Identification and Analysis of Safety Hazards on the Virtual Construction Site
People retain as much as 20 percent more information when they learned in VR compared to textbook-based lessons.
Experience hazards in a simulated environment so that you're ready for the real hazards on the job.
The safest worker is the one who remembers their training. Learning in VR gives you a better chance of remembering critical information when you need it most.
Learn how to spot the dangers to avoid getting struck by falling objects or moving machinery.
Working with electricity comes with significant risk of explosion. Learn how to spot dangerous situations before its too late, and learn how to respond in case something happens.
Ergonomics may not be the first thing to come to mind when you consider workplace hazards. However, improper use of tools can lead to long-term injuries that prevent you from continuing work. Learn safe equipment handling procedures as well as how to sit and stand to prevent back injuries.
Electricians must exercise extreme caution because their job poses serious risk of electrocution. Learn what to avoid to limit your chances of electrocution and learn what to do if you or a colleague touch a live wire.
“The challenge in our pre-apprenticeship program is that while we are tasked with preparing trainees for work, we cannot just bring them to a real job site. With IBEW Virtual Reality (VR) Safety, trainees put on VR headsets and become aware of the dangers without being in harm’s way.”