CSCS Site Transport Safety Practice For Operatives

Written By: Ryan - Admin
Updated on: May 7, 2024

In Section D: High risk activities of the core knowledge questions you will need to know about Site Transport Safety. So we have put together a set of 24 mock test questions on the topic.

You will need to have a good understanding of all these questions below as you will face some of these in your real CSCS Test. Please take your time and read the questions and answers fully. There is no time limit on this mock test and you can take it as many times as you want.

After you have finished the questions you will be able to see your results, and see which you got correct or wrong. Make sure you revise these fully before taking and booking your CSCS Exam.

Site Transport Safety Questions

1. You think a load is about to fall from a moving fork-lift truck. What should you do?

Question 1 of 24

2. You are walking across the site. A large mobile crane reverses across your path. What should you do?

Question 2 of 24

3. Your supervisor asks you to drive a dumper truck. You have never driven one before. What should you do?

Question 3 of 24

4. You need to walk past someone using a mobile crane. You should:

Question 4 of 24

5. A lorry is in trouble as it tries to reverse into a tight space. You have not been trained as a signaller. What should you do?

Question 5 of 24

6. An excavator has just stopped work. Liquid is dripping and forming a small pool under the back of the machine. What could this mean?

Question 6 of 24

7. You see a mobile crane lifting a load. The load is about to hit something. What should you do?

Question 7 of 24

8. You see a lorry parking. It has a flat tyre. Why should you tell the driver?

Question 8 of 24

9. A mobile plant operator can let people ride in or on the machine:

Question 9 of 24

10. The quickest way to your work area is through a contractor’s vehicle compound Which way should you go?

Question 10 of 24

11. What do you need before you can supervise any lift using a crane?

Question 11 of 24

12. You must not walk behind a lorry when it is reversing because:

Question 12 of 24

13. You need to walk past a 360° mobile crane. The crane is operating near a wall. What is the main danger?

Question 13 of 24

14. How would you expect to be told about the site traffic rules?

Question 14 of 24

15. A site vehicle is most likely to injure pedestrians when it is:

Question 15 of 24

16. A fork-lift truck is blocking the way to where you want to go on site. It is lifting materials onto a scaffold. What should you do?

Question 16 of 24

17. You see a driver refuelling an excavator. Most of the diesel is spilling onto the ground. What is the first thing you should do?

Question 17 of 24

18. If you see a dumper being driven too fast you should:

Question 18 of 24

19. You think some mobile plant is operating too close to where you have to work. What should you do first?

Question 19 of 24

20. How would you expect a well-organised site to keep pedestrians away from traffic routes?

Question 20 of 24

21. What are the TWO conditions for being able to operate plant on site?

Question 21 of 24

22. Which of these would you NOT expect to see if site transport is well organised?

Question 22 of 24

23. When you walk across the site, what is the best way to avoid an accident with mobile plant?

Question 23 of 24

24. When is site transport allowed to drive along a pedestrian route?

Question 24 of 24


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