CSCS (JIB ) Mock Test For Plumbers

This test is for those workers who want to work in these areas:

Plumber, Heating Fitter, Mechanical Pipefitter, Apprentice, Trainee, Gas Operatives and Gas Engineers.

This free mock is for the JIB test. We have created a set of questions on this subject to help you pass your CSCS specialist Test for the plumbers.

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

In this mock test, we have provided the latest 45 questions you might be asked when sitting your real CSCS Test

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 CITB health and safety test.

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CSCS (JIB ) Mock Test For Plumbers Questions

1. Which one of the following items of PPE is designed to protect against infrared radiation damage to the eyes during flame cutting or welding?
2. The legionella bacteria that causes Legionnaires disease are most likely to be found in which of the following?
3. You are preparing to use an electric powered threading machine. Which of the following statements should apply?
4. What should you do when using a blowtorch near a flexible pipe lagging?
5. How should you install a flue liner in a existing chimney?
6. What should you do if you arrive at a job which involves using ladder access to the roof and noticed that the ladder has been painted?
7. If you are drilling a hole to receive a pipe from a radiator, when do you need to wear eye protection?
8. Which of the following statements is true?
9. When replacing electric immersion heater in a hot water storage cylinder, what should you do to make sure that the electrical supply is dead before starting plumbing work?
10. Apart from cylinders used in gas-powered forklift trucks, why should you never see LPG cylinders placed on their sides during use?
11. What should you do if you are using a blowtorch near to Timber?
12. You are drilling 100 mm diameter hole for a flue pipe through a brick wall with a large hammer drill. Which combination of personal protective equipment should you be supplied with?
13. Why is it important that operatives know the difference between propane and butane equipment?
14. If lifting a roll of code 5 sheet lead, what is the first thing you should do?
15. Which is the safest method of taking long lengths of copper pipe by Van?
16. You are asked to join plastic soil pipes in the roof space of a building using a strong smelling hazardous solvent, but you have not been provided with any respiratory protective equipment. What should you do?
17. While working, you come across a hard, white powdery material that could be asbestos. What should you do?
18. You are working in an occupied Building and have taken up 6 lengths of 3 m floor boarding when you are called away to an urgent job. what should you do?
19. What should you do if you need to move a cast iron bath, but it is too heavy to lift by yourself?
20. Where should a fire extinguisher be if you're using a blowtorch to joint copper tube and fittings in a domestic property?
21. What is the most likely risk of injury when cutting large diameter pipe?
22. What piece of equipment would you use to find out whether a section of solid wall that you are about to drill into contains electrical cables
23. How are legionella bacteria passed onto humans?
24. Are you asked to move a cast iron boiler some distance. What should you do?
25. You are protected from falls from height and fixing sheet lead flashing to a chimney on the roof of a busy town centre shop. What is the most important thing you must do?
26. What is the colour of an acetylene cylinder?
27. Why should you carry out temporary continuity bonding before removing and replacing sections of metallic pipework?
28. When working with fiberglass roof insulation, which of the following items of personal protective equipment should you work?
29. Da what is the preferred method of checking for leaks when assembling LPG equipment before use?
30. In terms of Accident Prevention, which two of the following are the most important precautions when working in the roof space of an occupied house?
31. How should bottles be positioned when using oxyacetylene welding equipment?
32. What should you do when repairing a burst water main using pipe freezing equipment to isolate the damaged section of pipe?
33. Which of the following makes it essential to take great care when handling and transporting oxygen cylinders?
34. Which of the following is the safest place to store oxy acetylene gas welding bottles when they are not in use?
35. You have been handling sheet lead. How is some lead most likely to get into your bloodstream?
36. If breaking up a cast iron bath, which of the following is the proper way to protect your hearing?
37. When is it safe to transport workers to the workplace in the rear of a van
38. If working on a plumbing job where noise levels are rather high, who should you expect to carry out noise assessment?
39. Where might you come across asbestos?
40. You are required to re fix a section of external rainwater pipe using a power drill in wet weather conditions. Which type of drill is most suitable?
41. How should you dismantle a length of cast iron soil pipe at height?
42. The use of oxyacetylene equipment is not recommended for which of the following jointing methods?
43. You are required to replace below ground drainage pipework in an excavation, which is approximately 2.5 mm deep. The trench sides show signs of collapse, what should you do?
44. If you are carrying out hot works with a bow torch, how long after you finish can you leave the work area?
45. You are removing guttering from a large, single Storey, metal framed and cladded building. The job is likely to take all day. What is the most appropriate type of access equipment you could use? depends on the generosity of its readers. We love providing Free mock tests to you, but if you value what we do, please consider making a donation. It helps us keep the site running.

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