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Safety Regulations While Excavating

Description

Excavation activities are fraught with danger. The existence of open-pit holes and underground cables mandates knowledgeable and skilled personnel to be on the field. Virtual Reality trains workers on the know-how of these processes through cutting-edge training solutions. In these modules, we have covered the key aspects of safe and unsafe practices involved while performing excavation activities in the following industries:

  1. Substations
  2. Transmission Lines
  3. Railways
  4. Oil & Gas
  5. Buildings & Factories
  6. Oil & Gas Sector

By considering the activities involved in all these verticals, we have covered the key aspects of safe and unsafe practices involved through the following immersive training modules:

  1. Opening, Cutting, & Barricading 
  2. Preparation of Excavation Plan 
  3. Working in an Excavated Pit 
  4. Excavation (Foundational Activity) 
  5. The Safe Way of Excavation
  6. Prerequisites for Trenching 
  7. Horizontal Directional Drilling 
  8. Excavation Related Hazards 

Each of these modules has been presented in a clear and concise manner to cater to the better understanding, retention, and safety of the trainees.

Number of Modules in Category: 8 (eight)

Duration of Module: 27 Minutes 17 Seconds

Description of Modules

Opening, Cutting & Barricading

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This Virtual experience module seeks to educate employees on maintaining safety precautions, which includes ensuring the crane outrigger is in good condition and complying with the given SOP. Using both safe and unsafe scenarios, this experience helps the workers in understanding that safety matters first.

Working in an Excavated Pit

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The workmen are prompted to take all the safety measures while working in an excavated pit, which includes keeping the excavated materials at least 1 metre from the edge of the pit, doing shoring wherever necessary, etc. Using both safe and unsafe scenarios, this experience helps the workers in understanding that safety matters first.

The Safe Way of Excavation

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This Virtual Reality experience educates workers on the know-how of safely an executing excavation process by marking the underground utility Cable by Chalk. Using both safe and unsafe scenarios, this experience helps the workers in understanding that safety matters first.

Horizontal Directional Drilling

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This Virtual Reality experience seeks to educate employees on the importance of Unsafe and Safe Practices. The User experiences the importance of barricading the surroundings of Bentonite pond and HDD Rig, and the coverage of the same with warning signs, Mobile Tanker and Bentonite Recycling Unit. 

Preparation of Excavation Plan

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In this Virtual Reality experience, the supervisor is trained to prepare a full-fledged excavation plan to be followed by all the workmen. Using both safe and unsafe scenarios, this experience helps the workers in understanding that safety matters first.

Excavation (Foundational Activity)

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This Virtual Reality experience shows users the importance of checking safety provisions before performing excavation activity.. Using both safe and unsafe scenarios, this experience helps the workers in understanding that safety matters first.

Prerequisites for Trenching

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This Virtual Reality experience touches on the prerequisites to be followed by workmen by conducting the path of Underground cable and using the Insulated crowbar while performing trenching in an Oil & Gas field. Using both safe and unsafe scenarios, this experience helps the workers in understanding that safety matters first.

Excavation Related Hazards

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Work in an excavation pit is tricky, and hence needs effectively trained forces in action. This Virtual Reality safety training involves an unsafe scenario where a Bogy Comes into Contact with a damaged charged cable or a low lying live conductor. Using both safe and unsafe scenarios, this experience helps the workers in understanding that safety matters first.