CSCS Mock Test 2024 – (100 multiple choice questions)

The CSCS mock test 2024 below features 100 multiple-choice questions and answers to help you practice and prepare for your Health, Safety and Environment Test in 2024. These 100 questions will cover all 16 sections of the core knowledge questions you’re likely to face.

There will be no time limit, so take your time and go through each question carefully. Also, let us know in the comments section how you got on. Was it easy? Was it difficult? Share your thoughts on this CSCS mock test 2024 below. Good luck!!!

1. You have to carry out a job that requires flammable liquid, how much flammable liquid should you take from the stores?

Question 1 of 100

2. What should you do if another contractor is carrying out work which affects your safety?

Question 2 of 100

3. What should you do if you discover a quicker, but different way of working as described in the method statement?

Question 3 of 100

4. What does this sign mean?

Question 4 of 100

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

Question 5 of 100

6. RIDDOR is a health and safety term related to:

Question 6 of 100

7. Two of the main topics covered in a site induction are: (Choose 2 answers)

Question 7 of 100

8. Which of the following could help you to protect the environment while you are working?

Question 8 of 100

9. When should you report a health and safety concern to your supervisor?

Question 9 of 100

10. What does the term PAT mean?

Question 10 of 100

11. How would you know if you need a permit to work before starting a job?

Question 11 of 100

12. According to the fire triangle, what 3 factors must be present for a fire to start? (Choose 3 answers)

Question 12 of 100

13. What is the main advantage of using battery-powered tools instead of electrical ones?

Question 13 of 100

14. Which of these is most likely to cause hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)?

Question 14 of 100

15. Information regarding site traffic rules are usually ___.

Question 15 of 100

16. What should you do if you think that loud noises at work has damaged your hearing?

Question 16 of 100

17. What should you do if you’re attending a site induction and the presenter says something you don’t understand?

Question 17 of 100

18. What should you do if you doctor says you have work-related hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)?

Question 18 of 100

19. What does this sign mean?

Question 19 of 100

20. What should you do if you’re using an electric hand tool and it suddenly cuts out?

Question 20 of 100

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

Question 21 of 100

22. How can you reverse hearing damage that was caused by long-term noise exposure?

Question 22 of 100

23. What should you do before adjusting an electric hand tool?

Question 23 of 100

24. What are three early signs of hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)? (Choose 3 answers)

Question 24 of 100

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

Question 25 of 100

26. What should you do if you realize you cannot carry out a job as described in the method statement?

Question 26 of 100

27. If a worker is uncomfortable climbing to a certain height on a specific type of ladder, he or she should:

Question 27 of 100

28. The responsibility of managing health and safety on a construction site belongs to:

Question 28 of 100

29. Which voltage can cause sever injury or death?

Question 29 of 100

30. Which of the following should risk assessments identify?

Question 30 of 100

31. When are the rules regarding health and safety normally discussed?

Question 31 of 100

32. Which of these best describes a “tool box talk”?

Question 32 of 100

33. If a site vehicle is driving well above the speed limit on site, you should ___.

Question 33 of 100

34. What does this sign mean?

Question 34 of 100

35. Before using a power tool, you should carry out a visual inspection, what are the 2 main things you should look for? (Choose 2 answers)

Question 35 of 100

36. What health problem is associated with using hand-held vibrating tools?

Question 36 of 100

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

Question 37 of 100

38. What should you do if there’s a fire on-site and the designated fire warden has given instructions?

Question 38 of 100

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

Question 39 of 100

40. What type of fire extinguisher should be used on a fuel-based fire?

Question 40 of 100

41. What does it mean if your entire work-site has been given a prohibition notice?

Question 41 of 100

42. What is the first thing you should do if you notice diesel spilling onto the ground while a colleague is refuelling an excavator?

Question 42 of 100

43. What is the first thing you should do if you discover a fire on-site?

Question 43 of 100

44. Why does a work environment need to be kept clean?

Question 44 of 100

45. You’re about to carry out a job which requires a hot-work permit, you must ensure____. (Choose 2 answers)

Question 45 of 100

46. You have to work in a corridor which happens to be a fire escape route, you must ensure that_________.

Question 46 of 100

47. What do fire extinguishers with a Red colour band contain?

Question 47 of 100

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

Question 48 of 100

49. When using a ladder you should always enure that you have at least ____ points of contact.

Question 49 of 100

50. Disposable ear plugs are essential when working in loud environments. How many times should you wear disposable ear plugs?

Question 50 of 100

51. What do fire extinguishers with a Black colour band contain?

Question 51 of 100

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

Question 52 of 100

53. For safety purposes, what is the optimal ladder angle when placed against the wall from the ground?

Question 53 of 100

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

Question 54 of 100

55. What should you do if you need to use a power tool and the guard is missing?

Question 55 of 100

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

Question 56 of 100

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

Question 57 of 100

58. What is the primary reason that employees must report any and all accidents that occur on the job site?

Question 58 of 100

59. Which of these items would NOT need to undergo a PAT test in the workplace?

Question 59 of 100

60. All of the following statements about manual handling are true EXCEPT:  (Choose 2 answers)

Question 60 of 100

61. Serious accidents should be reported to:

Question 61 of 100

62. Building sites usually use a 110-volt electricity supply instead of a 230-volt supply because ___.

Question 62 of 100

63. Besides a CO2 fire extinguisher, which of these should you use to tackle electrical fires?

Question 63 of 100

64. What does the signal below mean?

Question 64 of 100

65. A residual current device (RCD) should be used with 230v tools because ___.

Question 65 of 100

66. What should you do if you need to lift a load which blocks your front view?

Question 66 of 100

67. What type of pollution do hand-held power tools contribute to?

Question 67 of 100

68. What does this sign mean?

Question 68 of 100

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

Question 69 of 100

70. Battery-powered tools are usually preferred in a construction environment over their electrical counterparts because ___.

Question 70 of 100

71. Green safety signs signify:

Question 71 of 100

72. What does this sign mean?

Question 72 of 100

73. What should you do if you are witness to an accident on site?

Question 73 of 100

74. Which of these is NOT normally included in the general site rules?

Question 74 of 100

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

Question 75 of 100

76. What should you do if a load is too heavy for you to move on your own, there are no colleagues around to help you, and the load cannot be divided into smaller parts?

Question 76 of 100

77. What should you do if you’re unclear about a particular topic discussed during your site induction?

Question 77 of 100

78. What procedure should you follow if you’re refuelling a dumper and accidentally spill a large amount of petrol?

Question 78 of 100

79. A co-worker is dizzy and complains of feeling faint, what should you do?

Question 79 of 100

80. What is the first thing you as a worker should do when you first arrive on site?

Question 80 of 100

81. When referring to ladders, which out of these four statements is NOT true?

Question 81 of 100

82. Maintaining a clean working environment helps to: (choose 3 answers)

Question 82 of 100

83. What does this sign mean?

Question 83 of 100

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

Question 84 of 100

85. Which of these should NOT be used on electrical fires? (Choose 2 answers)

Question 85 of 100

86. Who is responsible for reporting unsafe working conditions on a building site?

Question 86 of 100

87. What must do when working in a hearing protection zone?

Question 87 of 100

88. What is the main purpose of a fire extinguisher?

Question 88 of 100

89. What is considered a safe voltage when using electrical equipment on a construction site?

Question 89 of 100

90. What should you do if you are working and your helmet gets damaged?

Question 90 of 100

91. The nozzle of a CO2 fire extinguisher is well known for becoming ___ after use.

Question 91 of 100

92. The Main reason for carrying out an accident investigation is to:

Question 92 of 100

93. All of the following are true about ladders EXCEPT: (choose 2 answers)

Question 93 of 100

94. Blue and white health and safety signs mean:

Question 94 of 100

95. What does this sign mean?

Question 95 of 100

96. What should you do if you’re refuelling a piece of equipment and accidentally spill a large amount of fuel on your clothes?

Question 96 of 100

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

Question 97 of 100

98. If you have to work alone you might be asked to ______.

Question 98 of 100

99. What should you do if you have to work near an electric cable which has exposed wires?

Question 99 of 100

100. What should you do if you’re working in a deep trench and you start to feel dizzy?

Question 100 of 100


 

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