Safety procedures have to be top of mind during every minute on the job.
There can be no exceptions; things can happen fast.
So 3D-based instruction, either an animation or an interactive 3D safety trainer, is a must. What’s the difference?
Use 3D animation when your trainees need to understand and remember concepts, processes, how things work. Things like:
How exactly safety equipment or failsafes work, and why not engaging them properly negates their benefit;
What happens “behind the scenes” of safety rules like not removing a radiator cap on a running engine;
What is meant exactly by a specific safety guideline or regulation.
Use interactive 3D safety trainers when trainees need to practice procedures, maintenance, or protocol. Good use cases include:
How to safely deploy equipment;
Regular equipment use;
Emergency safety protocols.
Interactive 3D safety trainers can be multi-subject and contain a large number of scenarios, tools, and procedures. Animation is best kept to one subject per animation to help comprehension, although you can have unlimited animations, each for a new subject.