CSCS Working at Height for Managers and Professionals Mock Test

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Updated on: February 12, 2023

Welcome to this free mock on Working at Height 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 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 50 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 Working at Height for Managers and Professionals Mock Test Questions

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1. In order to carry out a structural inspection a worker needs to wear a full body harness. They have never used one before. What must happen before they start work?
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2. What is the main reason for using a safety net or other soft-landing system rather than a personal fall-arrest system?
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3. While carrying out a site visit you see someone who is working above a damaged safety net system. What should you do?
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4. To ensure the safety of people who work at height, how should you regard ladders?
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5. A mobile elevating work platform (MEWP) is being used to carry out work at height. What is the only circumstance, in normal use, in which it is acceptable to lower the platform using the ground-level controls?
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6. After gaining access to the platform of a mobile tower, what is the first thing you should do?
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7. Following the hierarchy of control, which of the following is regarded as the last resort for someone’s safety when working at height?
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8. An outdoor tower scaffold has stood overnight in high winds and heavy rain. What should you ensure before the scaffold is used?
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9. What is the minimum height of the main guard-rail on a scaffold?
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10. If you are inspecting a flat roof, what is the best way to stop yourself and others from falling over the edge?
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11. As part of a feasibility study you are planning an inspection of roof trusses inside a factory building. What is the recommended maximum height for a free-standing mobile tower when used indoors?
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12. What is the maximum recommended gap between the scaffold and the structure?
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13. When using portable or pole ladders for access, what is the maximum vertical distance between landings?
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14. What is the best way to stop people falling through voids, holes or fragile roof panels?
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15. The Beaufort Scale is important when working at height externally. What does it measure?
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16. What is the best way to make sure that a ladder is secure and won’t slip?
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17. To ensure your safety and that of the site workers, what should a contractor include in a safety method statement for working at height? Give three answers.
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18. How do you identify the safe load rating for a scaffold platform?
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19. If the airbag being used for fall arrest has a controlled leak rate, what requirement must the inflation pump meet?
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20. What is the most effective method of preventing workers from falling from height while carrying out construction and maintenance work?
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21. Which statement is true if you need to use a ladder to get to a scaffold platform?
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22. If a person is going to be working on a mobile tower but will not be erecting, altering or dismantling it, what training should they have?
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23. To ensure safety when using a scaffold to carry out work at height, when must a competent person routinely inspect the scaffold?
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24. How will you know the maximum weight or number of people that can be lifted safely on a mobile elevating work platform (MEWP)?
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25. If someone is wearing a harness and fall-arrest lanyard while working at height, what else must be done?
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26. How far should a ladder extend above the stepping-off point if there is no alternative, firm handhold?
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27. Which of these statements about work at height is true?
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28. What should a worker do if a fall-restraint lanyard has damaged stitching?
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29. What is the maximum permitted gap between the guard-rails on a working platform?
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30. To ensure your safety when carrying out an inspection at height, who must erect mobile tower scaffolds?
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31. If you have to carry out an inspection at height using a cherry picker, when would you not clip yourself to the machine using a restraint lanyard?
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32. How should access be controlled, if people are working in a riser shaft?
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33. What is the main danger of leaving someone who has fallen suspended in a harness for too long?
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34. What action should be taken before using a scaffold which is secured by masonry anchor ties?
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35. Which of the following provides the public with adequate protection from falling objects?
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36. What should someone working from a cherry picker attach their lanyard to?
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37. When can someone who is not a scaffolder adapt an independent scaffold?
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38. When is it safe to use a mobile elevating work platform (MEWP) on soft ground?
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39. What should you do if you are working at height, taking site measurements, but the securing cord for a safety net is in your way?
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40. What is the minimum height of the main guard-rail on a working platform?
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41. What must edge protection be designed to do?
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42. When using a leaning ladder what should the slope or angle of the ladder be?
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43. Under the requirements of the Work at Height Regulations, what is the minimum width of a working platform?
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44. What is a common example of a fragile roof material?
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45. When is it most appropriate to use a safety harness and lanyard for working at height?
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46. A scaffold guard-rail must be removed to allow a worker to carry out a task. If the worker is not a scaffolder, can they remove the guard-rail?
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47. What does this sign mean? Fragile Roof
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48. Why is it dangerous to use inflatable airbags for fall arrest that are too big for the area to be protected?
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49. When work is being carried out above public areas what should be your first consideration?
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50. What is the maximum unprotected gap allowed between any guard-rail, toe board, barrier or other similar means of protection on a scaffold?
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3 comments on “CSCS Working at Height for Managers and Professionals Mock Test”

  1. Hey guys
    No green ticks............ when answer is wrong, How are you meant to memorise answer,
    A couple of answers are correct, Competent persons and protecting public from falling objects, No ticks
    very confusing, You must mark the answers with the green tick every time, Answered these same question 10 times
    no green tick to tell you the correct answer

    1. Great site but I have Issues with a few answers.in my mind Should be ground bearing pressure checked by competent person and suitable. Answer wants it to say chuck scaffold boards on the soft ground to use the mewp . This can’t be right unless someone has arranged design calculations and checks. If it tips over is a Riddor? The other is scaffold min width, I am likely wrong but thought it was 650-675mm 3 scaffold boards. Answers states to suit the job. Do we go to tg:20 or a bespoke design? The question is ambiguous. What if the job requires 200mm? That is too narrow, a board is 225mm alone plus tubes and fittings? Thanks for the site.

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