As of April 2012, a new section termed “Respiratory Risks” was added to the CSCS Health and Safety Test. Just like the CSCS practice test below, you will have to answer a series of multiple-choice questions. This section focuses on highlighting how simple everyday tasks can affect your respiratory system in the long term if safety procedures are not followed.
Cutting, drilling, sanding and other everyday tasks can create dust which if inhaled can lead to serious long-term health problems, these problems are irreversible and can be life-threatening so you must show that you have sufficient knowledge of how to protect yourself, your colleagues, and the general public from these types of hazards.
This CSCS practice exam consists of 14 multiple-choice questions similar to the ones you’ll have to answer in your real test; you will be required to answer all questions in this mock exam before you can get your score. All these questions along with their answers can be found here for those who would like to read the questions and answers before attempting this CSCS card practice test.