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Virtual Reality for Enhanced Safety Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Morgan Cihak
11:55
https://www.nsc.org/workplace/safety-topics/work-to-zero/resources
Kelly Gonter
16:48
Hi everyone! Kelly Gonter Health and Safety Training manager UPS
Jeri Duttenhofer
17:18
Jeri Duttenhofer, Safety Manager with Argos USA LLC, in Cement and Concrete. I'm interested in VR for 3 points of contact from ascending and descending mobile equipment.
Enrique Cachafeiro
17:37
Enrique Cachafeiro, Duke Health Safety Office Training Coordinator. We are piloting the use of VR for training and one way NSC could help is by making safety related assets and 3D objects, freely accessible.
Sabrina Freewynn
17:38
Sabrina Freewynn, SAIF (Workers' comp in Oregon). Testing out VR for training and AR for remote consulting currently.
Max Smith
17:40
Hello -- Max Smith, Washington Metrorail Safety Commission
Bridget Morris
17:45
Bridget Morris, SHE Manager-Innovation Synthomer plc. We have not used VR or AR but would love to use for hazard identification.
Nicolle Nyzio
17:45
Hi! Nicolle Nyzio, Regional EHS Coordinator Americas for Heraeus. Looking for new ways to reduce risk.
Dani Sayeau
17:46
Hi there! Dani Sayeau, Lead Designer at Yulio and head of XR Training at Pixel Tours
Michael Hill
17:48
Hello! Michael Hill, safety consultant at SAIF Corporation, Oregon's State Accident Insurance Fund. Glad to be here.
Chrystal Poczekaj
17:56
Hello, everyone! I'm Chrystal Poczekaj, I'm a Safety Trainer for Charleston Water System (Water Utility in SC).
Emily Whitcomb
18:51
Hello everyone!
Richard Berthiaume
18:57
Richard Berthiaume-Safety Management Consultant, Loss Control for MEMIC Insurance
Katlyn Pace
19:18
Hello! Katlyn Pace, workers comp/safety specialist for GE Johnson Construction Company in Colorado.
Joanne Nutter
19:43
Hi everyone. Joanne Nutter Clifford Power Systems Inc Tulsa OK want to see how this works in training
Rex Chapman
19:50
Hello. Rex Chapman. EHS Specialist with Ever-GreenEnergy in STP, MN. Looking for new ways to help with safety.
Courtney Ritchie
19:54
Hello everyone, I'm Courtney Ritchie, H&S Training Specialist for Ecolab. I'm looking for more information regarding VR in general.
Samantha O'Kelley
23:15
Samantha O'Kelley, HSE Regional Manager - Services for Terex. Service teams are very open to using technology, but has been a challenge to convince to invest in.
Sonia Godoy-Tundidor
35:59
Hi everyone! Sorry, I had to step out for a while. Sonia Godoy-Tundidor here, Lab Safety Coordinator at the University of Vermont
Jeri Duttenhofer
45:21
We implemented VR for a Ready Mix trucks (concrete mixer) roll over simulation to "encourage" people to avoid roll overs. Our roll over incidents decreased significantly.
Jen Lastra
49:14
Thanks Sabrina - got it
Kelly Gonter
50:08
Right! 5G is intriguing because the problem with these technologies are the file sizes that are not practical for most situations.
Kelly Gonter
52:53
Intuitively the more realistic you can make the training to the actual work environment, the greater learning retention and reduced learning curve.
Enrique Cachafeiro
54:22
You could even record if they were looking at the right gauge or sensor before or during a task.
Kelly Gonter
59:12
yes, makes perfect sense. the more real the video, the more you can picture yourself in that situation. helps you empathize.
Kelly Gonter
01:01:44
also there's the ick factor of using shared equipment on your face. :)
Enrique Cachafeiro
01:02:02
low-incidence, high-risk scenarios are a good candidate
Dr. Gregory Garrett
01:03:21
There are covers that can be used when sharing systems between users and fairly inexpensive
Lori Guasta
01:03:55
generations
Kelly Gonter
01:03:59
So true that fun is vital to learning!
Sabrina Freewynn
01:04:02
retention? (wink)
Enrique Cachafeiro
01:04:23
we should be doing this in VR. Next time maybe?
Kelly Gonter
01:05:51
Very helpful!
Kelly Gonter
01:06:02
WebGL Web Graphics Library
Enrique Cachafeiro
01:08:41
Good idea. There are also issues with eye discomfort as folks forget to blink apparently while wearing the device.
Kelly Gonter
01:08:51
Excellent panel! Thank you!!
Enrique Cachafeiro
01:09:03
Yes, very interesting, thank you!
Chrystal Poczekaj
01:09:04
Thank you! This has a been a great webinar!
Jen Lastra
01:09:09
For micro-learning - VR for 3-5 mins is ideal
Katlyn Pace
01:09:23
Thank you, very informative!
Enrique Cachafeiro
01:09:25
So right Jen.
Sonia Godoy-Tundidor
01:09:48
Thank you very much all and have a good afternoon!