MARPOL Operation: Compliance Training Assessment
Test your knowledge of MARPOL regulations, compliance, and the marine environment.

This survey is being conducted on behalf of NAMEPA to assess effectiveness of a training program. This is NOT a formal or governmental evaluation. Honest answers are encouraged and responses will not be shared with outside parties.

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Were you in Wilmington, North Carolina or Morehead City, North Carolina when you were introduced to this program? If not, how were you introduced?
What does "MARPOL" refer to?
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What is the objective of MARPOL regulations?
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True or False? A typical food chain in the ocean starts with phytoplankton.
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What is an environmental hazard associated with oil spills?
What is a noxious liquid?
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What is considered sewage on a ship?
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True or False: It is illegal to discharge plastic materials, synthetic lines, fishing nets, ash from incinerating garbage, or residue from the cargo section of oil tanker anywhere at sea from any vessel.
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Why do chemical compounds, including CO2, Sox and NOx, emitted into the air from ships pose a threat to living things?
Why is it important to protect the marine environment?
Why is compliance with MARPOL Regulations important (mark all that apply)
True or False: The first step to reporting a non-compliance issue onboard ship is to call the US Coast Guard.
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If you read through the MARPOL: Operation Compliance Program, was it helpful in your understanding of MARPOL regulations and the marine environment?
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