Monday, August 31, 2020

2020 #VWEDU: Training in digital worlds: Signature Safety: in the trenches

Training in digital worlds: 
Signature Safety:  
In the trenches 

A video interview with people in a safety consulting firm showing the advantages offered  by scene simulations in a virtual world, such as Kitely.   
Signature Safety is a full-service environmental, health and safety (EHS) consulting firm with offices located in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Our clients span the spectrum of industries, from warehousing and distribution facilities to construction managers; from manufacturing to maintenance contractors; from municipal governments to construction subcontractors.
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Simulated instruction in safety training

  • A digital scene can safely simulate any chosen environment.

Business advantages

  • Low cost of facilities.
  • Custom builds.
  • World wide access. 
  • No transportation: Only the actual training time is charged against training. 
  • No travel costs.


  • Specific facilities can be duplicated.
  • Precision situated learning.
  • Teaches not just about emergency eye-wash, but where it is.
  • Customized scenes can be preserved at negligible cost

Team training

  • A team can work together in the simulated work site.
  • Team training supports social learning.
  • Management may learn from watching performance during team exercises,

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  • Selby Evans in Kitely and Hypergrid, Thinkerer Melville in Second Life.

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