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SAFETY (Environmental & Maritime Law) Quiz

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Draining oil sump or contents of oil filters into a vessel’s bilge is allowed:

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If it becomes necessary to pump bilges while in port, which procedure may be legally followed?

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An Uninspected Passenger Vessel must have which of the following:

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You are fueling your vessel and you notice an oil film on the water near the boat. What is the first thing you should do?

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The term “Oily Mixture” as used in the Oil Pollution Act of 1961 means a mixture with oil content of at least:

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The Federal Water Pollution Control Act requires the person in charge of a vessel to immediately notify the Coast Guard as soon as he learns of any oil discharge. Failure to do so can lead to penalties of:

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If a vessel violates the Oil Pollution Control Act, who can be held responsible?

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Maritime law compliance can best be found in which publication?

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The term “discharge”, according to pollution regulations, means:

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Under the U.S. water pollution laws, which would be considered pollution?

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When is plastic material permitted to be discharged overboard from a vessel?

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While you are in Inland Waters of the United States you may discharge overboard:

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Which of the following agency must oil spills be reported to?

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Oil is accidentally discharged into the water. What should you do after reporting the discharge?

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The preferred type of pollution control for oil spills on the water are:

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All of the following are considered an installed marine sanitation device on a vessel except:

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According to the Code of Federal Regulations, every uninspected vessel carrying up to six paying passengers must:

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While operating your vessel in State waters, which statement is true concerning marine sanitation devices?

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Which statement is true if you have been boarded by the U.S. Coast Guard in State waters?

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Which statement is true regarding the Y-valve in a marine sanitation device when it is directed to go into the holding tank?

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