Protecting yourself in the workplace is very important, in this CSCS Mock test we look at a small selection of Noise and Vibration questions that you may be asked in your test to gain your CSCS card. These are the most commonly asked questions for the Noise and Vibration section in the CSCS Mock test 2017 DVD

These CSCS test questions will be virtually the same as the questions you will be asked come your test day and they will always follow the same multiple choice format. Pay attention as some of the questions will ask for a single answer while others will need multiple answers to the questions, make sure you read them fully before attempting to answer.


1. Can the damage by exposure to noise over a long period of time be reversed?


2. If you have to use a vibrating tool, how can you help reduce the effects of hand-arm vibration?


3. What should you do if you think the noise at work may have damaged your hearing?


4. What does wearing hearing protection do?


5. Noise can damage your hearing. What is an early sign of this?


6. Why is over exposure to vibratory tools and equipment a serious issue?


7. What must you do when working in a hearing protection zone?


8. If you need to wear disposable earplugs how should you insert them so they protect your hearing from damage?


9. What should you do if you need to wear ear defenders but an ear pad is missing from one of the shells?


10. You have been using a vibrating tool. The ends of your fingers are starting to tingle. What does this mean?


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Comments (03)

  • stephen davies

    September 14, 2016 / 4 years ago

    good test

  • Noel Geraghty

    November 9, 2016 / 4 years ago

    Very good test tells u which questions you got right/wrong

  • John calderbank

    November 21, 2016 / 4 years ago

    Very good

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