CSCS Emergency Procedures and First Aid Mock Test

Written By: Ryan - Admin
Updated on: April 24, 2023

Need to brush up on your CSCS Emergency Procedures and First Aid questions? You have come to the right place. In this exam, there are 48 questions on this subject to help you pass and gain your CSCS Card.

In order to pass for CSCS test your will need to get at least 45/50 questions in your exam on a wide range of subjects. These mini exams are designed to test your knowledge of CSCS Emergency Procedures and First Aid.

In this mock test, we have provided the latest 25 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.

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.

Emergency Procedures and First Aid Questions

1. Someone has got a nail in their foot You are not a first aider You must not pull out the nail because:

Question 1 of 50

2. You will find out about emergency assembly points from:

Question 2 of 50

3. If someone is in contact with a live cable, what should you do first?

Question 3 of 50

4. What should the worker be provided with if a survey on a remote, unoccupied site needs to be carried out?

Question 4 of 50

5. What must a travelling first-aid kit not contain?

Question 5 of 50

6. When would you expect eyewash bottles to be provided?

Question 6 of 50

7. What is the first thing you should do if you find an injured person?

Question 7 of 50

8. Someone gets a large splinter in their hand It is deep under the skin and it hurts What should you do?

Question 8 of 50

9. If you cut your finger and it won’t stop bleeding, you should:

Question 9 of 50

10. When an employer’s first aid needs assessment indicates that a first aider is unnecessary, the minimum requirement is to ensure that there is an appointed person. Which of the following should an appointed person carry out?

Question 10 of 50

11. How should site-based staff and visitors be informed of the location of first-aid facilities on site?

Question 11 of 50

12. What should you do first if you find an injured person?

Question 12 of 50

13. If there is an emergency while you are on site, what should you do first?

Question 13 of 50

14. If someone collapses with stomach pain and there is no first aider on site, what should you do first?

Question 14 of 50

15. If someone has fallen from height and has no feeling in their legs, what should you do?

Question 15 of 50

16. If someone gets some grit in their eye, the best thing you can do is:

Question 16 of 50

17. If someone is in contact with a live cable the best thing you can do is:

Question 17 of 50

18. Where must an emergency route or routes ensure safe access to?

Question 18 of 50

19. What is the one thing a first aider CANNOT do for you?

Question 19 of 50

20. Someone working in a deep manhole has collapsed What is the first thing you should do?

Question 20 of 50

21. If you think someone has broken their leg, what should you do?

Question 21 of 50

22. Someone has fallen from height and has no feeling in their legs You should:

Question 22 of 50

23. How can you see for yourself that attention has been given to simple emergency procedures on site?

Question 23 of 50

24. How should workers find out what to do if they are injured on site?

Question 24 of 50

25. Which one of the following signs would indicate the location of an automated external defibrillator (AED)?

Question 25 of 50

26. If you think someone has a broken leg you should:

Question 26 of 50

27. How should workers find out what to do if they are injured on site?

Question 27 of 50

28. How should site visitors be informed of what to do in the event of an on-site emergency?

Question 28 of 50

29. If you are not trained in first aid, and someone is knocked unconscious, what should you do first?

Question 29 of 50

30. If you cut your finger and it won’t stop bleeding, what should you do?

Question 30 of 50

31. What does this sign mean? Emergency Eyewash Station

Question 31 of 50

32. If someone falls and is knocked unconscious, you should first:

Question 32 of 50

33. How should you be informed about what to do in an emergency? Give TWO answers

Question 33 of 50

34. Does your employer have to provide a first-aid box?

Question 34 of 50

35. When would you expect eyewash bottles to be provided?

Question 35 of 50

36. The first-aid box on site is always empty What should you do?

Question 36 of 50

37. Someone collapses with stomach pain and there is no first aider on site What should you do first?

Question 37 of 50

38. What is the one thing a first aider cannot do?

Question 38 of 50

39. If you want to be a first aider, you should:

Question 39 of 50

40. If there is an emergency while you are on site you should first:

Question 40 of 50

41. What does this sign mean? First Aid

Question 41 of 50

42. Which two of the following factors must be considered when providing first-aid facilities on site?

Question 42 of 50

43. When should an automated external defibrillator (AED) be used?

Question 43 of 50

44. How should workers find out what to do if they are injured on site?

Question 44 of 50

45. How should you be informed about emergency assembly points?

Question 45 of 50

46. A first-aid box should NOT contain:

Question 46 of 50

47. Do those in charge of sites have to provide a first-aid kit?

Question 47 of 50

48. If someone burns their hand the best thing you can do is:

Question 48 of 50

49. How should workers be informed about what to do in an emergency? Give two answers.

Question 49 of 50

50. If someone working in a deep inspection chamber has collapsed, what should you do first?

Question 50 of 50


 

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6 comments on “CSCS Emergency Procedures and First Aid Mock Test”

  1. I' am doing well with questions involving in emergency procedures and first aid operatives scoring 19/23, but the actual tests of Health, Safety, environmental and operative tests are going to be different from the CSCS Mock tests of 50 questions. I have always failed that actual tests scoring 88% meaning I got 44/50 correct, but I needed only to score one more correct answer then I would have scored at least 45 correct answers meaning I passed then days later receive the actual CSCS card right away then it would qualify myself in gaining employment in an actual building construction working scheme doing some contract for 5 years doing any type of various jobs. But my actual exam test is Tomorrow at 1:45pm at the Southgate College doing the Health, Safety, Environmental and Operative Tests, hoping to pass!

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