Risk Real

RISKREAL is a project that provides digital Tools for the Assessment and Acquisition of Psychosocial Skills and Competences.

The project adopts a technological approach to address the needs of low-skilled jobs in industries such as wind energy, metallic manufacturing, mould making and similar positions where psychosocial occupational hazards related to emergency management occur.

RISKREAL aims to provide innovative tools to empower future and current workers in industrial sectors through key training in psychosocial resources adapted to the individual’s conditions and traits.

The principal objectives of this training are:

  • Strengthening the competitiveness of enterprises, improving productivity and the quality of products and services.
  • Contribute to the employability, health and quality of life of workers.
  • Prepare potential workers by simulating specific scenarios and situations involving certain occupational hazards using virtual reality.

RISKREAL was the result of the union of several partners, among them three projects were created:

  • Gamified App

A game-based application to assess the attitudes and skills identified as relevant and to develop different profiles to tailor training to specific individual needs.

  • Training Modules

Theorical training modules available digital and oriented towards psychosocial and coaching. These will complement current certified technical training.

  • Virtual Simulators

A Virtual Reality Simulator to prepare potential workers for both specific and work conditions, in order to better train workers and reinforce the skills defined in the training curriculum.

Guillen-Sanz, H., Checa, D., Miguel-Alonso, I. et al. A systematic review of wearable biosensor usage in immersive virtual reality experiences. Virtual Reality 28, 74 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10055-024-00970-9

Miguel-Alonso, I., Checa, D., Guillen-Sanz, H. et al. Evaluation of the novelty effect in immersive Virtual Reality learning experiences. Virtual Reality 28, 27 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10055-023-00926-5

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This project was funded by:

Servicio español para la internacionalización de la educación (SEPIE) 70.615€

Programa ERASMUS + KA2 Strategic Partnerships for adult education Project 2020-1-ES01-KA204-081847

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