BHP Omega is operating in the field of occupational health and safety, as well as fire protection of facilities. Their customized training programs are adapted to the activity of a specific company and the nature of employees’ work – taking into account the number of employees and the type of threats present. They asked us to help them create a VR fire extinguisher training.

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BHP Omega



Fire safety


VR training


Oculus Quest

Unity Engine

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Business value

VR fire extinguisher training: we bring the fire to you

Watching an hour-long video or providing a classroom demonstration is no substitute for seeing a fire, reaching for an extinguisher, pulling the pin, and squeezing the trigger. Hands-on training not only builds confidence but also breaks down overconfidence.

Thanks to the VR fire extinguisher training it is possible for all trainees to extinguish the fire and provide them with opportunities to refine their technique and retry if they fail.

A fully customized scenario empowers trainees to feel more confident in identifying sources of fire within the building as well as help them to decide how to deal with such situations.

What’s more, the training can be modified based on the different roles in the company, making it possible to implement several fire outbreak scenarios, including the most common threats specific employees might face.


Leave no room for error

Having fire extinguishers in a building will not improve its fire safety unless occupants are trained to properly use them. The point is, a piece of equipment is only as useful as the person operating it.

Every person should also be aware of the consequences of not holding the extinguisher correctly; he or she may hurt themselves or have a problem putting the fire out. There is a serious risk here: using the wrong appliance can cause the fire to spread or even become larger.

Therefore, it is imperative that employees undergo appropriate fire extinguisher training specifically designed for the building they are in. In most cases, small fires can be extinguished before the activation of automatic sprinkler systems, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars in clean-up and lost revenue.


Process and project scope



The main goal of the VR fire extinguisher training is to place an employee in a particular scenario – an outbreak of fire in an office room. Through interactions with designated 3D objects, he or she needs to activate the alarm, notify the services and put out the fire with a fire extinguisher.


Our dev team was challenged to create an interactive office room, reconstruct the fire (based on the script) and add a voice layer. The VR fire extinguisher training participant had the opportunity to move and use fire extinguishers, alarms and a telephone. Their knowledge was verified using an extensive quiz.


The client knew exactly what he needed. At the very beginning of our cooperation, we received a number of references from similar apps, indicating the scope of functionality and appearance of the VR fire extinguisher training. He also provided our team with a detailed app scenario – including a script for the voice actor and Q&A session.

Technology stack

We create the real value

This VR fire extinguisher project was created using the Unity Engine. It works on Oculus Quest but can also be customized for any other VR headset.

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