To celebrate 25 years as a training provider, Mentor are inviting visitors to IMHX to join them for drinks, giveaways and a touch screen safety challenge to mark the occasion.
The exhibition will see the launch of a year’s worth of events and promotions to celebrate 25 years in the business, including the introduction of ‘Mission 25,’ as part of which Mentor staff will take part in a wide variety of sponsored events to raise £25,000 for their chosen charities in just 12 months.
Take the touch screen challenge
Whilst on the stand, visitors are challenged to complete a touch screen risk assessment, to see if their safety awareness is up to scratch. Mentor are showcasing this interactive service, available to businesses wishing to gauge operator skill levels, testing attitude, knowledge, awareness and hazard perception in a matter of minutes. The management of fork lift operations is vital to maintaining a safe working environment, and often overlooked with the focus kept solely on operator training, especially in the current economic climate. This method of assessment not only works as a tool to monitor operator skill levels and highlight any areas for improvement, it also has the potential to minimise training costs by determining the appropriate type of training required by each individual.