The VR-based Hazard Spotting - Public Works course trains your teams to visually identify any high-risk behavior or situations on a public works construction site that has been virtually simulated with life-like accuracy.
On public works, co-activity between pedestrians, vehicles and other equipments can be dangerous when safety rules are not respected. Wether it be the misplaced equipment or the pedestrian too much close of a gear in operation, the risks are many and severe.
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 in a 3D virtual environment that 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 co-activity - Public Works 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".
• Identify, assess and prevent high-risk situations while walking through a site featuring a combination of pedestrian and vehicle traffic (trucks and construction vehicles).
• Move about the site by following the safety instructions and procedures.
• Experience a virtual simulation of an accident and its consequences.
For the company:
• Highlight and reproduce potentially hazardous situations and thereby alert workers to such risks.
• Ensure that employees follow procedures.
• Analyze and measure how employees react to such hazardous situations.
• Reduce the frequency rate of work-related accidents.
• All employees who are required to perform procedures relating to on-site traffic.
A standalone VR headset. With an Internet connection, you can view your reports and update your courses.
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