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Attensi is joining a host of big names, including Tesla’s Elon Musk, at the ONS energy conference in Stavanger, Norway.
Topping the ONS agenda is what a green future looks like for the energy industry, including new technologies, new forms of leadership, and new business models.
And to bring about positive change, you’ll need to redefine the way you train – and that’s where Attensi comes in.
From August 29 to September 1, we’ll be at conference stand 4315. Come and speak to our amazing team or book a demo with us today.
Energy giant Equinor puts its trust in Attensi’s health and safety training
Partnering with Norwegian energy giant Equinor, we created a safety training programme to help its 21,000-strong workforce understand best safety practices.
Using video game-style simulations, we developed true-to-life scenarios that offshore workers might encounter on a day-to-day basis. For example, one scenario tasked users with identifying potential hazards on a rig.
Erik Sorhaug, innovation and services lead, said: “This mission-critical training is designed to ensure that everyone, from a new technician heading offshore for the first time to the lead of the rig platform, can follow optimal safety practices.”
And the results speak for themselves:
90% staff approval rating
6 repetitions per user
90% of staff found the 3D scenarios representative of their day-to-day work
“Safety is at the heart of what we do, and this gamified training provides real understanding that more passive webinars or training videos simply can’t match.”
– Erik Sorhaug, Innovation and Services Lead, Equinor
Hydro: Building safety culture at scale with gamified simulations
Global renewable energy and aluminium manufacturer Hydro needed a different training solution to get new staff up to speed with its extensive health and safety charter.
Working with Attensi BEHAVIOUR, the Hydro team launched an immersive 3D simulation that recreates a range of challenging work safety situations that staff are likely to face in their day-to-day jobs.