« Traffic and Pedestrian Coactivity - Factory » is a Virtual Reality training course that raises awareness among your teams about the risks of falling on the same level by walking through a factory part of manufacturing industry.
On public works, co-activity between pedestrians, vehicles, and other equipments (cardboard boxes, pallets, etc ...) can be dangerous when safety rules are not respected. A slippery floor, lack of attention or precipitation can quickly lead to falls on the same level. Wether it be the misplaced equipment or the pedestrian too much close of a gear in operation, the risks are many and severe. From a slight fall to fracture and hospitalization, the consequences can be significant (if not dramatic). But these falls can be prevented by raising awareness and training staff to identify the risks that can lead to falls on the same level.
People learn and understand best when they interact with a ressource (learning by doing instead of learning through abstraction). Indeed, an individual retains 20% of what he heard and retains 90% of what he felt. Through our VR-based course, your employees confront risks related to the non-compliance of safety rules when working in manufacturing industry. Our 3D virtual environment provides a fairly faithful representation of reality and a sensory based learning style. Furthermore, real-time statistics on the procedural errors made are available as well as an innovative management tool for debriefing and leading change.
The "Circulation and Pedestrian Co-activity – Factory" course is designed to promote your company's safety policy and aims to minimize work-related accidents. According to the French National Research and Safety Institute (INRS), "On-site travel accounts for nearly one third of all work-related accidents and causes damaged equipment and lost time". In this simulation, people can walk through a factory with manufactured products and face various risks of falling on the same level. The learner’s goal is to cross the factory and to identify the different risks, in order to guard against them in their professional practice. An accident simulation (Virtual Reality fall) reinforces emotional impact and awareness. At the end of the simulation, a statistical reporting and remediation system is displayed in order to see the number of risks detected and to remind the procedure for undetected risks.
For the company:
A standalone VR headset. With an Internet connection, you can view your reports and update your courses.
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This workshop is included in the HTC Vive Focus Plus catalog