Posted on November 24, 2023
Suzy Thill works in the safety team as a safety animator at Kimberly-Clark. The company is part of the paper industry, offering consumers everyday products such as Kleenex, Huggies, and Cottonelle brands. Suzy Thill agreed to share her experience with virtual reality in safety training.
“I found Immersive Factory on the Internet while looking for a virtual reality headset for safety.”
“We chose it for the variety of modules offered, the support provided by the team, and the price. We use it once or twice a week with two people per half-hour during 1.5-hour sessions. It allows us to raise awareness among employees and animate our safety campaigns.”
“We chose it following a presentation made to us by Immersive Factory.”
“It meets a need for team motivation, an educational need, and a technological need because it is a playful medium that allows our staff to immerse themselves somewhere other than our factory.”
“It would be even more interesting to be able to adapt or modify the modules in line with our factory rules.”
You, too, can choose virtual reality to train your employees in risk and accident prevention to strengthen your safety culture and shared vigilance.
If you want to customize the exercises according to your situation, you currently have the option to choose the number of risks and which ones you want to appear in the exercise. For example, you can do a session on fire risks. Contact us to learn more!