Virtual Reality Demonstration

Cat® Safety VR

An Immersive Safety Training Experience

Virtual Reality Training

Effective Learning with Virtual Reality Training

Ensure your safety training creates a learning experience to remember while focusing on the right topics that instill a strong culture of safety excellence.

90% of incidents are caused by unsafe behaviors, not unsafe conditions

This virtual reality training focuses on learning safe behaviors and effectively communicating and interacting with others on a jobsite.

Virtual reality training is an effective, best-in-class learning experience that requires task competence, offers feedback and follow through, is interactive and defines expectations.

With Cat® Safety VR learners are immersed into a virtual jobsite and the experience is so realistic the learner's brain captures the training like a memory, creating greater retention than traditional learning.  

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Listen to Episode 21 of the Thinking Forward podcast, produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), featuring Cat® Safety VR. In this episode Caterpillar Safety Services takes AEM inside the Cat® Safety VR program, including a memorable hands-on demo, and explains the lessons that other equipment manufacturers can take away from the program’s success—like why workers who are trained on VR systems are more likely to remember their training than those who learn in a traditional classroom setting.

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Real Scenarios

The VR experience starts with a virtual flyover of a four-lane highway project. Then the user is prompted by voice commands to practice using the control to understand how to navigate and interact within the virtual world.  

The first scene of the training experience places the user, who is playing the role of a new employee, in a pre-shift huddle near the bed of a pickup truck with the rest of the crew and foreman. The foreman speaks to the crew about personal protective equipment and speaking up when a hazard or unsafe behavior is recognized in the work area.

Clear expectations for giving and receiving safety feedback and desired actions for the day is made clear by the foreman in an overview of the day's work.

Huddle Huddle

The next scenario dispatches the user to the taper to inspect traffic control devices with the foreman and learns priceless lessons on staying focused around unpredictable public traffic and watching out for coworkers.

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A radio call then sends the user further up the paving train to perform ground work near the paver and backing, dumping trucks.  They must negotiate blind spots and precarious interactions around, under and between machines

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Nearby, an excavator is digging a trench for utilities.  A coworker is using a concrete saw and the user is asked to assist.  They discover that standard PPE is sometimes not enough.

The day wraps up with a lesson on the importance of housekeeping and reinforces the positive lessons learned on their shift. The superintendent reinforces with the user that there is nothing more important or urgent on the job that is worth risking their safety or anyone else’s safety.   

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