Studies show that learning retention with virtual reality is 80-90% higher than traditional learning methods such as videos and PowerPoint. This is why many High Schools and Vocational Schools are starting to implement our technology.
Virtual Reality can introduce risks into your training program in a ZERO-RISK Environment. Students can practice and gain valuable experience before operating an actual forklift, thus helping with workforce development. Many companies are reducing their new hire training time and have also reported a 20% reduction in forklift incidents.
Still training the old fashioned way with outdated videos and PowerPoint? OSHA based curriculum and our Virtual Trainer provides instant voice feedback to correct bad driver behavior and reinforce good driving.
But virtual reality is only one piece of the training puzzle. How do you keep your employees engaged while promoting safety? Our MOBILE APP allows you to continuously keep safety on your employees minds.
Safety should not be an every 3 year reminder when it's time for recertification, but should be reinforced, daily, weekly and monthly. With our Command Post Mobile App, you can push out new training content, tests, quizzes and reward your employees for engagement and top performance. Who says training has to be punitive and boring?
Our solutions are scalable and we will work with you to make it fit into your budget!
The smallest, most realistic and lowest cost forklift simulator on the market. Gain hands on experience with ZERO-Risk! Test driving competency before you hire, saving you time & money.
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Our portable forklift simulator attaches to any desktop and comes with everything you need to start training in a military grade rolling case. Perfect for schools and companies with multiple locations. With dealers located across the U.S and Canada, you can now rent a simulator to prove the concept. Learn more .
Maintaining forklift safety should be one of the top concerns of any business owner because not only is it very dangerous to operate, but it can end up costing you money in OSHA violations and accidents.