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Increase awareness of the risk of dropped objects at an energy plant
Learning goal
Become aware of the risks of dropped objects
Main character
Mechanical engineer
The arena
Energy plant
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Game goal
Fix the pump as soon as possible
Main obstacle
The camera is hanging loose and there is time pressure
Successful ending
You fix the pump
Unsuccessful ending
Your colleague gets hurt
Other characters
Your manager and a maintenance colleague
Construction & offshore
Oil, gas & energy
Health & safety

Increase awareness of the risk of dropped objects at an energy plant

You are a mechanical engineer on an energy plant and your manager has requested a pump to be fixed as soon as possible. Otherwise the company loses an important client. Your coworker comes to assist you.

You rush to the pump and if you don’t take the time to look around, you won’t notice a large security camera hanging loose above the broken pump.

Your coworker insists the camera has been in that condition for a while now and won’t do any harm.

Your main challenge is to fix the pump on time but also make sure you work in a safe environment. If not taken care of, the camera falls and hurts your coworker while trying to fix the pump.

At the end of this training, you should have more awareness about the risk of dropped objects.

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