CSCS Site Transport Safety and Lifting Operations Questions for Managers and Professionals

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Updated on: February 16, 2023

Welcome to this free mock on Site Transport Safety and Lifting Operations for Managers and Professionals. We have created a set of questions on this subject to help you pass your CSCS Test for the Managers and Professionals card, and this subject is part of the core knowledge questions.

If you want to work on a construction site, then you will need to have good knowledge about this subject as you will be asked questions on them in the real exam.

In this mock test, we have provided the latest 29 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.

CSCS Site Transport Safety and Lifting Operations Questions for Managers and Professionals Questions

1. While observing an excavator digging a trial pit you notice that liquid is dripping and forming a small pool under the back of the machine. What could this mean?
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2. Which of the following, by itself, provides the best solution for reducing risks related to site transport and access?
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3. Details of the traffic management plan should be included in which two of the following places?
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4. A truck has to tip materials into a trench. Who should give signals to the truck driver?
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5. A crane has to do a difficult lift. The signaller asks you to help, but you are not trained in recognised hand signals. What should you do?
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6. You notice a build-up of diesel fumes in the area of the site that you are visiting. What should you do?
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7. What is the correct procedure for using a tower crane to offload a lorry?
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8. You need to walk past someone using a mobile crane. What should you do?
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9. When you walk across the site, what is the best way to avoid an accident with mobile plant?
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10. When is a site vehicle most likely to injure pedestrians?
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11. The easiest way to the place you want to be on site is through a contractor’s vehicle compound. Which route should you take?
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12. How can a contractor ensure that the sequence of operations to enable a lift to be carried out safely is in place?
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13. Which two of the following conditions would you expect a site manager to apply in order to manage the risk of site staff operating plant?
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14. How can the likelihood of pedestrian injury be reduced? Select two answers.
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15. A. You see a mobile crane lifting a load that is about to hit something. What should you do?
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16. When is site transport allowed to drive along a pedestrian route?
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17. How should workers be told about the site traffic rules?
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18. Which of these represents poor site management in relation to site transport?
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19. Which of the following is the best risk control measure with regard to site vehicles reversing?
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20. Which of the following represents good site management on the public road approaching a site?
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21. You are walking across the site. A large mobile crane reverses across your path. What should you do?
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22. You think a load is about to fall from a moving forklift truck. What should you do?
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23. When can a mobile plant operator let people ride in, or on, the machine?
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24. How would you expect a well-organised site to keep pedestrians away from traffic routes?
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25. A forklift truck is blocking the way to where you want to go on site. It is lifting materials onto a scaffold. What should you do?
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26. What should you do if you see a dumper being driven too fast?
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27. What should all lifting equipment and accessories be?
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28. You need to walk past a 360° mobile crane. The crane is operating near a wall. What is the main danger?
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29. Which of the following is the most effective way of preventing pedestrians being struck by site vehicles?
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