCE

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REQUIRETMENT

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RECORDED

RECORDED

DATE

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Safety Familiarization

     

b

Shipboard Familirization

c

Muster station list and other details

DEPARTEMEN TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND TRAINING AGENCY THE BAROMBONG SEAFARER EDUCATIONS AND TRAINING INSTITUTE

COMPEREHENSIF ASSESMENT FORM FOR ACHIEVED COMPETENCE INI STUDENT RECORD BOOK FOR DEC OFFICER CLASS IV

NAME

:

PERIODE

:

NRS/BATCH

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SIGNATURE

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DAY / DATE

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RESULT

: FAIL/PASS

FUNCTION 1

FUNGSI 1

: NAVIGATIN AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL : Navigasi Pada Tingkat Operasional

 

COMPOTENCE, SUBJECT, PERFORMANCE REQUIRETMENT

 

ASSESSMENT

 

NO

     

ASSESOR

METHOD

DATE

SCORE

SIGN

I

 

II

III

IV

V

VI

 

Competence 1:

       

Plan and conduct a coastal passage (STCW Code: Table A-ll/3)

1.2. Select charts of adequate scale.

1.3. Correct nautical publications :

1. Charts

2. List of Light

3. Sailing directions

4. Ship routing Information

1.4. Set courses:

1. Understanding element of

 

navigation schedule

2. Drawing course Line

3. Coastal passage plan

1.5. Calculate noon-to-noon data and

ETA

1. Mercator sailing

2. Sailing directions

3. Ship routing ting information

1.6. Steer the ship and comply with helm orders in the English Language:

1.

IMO standard wheel orders

1.7. Operate the steering cwtrol system. Know the operational procedures and change-over from manual to automatic control and vice versa, adjust the controls (or

optimum performance). 1.8. Use and Interpret information obtained from ship borne meteorological Instruments: 1. Wind
optimum performance).
1.8. Use and Interpret information
obtained from ship borne
meteorological Instruments:
1. Wind direction and force
2. Weather and doud types
3. Atmospheric pressure
4. Air temperature
5. Sea temperature
6. Sea stats.
1.9. Apply the meteorological
Information available:
1. Meteorological information by:
- Facsimile
- NAVTEX
- VHP
- Telex
2. Estimate:
- Wind forces
- Wind direction
- Sea State
Competence 2 :
Conduct a passage and determine
position (STCW Code : Table A-ll/3)
2.1. Operate electronic position fixing
equipment
1.
GPS
2.2. Operate navigational equipment;
1. Gyre Compass
2. Magnetic compass
3. Course recorder
4. Log
5. Echo Sounder
6. Chronometer
7. Sextant
1. Azimuth drde
2. Azimuth mirror
2.3. Determine magnetic (variation
and deviation) and gyro compass
errors; apply compass error to
courses and compass error
bearings. Enter the error in the
comopas Journal:
1. Transit Line
2. Amplitude azimuth method
3. Time Azimuth method
2.4. Obtained position cross bearings
2.5. Obtain position by electronic navigational equipment: 1. Radar 2. GPS 2.6. Obtained position by
2.5.
Obtain position by electronic
navigational equipment:
1. Radar
2. GPS
2.6. Obtained position by celestial
bodies:
1. Altitude azimuth method
2. Meridian azimuth method
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Obtained position by dead
reckoning
2.7. Obtained position by dead
reckoning
2.8. Interpret and analyze factors
affecting performance and
accuracy of:
1. Detection ranges
2. Detection bearings
2.9. Setup and maintain displays:
1. Selection of display mode
- True motion
- Relative motion
2. Correct adjustment
- Tuning
- Gain
- Etc
3. Regular checking of
performance
2.10. Detect and be aware of
misrepresentation of Information:
1. False echoes
2. 2. Sea and rain dutter }
3. Radar-radar Interference
4. 4 Shadow sectors
2.11. Interpret and analyze Information
obtained from;
1. Racons
2. 2. SARTs
Competence 3:
Maintain, a safe, navigational
watch(STCYY Coda, Table A-ll/3)
3.1.
Have a though knowledge of the
watch keeping arrangement and
principles to be observed as set
out In:
1. The regulation VIII/2 of -
STCW Convention
2. The right order book
3.2. One Leaving port, inspect that all preparation are ready for going to sea: 1.
3.2. One Leaving port, inspect that all
preparation are ready for going to
sea:
1. Ship conditions
2. Necessary articles for the
navigation
3. Sailing information
3.3. On leaving port, se! up and check
all
Communication and
navigational equipment
1. Steering system
2. Telegraph
3. Whistle
4. Radar
5. Compass error
6. Navigation Lights
7. Internal Communiction System
8. Course recorder
3.4. On leaving or entering port notify
the master engine control room as
appropriate
3.5. Assist In
carrying out
the
master’s/pilot's orders/directions
3.6. On leaving or entering port, notify
tbt crew as appropriate.
3.7. Property monitor the pilot's safety
when boarding and disembarking.
3.8. Keep a proper lookout by signt
and hearing appropriate
3.9. Monitor the ship's safe navigation:
1. Course
2. Speed
3. Position
4. Traffic Situation
3.10. Monitor and control navigational
instruments and record relevant
activities and Incidents:
1. Gyrocompass
2. Magnetic compass
3. Course Recorder
4. Log
5. Echo sounder
6. Navigation lights
7. 7
Steering systems
8. Alarm systems
9. Etc. 3.11. Adjust the ship's course and speed to the traffic, the waters and
9.
Etc.
3.11. Adjust the ship's course and
speed to the traffic, the
waters
and
the meteorological
condition.
3.12. Check the reliably
of the
Information obtained from the
primary method of position! fixing
at appropriate Intervals
3.13. Fix the ship's position regularly,
assess risks of collision and/wf
grounding and take appropriate
actions:
1. The International Regulations
for prevailing Collisions at
Sea:
- Part A (General)
- Part B (Steering and
Sailing Rules)
2. Local Rules
3.14. Understand
and display/sound
correct signals:
1.
The International Regulations
or prevailing Collisions at Sea
- Part C (Light and Shapes)
- Part D ( Sound and Light
signal)
3.15. All the commencement of the
watchascertain the situation:
1. Course
2. Speed
3. Position
4. Traffic situation
5. Captain's Order
6. Weather Condition
3.16. Keep watch:
1. At anchor
2. Inport
Competence 4:
Response to emergencies (STCW Cede,
Table A-11/3)
4.1.
During relevant drills demonstrate
ability to take precautions for the
protection and safety of
passengers and crew in
emergency situations 4.2. During relevant drills demonstrate ability to take Initial actions, damage assessment and
emergency situations
4.2.
During relevant drills demonstrate
ability to take Initial actions,
damage assessment and control
In emergency situations:
1. Fire
2. Collision
3. Grounding
4. Steering fault
5. Oil pollution
6. Heavy weather
4.3.
During relevant drills demonstrate
ability to
emergency
act correctly in
situations, including
those In port:
1. Rescuing persons from sea
2. Assisting a ship in distress
Competence 5:
Respond
to
a
distress
signal
at
see
(STCW
Code, Table A-ll/3))
5.1. During relevant drills obtain the
position of a unit m distress In
relation to own position
1. Plotting the position of a unit in
distress
2. Operation GMOSS equipment
on test
3. Understanding summary of
MERSAR
4. Understanding duties and
responsibilities of the radio
operator
5.2. During relevant drills main a
preliminary assessment of the
situation and Norm the master of
the situation
1.
Consulting contingency plans
Competence 6:
Use the standard Marine Navigational
Vocabulary as replaced by the IMO
Standard Marine Communication
Phrases and use English In written and
oral form. 6.1. Use IMO standard Marine Communication Phrases 6.2. Understand meteorological and marine safety
oral form.
6.1. Use IMO standard Marine
Communication Phrases
6.2. Understand meteorological and
marine safety messages:
1. VHF
2. NAVTEX
6.3. Fill In standard English nautical
reports and forms:
1. Log book
2. Watch report
3. Gyro error report
4. Courses alteration report
5. Compass Journal
6. Cronometer Journal
6.4. Communicate with other shin and
coast Station by VHF
6.5. Keep 2 proper lookout by sight
and hearing appropriate.
Competence 7
Manovre the chip (STCW Code, Table
A-H/3)
7.1.
Use available information as to
the ship's turning circles and
sloooing distance when
manoeuvring by taking Into
account the following effect of:
1. Ship's condition
- Deadweight
- Draft
- Trim
- Speed Under-keel
clearance
2. Weather and sea condition
-
Wind Current
3. Passage condition
- Squat
- Shallow water
7.2.
Operate, handle mooring and
anchoring equipment:
1. Windlass
2. Mooring winch
3. Mooring rope and wire
4. Heaving line
5. Stopper
7.3. Demonstrate proper mooring and unmooring procedures at 1. Bridge 2. Forecastle 3. Stem 7.4.
7.3. Demonstrate proper mooring and
unmooring procedures at
1. Bridge
2. Forecastle
3. Stem
7.4. Demonstrate proper lowering and
levering weighing anchor
procedures at
1. Bridge
2. Forecastle
7.5. Demonstrate proper rigging the
pilot ladder procedures:
1. Pilot ladder
2. Ufe-eating appliance.
3. Equipment of communication
with the bridge
7.6. Demonstrate proper rigging the
accommo-dation ladder
procedures
1. Accommodation ladder
2. Safety net
7.7. Manoeuvre to rescue person
overboard:
1. Williamson turn
2. Two turn the bridge

Number of Performance Standary Requirement

:

Task

Number of Record Performance Requirement

:

Task

Percentage of Fulfillment

:

%

RESULT

: COMPLY/NOT COMPLY TOBEASSESED (Minimum 70 % of Fullfillment

ACKNOWLEDGE THE PRINCIPAL OF BAROMBONG SEAFARERS EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTITUTE

ASSESOR

(……………………………….)

DEPARTEMEN TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND TRAINING AGENCY THE BAROMBONG SEAFARER EDUCATIONS AND TRAINING INSTITUTE

CHECK LIST OF PERFORMANCE MEASURE FOR ACHIEVED COMPETENCE INI STUDENT RECORD BOOK FOR DEC OFFICER CLASS IV

NAME

:

PERIODE

:

NRS/BATCH

:

SIGNATURE

:

DAY / DATE

:

RESULT

: FAIL/PASS

FUNCTION 2

FUNGSI 2

: HANDLING AND STOWAGE AT THE OPERATIONAL LEVEL : Penanganan & Pengaturan Muatan pada tingkat Operasional

 

COMPOTENCE, SUBJECT, PERFORMANCE REQUIRETMENT

 

ASSESSMENT

 

NO

     

ASSESOR

METHOD

DATE

SCORE

SIGN

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

 

Competence 1:

       

Monitoring the loading , stowage, securing! and unloading of cargoes and their care during the voyage (STCW Code: Table A- II/3)

1.1. Locate and demonstrate pollution; prevention equipment.

1. Hatch Cover

2. Dunnage

3. Calculation of the capacity for cargo

4. Cleaning of tanks, bilges and drain wells

5. Testing suctions of scuppers and bilgesuction

1.2. Supervise theoperating of ships cargo gear:

1. Rope Work

- Knots and bends

- splices

2. Identification of types of ropes and; wire ropes and knowing of their uses

3. Breaking out new colls

4. Stowing wire-ropes and ropes 5. Rigging heavy lift derricks 6. Holds Inspection 7. Operations
4. Stowing wire-ropes and ropes
5. Rigging heavy lift derricks
6. Holds Inspection
7. Operations and maintenance
of
- Derricks
- Cranes
- Winches
1.3. Supervise the loading. Take into
account the of cargo including
heavy lifts on the seaworthiness
and stability of the ship:
1. Supervision of Loading
2. Cargo documentation
3. Checking dangereous goods
4. Cargo gear Inspection
5. Preparation and Interpretation
of cargo
6. Calculation
- Cargo loaded
- Stability Stresses
- Identification of types,
classes and marking
1.4. Ensure a solid stow and securing
of all cargoes In packaged form:
Securing and checking cargoes
Entire separation between bulk
a. or packaged good if
cargoes
required
b. Supervisethat adequate
precautions arc taken to
ensure ventilation and (actuate
Inspections during the voyage
c. Supervisestowage and
securing of dangerous,,
hazardous and harmful
cargoes and ensure the safety
of fife and of the ship
d. Inspect damage before and
during discharging:
1. Hatch covers
2. Cargogears
3. Cargoes
e. Ensure that ail loose objects
aresecurely fastened
to
avoid damage.
f. Ensure satisfactory trim,,
stability, hogging and sagging,
at all times:
1. Calculation of ship’s
conditions
2. Ballast operation
g. Identify any damage to ship or cargo after discharging and; point out possible causes,
g. Identify any damage to ship or
cargo after discharging and;
point out possible causes,
h. Inspect the cargo at regular
Intervals,
i. Record all inspections and the
conditions found.
j. Take actions to avoid damage
to the ship or cargo.
Competence 2:
Monitoring the loading/discharging and;
maintain/ overhaul
cargo
system/associated equipment
2.1. Supervise the preparation of
cargo tanks for loading:
1. Undersiand'mg of safety
booklets
- ICS Safety In Oil Tankers
- International Safety Guide
for Oil Tankers and
Terminals
2. Completion of Safety Check
List
3. Operation
- Deballasting
- Purging
- Inerting
- Pollution control
Emergency shutdown
4. Knowing
- Pump room/Cargo control
systems
- Pipeline systems
- Cargo pumps operations
- Layout and operation of
deck valves
2.2. Supervise the loading:
1. Loading
2. Operation of the inert gas
plant
3. Calculation
of hourly
leading/ discharging rates and
bade pressure
1. Topping-off tanks
2. Operation of the ullage
gauges
3. Keeping a record of
loading and deballasting
operation
4. Operation
ventilating
of the gas
system and
pressure/Vscuum valves. 2.3. Inspect pump, lines and valves before and during discharging: 1. Completion a
pressure/Vscuum valves.
2.3. Inspect pump, lines and valves
before and during discharging:
1. Completion a Safety
CJteckUst
- Discharging
- Crude oS washing
2. Operation
- Cargo pumps
- Stripping pumps
- Inert gas plant
3. Discharging
4. Pump room/cargo control
room checks
5. Ballasting operation
6. Keeping a record of
discharging and deballasting
operations
2.4. Assist in rank cleaning:
1. Completion a safety Check
List
2. Operation:
- Tank cleaning
- Gas freeing
- Tank entry
3. Operation of the equipment:
- Oily water
separator and
monitoring system
- Thermometers, hydrometer
and sounding reds
- Portable tank washing
machines
- Etc
4. Keeping a record of tank
cleaning operations
5. Testing
portable winches,
pumps and eductors
2.5. Inspectcargo pumps arid
equipment and assist with
maintenance work:
1. 1 Testing emergency
shutdown: of Cargo Pumps
2. Taking Inventory of pollution
control equipment
3. Overhauling
- Tank washing machines
- Gas-treeing fans
- Ullage gauges
- Pressure Vacuum valve
- Valve giand
- Mud box
4. Maintenance of: - Inert gas plant and pipelines - Oily water separator - Closed
4.
Maintenance of:
- Inert gas plant and
pipelines
- Oily water separator
- Closed circuid loading
arrangements
- Pipelines and valves

Number of Performance Standary Requirement

:

Task

Number of Record Performance Requirement

:

Task

Percentage of Fulfillment

:

%

RESULT

: COMPLY/NOT COMPLY TOBEASSESED (Minimum 70 % of Fullfillment

ACKNOWLEDGE THE PRINCIPAL OF BAROMBONG SEAFARERS EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTITUTE

ASSESOR

(……………………………….)

DEPARTEMEN TRANSPORTATION EDUCATION AND TRAINING AGENCY THE BAROMBONG SEAFARER EDUCATIONS AND TRAINING INSTITUTE

CHECK LIST OF PERFORMANCE MEASURE FOR ACHIEVED COMPETENCE INI STUDENT RECORD BOOK FOR DEC OFFICER CLASS IV

NAME

:

PERIODE

:

NRS/BATCH

:

SIGNATURE

:

DAY / DATE

:

RESULT

: FAIL/PASS

FUNCTION 3

FUNGSI 3

: CONTROL THE OPERATION OF THE SHIP CARE FOR PERSONS ON BOARD THE OPERATION LEVEL : Pengendalian Pengoperasian Dan Penelitian Personil Pada Tingkat Operasional

 

COMPOTENCE, SUBJECT, PERFORMANCE REQUIRETMENT

 

ASSESSMENT

 

NO

     

ASSESOR

METHOD

DATE

SCORE

SIGN

I

II

III

IV

V

VI

 

Competence 1:

       

Ensure compliance with pollution

prevention requirements (STCW Code. Table A-ll/3)

1.1. Locate and demonstrate prevention equipment pollution.

1.2. Ensure bunkering Preparation:

1. Information to crew and other ships

2. Anti pollution procedures

3. Block all scuppers Inspect pipes and hoses

4. Pollution prevantion equipment

5. Assist In bunker barge

1.3. During relevant drills Initiate Immediate Investigation to detect the source of the pollution.

1.4. During relevant drills Stop or prevent leakages and spills of harmful liquids

1.5. Have all tanks and compartments sounded If any damage Is suspected: 1. Bilge tanks
1.5. Have all tanks and compartments
sounded If any damage Is
suspected:
1. Bilge tanks
2. Peak tanks
3. Double bottom tanks
1.6. Carry out the operation of:
1. Bilge discharging
2. Ballasting
3. Bunkering
Competence 2 :
Maintain seaworthiness of the ship
(STOW Code, Table A-ll/3)
2.1. Insect the following and lake
actions U any defects are
detected:
1. Hull
2. Hull openings
3. Compartments
4. Hatch covers
5. Stowage securing equipment
2.2. Ensure that all loose objects are
securely fastened to avoid
damage
2.3. Arrange for regular control
measures to ensure watertight
Integrity by:
1. Manual means
2. Use of gauges
2.4. During relevant drills take actions
to ensure and maintain the
watertight Integrity;
1. Watertight door
2. Emergency work using tools
for preventing flooding of ship
2.5. Calculate stability conditions
Competence 3:
Prevent, control and fight fires en board
(STCW
Code, Table AII/3)
3.1. Test and operate fire and/or
smoke Meeting equipment:
1. Alarm activating points
2. Alarm bells
3. Control box
3.2. Ensure that all persons on watch
are able to detect and correct
hazardous situations and to take
actions and to keep the ship dean
and tidy:
1. Pre patrol duties 3.3. Ensure the watch locates: 1. Emergency escape routes 2. Sounds
1.
Pre patrol duties
3.3. Ensure the watch locates:
1. Emergency escape routes
2. Sounds alarm
3.4. Test and demonstrate proper use
of fire fighting appliances and
agents;
1. Fixed fire extinguisher
- Smothering gas system
- Foam system
- Water spray system
2. Portable fire extinguishers
- Foam
- Dry powder
3. Waterjet equipment
- Jet water
- Low-speed water spray
- High-speed water spray
4. International shore connection
5. Fire doors
6. Emergency stop valves
- Main engine
- Pumps
3.5. Demonstrate proper use of fire
protective equipment:
1. Fireman's outfit
2. Breathing apparatus
3.6. During relevant, drills
demonstrate the ability to act to
accordance with the firefighting
plan.
3.7. During relevant drills carry out
rescue operation wearing
breathing apparatus
Competence 4:
Operate life-saving appliances (STCW
Code, Table A-ll/3)
4.1. Organize abandon ship drills
1. Muster List
2. Life Jacket
3. Live saving equipment's
4.2. Demonstrate the ability to
organize and supervise lifeboat:
1. Preparation for launchings
2. Launching
3. Boarding
4. Leaving
5. Handling
- Motor
- Oars
- Sail
6. Recovering 4.3. Demonstrate the ability to organize and supervise life rait: 1. Throwing procedures
6.
Recovering
4.3. Demonstrate the ability to
organize and supervise life rait:
1. Throwing procedures
2. Boarding
3. Leaving
4. Handling
4.4. Demonstrate proper use of radio
lifesaving applinces:
1. Portable two-way radio
telephone apparatus
2. EPIRB
3. Search and Rescue
Transponder (SARTs)
4.5. Ensure that all survival craft
launching equipment on beard! Is
functioning
1. Ufe rafl
- Release mechanism
- Shooter or Jacob's ladder
2. Lifeboat
- Boal winch
- Boat davit
- Jacob ladder
Competence 5:
Apply medicat first aid on board (STCW
Code, Table A-ll/1)
5.1. During relevant drills slop
excessive bleeding, ensure
breathing and put Injured persons
In proper position
5.2. During relevant drills detect signs
of shock and heal stroke and act
accordingly
5.3. During relevant drills treat burns.
scalds, fractures and
hypothermia.
5.4. During relevant drills locate and
access shipboard medicine and
equipment
Competence 6:
Monitor compliance with legislative
requirements (STCW Code, Table A-
11/3)
6.1.
Stale where laws, rules and
regulations concerning ship
operation and pollution prevention
are available:
1. WARPOL
2. SOLAS
3. Certification under: - MARPOL - SOLAS 6.2. Use legislation to ascertain due approach to
3.
Certification under:
- MARPOL
- SOLAS
6.2.
Use legislation to ascertain due
approach to solve questions
encountered during onboard
operations.

Number of Performance Standary Requirement

:

Task

Number of Record Performance Requirement

:

Task

Percentage of Fulfillment

:

%

RESULT

: COMPLY/NOT COMPLY TOBEASSESED (Minimum 70 % of Fullfillment

ACKNOWLEDGE THE PRINCIPAL OF BAROMBONG SEAFARERS EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTITUTE

ASSESOR

(……………………………….)