Safety Analysis

A Model Use where 3D models are used to investigate spaces and simulate actions for the purpose of establishing the safety of workers and lack of health hazards. As an example, a static human figure or an Avatar are used to establish whether the dimensions of a maintenance pit or a ceiling void are adequate for the safe movement of a maintenance person. Models can also be used to analyse the safety of installing procedures at congested, elevated and other high-risk areas

Similar termsSafety Simulation,  Safety Logistics
Concepts: Model Use Activity
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