ASKET - Pre HRA Transit and Anti-Piracy Quiz
This Quiz is designed for Bridge Officers and Vessel Crew's to test their own knowledge and revise on Best Practices before transiting High Risk Area's with input from various authorities and organisations.

2 points or more are awarded for each correct answer, sometimes there are more than 1 correct response, we do not collect your e mail address or your details unless you wish to leave it.

More information can be found in The Global Counter Piracy Guidance for Companies, Masters and Seafarers (referenced below as Global CPG), the ISPS code and BMP5 - Best Management Practices for Protection against Somalia Based Piracy download these and more free resources at https://www.asket.co.uk/asket-maritime-resources

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BMP5 - Best Management Practices Version 5 for Protection against Somalia Based Piracy & The Global Counter Piracy Guidance for Companies, Masters and Seafarers (referenced below as Global CPG)
1. How Should You Avoid Being a Victim of Piracy (Global CPG Aide Memoir)? (Tick one 4pts)
4 points
2. What are the Five Fundamental Requirements of BMP 5? (Tick one 4pts)
4 points
3. According to the the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS), what should be reviewed to counter the piracy threat?
2 points
4. According to Global CPG and BMP 5 what should be carried out prior to transiting any High Risk Area by CSO's and Masters?
2 points
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5. As a ships can be attacked both when underway and stationary which Ships Protection Measures are listed in the Global CPG? (Tick all that apply)
12 points
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6. Who acts as the primary point of contact for merchant vessels and liaison with military forces in the Gulf of Aden/ Indian Ocean and Arabian Sea and it is the primary point of contact during an attack?
2 points
7. Who should a ‘Vessel Movement Registration Form’ be submitted to prior to entering the Gulf of Aden High Risk Area?
2 points
8. When does BMP 5 recommend that should you register and report to UKMTO? (Tick all correct answers)
6 points
UKMTO Watchkeepers Monitoring the High Risk Area
9. What should you monitor on the Bridge in the HRA to get the latest Piracy Information, Warnings and Alerts?
2 points
10. Who Should you Report to in the West Africa Gulf of Guinea VRA (Voluntry Reporting Area)
2 points
11. Who Should you Immediately Report an Attack to in South East Asia? (Global CPG)
2 points
12. Which of these would fail an SSO's pre HRA Transit Inspection?
2 points
13. What is the advice in Global CPG on the transmission of AIS in the HRA?
2 points
14. What are the advice on ships alarms recommended in the Global CPG
2 points
Double Razor Wire
15. If Embarking Armed Guards what should the Master Check on the embarked Weapons
2 points
16. Where can you find the Weapon Serial Number on a standard weapon?
2 points
17. Which of the Following is most likely to be classed as a Suspicious Approach & Immediate Threat (Tick all correct answers)
4 points
18. Which of the following vessels is most likely to pose an 'immediate' threat?
2 points
19. What is this, and what is the average effective range?
2 points
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20. As a minimum who should receive your SSAS (Ships Security Alert System Alert when in the HRA? (Tick all correct answers)
4 points
21. How quickly can a Skiff Travel 100m at 20kts?
2 points
22. During an Incident or an Attack who has Overall Command of the Vessel?
2 points
23. A skiff is approaching from abeam at about 1nm in a threatening manner, you are the OOW which would you do first? *
2 points
24. If the Skiff presses an attack and approaches to attempt a boarding the Master should order:
2 points
25. According to the 100 Series Rules for the Use of Force 'All contacts or craft deemed to be suspicious, should, as the circumstances allow, be identified by the Master, the PCASP, Officers or Crew as a ________________ prior to invoking the RUF
2 points
26. According to the 100 Series Rules for the Use of Force: RULE 100 'In the event of any actual, perceived or threatened attack by third parties the Team Leader (TL) or, in the TL’s absence, other PCASP, shall advise the ________ or (in his absence) the __________ that he intends to invoke these Rules for the Use of Force (Tick all correct answers)
4 points
PMSC Giving Visual Warnings
27. What should you do when under attack? (Global CPG) (Tick one 4pts)
4 points
28. What principles stated in Global CPG serve as a guidelines to seafarers to survive a kidnapping. (Tick all that apply)
6 points
29. Which comments best describe a citadel? (Tick all correct answers)
6 points
30. Which of the following criteria will Naval/Military apply before a boarding to release those in a Citadel can be considered: (Tick all correct answers)
4 points
It is recommended that a fully equipped Citadel should include fixed Satellite Communications with an external antenna
31. In the event that Naval/Military forces take action on board the ship, all personnel should? (BMP 5)
2 points
32. According to BMP 5 what should you do after a suspicious approach or attempted attack?
2 points
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Indian Ocean Regional Contacts:

UKMTO

UKMTO (United Kingdom Maritime Trade Operations)
Email: watchkeepers@ukmto.org
Tel: +44 2392 222060
+971 50 552 3215
https://www.ukmto.org/

MSCHOA
Email: postmaster@mschoa.org
Tel: +44 (0)1923 958 545
+44 (0)1923 958 700
Fax: +44 (0)1923 958 520
Website: www.mschoa.org

USN Naval Control and Guidance to Shipping
Email: cusnc.ncags_bw@me.navy.mil
Tel: +973 3905 9583 (24hr duty phone)
Office: +973 1785 1023 (Office)

South East Asia Regional Contacts:

Information Fusion Centre (IFC)
Email: information_fusion_centre@defence.gov.sg
Tel: +65 6594 5728 or +65 9626 8965
Fax: +65 6594 5734
Website: www.infofusioncentre.gov.sg

ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre
Email: info@recaap.org
Tel: +65 6376 3063
Fax: +65 6376 3066
Website: www.recaap.org

IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC)
Tel: +60 3 2031 0014
Fax: +60 3 2078 5769
E-mail: piracy@icc-ccs.org
Web: www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting-centre/live-piracy-mapp

West Africa Regional Contacts:

MDAT-GoG
Tel: +33(0)2 98 22 88 88
E-Mail: watchkeepers@mdat-gog.org

Global:

IMB Piracy Reporting Centre (IMB PRC)
Tel +60 3 2031 0014
Fax +60 3 2078 5769
E-mail piracy@icc-ccs.org
Web www.icc-ccs.org/piracy-reporting-centre/live-piracy-map



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