MindForge Spotlight No. 17 / by Stokes McIntyre

Esteemed Design Partners,

Allow us to introduce our first set of MindForge badges. Now, when workers complete CLS: Safety Awareness, CLS: Signal Person, or CLS: Working at Heights - PFAS, they’ll earn one of the badges pictured below. These badges will then show up on the workers’ MindForge profiles and follow them to any job site they work on. Take a look, and send us your thoughts:

In our last Spotlight, we highlighted the mobile version of our CLS harness inspection process. This week, we want to show you what inspecting a harness looks like in virtual reality. The purpose of the interaction is the same as before: to give workers hands-on experience inspecting a harness to make sure it’s in safe condition. However, as you’ll see, it’s a different ballgame getting to interact with a harness in virtual space. Check out this video and see what you think.

*Reminder* April 1st is coming up, and that means in less than one month, we are launching the CLS App on iOS and Android. Through the CLS App, you will - for the first time! - be able to download and go through the CLS: Safety Awareness certification course.

Furthermore, if you have an iPhone or iPad, you’ll also be able to download the MindForge App, which will be making its debut in the App Store the same day. As mentioned before, the MindForge App allows you to register and manage your MindForge profile as well as upload images of your certifications to keep them on-hand wherever you go.

Again, all these products go live April 1, so mark your calendars now!


Lastly, a big “Thank You” goes out to Hoffman Construction for having us out for an onboarding session about the MindForge Platform. We’ll be traveling to visit Hoffman on March 12.

That’s it for this spotlight. If you’d like to reach out to us with any questions, shoot an email over to Stokes.M@IRMI.com

Have a happy and safe rest of the week!