(Case Study) Bringing Immersive Training to Hazardous Material Handling

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Solvay quickly identified a high-value training scenario that involved more than 20 distinct steps, many with multiple sub-steps, that was currently used to train employees and customers to safely unload H2O2 from a railcar. This training course was historically performed on-the-job as live training which increased the safety risk due to the highly combustible nature of H2O2’s interaction with organic materials, such as clothing and skin. VR training provided a safer, more effective and accessible way to train their workforce to unload H2O2 from a railcar into a qualified storage facility.