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CITB Test - Practice 32

Operative CITB Test

CITB test is a test which is used to assess the occupational competency of individuals working in the construction site. It is a multiplechoice question & answer exam. The questions cover topics such as safety, health and environment, construction site procedures and materials. Passing the CITB test is a must requirement for CSCS Card.  Start practicing for your CITB Test today!

You need to lift a load that is not heavy, but it is so big that you cannot see in front of you. What should you do?


What training do you need to work with or remove asbestos cement products?


What does this sign mean?

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If you want to be a first aider, you should:


How many people should be on a ladder at the same time?


Where might you come across asbestos?


If there is sludge at the bottom of a confined space, you should:


Which of the following should be disposed of as hazardous waste?


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


The whole site has been issued with a prohibition notice What does this mean to you?


How can asbestos be correctly identified?


Does your employer have to provide a first-aid box?


A hot work permit allows you to:


Which of the following should be classed as hazardous waste?


What does this sign mean?

You must wear hearing protection


When using power tools it is important to:


You need to use a grinder, cut-off saw, cartridge tool or nail gun What type of eye protection will you need?


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


Before work starts in a confined space, how should the air be checked?


You should only clean very dirty hands with:


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