The PSSR (Personal Safety and Social Responsibility) exit exam is a test that is given to seafarers at the end of their PSSR training to assess their knowledge and skills in personal safety and social responsibility. The PSSR is one of the basic modular courses that are required by the STCW (Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping) convention for all seafarers.
The PSSR exit exam typically consists of a combination of multiple choice and short answer questions, and covers a range of topics, including:
- Personal safety and survival at sea.
- Social responsibility and environmental protection.
- Security awareness and prevention of drug and alcohol abuse.
The specific content of the PSSR exit exam will vary depending on the training provider and the course materials used. It is important for seafarers to carefully study and review the course materials provided by their training provider in order to prepare for the exam. Successfully passing the PSSR exit exam is typically a requirement for obtaining a STCW certification.
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