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Chief Engineer :
- He must be holding a steam or motor first-class certificate.
- He is the head of engine department.
- He is responsible for the management of engineers and personnel of the engine department.
- He supervises all the work appertaining to the engine room and auxiliaries.
Second Engineer :
- Must hold a second-class certificate.
- He is responsible for the engine room & deck machinery maintenance.
- Normally keeps a sea watch.
- He is responsible for the maintenance of Engine room, deck and other Machinery.
Third Engineer :
- Requires Qualifications.
- He is a watch keeping engineer.
Fourth Engineer :
- follow the orders of chief engineer
- He is responsible for sea watch
Junior Engineer :
Engineering Cadet :
Electronic engineer (Chief electrician) :
- Must hold an electronic engineer certificate
- He works for the upkeep, maintenance and repair of all electronic equipment.
Refrigeration Engineer :
Pump man :
Engine storekeeper :
Donke- man :
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