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CITB Working at Heights Mock Test 10

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!

Which statement is true if you need to use a ladder to get to a scaffold platform?


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?


When is it most appropriate to use a safety harness and lanyard for working at height?


What is the maximum recommended gap between the scaffold and the structure?


When can someone who is not a scaffolder adapt an independent scaffold?


What is the maximum permitted gap between the guard-rails on a working platform?


How far should a ladder extend above the stepping-off point if there is no alternative, firm handhold?


Following the hierarchy of control, which of the following is regarded as the last resort for someone’s safety when working at height?


If you are inspecting a flat roof, what is the best way to stop yourself and others from falling over the edge?


What is a common example of a fragile roof material?


To ensure your safety when carrying out an inspection at height, who must erect mobile tower scaffolds?


How should access be controlled, if people are working in a riser shaft?


While carrying out a site visit you see someone who is working above a damaged safety net system. What should you do?


What is the most effective method of preventing workers from falling from height while carrying out construction and maintenance work?


What is the minimum height of the main guard-rail on a scaffold?


What action should be taken before using a scaffold which is secured by masonry anchor ties?


After gaining access to the platform of a mobile tower, what is the first thing you should do?


When work is being carried out above public areas what should be your first consideration?


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?


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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