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Animated Safety Videos & Movies

An Innovative Tool to Teach and Train

We, ASK-EHS have an in-house Animation studio. The combination of creative animation development expertise and the main stream of vast and practical work experience of EHS; bringing out an amazing, result oriented EHS videos. ASK-EHS' EHS Experts are involved right from the conceptual phase, including detailed study of requirement, client procedures / policies, analysis of purpose and key areas to be highlighted to achieve the target.

A qualified team of functional Analysts (combining expertise of EHS domain and creative script writers), Photographer, Modelers, Animators, Sketcher, Editors and Narrator take-up assignment and development.

ASK-EHS analyzed and understood the benefits of using animation medium as an effective tool for delivering EHS trainings. Therefore establishing an in-house animation studio led us to carve out various new methods within the domain of Animation. These revolutionary new sections in Animation have proved to be very popular and beneficial amongst leading construction and production houses in India and Overseas.

ASKEHS integrates in house developed animation modules in all the trainings that are imparted through ASKEHS Training Department. This Includes, well researched trainings on, Scaffolding, Working at Heights, Excavations and Trenching and many more.

Animation Varieties

Accident/Incident/Near-misses scenarios

Accident/Incident detail investigation explanation movie

Animated Safety Induction Video / Visitor Induction video

Equipments’ Safe Operating Procedure

Equipments Processes explanation movies

Engineering Processes explanation movies

E-Learning Courses

Generally, the common benefits and advantages of the animation in training can be cited in the following items

Skill and ability improvement: Animation takes less time to teach complex things and makes the participants enjoy more to learn difficult things. It is a proven physiological fact that the retention of information in percentage and the duration is much higher when it is presented via animation in comparison to traditional classroom lectures.

Using animation crosses the hurdle of the imagination and skill in education and training. Therefore, the ability to display a high risk environment and the consequences of one single mistake in a high risk environment presented to participant sin a risk-free environment, improves learners' skills and abilities.

Engagement: Interactive learning with live-action animation, video, audio, graphics, feedback, expert advice, and questions and answers keep learners interested and reinforces skills. Because it is exciting, challenging, and fun to use, it encourages learners to return to the program again and again and again over! Through continual practice, learning is absorbed and integrated into daily performance.

Flexibility and Safety: There are a lot of hazardous works activities for which workers have to be trained without being exposed to the real conditions. Animation offers the following issues:

Animation programs can represent these dangerous events without the hazards.

Leaner can be shown the results of mistakes made in the process or activity.

Real-life experiences are not readily available, but an animated trip in the past brings the learner some feeling of what it must have been like.

The main flexible issue of the animation is to show the most difficult scenarios in the real-life learning.

Learners have more interaction with the content and are thus more likely to assimilate the knowledge, skills and concepts involved (Discovery Learning).

Motivation: Since the animation is inspired and interactive way for flexible education and training, learners will be more motivated to learn more and more. Learners will get more skills, which is the main reason to make them more motivated.

Practicality: Computer animation is capable of presenting true-to-life situations that learners face every day. Adults are very practical learners—they learn better when faced with real problems that have real consequences. Computer animation allows learners to learn-by-viewing, learn-by-doing or learn-by-coaching. All are effective methods for developing practical skill and increasing information retention.

Consistent: All learners learn the same principles and skills. Computer-Based Animation typically forces instructional designers to better organize and structure learning materials, and this alone can result in learning advantages.

Attracting and holding attention: Animation is useful when quickly getting and holding an audience's attention is important. It can have emotional touches and can be a littler melo-dramatic to create emotional response while training.

Portraying designs and Safety operating methods of complex equipment: It offers perfect support, by showcasing a quick animated tutorial of safe methods for operating complex equipment, the learner can be trained or refreshed with the facts, at regular intervals.

Showing processes or relationships: Portraying process and relationships is not usually visible, since animation can show imagined objects in motion, it is ideal for demonstrating processes and relationships that are impossible to observe in reality. For example, events like electric shocks, effects of stuck by lightning, effects of hazardous material exposure on a human body or to the environment