Hard Hat VR
Hard Hat VR
Hard Hat VR provides immersive training and simulation experiences using the power of Virtual Reality. Our team is dedicated to developing training solutions that can help save lives, protect resources, and Increase productivity. Our products include Off-The-Shelf VR Training for the Construction Industry, Warehousing, Manufacturing, as well as Custom VR Development.
Demo Available on ArborXR
Lockout Tagout: Electrical Room
Device Compatibility: HTC, Meta Quest, PICO
Overview: Every year, electrical hazards injure thousands across the globe. While arc flashes and other dangers lurk around electrical areas, understanding the basics of electrical safety is the first step to preventing these risks. Dive into this demo to acquaint yourself with the core principles surrounding electrical safety, even before the full lockout and tagout procedures.
What You’ll Learn: This brief introduction is designed to offer a glimpse into the world of electrical safety. In this demo, participants will:
- Grasp the importance and the basics of electrical safety.
- Get introduced to electrical safety Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
- Experience hands-on interaction with a voltage meter.
- Understand the context and risks surrounding electrical work areas.
- This demo sets the stage for the comprehensive course, which delves deeper into the intricacies of the lockout-tagout process, arc flash prevention, and other essential electrical safety measures.
- Categories: Warehouse & Manufacturing Industries
- Simulation Length: 8-12 minutes
- Language(s) : English
Top Product Offerings
Electricity has long been recognized as a serious workplace hazard. Many workers are unaware of the potential electrical hazards present in their work environment, which makes them more vulnerable to the danger of electrocution. This has resulted in hundreds of workers being killed or injured every year due to exposure to hazardous electrical energy. Electric shock, burns and falls are some of the hazards associated with working with electricity; electrocution is death by electric shock. Working with and around electricity should be taken seriously as a dangerous business.
What You’ll Learn:
The primary goal of this course is to teach workers safe work procedures to follow while working around electrical hazards in a construction environment. Users will learn:
- The risks to electrical hazards on a construction site and how shocks occur.
- Recognition and avoidance of common electrical hazards.
- Procedures for preventing contact with overhead power lines.
- Information on extension cords and other electrical equipment.
- Electrical safety-related work practices.
- Understand the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required on the job site
The Construction Electrical Hazard awareness simulation is ideal for employees or supervisors who work in or around active construction sites.
The average height of a single story construction project is about 14 feet. While this may not seem like much, a fall from this height can cause serious damage; 4 out 5 falls from over 11 feet end in death. In fact, 1,008 workers died as a result of workplace falls in 2018. 33.5% of these deaths were in construction, making fatal falls OSHA’s number one accident that can occur on the jobsite. However, fatal falls are 100% avoidable.
What You’ll Learn:
The primary goal of this course is to teach workers safe procedures when working at heights on a construction site. The user will learn how to:
- Utilize a personal fall arrest system
- Inspect and select a safety harness
- Inspect and select a lanyard
- Inspect and select an anchorage point
- Identify specific fall hazards
- Participate in preventing accidents on the jobsite
The Fall Protection awareness simulation is ideal for employees or supervisors who work in or around construction environments.
A scaffold is a temporary structure to enable to work at height and provide safety to workmen. Scaffolds are mainly required during construction activities, operation, maintenance, planned shutdown activities and on many other works at height activities.
According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), scaffold-related accidents result in roughly 60 deaths and 4,500 injuries every year. Falls from scaffolds account for roughly 25% of fatal falls from all working surfaces. Approximately 60 people die every year as a result of scaffold-related accidents.
The primary goal of this course is to teach workers safe work procedures to follow when working on or around scaffolding. Users will learn:
- How to identify common scaffolding hazards
- Preventing accidents on the job site
- The roll of the scaffolding competent person on a construction site.
- How to avoid common injuries’ associated with scaffolding
- Protocol for working around scaffolding.
The scaffolding awareness simulation is ideal for employees or supervisors who work in or around scaffolding on a construction site.
Fire safety becomes everyone’s job at a worksite. Employers should train workers about fire hazards in the workplace and about what to do in a fire emergency. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) estimates that the fire department responds to a fire every 24 seconds, a fire-related injury occurs every 35 minutes, and a fatality every 144 minutes in the United States. As a result of these frequent fires, the U.S. Fire Administration estimated losses of $26.5 billion in 2018. This Simulation educates on the dangers and causes of fire, along with control and prevention practices.
The primary goal of this course is to teach workers safe work procedures to be aware of and mitigate warehouse fires in a warehouse environment. The user will learn:
- How to identify specific warehouse fire hazards
- Participate in preventing accidents in the warehouse
- What to do in the event of a fire
- The proper use of a fire extinguisher to put out a fire
The Warehouse Fire Hazard Awareness simulation is ideal for employees or supervisors who work in or around warehouse operations.
Warehouses can be dangerous places to work in. It is important to understand common warehouse dangers and hazards because they can cause injuries and in extreme cases death. All jobs come with their own occupational hazards, but a warehouse in particular can be incredibly risky – especially when the dangers are less obvious. It’s easy to take safety for granted. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported an average of 16 fatalities every year in the U.S. warehousing and storage sector and a reported injury and illness rate of 5 out of every 100 warehouse and storage workers.
The primary goal of this course is to teach you safe work procedures to follow in a warehouse environment. You will learn how to maintain a safe warehouse and identify common hazards:
- Routines for maintaining a safe warehouse
- Safe material handling and storage procedures
- How to prevent and prepare for emergencies
- Safe lifting techniques
- Protocol for working around forklifts and other heavy equipment
- Working safely near loading docks.
The Warehouse Hazard awareness simulation is ideal for employees or supervisors who work in or visit warehouses.
ArborXR Demo Available: Yes
Trial Period Offered: Yes
Regions Supported: North America