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The KBC Hazard Park

A leading learning centre of practical experience and theoretical knowledge

Further establishing our ZERO HARM ethos, Hazard Park is our virtual and interactive environment that simulates dangers in the workplace. A training zone located within a client’s workspace, a KBC Hazard Park simulates real-life hazards and dangerous situations that employees may encounter on the job.

Customised Hazard Park stations function as practical learning tools to train workers in health and safety procedures, allowing them to practise what they’ve learnt within a safe and controlled environment.

Hazard Park can simulate:

  • Working at heights
  • Confined spaces
  • Rigging and slinging
  • Isolation and Lockout
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Vehicle collision and blind spot
  • Lifting machinery and equipment
  • Conveyor
  • Slips and trips

Reinforcement of learning through practical exercises is proven to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries in the workplace and improve the overall safety culture of the organisation.

Contact us today to learn more about this training tool of the future, perfectly positioned to address your company’s safety needs.

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