Well, you can aslo... consider it as a perfect tool for reduction of costs related to conducting training in the company – by limiting the need to exclude machines and equipment from operating activities for the duration of training.
Virtual reality can help prevent avoiding dangerous situations as a tool supporting the safety of workplaces. Both technologies (AR&VR) support the broadly understood effectiveness by shortening the time of employee training – thanks to the simulation we learn faster, we also remember better.
VR is also extremely useful if the work to be performed by a new employee is to take place in a hazardous place, such as high-voltage switch gears or large constructions sites.
VR and AR provide the opportunity to learn by simulating real situations, including dangerous ones, with greater employee involvement resulting in the higher attractiveness of this type of solutions. It does also give the opportunity to use gamification and freedom of choice, time and place of training. As a result, we save time and lower the costs of training.
60% + more involvement
No more rolling eyes or naps during the OHS training. Replace theory with intriguing practice!
Prepare your whole team by using one training. Muscle memory will help them perform tasks faster.
Stop talking about being cautious. Pick a device and let your crew experience the consequences.
70%+ faster learning
Place your crew right in the middle of the action. No additional explanations needed. It's that simple.
The app prepared by our team allowed the client to avoid expensive consequences of human errors. They teach them how to avoid mistakes and how to know what to look out for. At the end of each VR mine training session, all steps are to be collected in a report: showing the miner all good and bad choices.
The challenge the client set us with was to use VR training app to eliminate downtime during work and make employees aware of what their work will be. The work on the sorting plant should be divided into three main modules, each of which will concern training at a different position.
The aim of the simulation was to provide a safe step-by-step training course for a team that deals with risky activities. The actual challenge, though, was to move from strictly paper-based training to one that would best reflect real-life conditions that the workers are likely to face.