CSCS Accident Reporting and Recording Mock Test

Written By: Ryan - Admin
Updated on: May 18, 2024

Welcome to this free mock test on CSCS Accident reporting and recording. We have created a set of questions on this subject to help you pass your CSCS card Test, this subject is part of the core knowledge questions.

If you want to work on a construction site then you will need to have good knowledge about this subject as you will be asked questions on them in the real exam.

In this mock test, we have provided the latest 47 questions you might be asked when sitting your real CSCS Test. In order to pass your managers and professionals test you will need to score at least 46 out of 50 correct answers in 45 minutes, or 45 out of 50 if for the operatives test.

There is no pass mark on this mini-test, so please keep using it until you know all of the questions from memory. Good Luck! Click here if you would like to site a full 50 question simulation Managers and Professionals mock test. You can find more practice exams over here.

Need to practice on accident reporting and recording for your CSCS Test for Operatives, we've got you cover.

Below is 47 example practice questions to help you study for passing your CSCS Exam.

Accident Reporting and Recording Mock Questions

1. Why is it important to report all accidents?

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2. Which of the following is the least important reason for recording all accidents?

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3. You receive an injury from an accident at work When should you report it?

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4. Which of the following statements about recording accidents is true?

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5. When must you record an accident in the accident book?

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6. Accidents causing any injury should always be recorded in the:

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7. Historically which type of accident kills the most construction workers?

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8. Which of these does not have to be recorded in the accident book?

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9. When must you record an accident in the accident book?

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10. You when leaving a site you have been visiting you noticed that a contractor is working in an unsafe manner. What should you do?

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11. What is a near miss?

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12. In an emergency you should:

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13. If someone is injured at work, who should record it in the accident book?

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14. A scaffold has collapsed and you saw it happen When you are asked about the accident, you should say:

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15. Which TWO of the following items are NOT recorded in an accident book?

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16. A scaffold has collapsed and you saw it happen. What should you say when you are asked about the accident?

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17. A member of the public has been injured by work activities and taken to hospital for treatment. What should happen next?

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18. You have witnessed a serious accident on your site Should you:

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19. Which is the most important reason for keeping a working area on a construction site clean and tidy?

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20. While working on site you get a small cut on one of your fingers What should you do?

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21. If someone is injured at work, who should record it in the accident book?

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22. Why should you report an accident?

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23. Which TWO of the following will help you find out about the site emergency procedures and emergency telephone numbers?

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24. Which type of accidents should be recorded in the accident book?

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25. How can you help to prevent accidents?

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26. An entry must be made in the accident book when:

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27. In an emergency an 'assembly point' is the:

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28. Who must you report a serious accident to?

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29. You are involved in an incident on site that was dangerous but no-one was injured Who must you report this 'dangerous occurrence' to?

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30. You have witnessed a serious accident on your site and are to be interviewed by a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspector Should you:

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31. If your doctor says that you contracted Weil's disease on-site, why do you need to tell the employer?

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32. What is the MAIN objective of carrying out an accident investigation?

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33. If you have a minor accident, who is responsible for making sure it is report it?

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34. When are people, who are working on or visiting construction sites, most likely to have an accident?

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35. Who must be legally notified of a death, specified injury, dangerous occurrence or over 7-day injury on a site?

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36. Why is it important to report near miss incidents on site?

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37. You suffer an injury at work and the details are recorded into the accident book What MUST happen to this accident record?

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38. An excavator on site has overturned but no one was injured. What must have a next?

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39. Your doctor tells you that you have hand-arm vibration syndrome possibly caused through work What should you do?

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40. When must an accident be recorded in the site's accident book?

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41. Why is it important for all workers to attend site induction?

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42. If you have a minor accident, who should report it?

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43. You have suffered an injury caused by an accident at work and as a result you are absent for more than seven days Which TWO of the following actions MUST be taken?

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44. While on site you'll see a contractor working in a way that presents and a danger to yourself and others around you. What should you do immediately?

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45. Which of these does NOT have to be recorded in the accident book?

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46. Why is it important to report near miss incident on site?

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47. If your doctor says that you have Weil's disease (leptospirosis), contracted when on site, why do you need to tell your employer?

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