The benefits of the Driving Behaviour - Refuse truck course

•    Active learning where trainees remember 90%* of what they do

•    Real-time statistics on the procedural errors made

•    Innovative management tool for debriefing and leading change

Driving Behaviour - Refuse truck course objectives

The Driving Behaviour - Refuse truck course is designed to promote your company's safety policy and aims to minimize work-related accidents when drivers are collecting refuse. According to the French National Research and Safety Institute (INRS), "Driving as part of their job exposes employees to occupational risks, the highest of which is road traffic accidents, which account for over 20% of fatal work-related accidents".

For trainees:

• Identify, evaluate and avoid high-risk situations when driving a refuse truck as part of a simulation featuring various hazardous situations, such as blind spots, collisions with pedestrians, etc.

• Ensure waste collector safety when picking up refuse and driving the truck.

• Move about the site by following the safety instructions and procedures.

• Experience a virtual simulation of an accident and its consequences.

For the company:

• Reduce the frequency rate of road accidents during waste collection runs.

• Highlight and reproduce potentially hazardous situations and thereby alert employees to such risks.

• Ensure that employees follow procedures when driving.

• Raise awareness and produce a long-term influence on behavior with virtual reality.

Target audience for the Behavior Behind the Wheel of a Refuse Truck course:

•    Novice and experienced refuse truck drivers

Equipment required

All you need in your training room is a PC with a VR headset (such as HTC Vive, HP, DELL or ASUS). With an Internet connection, you can view your reports and update your courses.

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