HS&E Test for Managers & ProfessionalsGT200
Please Note: The 2019 version of GT200 is the current and only official material available to support revision for the 2021 Health, Safety & Environment test for Managers & Professionals.
The CITB Health, safety and environment test helps the industry to improve its health, safety and environmental standards and forms a vital part of the requirement to obtain a construction industry scheme card.
The revision material contains everything you need to know about booking, preparing for and sitting the CITB Health, safety and environment test for managers and professionals. The test includes both knowledge and specialist questions.
There is separate revision material available to support the Health, safety and environment test for operatives and specialists, therefore, you will need to ensure you are purchasing the appropriate revision material.
GT200 DVD covers the core sections of the managers and professionals test on:
A: Legal and management
B: Health and welfare
C: General safety
D: High risk activities
F: Specialist activities.
Specialist activities include questions in the following areas:
- Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
- Highway works.
- Publication Type DVD
- ISBN: 978 1 85751 529 9
Minimum PC system requirements:
Operating system: Windows® 7, 8, 8.1 or 10 (not Windows® RT or S)
Processor: Pentium® (2009)/Core i3® 2 GHz or equivalent
Memory: 2 GB
Disk space: At least 10 GB free
Optical drive: DVD-ROM†
Screen resolution: 1024 x 768 or greater
Graphics: Any Direct3D® 9 compatible, 128 MB
Internet: Broadband internet connection required for installation, updates, web media and links
Other: Internet Explorer® 11 and Windows Media Player® 12 (or Media Feature Pack for N editions of Windows®)
The software is not compatible with macOS®, Linux or older versions of Windows®.
Mobile apps are available for iPhone® and iPad® on the iOS® App Store® and for Android® phone and tablets on Google Play® as a separate purchase.
† The software includes copy protection that requires the disc to be in the computer’s DVD drive to run.