CSCS Manual Handling Questions For Operatives

Written By: Ryan - Admin
Updated on: February 15, 2023

In Section B: Occupational health of the core knowledge questions for the CSCS Test for Operatives, you will need to have an understanding of manual handling, common health issues on site and how you can avoid them.

We have created this CSCS mock test below with 20 questions on the subject of manual handling to help you pass your CSCS Card Test the first time.

Good Luck!

CSCS Manual Handling Questions

1. You are using a trolley to move a heavy load a long distance and a wheel comes off. What should you do?

Question 1 of 20

2. You need to reach above your head and lower a load to the floor. Which of these is NOT true?

Question 2 of 20

3. You need to move a load that might be too heavy for you. What should you do?

Question 3 of 20

4. If you wear a back support belt when lifting:

Question 4 of 20

5. You need to lift a load that is not heavy, but it is so big that you cannot see in front of you. What should you do?

Question 5 of 20

6. If you have to twist or turn your body when you lift and place a load, it means:

Question 6 of 20

7. Under the regulations for manual handling , all workers must:

Question 7 of 20

8. You have to move a load that might be too heavy for you. You cannot divide it into smaller parts and there is no-one to help you. What should you do?

Question 8 of 20

9. You are using a wheelbarrow to move a heavy load. Is this ?

Question 9 of 20

10. You have been told how to lift a heavy load, but you think there is a better way to do it. What should you do?

Question 10 of 20

11. To lift a load safely you need to think about:

Question 11 of 20

12. You need to lift a load from the floor. You should stand with your:

Question 12 of 20

13. Your new job involves some manual handling. An old injury means that you have a weak back. What should you do?

Question 13 of 20

14. Who should be involved in creating the safe system of work for your ?

Question 14 of 20

15. You have to carry a load down a steep slope. What should you do?

Question 15 of 20

16. Which part of your body is most likely to be injured if you lift heavy loads?

Question 16 of 20

17. You have to lift a heavy load. What must your employer do?

Question 17 of 20

18. You have to move a load while you are sitting, not standing. How much can you lift safely?

Question 18 of 20

19. Before you lift a heavy load you should always try to:

Question 19 of 20

20. You need to move a load that is heavier on one side than the other. How should you pick it up?

Question 20 of 20


 

What is manual handling training?

Manual handling training is a type of training that teaches individuals how to safely lift, carry, and move objects in the workplace. The training covers a range of topics, including:

  • The risks and hazards associated with manual handling
  • How to assess the weight and size of an object before lifting it
  • The proper lifting techniques and body mechanics to use when handling objects
  • How to use mechanical aids, such as trolleys and hoists, to assist with lifting and moving objects
  • How to identify and avoid common hazards and injuries associated with manual handling

Manual handling training is typically provided to employees who are required to perform manual handling tasks as part of their job. The training can help reduce the risk of injuries and accidents related to manual handling, and can also improve workplace efficiency and productivity.

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