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Engineering Examination Questions

All Engine Room Questions

Engine Room Electrical         

Engine Room General          

Engine Room Safety            

Engine Room Steam            

Engine Room Motor   

QMED Oiler          

Deck Examination Questions

Master 25/50/100 Ton

Operator Uninspected Passenger Vessel

All Deck Questions

Able Seaman Questions

Advanced Subjects, Unlimited Oceans Master, Mate

Rules of the Road  

Aids to Navigation  Glossary Included

Breathing Apparatus

Cargo Equipment 

Cargo Stowage

Charts and Publications 

Chemical Testing

Right Whales

Damage Control  

Deck Engineering

Deck Safety

Emergency Procedures 

FCC Exam Questions

Fire Fighting Glossary Included 

First Aid  

G.M.D.S.S.  

Great Lakes

Hazardous Cargo

Inert Gas

Inland Navigation  

Instruments and Accessories

Lifesaving

Lifeboatman

Liquid Cargo and Bunkering

Marine Radio Operator 

Meteorology  "Glossary Included" 

Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit

New Revised Questions

Celestial Navigation

Navigational Procedures

Pollution Control and Prevention

Rules and Regulations

Plotting/Navigational Problems

QMED

Survival Craft

Seamanship   Glossary Included

Sailing Vessels  

Ship Handling 

Ships Construction Glossary Included  

Ships Business

Signaling  

Stability and Trim Glossary Included 

Tankerman

Tides and Currents Glossary Included 

Towing

Watchkeeping  

Common Knots

Radar Plotting

 

 

Engineering Safety and Environmental Protection

    Listed below is a table of contents of the questions on this subject as they appear in the new online study. Click on the "Enter Online Study" link above to begin preparing for your exam.

   If you are studying for a United States Coast Guard Engine Room License exam which includes this module, you should  work through these questions until you are scoring 80% or better on them.

From the pull down menu in the online study select from the following topics:

  • All New USCG Engine Room Question Databank 9_20_13
    • Engineering Safety and Environmental Protection
      • Abandon Ship Procedures
        • Entry Into Water
      • Damage Control
        • Methods And Organization
          • Investigation
          • Plugging And Patching
          • Shoring
          • Watchstanding
      • Emergency Equipment
        • Immersion Suits
        • Life Boats And Survival Craft
        • Life Rafts
        • Line Throwing Apparatus
        • Miscellaneous
        • Parts Equipment
        • Pfd's
        • Respiratory Protection
      • Fire Fighting Practices
        • C02
          • Portable And Semi-portable Systems
          • Characteristics
          • Fixed L.P. Systems
          • Fixed Systems
          • Maintenance
          • Methods
          • Portable And Semi-portable Systems
          • Regulations
          • Safety
        • Dry Chemical
          • Characteristics
          • Maintenance
          • Methods
          • Portable And Semi-portable Systems
          • Regulations
        • Fire Class, Structure And Regulations
          • Class A
          • Class B
          • Class C
          • Class D
          • Regulations
          • Structures
        • Foam
          • Characteristics
          • Fixed Systems
          • Methods
          • Portable And Semi-portable Systems
          • Regulations
          • Safety And Maintenance
        • Halon
          • Characteristics
          • Fixed Systems
          • Methods
          • Portable And Semi-portable Systems
          • Safety And Maintenance
        • Water
          • Characteristics
          • Fire Pumps
          • Fog Applicators
          • Hose And Spanners
          • Methods
          • Nozzles
          • Strainers, Firemains And Hydrau.
      • Fire Prevention Principles
        • Equipment
          • 02 Indicators And Explosimeters
          • Detection Systems
          • Firefighters Outfit
          • Flame Screens
          • General Construction And Fire Doors
        • Practice
          • Prevention, Drills And ER Fire Duty
      • Fire Theory
        • Principles And Definitions
          • Causes And Locations (modu)
          • Conduction, Convention, And Radiation (modu)
          • Elements Of Fire
          • Poisonous Gases
          • Spontaneous Combustion
      • First Aid
        • Methods
          • Lacerations And Amputations
          • Burns
          • Cold, Heat Exposure
          • Cpr
          • Electrical Shock
          • Evaluation Of Casualties
          • Fractures
          • Medication
          • Miscellaneous
          • Rescue
          • Shock
      • Hazardous Materials
        • Handling
          • Cargo Tank Precautions And Operations
          • Gas Free Engineering, Marine Chemist
          • Inert Gas Systems
          • LPG, LNG
          • Material Safety Data Sheet & Haz. Communication
          • Tank Pressure Relief
          • Topping Off
        • Hazardous Liquids
          • Combustible_ Flammable Liquids
          • Petroleum Grades
        • Pollution And Prevention
          • Ballast Water Management
          • Clean-up
          • Containment
          • Definitions
          • Discharge At Sea
          • Emergency Stopping
          • Fines
          • Garbage And Plastic Disposal
          • Marpol
          • Prevention
          • Records
          • Spill Clean-up Plan
          • Transferring
      • New Questions
        • All Topics
      • OSV Survival Craft
        • Abandon Ship Procedures
          • Abandon Ship Procedures
          • Entry Into Water
          • Signals
          • Survival At Sea
        • Compasses
        • First Aid
          • Cpr
          • First Aid For Hypothermia
          • Hypothermia, Exposure
          • Miscellaneous
        • General Lifesaving
          • Buoyant Apparatus
          • Immersion Suits
          • Personal Flotation Devices
        • Life Rafts Inflatable
          • Components, Equipment
          • Launch
        • Lifesaving Rules Regulations
          • Distress Signals
          • E.P.I.R.B.
          • Flotation Devices
          • Inflatable Life Rafts
          • Life Raft Equipment
          • Life Rafts, Buoyant Apparatus
          • Line Throwing Apparatus
          • Rescue Boat- Other Than Fast Rescue
          • Ring Buoys
        • Rescue Boats
          • Construction, Equipment
          • Launch, Recovery
          • Operation
        • S.A.R. Procedures
          • Distress Signals
          • Emergency Radios
          • Helicopter Rescue
      • Safety
        • Safety
          • Accident Prevention
          • Emergency Signals And Station Bill
          • General Safety
      • Stability Trim And Flooding
        • Flooding
          • Cause And Prevention
        • Stability and Trim
          • Free Surface
          • General Stability
          • List, Trim, Heel
          • Loading Effects
          • Motion
      • MODU Specific Questions
        • Damage Control
          • Methods And Organization
        • Emergency Equipment
          • Abandon Rig
          • Abandon Ship
          • Emergency Equipment
          • Immersion Suits
          • Life Boats And Survival Craft
          • Lifesaving Equipment
          • Line Throwing Apparatus
          • Man Overboard
          • Pfd's
          • Respiratory Protection
          • Ring Buoys
        • Emergency Procedures
          • Abandon Rig
          • Fire, Explosion
          • H2S
          • Heavy Weather
        • Fire Class, Structure And Regulations
          • Structures
        • Fire Fighting Practices
          • CO2
          • Dry Chemical
          • Foam
          • Fog Applicators
          • Halon
          • Water
        • Fire Prevention Principles
          • Practice
          • Prevention, Drills
          • Prevention, Drills And ER Fire Duty
        • Fire Theory
          • Conduction, Convention, And Radiation (modu)
          • Elements Of Fire (modu)
          • Fire Theory
          • Poisonous Gases
          • Principles And Definitions
        • Firefighting Prevention And Appliances
          • Fire Main System
        • Foam
          • Regulations
        • Handling
          • Cargo Tank Precautions And Operations
        • Hazardous Materials
          • Marpol
          • Modu Drill Mud
        • National Maritime Law
          • Station Bill
        • Pollution And Prevention
          • Emergency Stopping
          • Marpol
          • Prevention
          • Records
        • Principles And Definitions
          • Elements Of Fire (modu)
          • Poisonous Gases
        • Safety
          • Accident Prevention
          • Emergency Signals And Station Bill
        • Stability, Ballasting, Damage Control
          • Damaged Trim And Stability Countermeasures
          • Definitions
          • Tanks, Piping
          • Theory
        • Stability, Trim And Flooding
          • Draft And Load Lines
          • Flooding And Countermeasures
          • General Stability

 If you are studying for a United States Coast Guard Engine Room License exam which includes this module, you should  work through these questions until you are scoring 80% or better on them.

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See also:

SeaSources online Celestial Navigation Course 

MARYLAND NAUTICAL  Great source for practice charts and study guides

NAVIGATION COURSE

National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

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Required Subjects for all Deck Licenses

Required Subjects for all Engineering Licenses

Required Subjects for Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, MODU.

Sea Service Requirements for Coast Guard Licenses