Immersive Factory works to raise your teams’ awareness around professional risk issues through a fully immersive digital safety day.
To pursue a different approach to risk prevention in your company, during your Safety Day or Safety Week, Immersive Factory has developed an innovative turnkey platform for training and immersive events. Permanent and fully accessible regardless of the medium (PC, with or without a VR headset, tablet, etc.) our solutions complement the learning path perfectly without requiring physical proximity of any kind.
Want to innovate with an immersive virtual campus to host workshops during your Safety Day? Immersive Factory has developed an original approach in the form of a remote, turnkey, tool to organize a campus or permanent event and raise awareness of everyday risks and safety.
Fun solution to spread your safety culture among your teams, all generations considered.
Organize and host your EHS events remotely without having numerous people operate in close quarters.
Your employees will benefit from the support and advice of our experts throughout the events.
Dive into a lifelike virtual environment inspired by actual hazardous situations.
Numerous workshops allowing your staff to fully understand the reach of their everyday actions as well as their consequences.
Active training, serious game or escape games, our catalog of activities is available in VR or 3D simulation on PC.
Virtual reality allows you to offer your employees an immersion during which they will be fully active, which multiplies by 4 the memorization of your safety messages, in comparison with a classic transmissive training*.
Fully engaged with a lifelike scenario, they find themselves having to act in the heat of the moment and must rely on their concentration to face a series of events successfully.
During the Safety Day, the learners will be sensitized, in turn, to the risks that may affect their safety (poor posture, handling, working at heights, working in confined spaces, vehicular/pedestrian circulation, chemical hazards, etc.) or that of their colleagues. Thus, whatever their work environment, they will know once and for all how to adapt their actions to a wide range of situations.
Active learning where trainees remember 90%* of what they do
Active learning is characterized by experiential methods that encourage participants to get personally involved in their own training. Thanks to this approach that strongly relies on engagement, training takes on a practical dimension that no lecture course could ever offer.
By granting your employees access (in the form of a monthly subscription) to a dedicated platform where you can organize permanent events dedicated to safety, you can give them an authentic experience they can go back to time and again.
Instead of passively receiving information, they get to interact with a confounding environment whose vividness can act as a true « wake-up call ». All without any physical proximity or even dedicated premises.
When they are theoretical, risks can be difficult to grasp and their severity underestimated. Because our minds are used to studying figures, receiving instructions, or hearing about concerning events on a very regular basis, they are desensitized to them. The information we listen to or read about readily becomes abstract and loses much of its impact. On the other hand, finding oneself in a dangerous situation or witnessing an accident turns out to be more impressive.
This notion of presence is precisely what a virtual campus proposes to leverage. By having your employees move through a virtual world similar to the real one in every way, it is possible to show them very graphically the direct and immediate consequences of their actions. They can see for themselves the importance of applying safety recommendations to the letter.
Virtual reality allows users to experience a situation as if they were there albeit with no dedicated infrastructure or geographical constraints. Not everyone can host a full-scale workshop at their own premises. However, suitable VR equipment creates the illusion of in-the-field interactions and can be achieved with very little available space, or entirely remotely. For instance, we can put a platform at your disposal. Through this virtual space, your teams can undergo ultra-realistic events and collaborate without the slightest physical contact. Even the health crisis we are now facing will not stop you from organizing a successful Safety Day. Without worrying about the venue, you can still plan interesting and educational activities for a large number of participants.
Depending on your own organizational constraints, the concept is entirely revisited: thanks to a free access, e-safety campus, time is no longer an issue. Your associates connect to the platform whenever they like or via an email invite. This modus operandi can prove convenient if you do not wish to see the event impact the creativity of your entire team over the course of a full day.
A great diversity of workshops and topics allows you to organize training sessions or specific events based on your actual needs, targeting individuals or teams.
Coordinating a Safety Day for the whole company in the form of a virtual campus is a great way to focus everyone’s attention on this fundamental issue and to address prevention from a different perspective. For example, you could form several teams and have many employees move through the same virtual space at the same time, duplicating dangerous situations even more convincingly.
If you opt for individual workshops, we will help you optimize the quantity to ensure you take full advantage of our dedicated platform. We also adjust the nature of the scenarios to create enough diversity between workshops.
Create a virtual simulation of accidents and incidents to expose your teams to the hazards in their line of work and minimize the risks in real life.
Generate accurate statistics into the procedural errors made during the immersive experience and compare results between your different sites to debrief your teams and lead change.
Involve your teams in unique immersive simulations and thereby anticipate and take long-term action on their behavior.
Organize your Safety Days
Our mission is to support businesses in their efforts to build a work environment that fosters welfare for all. Our instructional approach is characterized by a federative, vigorous, long-lasting awareness. We strive to give accident control and occupational risk prevention the place they deserve among the various concerns businesses must face and to provide them with the right key to address them.
A turnkey virtual platform
We want to make Environment, Health and Safety everyone’s business every day. Our multi-user platforms and the contents of our digital EHS training sessions are designed to match your exact needs. We raise awareness, introduce, and teach using virtuality to anchor the learning process in reality and offer your employees a valuable experience tailored to their own imperatives. This is why our workshops are made to be remembered. If the knowledge is mastered more quickly, learners have more time to dedicate to developing their skills and to continue making progress.
Select workshops related to the topic (Hazard Spotting in a warehouse, Driving Behaviour - Forklift, On-site circulation - Forklift truck - Pedestrian view, Sensitization - Hygiene Office, Eco-Friendly Actions, Quizz). They will be accessible to all employees.
Upload videos in the Movie Theather room that can be viewed by all employees (video about safety culture, video about the President of the company, video about accidents with forklifts).
Prepare presentations on, in particular, the comparative evolution of the accident frequency rate at each site. It will be used during plenary sessions by country in the conference room or it will be relayed by prevention officers to small groups in the virtual training rooms.
Regularly visualize the comparative results of each site to identify good and bad performers in order to implement specific actions if necessary.
Share individual results
with the site managers and the group HRD.