CSCS Noise and Vibration Mock Test for Operatives

Written By: Ryan - Admin
Updated on: February 20, 2023

The mock test questions below will cover all the questions related to noise and vibration, these are core knowledge questions you will have to answer in your operatives exam. If you would like to practice a full 50 question CSCS mock test click here.

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CSCS Mock Test Noise & Vibration Questions

1. If you have to use a vibrating tool, what would you expect your supervisor to do?

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2. If you wear hearing protection, it will:

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3. How can noise affect your health? Give TWO answers

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4. As a rule of thumb noise levels may be a problem if you have to shout to be clearly heard by someone who is standing:

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5. Noise can damage your hearing What is an early sign of this?

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6. What are THREE early signs of vibration white finger or hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)?

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7. Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) can cause:

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8. Why is vibration a serious health issue?

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9. After working with noisy equipment you have a ‘ringing’ sound in your ears What does this mean?

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10. You need to wear ear defenders but an ear pad is missing from one of the shells What should you do?

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11. Noise over a long time can damage your hearing Can this damage be reversed?

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12. What is vibration white finger or hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS)?

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13. If you have to work in a 'hearing protection zone', you must:

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14. If you need to wear disposable ear plugs how should you insert them so they protect your hearing from damage?

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15. TWO recommended ways to protect your hearing are by using:

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16. Someone near you is using noisy equipment and you have no hearing protection What should you do?

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17. Which of these is most likely to cause vibration white finger?

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18. If you need to use a vibrating tool, even for a short time, how can you help reduce the risk of hand-arm vibration?

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19. If you have to use a vibrating tool, how can you help reduce the effects of hand-arm vibration?

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20. You have been using a vibrating tool The end of your fingers are starting to tingle What does this mean?

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21. You think the noise at work may have damaged your hearing What should you do?

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22. You are likely to suffer LESS from hand-arm vibration if you are:

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