CSCS Health and Safety Testby admin on May 15th, 2012 in CSCS Mock Test | 51 Comments
CSCS Health and Safety Test Questions
Passing the CSCS health and safety test or what is now known as the health, safety and environment test is the first step towards acquiring your CSCS card. Having a CSCS card is one of the most important qualification a construction worker in the UK can have, it’s so important that almost all construction companies make their workers take the CSCS health and safety test before they would even consider giving them a job.
Workers are not the only ones required to have a CSCS card onsite, visitors that are regularly onsite will also need to have a valid CSCS card. They too will need to take the health safety and environment test for operatives to get their yellow CSCS card. The test will last for 45 minutes in which they’ll have to answers 50 multiple choice questions and they’ll have to score at least 37 out of 50 for the operatives test before they can pass and apply for their CSCS card.
The main objective of the CSCS health and safety test is to reduce the number of onsite accidents by educating workers on how to carry out their jobs in the safest way possible, the test itself consists of 50 questions that are based on different aspects of health and safety in the construction industry. Here are a few questions to help you practice for your CSCS health and safety test.
1. Site inductions should be attended by?
a. Supervisors only
b. Everyone who will be onsite
c. Managers only
d. Short term visitors only
2. Being exposed to engine oil can cause?
a. Hearing problems
b. Skin problems
c. Lung cancer
d. Temporary loss of breath
3. Which of these are common causes of accidents on a construction work site?
a. Slips, trips and falls
b. Falling from height
c. Inhaling hazardous substances
d. All of the above
4. For maximum safety disposable masks should be discarded after?
a. 6 days
b. 2 weeks
c. 1 day or 1 shift
d. 3 days
5. Besides hearing loss what can excessive noise cause?
b. Temporary blindness
c. Skin disease
d. Heart disease
6. What does this sign mean?
a. Danger fragile roof
b. Caution tripping hazards on roof
c. No entry roof unsafe
d. Danger roof incomplete
7. What does this sign mean?
a. Eye protection recommended
b. Opaque eye protection must be worn
c. Eye protection not needed beyond this point
d. Eye protection must be worn
8. What does this sign mean?
a. Hand washing area
b. Protective gloves must be worn
c. Protective gloves recommended
d. Use barrier cream
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