CSCS Mock Test For Managers and Professionals

Welcome to our Free CSCS Mock Test For Managers and Professionals. If you are working on a construction site in a managerial role you will have to take this test to get hold of your card, for example, the Black Managers card and the Academically or Professionally Qualified person cards.

We have included a wide range of questions in this test, there are over 150 questions selected at random to provide you with a 50 question mock test. So please take this a few times so you can view the different questions and answers.

The managers and professionals CSCS is the same length as the CSCS test for Operatives, it is 45 minutes long but you will need to score at least 46 out of 50 to pass the exam. There is a larger bank of questions to revise and 3 extra categories to learn:

CSCS Mock Test for Managers and Professionals

You have 45 mins to answer all the 50 questions and score at least 46 correct in the multiple-choice CSCS Mock Test For Managers and Professionals.

If you want to try out all 450 questions click here for the full bank of questions.

1. What must you remember if you need to wear hearing protection?
2. What danger is created by excessive oxygen in a confined space?
3. If a doctor gives an employee some medication, what should the employee ask the doctor?
4. What does this sign mean?M007 Opaque eye protection must be worn
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?
6. What does this sign mean?M009 Wear protective gloves
7. Under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, what must contractors provide to all workers under their control?
8. Why is methane gas dangerous in confined spaces? Give two reasons.
9. What are two recommended ways to protect your hearing?
10. Do those in charge of sites have to provide a first-aid kit?
11. Which one of the following signs would indicate the location of an automated external defibrillator (AED)?
12. When a contractor is assessing the risk of using a substance they believe to be hazardous, what should they do first?
13. When must you wear hi-vis (high-visibility) clothing?
14. Where are workers likely to breathe in the highest quantities of dust when drilling, cutting, sanding or grinding?
15. How can you help to prevent accidents?
16. Do all types of glove protect hands against chemicals?
17. 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?
18. A scaffold has collapsed and you saw it happen. What should you say when you are asked about the accident?
19. If a heavy load has been delivered to site, what is the first thing that should be considered?
20. In accordance with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, under normal circumstances, what written information must a principal contractor make available to workers or their representatives upon request?
21. What does an employer have to prepare a written health and safety policy and record that significant findings of risk assessment?
22. How can you see for yourself that attention has been given to simple emergency procedures on site?
23. Why must a residual current device (RCD) be used in conjunction with 230 volt electrical equipment?
24. Which of these is the least likely to cause skin problems?
25. Why are wet cement, mortar and concrete hazardous to your health?
26. Which of these is not a hazard in a confined space?
27. Historically which type of accident kills the most construction workers?
28. The easiest way to the place you want to be on site is through a contractor’s vehicle compound. Which route should you take?
29. When site workers need to handle harmful substances, which condition can be prevented by wearing the correct protection gloves?
30. As part of a site survey you are required to work in a confined space. How should the air be checked?
31. If there is an emergency while you are on site, what should you do first?
32. And considering what measures to take to protect workers against risks to their health and safety, when should personal protective equipment be considered?
33. Why do building sites use a 110 volt electricity supply instead of a 230 volt domestic supply?
34. Which of the following is the least important reason for recording all accidents?
35. When kerbing works are being carried out, how should kerbs be taken off the vehicle?
36. Which piece of equipment may need to be used with a cable avoidance tool (CAT) in order to detect cables?
37. A foam extinguisher, identified by a cream band, should not be used on what type of fire?
38. If someone is injured at work, who should record it in the accident book?
39. In which of the following circumstances would it not be safe to use a cherry picker for working at height?
40. What does it mean if you see frost around the valve on a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinder?
41. The legionella bacteria that cause Legionnaires’ disease are most likely to be found in which of the following?
42. How should site visitors be informed of what to do in the event of an on-site emergency?
43. What type of fire extinguisher should not be provided where petrol or diesel is being stored?
44. What should you do if a worker needs to wear ear defenders but an ear pad is missing from one of the shells?
45. In the colour coding of electrical power supplies on site, what voltage does a blue plug represent?
46. You become aware that an active bird’s nest has been destroyed on your site. Which of the following is a possible outcome?
47. What action is required when a highways vehicle fitted with a direction arrow is travelling from site to site?
48. If the airbag being used for fall arrest has a controlled leak rate, what requirement must the inflation pump meet?
49. Why is the Health and Safety at Work Act important to everyone at work? Give two answers
50. Which of the following is true in relation to the safe working load of lifting equipment, such as a cherry picker, lorry loader or excavator? 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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25 comments on “CSCS Mock Test For Managers and Professionals”

  1. I checked with the official app. The answer to this question is wrong:
    Which two of these activities are likely to need a hot-work permit?

    The correct answer shouldn’t include:
    “Refuelling a diesel dump truck”

    1. Hi Dyl

      Thanks for the heads up, you are completely right! Not sure how this got mixed up on the results, but thank you for letting us know. This has now been corrected

  2. Excellent mock test. It helped to emphasize the importance of reading the question

  3. Great help. I want to donate towards this useful service but won’t use email banking. If there’s any other way to contribute I will certainly.

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