Ineffective health & safety training is not only hazardous for your people
Coming home safely at the end of a workday is a fundamental right for everyone. But today, more than 2.3 million people suffer work-related accidents or illnesses every year.*
Failing to engage employees on H&S can have devastating consequences. Human tragedy aside, accidents can shut down your operation completely, with catastrophic implications for your business.
Creating a culture of safety is impossible without the right tools. But the effectiveness of traditional H&S training is questionable at best. Video, classroom, or e-learning courses are often tedious tick-box exercises that your staff suffer through, never to be repeated.
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 any of the company’s facilities across the world. In addition, a supporting Attensi SKILLS mobile app became the new standard to provide site access for staff and visitors.
134 minutes of play time per user who used the simulation.
80% of users certified using this training.
3.7 average number of repetitions per module, per user.
How K Line delivered its annual safety KPI in one quarter
International shipping operator K Line needed to build a culture of openness around on-board safety amongst seafaring staff.
In collaboration with Attensi and SAYFR, the company created an immersive 3D simulation of the seafarers’ working environment, designed to educate best practice and to test their abilities across a range of realistic scenarios.
After rolling-out its new simulation training, K Line met its ‘reported near misses’ key metric target for the whole year within one quarter.
“The main purpose of our project with SAYFR was to improve the level of maturity of the safety culture. To move from one of ‘cover-up’ to excellence culture, where our people learn from errors.”
Soeun Choi, Improvement Manager, K Line
Success through repetition
Driven by the best insights from workplace psychology, training, and gaming, Attensi solutions are designed to be repeated. Why?
Because documented research proves that repetition is essential to learning new skills and behaviours. If training only occurs once, after just one month, up to 80% of learning is lost.*
*Hermann Ebbinghaus – Memory; a Contribution to Experimental Psychology