With Game-Based Learning

Reduce Safety Incidents by 30%

Efficiently training employees in safety knowledge can be a challenging endeavour. However, adherence to safety standards is of great importance for efficient onboarding and to avoid incidents & lost time in business followed by unnecessary costs.

Understanding the challenges that you face in effective safety trainings is key, and we're here to help you every step of the way. With game-based learning tailored to your company’s needs, Play it gives you the tools to achieve business-critical impact for the company on the one hand and engaged employees on the other hand.

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| Retail | Construction | Food
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| Logistics | Healthcare | Office

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Reduce Safety Incidents by 30%
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How Borealis Reduces Safety Incidents

What game-based learning means from a psychological perspective
Borealis is one of the world’s leading providers of advanced and sustainable polyolefin and base chemical solutions that is active in 120 countries and employs 6000 people worldwide. Borealis used the power of play to raise awareness of life-saving rules throughout the company. The relatability and recognisability of the content made it easier for employees to relate to the safety training. The tailor-made game-based learning solution allowed employees to simulate unsafe situations without the real-life consequences. By helping them understand the rules, employees were able to apply them in the workplace, resulting in a 30% reduction in violations.


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How Borealis Reduces Safety Incidents

What Gamified Training Means for Recticel

From a safety point of view
Recticel is a Belgian insulation group with a strong presence in Europe and USA employing more than 1300 people. Recticel uses Play it’s game-based learning solutions to create awareness of their safety guidelines, the company’s ‘Golden Rules’, among the staff. The safety trainings allow Recticel to simulate unsafe situations without the real-life consequences for its employees. By making use of gamified safety training to help employees relate to the content, the company is faced with less safety incidents.

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What Gamified Training Means for Recticel

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How AB InBev Successfully Trains Employees

What game-based learning means for employee engagement
AB InBev is a multinational drink and brewing company and the largest brewer in the world. It has approximately 630 beer brands in 150 countries and employs more than 160.000 people. AB InBev uses Play it’s game-based learning solutions to create awareness of their safety rules among their large blue-collar workforce. Aided by our fully customized environments such as the virtually rebuilt brewery, recognisability of the content could not be higher for employees. AB InBev’s safety trainings turned out to be so engaging that an 85% approval rate was achieved. The safety training games significantly helped employees to relate to the safety instructions, resulting in far less injuries.

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What Safety Goals Basic-Fit Achieves

Significant reduction of employee injuries
Basic-Fit is a chain of fitness clubs in Europe with more than 1500 clubs spread across the continent, employing more than 8000 people. Basic-Fit uses Play it’s game-based learning solutions to efficiently train their large and decentralized staff in safety guidelines. Aided by off-the shelf available catalogue courses and a customized environment, the company focusses on essential topics such as first aid and ergonomics. Thanks to making use of an engaging, game-based learning experience, the company is able to significantly reduce incidents and injuries with its employees.

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What Safety Goals Basic-Fit Achieves

How Mowi Successfully Onboards Employees

With Game-Based Solutions That They Make Using The Creator

Mowi is a seafood provider within the retail, horeca and industry segments. The company is represented in more than 20 countries and employs over 10.000 people worldwide. Mowi uses Play it’s game-based learning solutions to quickly and effectively onboard their staff, consisting for a large part of seasonal workers. Aided by our creator, the company creates its own safety training games to train employees how to safely act in the workplace. This ranges from showing new employees online how to navigate in the workplace even before they even set foot on the grounds to what protective equipment they need to put on and in which order. By helping the staff understand these principles with game-based learning, both employees and safety managers rest assured that the workplace remains safe and all while a lot of costly time of traditional training and guided tours is being saved.

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Delhaize Innovates with Game-Based Learning

Virtual learning, safety and health shape a perfect trio
Delhaize Le Lion/De Leeuw is part of Royal Ahold Delhaize N.V., an international food retail chain with operations in 11 countries on 3 continents. In Belgium the retailer employes more than 15000 people. Delhaize has made use of Play it's game-based learning solutions to train shop employees in mastering correct procedures, safety measures and working methods. According to Delhaize virtual learning is ideally suited for training people in safety. Creating unsafe situations in a real, physical environment is rarely a good idea. Simulating such situations in a virtual environment provides all the learning opportunities while eliminating the real risks.

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