CSCS General Responsibilities Questions For Operative

Written By: Ryan - Admin
Updated on: February 22, 2023

If you need to practice your General Responsibilities questions for the operative exam we have a mock test of 27 questions that you will need to know before sitting your exam.

All of these questions are ones that you will find in the real CSCS test.

1. During a site induction, which of the following TWO topics should be covered?

Question 1 of 27

2. You find that you cannot do a job as the method statement says you should What do you do?

Question 2 of 27

3. Which THREE of the following should be included in a method statement?

Question 3 of 27

4. A risk assessment identifies:

Question 4 of 27

5. After watching you work, a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspector issues an improvement notice What does this mean?

Question 5 of 27

6. Now that work on site is moving forward, the safety rules given in your site induction seem out of date What should you do?

Question 6 of 27

7. A near miss is an incident where:

Question 7 of 27

8. The Law (Health and Safety at Work Act) places legal duties on:

Question 8 of 27

9. You will often hear the word hazard mentioned What does it mean?

Question 9 of 27

10. The whole site has been issued with a prohibition notice What does this mean to you?

Question 10 of 27

11. What is a tool box talk?

Question 11 of 27

12. You can help prevent accidents by:

Question 12 of 27

13. The work of another contractor is affecting your safety You should stop work and:

Question 13 of 27

14. What is the most important reason for keeping your work area clean and tidy?

Question 14 of 27

15. You are using some equipment It has just been given a prohibition notice What does this mean?

Question 15 of 27

16. Who is responsible for reporting any unsafe conditions on site?

Question 16 of 27

17. Who should attend a site induction?

Question 17 of 27

18. It is your employer's legal responsibility to discuss matters of health and safety with you because:

Question 18 of 27

19. How would you expect to find out about site health and safety rules when you first arrive on site?

Question 19 of 27

20. As a worker you do NOT have a legal duty to:

Question 20 of 27

21. You are about to start a job How will you know if it needs a permit to work?

Question 21 of 27

22. Why is the Health and Safety at Work Act important to you? Give TWO answers

Question 22 of 27

23. What is the MAIN reason for attending a site induction?

Question 23 of 27

24. Which of these is NOT your legal duty as a worker?

Question 24 of 27

25. During site induction you do not understand something the presenter says What should you do?

Question 25 of 27

26. A permit to work allows:

Question 26 of 27

27. Who is responsible for managing health and safety on construction sites?

Question 27 of 27


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