1. could you introduce yourself?
my name is lam . i am xx years old. i hold a xxx certificate. i have experienced of xx. xxx. xxx. i can use a computer system for management(maintenance). i suppose that my english is good enough for work. i am married(single). there are 3 people in my family, my daughter and my son.
2．where did you graduate from?
i graduated from xxx university(college, school).
3．how long have you worked on board?
i have worked on board ten years.
4．which company have you served (worked for)?
i have served xxx.xxxx.
5．what certificate (license) do you hold now?
i have xxx certificate, or i hold xxx certificate, or i am the holder of xxx certificate. 我持有某某证书。
6．how long do you have the certificate of c/e(2/e,3/e….)?
i hold the xx certificate(xx years) in xxxx.
7. what kinds of ship have you worked on?
i have worked on many ships, like xxx ships, xxx ship and so on.
8．which classification society is your ship registered with?
dnv, or nk, bv, lr, ccs…..
9. where was your last vessel’s trading area? which ports have you called?
ocean-going, world widely, globally,fixed route.
10．have you served ums?(ums=unmanned machinery space)
yes, i have served ums, or no, i am sorry, i have not.
11．(how long) have you served as c/e, 2/e……?
yes, i have served as c/e several years(times)
12．what kinds of main engine and generator engine have you worked on?
oh, several models, for instance, main engine: suzer rnd68, 6700kw; b&w5l45ga 3200kw; man kz70/1200 5300kw; b&w6l68gfca 7570kw. generator engine; yanmar 6ml-hts270kw……..
13. could you tell the power of (m/e) generator/engine which you have ever worked on?
ok, 6uec52ls6500kw; (yanmar 6ml-hts270kw), on board ship m/v xxx.
14. what type of engine did you have on your last ship?
the vessel i worked on last time is a bulk carrier with suzer rnd68 engine.
15．have you worked any ship that caused damage in critical equipments?
no, i served my job cautiously, and my colleagues were also diligent. we kept the vessel in safe operation. if i were employed by your company. i were also serve my duty with diligence.
16．did you have a planned maintenance system(pms) for your last ship?
yes, i observed instructions from the shipowner and the system was controlled and managed by computers.
17．the ism code required preventive maintenance schedules. how do you make your maintenance schedules?
according to the ism code, the preventive maintenance plan is made based on the ship’s “planned maintenance system” and the machinery running hours records. this plan should be made on an annual basis(or a five-year basis). usually, the monthly maintenance schedules are made based on the annual preventive maintenance plan and the basic occasional maintenance work.
18．what is the purpose of the ism code? what is dpa in ism code?
the purpose of this code is to provide an international standard for the safe management and operation of ship’s of ships and for pollution prevention.
dpa stands for designated person(s) ashore. his responsibility includes monitoring safety, pollution prevention aspects on behalf of the shipowner.
19．what does doc imply?
doc stands for “document of compliance”. the marine shipping company should establish and maintain procedures to control all documents and data which are relevant to the sms. each ship should carry on board all documentation relevant to that ship.
20．what is smc?
smc means safety management certificate. it should be issued to a ship by the administration or an authorized organization.
21．what is the purpose of ism audit? what is the critical equipment and system?
audit is the systematic and independent verification to determine whether ism activities and results conform to planned arrangements and whether these arrangements are effectively preformed to achieve the objectives of the company and relevant maritime laws.
these are those where sudden loss of functional capability or where failure to respond when activated manually or automatically may create high-risk situations or major accidents. for example, main engine, steering gear and so on.
22．what are the critical operations and conditions?
critical operations and conditions are those which have a significant risk of causing major injuries or illness to people, or damage to ship, cargo, other property and/or the environment.
23. what does non-conformity mean? what is major non-conformity?
non-conformity means an observed situation where the objective evidence indicates the non-fulfillment of a specified requirement. major non-conformity is an identifiable deviation which poses a serious threat to personnel or ship safety or serious risk to environment. which reuires immediate correction the action.