Industrial Safety VR KIT (Port Worker Industrial Accident)

Port Worker Industrial Accident

Industrial Safety VR KIT

We develop virtual reality safety education and training for safety education of port workers
who are exposed to dangerous environments, promote safe ports, and contribute
to understanding port safety missions to enhance the competitiveness of the port industry.

To enhance the experience effect and enable repeated training,
it provides a 5-10 minute running time, sound effects and guide voices to induce immersion in the experience,
and a guide UI, and a resolution of 2K or higher.


Increase educational
effect & 
induce immersion


  • Based on a realistic virtual environment to induce a high level of immersion for users
  • Description of work situation through voice and subtitles
  • Emphasis UI applied to recognize the exact cause of the accident
  • Retraining on safety precautions



Integrated
control system


  • Supporting educational content selection and simultaneous control convenience
  • Support for content progress information and user screen synchronization monitoring
  • Support for remote power management
  • User point of view support for operational content

Multi-linked
training mode


  • Single mode: Content experience according to the experience selected by each trainee
  • Multi-linked training mode: Supports cooperative and linked training of two or more people
  • CCTV interlocking: CCTV monitoring support for user safety and on-site situation confirmation


How contents work

Step 1
[Conduct Work] Experience work situations from a first-person perspective

Step 2
[Accident Experience] Experience the accident situation from a first-person point of view
Step 3
[Accident Cause Analysis] Analyzing the cause of the accident by looking at the situation reproduced from the third person point of view
Step 4
[Safety Situation Experience] Experience safe situations from a first-person point of view



5 scenarios (3 types of container terminal accidents / 2 types of port accidents)

[1] Laid in container

  1. [Conduct Work] Dismantling of the Racing cone from the first-person perspective of the victim (Racing worker) in the container terminal
  2. [Accident Experience] Conversion to the first-person view of the victim (rashing worker) under the container and accident experience
  3. [Accident Cause Analysis] Accident cause analysis and precautions
  4. [Safety Situation Experience] Conducting an experience that complies with safety rules
[2] Collision between Y/T and pedestrians

  1. [Conduct Work] In the pier apron, the victim (container crane driver) walks with an umbrella in the no-walk zone after finishing work from the first-person view
  2. [Accident Experience] Conversion to the first-person view of a walking victim (a container crane driver) and an accident experience
  3. [Accident Cause Analysis] Accident cause analysis and precautions
  4. [Safety Situation Experience] Conducting an experience that complies with safety rules

[3] Hatchcoming signal fall

  1. [Conduct Work] The victim (signal) from the first-person view in the dock looks down at the pipe using the work platform installed in the hatch coaming without safety measures
  2. [Accident Experience] Conversion to the first-person view of the victim (signal) on hatch coaming and experience of falling from the dock
  3. [Accident Cause Analysis] Accident cause analysis and precautions
  4. [Safety Situation Experience] Conducting an experience that complies with safety rules

[4] Falling cargo due to breakage

  1. [Conduct Work] Carrying out roll paper loading from the first-person view of the victim (crane operator) in the shipping workshop
  2. [Accident Experience] Conversion to the first-person view of the victim (general worker) under the cargo and experiencing the cargo fall accident
  3. [Accident Cause Analysis] Accident cause analysis and precautions
  4. [Safety Situation Experience] Conducting an experience that complies with safety rules

[5] Ship crashed into manhole

  1. [Conduct Work] Lashing work from the first-person view of the victim (night lashing worker) in the shipping shop
  2. [Accident Experience] Conversion to the first-person view of a victim (a night-time lasing worker) performing lashing fastening and Sanvik manhole fall experience
  3. [Accident Cause Analysis] Accident cause analysis and precautions
  4. [Safety Situation Experience] Conducting an experience that complies with safety rules



Still cuts by scenario

Scenario 1 Laid in container


Scenario 2 Collision between Y/T and pedestrians


Scenario 3 Hatchcoming signal fall


Scenario 4 Falling cargo due to breakage


Scenario 5 Ship crashed into manhole


(48732) 10th floor, 244, Jungang-daero, Dong-gu, Busan (Choryang-dong, Heungkuk Life Insurance Busan office building)

TEL : 051-977-0301 

FAX : 051-977-0302 

 MAIL : info@samwooim.com 

(48732) 10th floor, 244, Jungang-daero, Dong-gu, Busan (Choryang-dong, Heungkuk Life Insurance Busan office building)

TEL : 051-977-0301  |  FAX : 051-977-0302  |   MAIL : info@samwooim.com