Accident Reporting and Recording For Operatives

Need to practice on accident reporting and recording for your CSCS Test for Operatives, we’ve got you cover.

Below is 27 example practice questions to help you study for passing your CSCS exam.

Accident Reporting and Recording For Operatives Questions

1. While working on site you get a small cut on one of your fingers What should you do?

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2. What is the MAIN objective of carrying out an accident investigation?

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3. When must you record an accident in the accident book?

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4. You have suffered an injury caused by an accident at work and as a result you are absent for more than seven days Which TWO of the following actions MUST be taken?

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5. Your doctor tells you that you have hand-arm vibration syndrome possibly caused through work What should you do?

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6. Why is it important to report near miss incidents on site?

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7. In an emergency you should:

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8. You suffer an injury at work and the details are recorded into the accident book What MUST happen to this accident record?

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9. Accidents causing any injury should always be recorded in the:

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10. Which TWO of the following items are NOT recorded in an accident book?

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11. If you have a minor accident, who should report it?

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12. If your doctor says that you have Weil's disease (leptospirosis), contracted when on site, why do you need to tell your employer?

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13. Which TWO of the following will help you find out about the site emergency procedures and emergency telephone numbers?

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14. A scaffold has collapsed and you saw it happen When you are asked about the accident, you should say:

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15. Which type of accidents should be recorded in the accident book?

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16. If someone is injured at work, who should record it in the accident book?

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17. Who must you report a serious accident to?

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18. You receive an injury from an accident at work When should you report it?

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19. Why is it important to report all accidents?

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20. You have witnessed a serious accident on your site and are to be interviewed by a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) inspector Should you:

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21. Which of these does NOT have to be recorded in the accident book?

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22. You have witnessed a serious accident on your site Should you:

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23. When must an accident be recorded in the site's accident book?

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24. You are involved in an incident on site that was dangerous but no-one was injured Who must you report this 'dangerous occurrence' to?

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25. Why should you report an accident?

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26. In an emergency an 'assembly point' is the:

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27. An entry must be made in the accident book when:

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