Posted on September 9, 2021
To pursue a innovative approach to risk prevention in your company, during your Safety Day or Safety Week, Immersive Factory has developed an turnkey VR-based animation that perfectly complements the learning path.
Innovate with an immersive Virtual Reality workshop that has a strong pedagogical objective during the safety day, it’s possible!
By subscribing to an “Workshop” monthly subscription, you will be able to organize as many safety days as you want.
These key moments will leave a lasting impression by its innovative and fun side and will help you to federate your teams on an impactful safety culture and to engage all generations on EHS risks sensitization.
With support and guidance from our experts throughout the event, your employees will each have a go at being immersed in a life-like virtual environment inspired by real hazardous situations. They will learn to identify risks, to circulate in an environment that reproduces their workplace, to be in competition, which is a source of motivation and pride. A virtual experience “all terrain” adapted to your operations teams.
Virtual reality allows you to offer your employees an immersion during which they will be fully active, allowing to multiply by 4 the memorization of your safety messages, in comparison with a classic transmissive training*
During the day, the learners will be sensitized, in turn, to the risks that may affect their safety (poor postures, handling, working at heights, working in confined spaces, vehicular/pedestrian circulation, chemical hazards, etc.) or that of their colleagues.
Our exercises are developed with expert input from EHS professionals and major industrial groups, and are designed to expose your employees to virtual incidents and accidents as a way of creating a long-lasting influence on their behavior in real life and making them realize the importance of following procedures with the aim of reducing accidents caused by human factors.
eSafety workshop VR : 450€
All inclusive safety day : 2 000€
*According to the study "The Effectiveness of Virtual Reality Soft Skills Training in the Enterprise" from PWC.