VR Training for Corporate First Responders

Virtual Reality for Workplace Emergency Training

Building new realities in 21st Century workforce training.

Safety Training That Prepares Employees for Real-Life Emergencies

Health and safety training with VR has been proven to improve learner recall accuracy, learning retention, and takes less time to train. And companies using VR for workplace safety training have seen less employee disability days from safety incidents and qualitatively have noted that employees actually enjoy the training.

VR Training Course Users Are :

4x faster to train compared to classroom training

2.75x more confident to apply skills learned after training

3.75x more connected to content than classroom learners

4x more focused than e-learning peers

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Construction is also seeing financial benefits from less travel costs for training, less time away from the workplace due to injury, as well as less OSHA compliance issues. Plus filling the skilled labor gap means more work gets done and that means higher revenue.

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VR Training Is Making Corporate Safety Teams Better Prepared for Emergencies

Emergency response training is an important part of workplace safety. Having an emergency action plan and classroom training is a great start. But to truly prepare for emergencies, corporate first responders need to practice real-life emergency response. In order to ensure employees can respond appropriately in a stressful situation, they need experience in medical and hazardous scenarios—which is hard to achieve in a classroom setting.

Companies need a more immersive and effective emergency training solution, and virtual reality can provide that. Virtual reality (VR) technology simulates emergency scenarios that feel very real—putting the employee into training scenarios where their true response readiness can be tested. Virtual reality studies have proven that VR training reduces the time needed to train, results in better learning retention, and provides real-world experience without real-world risk.

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PIXO VR Emergency Response Training: Your Insurance for Workplace Safety

PIXO VR helps companies meet OSHA compliance for emergency and safety training. PIXO provides a marketplace of standard VR safety training like Fire Suppression, Hazard Recognition, and Fire Extinguisher Training. It also has medical emergency training courses like Automated External Defibrillator, CPR, and First Aid. PIXO and its VR partners create VR experiences that engage your employees, while giving them a life-like simulation—which is a powerful learning environment. PIXO can also help companies who have unique workplace hazards or emergency response procedures create VR training scenarios appropriate for their requirements.

Virtual reality is a great addition to your corporate safety training program. VR training works well with existing training when it is used to break up a long day of classroom training. Alternatively, VR headsets can be used remotely—allowing employees to absorb content at their location in smaller chunks when they have the time.

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VR content through PIXO comes with robust data tracking and reporting metrics on training effectiveness. This data gives Health and Safety Directors the visibility they need to set the proper standards for safety and compliance in the workplace, minimizing risks and mistakes, and reducing the potential for OSHA fines and lawsuits.

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