Plant risk prevention training was created by Ludus Global aimed at explaining the safety measures in industrial plants.
The simulation consists of various exercises covering different risks in the most important zones of the workplace.
The student learns by doing realistic exercises about risks and how to avoid them.
Featuring 8 comprehensive exercises for learning and practicing out of danger.
Plant risk prevention training objectives.
Detecting a variety of dangers in parts of the plant and learning to work safely avoiding said risks.
Raise workers’ awareness
Getting to know safety measures, PPE needed and making workers aware of their use in industrial environments.
Putting everything the student has learned to the test in a realistic and safe manner.
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Available exercises for Plant risk prevention
Dangerous zone signalling
The objective is for the student to get accustomed to using the different signalling elements to mark a hazard zone in the plant.
Cleaning common dirt
The student faces a simple situation where he must clean some dirt without the use of any cleaning product, taking the safety measures needed.
Exercise to raise awareness and evaluate, where the student must manipulate elements, having to assess the use of PPE according to each situation.
Exercise to raise awareness, aiming to teach the student perspective and visibility difficulties that a forklift operator faces, so he is aware of the risks of an inadequate walking circulation.
Cleaning filth with chemical products
Exercise where the student must choose the adequate PPE to clean using chemical products, avoiding suffering severe burns.
The student must complete the lockout and check of a press, proving he knows and correctly prevents the risks he is facing.
An apparently simple exercise where the student must cross the overpass using his hands to hold the railing. In case he doesn’t, he will fall down, with the objective of making him aware of the consequences of taking risks in the workplace.
Exercise that takes place while the student interacts with different elements in the plant, adopting the necessary safety measures to avoid being hit by a vehicle.
Why should you use Ludus for training?
Immersive training, completely base on experience and practical.
The person feels they are really there and interact with the scene happening.
Makes workers better equipped and make less mistakes.
The worker tests himself in different risk situations and is better prepared.
The other students can see onscreen the student’s training taking place.