Virtual Reality EHS Work at Heights Training

Virtual Reality

It is estimated that millions of construction workers, or more than half of the construction industry, work on scaffolds on a regular basis. Using virtual reality technology in safety at height training can help protect these workers from scaffold-related accidents, at savings for companies of millions of dollars in workdays not lost.

Our VR safety training is intended to reinforce existing safety practices and help employees understand how catastrophic and severe incidents can result from poor planning and work practices. On a simulated worksite, a learner must practice working with objects on a scaffold, beyond a scaffold, with a scaffold, carry out inspections and identify potential risks.

Implementing our VR safety training can provide a high-fidelity simulated learning experience. It lowers training risk, and can be delivered in a practical training environment. Virtual reality Work at Heights Training can also increase training quality and knowledge retention.

The ability to control the environment saves time and money. What’s more, VR removes the danger while providing trainees with a better understanding of job tasks and associated hazards.


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Work at height remains one of the highest risk jobs. Each year thousands of workers are injured, and a number are killed in scaffold-related incidents. The four main hazards associated with worker injuries or fatalities associated with scaffolds are falls, scaffold collapse, being struck by falling materials, and electrocution.

With so many workers exposed to hazards from scaffolds, working at height safety training needs to be a priority. Only safe work conditions and actions will prevent unnecessary injuries when working on ever changing structures, and scaffold safety training topics must include identification of fall hazards, falling tools and materials hazards, and knowledge of electrical hazards.

Virtual reality technology can take the user through a simulated preparation to perform a task at height. In addition, VR affords the trainee a complete idea of what it is like to work at height and gives them the opportunity to learn a range of skills such as hazard detection while remaining in a safe environment. Further, VR is a key tool to improve engagement, enhance understanding and increase knowledge retention. It gives any business a higher return on investment on their training spend.


Our EHS Scaffolding Safety Training in VR is a high-end learning solution that teaches how to use a scaffold and recognize hazards associated with different types of scaffolds. What’s more, the learner can understand procedures to control or minimize electrical hazards, fall hazards, and falling object hazards.

For those who work at height, our virtual reality experience generates a powerful sense of realism and incredible reproduction of working environments. In fact, this is crucial.

Using a simulated world and a set of real-life scaffolding scenarios, this VR training aims to influence behavioral and attitudinal change. Each scenario is in a fully immersive 3D environment, and a new or veteran employee can fortify the know-how of scaffolding equipment and enhance safety awareness.

Our VR training leverages the different senses from the trainee and provides a unique experience to help in understanding the importance of safety procedures and requirements while working on a scaffold.

Plus, it can provide the kind of support that helps visual and hands-on learners become confident and master key safety concepts. After each training a learner can receive instant feedback to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses.

In our EHS training a scaffold worker can encounter virtual reality in many tasks. For instance, the basics of scaffold and working at height safety, scaffold hazard recognition, types of scaffolding dangers, fall protection, proper scaffolding use and accident prevention.

Importantly, learners can complete the same training tasks more than once. Potential scenarios can include movable scaffolding training, aerial platform training, and static scaffolding training. Above all, trainees can get real-world practice without worrying about real-world consequences.

A part of what we do is design and create interactive training modules which offer new pathways for improving outcomes in high-proficiency training. In particular, this VR training contains a tutorial. We want to make sure that it’s maximally user-friendly for people who do not have much digital experience, and accessible for people of all ages.

What’s else, our immersive training modules ensure that the training can be provided to employees at any location and on any VR-enabled device.

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