Returning on or after 1800 Welcome to your Returning on or after 1800 Quiz. You should answer all the questions in this quiz by selecting the MOST correct answer. Once completed, you can submit the quiz for marking. The results will be emailed to you. This can be used to confirm your participation in the training module. Name Email for Results A vessel with at ETR of 1800 fails to call in. What action should you take?Advise CommodoreAdvise URCAll are oppropriateAdvise Radio OfficerWhen should you follow the Overdue Vessel Procedure?At the End of your Watch.When you are concerned for the vessel safety30 Minutes after the ETR has passedAs soon as the ETR has passedIf a vessel wishes to stay over night you should ...Place them on the LTL and ask for an ETRAll are appropriateSuggest they make contact at 1745 for a SITREPAdvise that we close at 1800Provide them we our 24/7 emergency hotlineWhen should a radio operator attempt contact?After 30 minutes when ETR is passedAs soon as you are concerned for their safetyAs soon as ETR has passedAbout 15 minutes after ETR has passedWhen should you provide a vessel with our 24/7 emergency hotline number?NeverWhen they are in difficultyIf the ETR is after 1800When ever they askIf you can not contact an overdue vessel, you should contact nearby stations (Redcliffe, Caloundra, Mooloolaba) to see if they have received a call.FalseTrueA vessel radios up requesting to log in. What is the first thing you do?Click ADD to bring up vesselRecord the Call Sign on paper or in G-Log before respondingEnter the details on G-LogRespond to the callWhat is our 24/7 hotline number?0001800 3408759691107 3408 7596When is a vessel "officially" overdue?When the ETR has passed15 minutes after ETRDepends on conditions30 minutes after ETRYour afternoon shift has ended. A vessel with an ETR of 1800 has not returned. What is your course of action? All are appropriateCall the mobile phone provided at LOG ONCall Water PoliceAdvise URC, Radio Officer and CommodoreTime is Up!