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Hazard Spotting in VR

VR training can be particularly useful for companies working in high-risk industries such as construction, manufacturing, or transportation. By using VR, personnel can be exposed to a variety of realistic scenarios that simulate potential hazards.

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Why Virtual Reality

Virtual reality has revolutionized the way companies approach safety training. VR training immerses employees in realistic simulations allowing them to practice and perfect their skills in a safe and controlled environment.

1. Save time and money

Traditional training can be time-consuming and logistically challenging, often requiring employees to take a whole day out of the office for training. Using Virtual Reality, on the other hand, training can be completed in a fraction of the time, with minimal disruption to your employees’ work schedule.

2. Better retention

Not only is VR training more effective for retention, but it also makes training feel like less of a chore and more enjoyable, which can help boost employee engagement and motivation. VR training provides a unique and enjoyable learning experience that can help employees remember information for longer periods of time.

3. Easy to use

Our application is designed to be easy to use, with minimal set-up required. All you need is our “VR in a box” and you will have everything you need!

4. Engaging

Overall, virtual reality is engaging because it provides a level of immersion, interactivity, sense of presence, and novelty that traditional forms of media cannot.

Who is it for

1. Medium and large enterprises

Hazard Spotting is crucial for maintaining a safe workplace environment, regardless of the industry or job function. Our training equips employees with the necessary skills to identify and report potential hazards, promoting a proactive approach to workplace safety. By providing a safe and controlled environment for hazard identification, our training ensures that employees are prepared to mitigate potential dangers and protect themselves and their colleagues.

2. Training schools

Our VR training is the perfect tool for training schools to use in their curriculum, allowing them to train more students in less time, and with fewer resources. It’s also a great tool to use for safety days, providing an immersive learning experience that will stick with your students long after the training is over.

3. Schools and Universities

A perfect tool for students to learn and practice safety skills in a safe and controlled environment, and it’s also a great way to supplement traditional classroom training.

What to expect

By promoting a culture of safety and awareness, we ensure that trainees are well-equipped to prevent workplace accidents and injuries. Whether it’s in manufacturing, construction, or any other industrial setting, our training provides the knowledge and skills necessary to create a safer workplace environment.

1. Construction Hazards

  • A person without fall protection while working at height (PPE)
  • Metal tubes lying on the ground blocking the passage
  • Scaffolding with a lot of clutter on it
  • A scaffold with non-locking wheels
  • Broken step on a ladder
  • Ladder is not securely fastened
  • An uncovered hole in the ground
  • Person not wearing helmet/gloves/safety shoes/high-vis vest/safety glasses/ear protection (PPE) 

2. Warehouse Hazards

  • Exit blocked by obstacle
  • Walkway blocked
  • Improper use of a ladder
  • Person standing on a pallet jack
  • Unsafe stacking of materials in storage racks
  • Water puddle on walkway
  • Person not wearing helmet/gloves/safety shoes/fluo vest/safety glasses/ear protection (PPE)

Results

Training in Virtual Reality leads to a safer work environment and fewer incidents due to better prepared personnel. The training provides trainees with the following key benefits:

1. Improved safety

The primary benefit of hazard spotting training is that it can help improve safety in the workplace. By teaching employees how to identify potential hazards, organizations can take proactive steps to eliminate or mitigate those hazards before they cause accidents or injuries.

2. Increased awareness

Hazard spotting training can also help increase employees’ awareness of their surroundings. This can help them identify potential hazards not only in the workplace but also in their daily lives.

3. Reduced risk

By identifying and addressing potential hazards, organizations can reduce the risk of accidents, injuries, and other incidents.

4. Improved efficiency

Hazard spotting training can also help improve efficiency by identifying potential hazards that could slow down or interrupt work processes.

5. Better decision-making

Hazard spotting training can help employees make better decisions by giving them the tools and knowledge they need to identify and address potential hazards.

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VR Platform

Combined with our VR courses, to get the best of everything

1. Progression Tracking

Overview of training progress and milestones. Ensuring that everyone is up-to-date and well trained.

2. Customize Content

Customize the training content per course to make it more relevant for your employees. 

3. Module Management

Easily categorize, organize, and schedule training sessions within your organization.

Mobile VR Box

Easy To Use, Scalable

To make your life easier we included everything you need for a training session in an easy to carry & rugged box. 


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