CITB NI is bringing construction training to a whole new level with the their brand new virtual environment training facility at Nutts Corner Training centre.

The VET360 is an innovation new tool that provides a unique memorable immersive experience which gives the user instant access to construction sites in a workplace environment.

VET360 allows greater understanding and awareness of the work location. It improves design, planning, induction, briefings and training. Any potential safety risks are made obsolete by removing the need for access to the work location but are displayed as a virtual environment to simulate real life situations.

VET360 will reduce costs and minimise mistakes through better preparation, planning and staff development.

Benefits

  • Viewers can experience real time situations and identify hazards in complete safety
  • Work location training and assessment can be conducted in a risk free environment
  • The sound and vision approach will improve awareness, understanding and knowledge
  • It will improve design, planning, production and operations management
  • It will raise awareness and understanding of health & safety issues

This unique and memorable experience has many potential applications and can be used to capture a virtual version of your construction site or work location.

Source: http://www.citbni.org.uk

We think this is great news here at Breagh Recruitment, as more and more construction companies are investing in their Health & Safety policies and procedures. www.breaghrecruitment.com

April 29, 2016
citb

Viewers can experience real time situations and identify hazards in complete safety, taking training to a new level.

CITB NI is bringing construction training to a whole new level with the their brand new virtual environment training facility at Nutts Corner Training centre. The […]
April 28, 2016
image

Construction sector set to grow more than 20% in 2016

Ireland’s construction sector is set to grow by more than 20 per cent this year as it continues to recover, but output will still remain less […]
April 28, 2016
image-2

Sky’s the limit as construction group BAM buys cranes

The number of cranes on the Dublin skyline is expected to increase in the near future. Construction group BAM has purchased six new cranes in a €3 million […]
April 27, 2016
image

CRH sees first-half operating earnings nearing €1bn

Building materials group’s sales in its first quarter rise 9% on year CRH, Ireland’s largest publicly-quoted company, said it sees its first-half operating earnings to grow […]