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POVL-WK3

MARINE LICENSE - HK - WK3

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"question answer"
"Man overboard Swing vessel so propeller will not strike person, give alarm, throw lifebouy, detail watch, if child.. go into water, return to person, give first aid"
"VTC Vessel Traffic Center"
"Notice To Mariners Issue notice to Mariners which relate to navigating, example, position of fairway"
"Marine Department Notices General in nature and not of navigational significance"
"Enclosed spaces Properly ventilate before elec switch or engine start"
"Fire Classification A Wood, glass fibre, upholstery, furnishings.... any extingusher, water based best"
"Fire Classification B Burning liquids, petrol, diesel... Dry Powder, carbon dioxide, halon, foam"
"Fire Classification C Burning gas such a LPG....Dry Powder, carbon dioxide, halon, foam"
"Fire Classification D Burning Combustible metals, magnesium, aluminum...... Water, fire extingusher not effective"
"Fire Classification E Any other fire with high voltage electricity.... Dry powder, carbon dioxide, halon"
"Petrol Fumes and LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) Settle in bilges and enclosed spaces and may well explode in heat or spark"
"In the event of fire Raise the alarm"
"Foam effective for Class A & C fires, but not to be used if high voltage present since water will conduct electricity"
"How to check if extingusher is OK Weight, pressure gauge, visual"
"Most common extinguisher Dry Power"
"Point where to put out fire Base of the fire"
"Dry Powder extinguisher maintenence Shake every month or so to prevent caking or coagulating"
"Recharge Foam extinguisher (x) years 4 years"
"Recharge Dry Power extinguisher (x) years 5 years"
"LPG is heavier or lighter than air? Heavier"
"LPG cylinder storage Well ventilated compartment, or above deck, drain holes near bottom"
"If gas leak suspected Open hatchways and ports, and ventilate, clear by vigorously flapping large towel or blanket"
"Petrol or Diesel Filling On Open deck and clearly labelled for the type of fuel"
"Hydrometer Glass tube with rubber bulb and tube to check battery specific gravity"
"A fully charged battery specific gravity 1.27 to 1.29"
"A discharged or flat battery specific gravity 1.10 to 1.16"
"Liquid levels in cells May fall due to evaporation, when water will be lost"
"Boat Battery amp hour ""good"" 200 amp hour"
"Fuse Blow if current is too high"
"Petroleum Jelly Put on terminals"
"Charging time 1/10th amps of rating, example, 100 amp hour battery, charge at 10amp per hour for 10 hours"
"question answer"
"Man overboard Swing vessel so propeller will not strike person, give alarm, throw lifebouy, detail watch, if child.. go into water, return to person, give first aid"
"VTC Vessel Traffic Center"
"Notice To Mariners Issue notice to Mariners which relate to navigating, example, position of fairway"
"Marine Department Notices General in nature and not of navigational significance"
"Enclosed spaces Properly ventilate before elec switch or engine start"
"Fire Classification A Wood, glass fibre, upholstery, furnishings.... any extingusher, water based best"
"Fire Classification B Burning liquids, petrol, diesel... Dry Powder, carbon dioxide, halon, foam"
"Fire Classification C Burning gas such a LPG....Dry Powder, carbon dioxide, halon, foam"
"Fire Classification D Burning Combustible metals, magnesium, aluminum...... Water, fire extingusher not effective"
"Fire Classification E Any other fire with high voltage electricity.... Dry powder, carbon dioxide, halon"
"Petrol Fumes and LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) Settle in bilges and enclosed spaces and may well explode in heat or spark"
"In the event of fire Raise the alarm"
"Foam effective for Class A & C fires, but not to be used if high voltage present since water will conduct electricity"
"How to check if extingusher is OK Weight, pressure gauge, visual"
"Most common extinguisher Dry Power"
"Point where to put out fire Base of the fire"
"Dry Powder extinguisher maintenence Shake every month or so to prevent caking or coagulating"
"Recharge Foam extinguisher (x) years 4 years"
"Recharge Dry Power extinguisher (x) years 5 years"
"LPG is heavier or lighter than air? Heavier"
"LPG cylinder storage Well ventilated compartment, or above deck, drain holes near bottom"
"If gas leak suspected Open hatchways and ports, and ventilate, clear by vigorously flapping large towel or blanket"
"Petrol or Diesel Filling On Open deck and clearly labelled for the type of fuel"
"Hydrometer Glass tube with rubber bulb and tube to check battery specific gravity"
"A fully charged battery specific gravity 1.27 to 1.29"
"A discharged or flat battery specific gravity 1.10 to 1.16"
"Liquid levels in cells May fall due to evaporation, when water will be lost"
"Boat Battery amp hour ""good"" 200 amp hour"
"Fuse Blow if current is too high"
"Petroleum Jelly Put on terminals"
"Charging time 1/10th amps of rating, example, 100 amp hour battery, charge at 10amp per hour for 10 hours"
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