With hands and fingers being the body parts most often injured at work, this module is applicable to organizations in many industries. The hand and finger safety training course has been designed to be general in nature and so is relevant to any company exposed to manual work.
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Hands and Fingers Safety Training Details
The best results are achieved using our hand and finger safety training simulations on wireless VR headsets. They also run on PCs and soon on browsers and mobile, allowing for flexibility and cost-effective, quick deployment across large, dispersed organizations.
We provide access to Pixaera Learn, our intuitive platform through which you can remotely manage and measure our hand and finger safety training VR course online.
Yes, our systems are designed to be intuitive and easy to use. Once you’ve been onboarded by our team you can add users to Pixaera Learn and remotely deploy hand protection safety training via headsets or computers in seconds.
Pixaera Learn allows you to remotely manage users and track progress across your organization. You can track performance trends, extract actionable data, and identify and communicate hand and finger safety training goals with your team.
The deep behavioural analysis and insight you gain through our hand and finger safety training course can help you capture trends, identify safety improvement points and build a clear understanding of your workers’ safety competence across your organization. Our hand protection safety training experiences not only elevate your organization’s safety culture but demonstrate to internal and external stakeholders that you are at the forefront of safety.
Our hand and finger safety training course has built-in modification choices to allow for a good degree of customization. Get in touch to find out more about options for personalization.
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