The challenges of training

Driving a refuse truck exposes operators and rippers to serious accidents, especially if certain procedures are not followed. It is therefore important to ensure that the operators carry out a certain number of checks on the vehicle and are made aware of the various risky behaviors.

The benefits of virtual reality

The majority of people understand and assimilate a danger only after having lived it. Indeed, an individual retains 20% of what he hears and 90% of what he does. To do this, we use VR to confront your employees with the risks in a virtual environment before driving. Real-time statistics are available to identify errors and shortcomings in order to resolve them, initiate change and thus work in better conditions.

 

Objective of the training Hazard - Spotting Refuse truck

 

For the learner:

• Identify and prevent accident-causing anomalies and risky behavior before driving a refuse truck

• Know the safety procedures and acquire the correct practices

• Evaluate knowledge

 

For the company:

• Strengthen the risk prevention policy in the workplace

• Make employees aware of good health and safety practices

• Remind people of the safety procedures in force and the checks to be carried out before driving of a vehicle type household refuse dumpster

 

Target audience for the Hazard Spotting Refuse Truck training :

•    Novice and experienced refuse truck operators and rippers

 

Equipment required

Computer with as minimum configuration :

Processor: Intel Core i5 (8th generation) 8250U / 1.6 GHz

RAM: 8 GB 

Graphics Processor: 

Intel UHD Graphics 620

 

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