This VR simulation enables participants to role-play inevitable fire accident simulations.
Virtual Reality version of the simulation is an affordable alternative, allowing to manage costs of the simulator installation while maintaining high realism of situations.
Such training is based on IOGP Life-Saving Rules and is meant to draw attention to the activities, which are most likely to lead to a fatality and the life-saving actions over which an individual has control.
This VR training is intended to raise personal awareness of struck-by and caught-in-between hazards. Line of fire hazards are not always obvious or constant and can be introduced as the task progresses (e.g. underground and overhead powerlines, pipelines, objects under pressure, stored energy, lines under tension, poorly supported excavations, shifting cargo, moving equipment).
At all times individuals need to continually monitor their surroundings and position themselves to avoid being in the line of fire. This includes ensuring they are visible to vehicle drivers and equipment operators. Individuals recognize when they create a line of fire hazard and put others or themselves in the line of fire.