Procedure

'Room of horrors'

'Room of horrors'

The 'Room of Horrors' recreates a 3D hospital room in great detail. Medical errors and risks are scattered throughout, and students are expected to identify them.

This method raises awareness in a fun way, while encouraging problem-solving. Unlike learning using a theory-based approach, the hazards of everyday clinical life can be experienced hands-on in the Room of Horrors.

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Patient Monitoring

Patient Monitoring

This AR simulator is a perfect digital twin of a physical patient monitor. It reacts to hundreds of physiological variables, exactly like a real monitor. It helps students understand how to interpret the data by being exposed to countless situations that may take years to encounter in real life.

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Forklift Inspection Training

Forklift Inspection Training

This Augmented Reality simulator is designed to help new or veteran employees inspect a powered industrial truck safely, protecting them and coworkers from any potential hazards associated with their use.

Trainees will acquire hands-on understanding of the major components of a forklift, and they'll learn how to do a pre-shift inspection by finding the flaws throughout the truck, to prevent accidents caused by faulty or aged equipment.

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Wounds

Wounds

The simulator demonstrates the essential steps to follow in the event of a simple wound, severe bleed, burn or fracture.

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Choking Hazard

Choking Hazard

The trainee will learn how to assist a person who is choking by using the five-and-five approach until the blockage causing the choking is dislodged.

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Malaise

Malaise

The trainee will learn how to put an unresponsive person in the Recovery Position, how to recognize the signs of a stroke, and how to help a person suffering from chest pain.

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Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac Arrest

The simulator helps students understand the key steps in carrying out adult CPR. How and when to start CPR, how to perform it to successful completion and  how to use an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator).

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LOTO (Lockout/Tagout)

LOTO (Lockout/Tagout)

In this AR training simulator, trainees will learn the objectives of LOTO procedures as well as the key steps and best practices to follow. They will learn to identify sources of energy, risks and consequences of inadequate management, for their own safety and for the safety of others.

They'll also be able to identify authorized and affected employees in Lockout/Tagout procedures, and when to utilize various types of lock and tag devices

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Fire Safety: 4 scenarios

Fire Safety: 4 scenarios

In this Augmented Reality (AR) fire safety simulator, trainees will learn how to behave when facing a possible fire situation.

Four different scenarios enable employees to identify which fire-fighting equipment they should use to stop the fire from spreading. Each of your employees should feel comfortable with the idea of having to use portable fire extinguishers.

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Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Four loads must be prepared for lifting. The user has to choose the right equipment from the rack: slings, shackles, hooks, protections, etc.

Then they must decide on the most appropriate and efficient hitch type to meet the requirements of their mission. For example, they may  have to rig the load and make sure there is no risk of scratching it during the lift.

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Using a Lifeline

Using a Lifeline

This simulator is designed to help new employees learn the basics on how to use a lifeline safely with a shock absorber.

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'Room of horrors'

'Room of horrors'

The 'Room of Horrors' recreates a 3D hospital room in great detail. Medical errors and risks are scattered throughout, and students are expected to identify them.

This method raises awareness in a fun way, while encouraging problem-solving. Unlike learning using a theory-based approach, the hazards of everyday clinical life can be experienced hands-on in the Room of Horrors.

Read more →
Patient Monitoring

Patient Monitoring

This AR simulator is a perfect digital twin of a physical patient monitor. It reacts to hundreds of physiological variables, exactly like a real monitor. It helps students understand how to interpret the data by being exposed to countless situations that may take years to encounter in real life.

Read more →
Forklift Inspection Training

Forklift Inspection Training

This Augmented Reality simulator is designed to help new or veteran employees inspect a powered industrial truck safely, protecting them and coworkers from any potential hazards associated with their use.

Trainees will acquire hands-on understanding of the major components of a forklift, and they'll learn how to do a pre-shift inspection by finding the flaws throughout the truck, to prevent accidents caused by faulty or aged equipment.

Read more →
Wounds

Wounds

The simulator demonstrates the essential steps to follow in the event of a simple wound, severe bleed, burn or fracture.

Read more →
Choking Hazard

Choking Hazard

The trainee will learn how to assist a person who is choking by using the five-and-five approach until the blockage causing the choking is dislodged.

Read more →
Malaise

Malaise

The trainee will learn how to put an unresponsive person in the Recovery Position, how to recognize the signs of a stroke, and how to help a person suffering from chest pain.

Read more →
Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac Arrest

The simulator helps students understand the key steps in carrying out adult CPR. How and when to start CPR, how to perform it to successful completion and  how to use an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator).

Read more →
LOTO (Lockout/Tagout)

LOTO (Lockout/Tagout)

In this AR training simulator, trainees will learn the objectives of LOTO procedures as well as the key steps and best practices to follow. They will learn to identify sources of energy, risks and consequences of inadequate management, for their own safety and for the safety of others.

They'll also be able to identify authorized and affected employees in Lockout/Tagout procedures, and when to utilize various types of lock and tag devices

Read more →
Fire Safety: 4 scenarios

Fire Safety: 4 scenarios

In this Augmented Reality (AR) fire safety simulator, trainees will learn how to behave when facing a possible fire situation.

Four different scenarios enable employees to identify which fire-fighting equipment they should use to stop the fire from spreading. Each of your employees should feel comfortable with the idea of having to use portable fire extinguishers.

Read more →
Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Rigging: Preparing loads for overhead lift

Four loads must be prepared for lifting. The user has to choose the right equipment from the rack: slings, shackles, hooks, protections, etc.

Then they must decide on the most appropriate and efficient hitch type to meet the requirements of their mission. For example, they may  have to rig the load and make sure there is no risk of scratching it during the lift.

Read more →
Using a Lifeline

Using a Lifeline

This simulator is designed to help new employees learn the basics on how to use a lifeline safely with a shock absorber.

Read more →

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