CSCS Questions by admin | Nov 5, 2018 | 0 comments Welcome to your CSCS Questions Most deaths in the construction industry result from electricity. fire and smoke. falling from height. being hit by a moving vehicle.Who has the main duty for making sure that risk assessments are carried out before work starts? The employees. The employer. The architect. The trade union.A safety sign indicating that you must do something (such as the sign for ‘wear safety footwear’) is coloured red. blue. green. brown.Many accidents on construction sites involve plant and equipment. The best way to prevent these accidents is by making sure that equipment is maintained in a safe condition. all injuries are recorded in the accident book. all workers wear a hard hat and safety footwear. there are an adequate number of first aiders on site.At construction sites, storage racks and shelves can collapse and cause injury or damage. One of the most likely causes of this is? leaking sacks of sand or gravel. storing heavier items at the bottom. keeping some racks or shelves empty. vehicles hitting the storage racks or shelves.When working with a large and fixed circular saw, the most likely cause of injury is? vibration. manual handling. contact with chemicals. cuts from the saw blade.A worker leaves a toolbox lying across a walkway. This is most likely to increase the risk of? someone tripping over a collision between vehicles a fire to start on the walkway. other workers to suffer from stress.Time is Up!