Interactive safety training
Tap Into Safety’s prebuilt safety training modules are developed using industry best practice. The panoramic scenes are examples of typical work environments and draw on hazards pertinent to the scenes.
A single URL is provided to access the training and this can be placed onto your portal, LMS or you can email the URL to your employees to complete a module. Each completion of a training module uses one credit.
The simple URL integration enables use within your current Safety Induction and Workplace Safety Training.
We are regularly adding new modules, but if you are looking for a customised module please contact us to discuss.
Civil Works and Traffic Management
This module uses a road works scene to focus on controlling the site for unauthorised access from the public. Traffic management is a key area in the module and the focus is on demarcated work zones, machine, exclusion zones, dust and visibility, and working alongside live traffic.
This module would suit companies who undertake food preparation for worksites and restaurants and cafes. The module shows a typical kitchen set-up and covers food preparation, storing food, slips and trips, and good cleaning practices.
This module presents a typical pick and pack dispatch yard attached to a warehouse to look at people and forklift and delivery truck interaction, manual handling, storage of stock and chemicals, and fire hazards.
Falls from Height: Multi-Storey Construction
This module would suit companies involved in commercial construction activities. The training content has been developed with assistance from the Master Builders Association Western Australia (MBAWA). The module focuses on fall hazards and risks, holes and penetrations, and edge protection.
Falls from Height: Residential Construction
This module would suit companies involved in residential and house-building construction activities. The training content has been developed with assistance from the Master Builders Association Western Australia (MBAWA). The module focuses on fall hazards and risks, work platforms, edge protection, and fall zones.
This module presents an example of a service call out for a truck that has broken down on the side of the road. It would be suitable for businesses that provide road side maintenance services. Hazards include, working alongside a busy roadway, manual handling, safe access and egress and working in isolation.
Main Roads WA Sign Erection Requirements
This module details the requirements of Main Roads Western Australia in erection of signs for contractors conducting this work. The module details the specifications to erect signs as well as details the signs that are contractor’s responsibilities to maintain.
This module uses a typical workshop scene that could be used in all businesses that have maintenance workshops. Hazards that are present in the scene focus on keeping clear of suspended loads, using power tools, wearing correct PPE and hot work.
This module uses a typical workshop scene that could be used in all businesses that have mechanical workshops. Hazards that are present in the scene focus on keeping access and walkways clear, signage and unauthorised entry, storage of materials and hazardous goods, and PPE.
Mining Processing Plant
This module uses a typical mining processing plant area scene that could be used in all mining businesses that process and transport ore. The obvious hazards that can be seen in the panorama and training and assessment are focusing on conveyors and other moving plant.
People and Plant
This module would suit companies who undertake civil construction and construction work with content focusing on mobile plant and workers on foot and plant including excavators, cranes, tele-handlers and loaders. The training content has been developed with assistance from the Master Builders Association WA.
Plant Worker Interface Road Resurfacing
This module uses a road resurfacing scene to show the interaction between people and plant in operation, demarcation and no-go areas, and occupational hygiene hazards. The training content has been developed with assistance from the Australian Asphalt Pavement Association (AAPA).
This module uses a typical road construction scene. The module has a focus on people and plant interaction, and covers issues of working on a live road including interaction with the public.
Road Spray Sealing
This module uses a road works scene to focus on hazards associated with building new roads and spray sealing asphalt. The module focusses on working around moving plant that is reversing and driving over newly laid road base, working with hot bitumen, and keeping the worksite intact.
Roadside Vegetation Management
This module would be useful for companies providing roadside maintenance services and uses a typical road scene to show routine maintenance around the road embankments to clear vegetation including PPE protection, verge clearing, chemical handling, and rubbish clearing.
Scaffolding: Under and On
This module would suit companies who use fixed, frame, and modular scaffolds . The training content has been developed with assistance from the Master Builders Association Western Australia (MBAWA). This module has two panoramic scenes beginning on a lower floor of a high-rise building and moving up to the top floor.
This module would suit companies involved in construction, civil construction, infrastructure, roadworks and maintenance work that requires traffic management. The module consists of three panoramic scenes that cover setting up and packing up the traffic management area, and managing open and closed work sites.
This module uses a typical office setting to investigate workplace hazards. This module could be used by any company that has workers in an office environment and focuses on typical office hazards such as ergonomics, manual handling, slips, trips and falls, and fire and electrical hazards.