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C&G 2357 Unit 301 Questions With Answers

These are exam questions for the C&G 2357 Unit 301 exam. All the questions are from past exam papers. In order to simulate the exam conditions we recommend using a stopwatch set to 30 minutes. During that time you need to answer all 15 questions.

Remember this is a closed book exam.

You will find the correct answers on the next page. Good luck!



1. Employers have a duty of care for the health and safety of employees. What section of the HASAWA etc 1974 is this?
a) Section 7
b) Section 2
c) Section 1
d) Section 6

2. Failure to comply with HASAWA etc 1974 could result in which one of the following answers?
a) Imprisonment and loss of business
b) Loss of reputation
c) Heavy fines or imprisonment
d) All of the answers shown here

3. Some companies may have a 'safety committee'. How many employees (minimum) would 'normally' be employed in a company before a safety committee is set up?
a) 50
b) 10
c) 20
d) 100

4. The Electricity at Work Regulations is a
a) statutory document which relates to employees only
b) non-statutory document which relates to employers only
c) statutory document which relates to employers and employees
d) non-statutory document relating to employers and employees

5. To minimise the risk when others are working at height in the same location, the most appropriate item of PPE to be worn would be
a) a high-visibility jacket
b) ear defenders
c) a hard hat
d) gloves

6. All accidents at work which involve hospitalisation for more than three days must be reported as part of
a) RODER
b) RIDDOR
c) RIDER
d) RUDDER

7.When a hazard is identified in the workplace, an employee must    a    report the hazard at the next safety briefing
a) mention it if an accident occurs
b) report the hazard at the next safety briefing
c) write it down and post a report to the office
d) report it immediately to a supervisor

8.Which one of the following would be the most likely situation where asbestos may be encountered?
a) In an old re-wireable (semi-enclosed) fuseboard
b) In a modern grid type ceiling tile
c) Within foam based heating pipe insulation
d) Within an old type 2 circuit breaker

9.Working in areas that have a higher than normal dust content should necessitate the need for
a) a boiler suit
b) safety glasses
c) a respirator
d) sealed protective boots


10,The responsibility for health and safety when working in a domestic situation is
a) the person carrying out the work
b) the local building control office
c) the customer ordering the work
d) the engineer running the contract

11.If you are drilling into concrete or brick with an SDS or masonry drill, in which of the following circumstances will you need to wear eye protection
a) when drilling overhead
b) when working off access equipment
c) if drilling into the floor
d) always

12.The reporting of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences regulations would be applied when what occurs
a) small facial cut
b) broken arm
c) finger fracture
d) cut to the hand

13.Access by medical crews is an important consideration when selecting the location of a
a) fire alarm indicator panel
b) car park
c) store room
d) first aid treatment room

14.HSE Inspectors have wide-ranging powers. Which one of the following answers are not within the powers of Inspectors?
a) Destroy equipment found to be dangerous
b) Seize dangerous equipment from employers
c) Arrest anyone in breach of the Act
d) Enter a premises unannounced

15.HASAWA etc 1974 is a 'statutory Act'. What is meant by the term 'statutory'?
a) punishable by fines and/or imprisonment
b) non-changing
c) legal requirement
d) guidance only


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