CSCS Card Mock Test – Site Transport and Lifting Operations

This CSCS card mock test covers questions you can expect from the site transport and lifting operations section of the CSCS card test for operatives. As normal, these questions will be added to our CSCS test questions bank here. Don’t forget to like, share, or comment if you found this CSCS card mock test useful. Good luck!!!

1. Information regarding site traffic rules are usually ___.

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2. What is the most common way of keeping traffic routes free from pedestrians?

Question 2 of 20

3. Who should a signaller be in contact with at all times while giving signals?

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4. You see a lorry parking and notice it has a flat tyre; you should tell the driver because ____.

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5. If a site vehicle is driving well above the speed limit on site, you should____.

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6. What is the best way to avoid an accident with site traffic if you need to walk across the site?

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7. What does the signal below mean?

Question 7 of 20

8. Pedestrians are most likely to get injured by a vehicle on site when the vehicle is___.

Question 8 of 20

9. Before you can operate a plant on site you must be ___. (Choose 2 answers)

Question 9 of 20

10. Which of these could be used as a safety precaution if a vehicle has to tip materials into an excavation?

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11. Which of these could help a signaller stay safe while carrying out their job?

Question 11 of 20

12. What should you do if your supervisor asks you to operate a dump truck but you’ve never actually driven one before?

Question 12 of 20

13. What should you do if you think a load is going to fall from a moving vehicle?

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14. If someone is using a mobile crane and you need to get pass, you should___.

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15. What should you do if you notice a mobile crane about to hit something while lifting a load?

Question 15 of 20

16. Which of these could be used to verify that a signaller is trained and competent?

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17. What should you do if you see a mobile plant using a route designated for pedestrians?

Question 17 of 20

18. What should you do if a vehicle is lifting materials and you need to walk under the load to get to your place of work?

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19. You should not walk behind a lorry while it is reversing because_____.

Question 19 of 20

20. What is the MAIN danger when walking next to a 360° crane that’s working near a wall?

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