CSCS Respiratory Risks For Operatives Mock Test

Written By: Ryan - Admin
Updated on: February 17, 2023

Here are 21 questions that you might face in your CSCS Exam to gain your CSCS Card. You will need to know about respiratory risks. All the questions are multiple choice, and you do not have a time limit to finish these questions here. So take your time and revise well. Good Luck!

Respiratory Risks CSCS Mock Test for Operatives

1. Exposure to which of the following may NOT result in lung disease?

Question 1 of 21

2. If you use a power tool to cut or grind materials, why must the dust be collected and not get into the air?

Question 2 of 21

3. What is the biggest cause of long-term health issues in the construction industry?

Question 3 of 21

4. Generally speaking how long can you use the same disposable mask for?

Question 4 of 21

5. You are using water as part of dust control and run out. Should you:

Question 5 of 21

6. You need to use a power tool to cut or grind materials. Give TWO ways to control the dust from getting into the air.

Question 6 of 21

7. You have been asked to do some work that will create dust. What should you do?

Question 7 of 21

8. Which of the following do you need to do to ensure that your mask works?

Question 8 of 21

9. If using on-tool extraction to control dust from a power tool it is important to check that:

Question 9 of 21

10. When using power tools it is important to:

Question 10 of 21

11. When drilling, cutting, sanding or grinding what is the best way to protect your long term health from harmful dust?

Question 11 of 21

12. You have been given a dust mask to protect you against hazardous fumes. What should you do?

Question 12 of 21

13. You have finished your work and need to sweep up the dust created. What should you do?

Question 13 of 21

14. The high levels of solvents in some paints and resins can cause:

Question 14 of 21

15. Occupational asthma can stop you working again with certain substances. It is caused by:

Question 15 of 21

16. When drilling, cutting, sanding or grinding you can breathe in high levels of harmful dust. These levels are likely to be highest when working:

Question 16 of 21

17. There are many kinds of dust and fumes at work. Breathing them in over time can cause you to develop:

Question 17 of 21

18. Which of these activities does NOT create silica dust, which is harmful if breathed in?

Question 18 of 21

19. Pigeon droppings and nests, which can be hazardous to your health, are found in an area where you are required to work. You should:

Question 19 of 21

20. You need special respiratory protective equipment (RPE) to handle a chemical. None has been provided. What should you do?

Question 20 of 21

21. When using water to keep dust down when cutting you must ensure:

Question 21 of 21


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