As the foundation of the our Behavorial eLearning System, GeoTasks represents five independent training sessions. Each session is expert designed to provide our students with a simulated hands-on environment. Safety protocols and procedures and matched with real life cause and effect 360 degree immersive video. Within our low-cost simulated environment, all three types of learning styles are used to solve actual field problems and maximize long term memory recall. With exposure to task procedures, vocabulary and safety protocols, our comprehensive safety orientation prepares each student to enter the jobsite with confidence.

Expert lectures are developed with safety in mind. Each expert lecture with voiceover will be marketed separately as Tailgate Seminars and will be offered in multiple languages.

The next session, entitled safety systems, has been designed to review appropriate safety systems for the assigned task with each individual GeoTask. These safety systems include information concerning equipment, PP&E listing tricks, suggestions and pitfalls of individual safety systems and equipment.

Each GeoTask contains a general checklist of individual steps to be reviewed before executing an assigned task. These checklists are used to assist students in understanding field applicable Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or Job Safety Responsibilities (JSR). These checklists are developed using pictorial diagrams with voice overs. With pictorial diagramming, our team ensures each student, regardless of language, receives the highest quality training possible.

RealSafe Simulator

This video shows our 360-Degree “RealSafe Simulator”. This fully immersive 360 Degree video challenges students with real-world examples of task execution. Each task outlines one or more cause and effect challenge. The students will be given a choice between a correct and incorrect procedure. If the correct procedure is selected, the video will demonstrate this proper solution set. If the incorrect procedure is selected, the resultant unsafe condition will be demonstrated up to and including a fatality resultant.

The GeoTask concludes with a simple evaluation or quiz session. Each session employs three-dimensional pictorial diagramming which challenges students with simple click and drag solutions. Each evaluation will contain at least one critical thought problem which demonstrates the theme thought of each desired task.  Solution sets will be tracked throughout all GeoTasks representing a total of 90-100 evaluation questions.