Innovative and efficient learning methodology to transform knowledge into skills.
Virtual Reality training for a safer tomorow.
Advantages of a
Virtual Reality safety training
For many training participants, it is not efficient to listen to an instructor and take notes at the same time. For training participants (all generations !), it’s all about combining different multimedia and sensory experiences. When using virtual reality as a learning methodology, all of these are combined and the learning effect of the training is much bigger.
Interactive VR scenarios that increase participation and focus. Collaboration and discussions between participants are much more engaging. In fact, interactive learning helps students learn 2 to 4 times faster than with other learning methods.
Significantly improved safety performance
Less human error
Up to 80% better retention
of the subject matter
Halving the necessary
Smoother decision-making and team collaboration
Chemical hazards / Fire hazards / Electrical hazards / Confined spaces / Emergency protocols / Environmental hazards / Ergonomics
Documentation / Working at height / Work preparation / Work methods / Psychosocial aspects / Lifting / Hoisting
Tools & machines / Flange assembly / Order and cleanliness / PPE / Traffic / First aid / Asbestos / Scaffolding, ladders & platforms
The training offer
We are a big proponent of “blended” learning where different learning methodologies are employed to bring participants not only the knowledge, but also real skills.
One can only speak of acquired competencies when he/she succeeds in putting the knowledge gained in a training into practice. VR training is ideally suited for this purpose and is usually part of a training course.
Find out how we do that here.
Welcome and technology of a very high level without forgetting the fun part that makes a difficult subject like safety much more attractif.
As a management team, we want to continue to build on our safety culture. Therefore, our target is to have 0 workplace accidents. All employees can already report dangerous situations in a digital platform for subsequent action, but we must continue to raise awareness to make these safety reports daily.
I would also like to thank you personally for the instructive afternoon yesterday.
The welcome, care, explanations, professional guidance ... only positive reactions, also from the other colleagues.
Eye for detail in safety issues. The colleagues were rather surprised that certain items were shown in great detail such as inspection colors, inspection dates on the fire extinguishers, etc. Something you don't immediately expect.
The opportunity to do a safety tour together which creates conversations/discussions among themselves which triggers them to go deeper into the topic.