Vector is a company committed to safety, not just for their people but also the communities and businesses they serve. This led Vector to explore new innovative ways of creating impact with their driver safety training for the handling of LPG gas. Together we created a training simulation that recreated the gravity of an emergency situation for drivers and trained and tested team members on the best course of action.
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Revolutionizing safety training with immersive VR technology
The power of virtual reality enables drivers to access impactful safety training, anytime and anywhere. We developed a comprehensive programme that includes training on four different spill scenarios, with varying levels of risk. The immersive experience of VR training allows drivers to gain practical experience in a safe and controlled environment, without the need for costly and time-consuming real-life simulations. Plus, the use of VR can enhance the learning process, as it allows for more active and engaging participation, leading to better retention and recall of information.
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