KBC TRAINING
WORKING AT HEIGHTS

WORKING AT HEIGHTS VR TRAINING

KBC established a world-class training facility in Richards Bay South Africa. As a forward-thinking company, KBC was looking for an innovative way to use technology to improve and streamline their working at heights induction course. The challenge that KBC faced was how to make this course realistic so that it would give trainees an understanding of real-world working conditions.

CLIENT:

KBCSA

SERVICE:

Virtual Reality

PLATFORM:

OCULUS QUEST

THE WORKING AT HEIGHTS VR APPLICATION

After numerous consultations and visits to various KBC training facilities, it was decided that a highly realistic virtual reality training course would be the most effective solution. Using an Oculus Quest standalone headset, trainees were able to experience the immersive nature of virtual reality as they completed various tasks and procedures.

PPE
SELECTION

Personal Protection Equipment is imperative to ensure workers on safety while on site. In order for users to progress through our working at heights training solution, they are first required to select the correct PPE for the job.

SCAFFOLDING INSPECTION/ HAZARD IDENTIFICATION:

To reduce the risk of accidents and death, workers must have the ability to identify hazards and deal with them accordingly. Our solution requires trainees to identify multiple hazards associated with scaffolding.

TOOL HANDLING
MANAGEMENT

When climbing up scaffolding or ladders, users need to be able to manage their tools and let them be lifted with a hoist. This further cements the importance of tool management when working at height.

HARNESS
APPLICATION

When climbing scaffolding or a ladder, workers must use a harness to secure themselves to a series of anchor points. Our working at heights solution allows users to perform this process virtually and suffer the consequences of their actions if they do not comply with the correct process or make a mistake.

HEIGHTS
PERCEPTION

When users climb to the top of the building, they get a real perception of how it feels to work at heights. Once highly elevated above the rest of the construction site, trainees will attach themselves to a sliding harness and walk out across a platform to complete the course.

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