Virtual Game Simulation for Marina Safety

Posted by Eric Haun
Thursday, May 01, 2014
Courtesy MYMIC

MYMIC LLC offers a spin ontraditional maritime training with their Virtual Marina Safety Awareness Game-Based simulation.

Today MYMIC, a high-technology company specializing in game-based learning, simulations, modeling and computer visualization solutions, launched Marina Safety Awareness Training, that utilizes 3D game-based training to allow trainees to interact with a virtual marina. Faced with realistic scenarios, the trainee learns how to identify and deal with potential hazards. MYMIC develops a variety of safety training solutions and works closely with marinas across the United States and Canada.

“MYMIC has a straightforward mission to promote safe working practices by training staff quickly, immersively and cost-effectively. This product is a game changer, providing training that will never be boring or static again,” said Jay Bhatt, MYMIC’s CEO and President.

The product includes an introduction to the marina environment and a safety summary. Packages are available as bundles and they can be customized with modules of choice and company logos. All bundles support OSHA (U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration) compliance.

Topics are wide ranging and cover: dock hazards, fueling electrical, hazcom signage, PASS, heat injuries, travel lift/forklift, dry storage and spill response ladders/scaffolds, power tools, cold weather, power washing, painting, dust simulation, control and respirator use.

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