The CITB CSCS Test / HSE Test helps to increase your understanding of how to behave on site and raise your awareness of health, safety and environmental issues. The CSCS test is required for CPCS Operator Cards, NPORS Trained Operator Cards and CSCS Cards – they are vital to gaining access to sites.
Each test lasts for 45 minutes and have 50 multiple-choice questions made up of 12 behavioral case studies & 38 knowledge questions. Different tests have been created to meet the needs of different trades and professions.
You can book a CITB CSCS Test / HSE Test / RT Test at our Wokingham Centre but make sure you choose the right one and prepare for the test. Each test costs £50 (inc vat).
Health and safety is relevant to all businesses. If you are an employer or self-employed, you are responsible for the health, safety and welfare of yourself and other around you. This includes employees, casual or part time workers, trainees, customers and members of the public.
Health and Safety Awareness Courses are wide ranging and help keep you safe on site. healthy and legal. Health and Safety Awareness Courses can be used in combination with the HSE Labourers Test for a Green Labourers Card. HSE Operatives Test can be used in conjunction with technical tests for Red Plant Operator Cards and there are many more card combinations out there.
We offer a range of health & safety courses every month which are open to everyone. Please check our upcoming course page or contact us for further information.
All workers have a right to work in places where risks to their health and safety are properly controlled. Health and safety is about stopping you getting hurt at work or ill through work. Your employer is responsible for health and safety, but you must help.
You can get advice on fire safety from the Fire and Rescue Services or your workplace fire officer.
Find out more about your employment rights at www.gov.uk
1) Follow the training you have received when using any work items your employer has given you.
2) Take reasonable care of your own and other people’s health and safety.
3) Co-operate with your employer on health and safety.
4) Tell someone (your employer, supervisor, or health and safety representative) if you think the work or inadequate precautions are putting anyone’s health and safety at serious risk.
1) Decide what could harm you in your job and the precautions to stop it. This is part of risk assessment.
2) In a way you can understand, explain how risks will be controlled and tell you who is responsible
3) Consult and work with you and your health and safety representatives in protecting everyone from
harm in the workplace.
4) Free of charge, give you the health and safety training you need to do your job.
5) Free of charge, provide you with any equipment and protective clothing you need, and ensure it is properly looked after.
6) Provide toilets, washing facilities and drinking water.
7) Provide adequate first-aid facilities.
9) Have insurance that covers you in case you get hurt at work or ill through work. Display a hard copy or electronic copy of the current insurance certificate where you can easily read it.
10) Work with any other employers or contractors sharing the workplace or providing employees (such as agency workers), so that everyone’s health and safety is protected.
1) If you are worried about health and safety in your workplace, talk to your employer, supervisor, or health and safety representative.
2) You can also look at our website for general information about health and safety at work.
3) If, after talking with your employer you are still worried, you can find the address of your local enforcing authority for health and safety and the Employment Medical Advisory Service via HSE’s website: www.hse.gov.uk
Enquire using the form below. Please keep in mind that the more available dates you provide us with, the more likely we are able to fit you onto a course. We do not run courses on Sunday.