Working At Heights Training

11% of workplace deaths are related to falls from heights, making it the second leading cause of unintentional death. With proper training in how to safely conduct work at a height, along with training in how to prepare for heights work, these types of accidents can be easily avoided. Next World’s Working At Heights experience provides an immersive situation where the user conducts work from inside an Elevated Work Platform. The experience also provides training in hazard detection and equipment inspection before the user can begin work, ensuring they know how to prepare for heights work.


Our Working at Heights experience also includes and in-depth hazard dectection module. Spot hazards that could pose serious injury or even death to both yourself or other workers in the experience, assess the risk and make sure that the correct control measures will be put in place.

100% risk free

The power of VR makes it feel like you really are working up high, even though you’re actually working safely from the comfort of your chair. There’s no need to place yourself in a dangerous situation – a completely risk free approach to Working At Heights training.


The Hazard Detection module in the experience also features eye tracking technology. While spotting hazards, the experience will be checking to see how long it takes for the hazard to be recognised, or if you’ll even recognise it at all.


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