Health and safety managers to glove up online
Hand and arm protection
New online web game from hand and arm protection specialist Marigold Industrial is challenging those with responsibility for health and safety in the workplace.
The online challenge is to beat the clock and equip virtual staff with the right gloves for the job with a brand new online web game.
'Glove Up' - www.marigoldglovegame.com sees players pit their skills on 3 levels of difficulty trying to equip virtual members of staff with a pair of gloves from the company's new cut resistant Puretough P Series, which features the new Indicator System.
When a level has been completed players are asked a question, which if answered correctly will see the player move on to the challenge of the next level.
Running from October to the end of 2011, players will be ranked by their scores, the person with the highest score at the end of the year taking the first prize of a trip to Portugal for 2 people.
Other prizes available for high scorers will include an iPod Nano, a set of mobile speakers and for the highest weekly a USB stick.
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