Our very own Risk Assessment & Safety Awareness Mascot celebrates a big milestone.
TIKS’ very own Safety Awareness Mascot Risko today celebrates his 2nd Birthday. Risko has had a very busy last two years and has travelled to key events all around the country. He has made appearances at the Safety in Action Show, Virgin Australia Safety Week, Colgate-Palmolive Safety Week and will be attending the upcoming Cebit Exhibition from 5-7 May. The Team at TIKS duly congratulated Risko for all his hard work by surprising him with a very large cheesecake. We chose cookies & cream cheesecake, as we know that’s every dog’s favourite cake. Risko insisted that we use a butter knife when cutting the cake as sharp knifes are a potential safety hazard. Risko never fails to say NO to Risk and YES to Zero Harm.
6736 milliseconds (6.736 seconds) – Colgate-Palmolive Safety Week
With Risko’s Race, raising Safety Awareness has never been more entertaining. Participants attempt to answer a series of multi-choice safety questions in the shortest amount of time possible. Players must get 10 questions correct before the game ends. Results are displayed on a leader board and Winners of the competition are offered an amazing prize. The game is compatible with iOS and Android smartphones and on touchscreen kiosks. To get Risko’s Race for your event or to find out more call our friendly team today.
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