First Aid Training in VR

Did you know that having knowledge in first aid is extremely important for your safety? Virtual Reality (VR) training can be an excellent tool for learning and refining these skills.

– Did you know that failure to provide assistance in life-threatening situations can lead to criminal liability?
– Do you believe that you and your employees are well-prepared for providing first aid at the workplace?
– Do you and your employees know how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)?
– How would you react if someone at your workplace needed urgent help?
Here are some benefits of conducting first aid training in VR:
1. Simulation of Various Scenarios: VR training allows for the realistic simulation of different situations where first aid may be required. You can learn how to respond to various injuries, medical incidents, and emergencies.
2. Preparation for Different Environments: VR training allows you to practice first aid in various environments, such as home, workplace, public places, or even outdoors. This helps you gain confidence and the ability to adapt your actions to the specific situation.
3. Making Informed Decisions: VR training helps you develop the skill of making sound decisions in emergency situations. By repeatedly practicing different scenarios, you learn to analyze the situation, assess priorities, and take appropriate steps.
4. Monitoring Progress: An intuitive accompanying app for VR training allows you to monitor your progress. You can track your achievements, save reports from simulations, and see your improvement over time, facilitating continuous skill enhancement.
5. Training at the Workplace: VR enables the organization of first aid training at the workplace without halting production. Scenarios can be tailored to specific hazards in a particular industry, allowing employees to acquire essential skills in the context of their daily duties.

A Few Statistics:

According to preliminary data from the Central Statistical Office (GUS), the main causes of death in the first half of 2021 were:
1. Cardiovascular diseases – 92,751 people,
2. COVID-19 – 56,897 people,
3. Cancerous diseases – 47,082 people,
4. Other causes – 20,713 people,
5. Respiratory system diseases – 13,584 people.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest: Time Is Critical

In Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), the mechanical function of the heart stops, causing a cessation of blood circulation. This is followed by secondary respiratory arrest, leading to irreversible brain damage. The number of deaths in Poland due to SCA is about 40,000 per year.

Did You Know…?

Many of these deaths could have been prevented with immediate Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) procedures?
Every minute of delay in performing defibrillation reduces survival chances by 3-4%.
SCA is the most common cause of death in Europe?
“If more people knew how to provide first aid in sudden cardiac arrest, 100,000 lives could be saved annually in Europe” – European Resuscitation Council

What Are the Benefits of Conducting First Aid Training in VR?

Properly preparing users to perform first aid with the possibility of simulating various scenarios (including using AED).
Preparing users to perform CPR in different environments.
Preparing to make appropriate decisions in case of various types of threats.
The ability to directly view and verify the results of a given training and the overall progress of users through an intuitive app.
The possibility to save and read reports from user group simulations on a server.
Preparing users with practical and theoretical knowledge in performing resuscitation.
Organizing training at the workplace through simulations, without stopping production.

Proper first aid training in Virtual Reality (VR) – Your safety in your hands!