PPE Personal Protective Equipment

Proper use of PPE training was created by Ludus Global aimed at the correct use and inspection of personal protective equipment in industrial workplaces, was well as identifying inadequate or defective equipment.

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Learn to asses risks in different industrial jobs, inspect and equip PPE properly.

The simulation allows the user to inspect the PPE, checking the safety level by viewing the markings (CE, pictograms, etc.).

The training helps guarantee the safety of workers who are exposed to hazards.

PPE training objectives

Determine necessities
Assessing risks in different industrial jobs and equipping PPE.

Equipment assessment
Enabling the student to choose and check the adequate protective equipment before performing different tasks.

Testing the user’s acquired knowledge with a wide array of PPE, including unsuitable or defective equipment.


Our simulations have been checked by HSE technicians from all over the world, in order to avoid disagreements with the legislation, normative and procedures in different countries and customer companies.


Compatible with

  • Pico 4 (wired mode)
  • Pico 4 enterprise (wired mode)
  • HP reverb G2
  • Oculust rift
  • Quest pro (wired mode)
  • Quest 2 (wired mode)
  • HTC Vive cosmos
  • HTC focus 3 pro (wired mode)
  • HTC focus plus (wired mode)
  • HTC vive xr elite (wired mode)
  • HTC vive pro
  • HTC vive
Available exercises for PPE

Training helps ensure the safety of workers in risk situations.

Chemical risks
The student must go through the PPE and put on the adequate one for cleaning a vat, transferring of sulfuric acid 98/99% and the stripping of a piece.
Included PPE
  • Chemical resistant gloves.
  • Protective suit.
  • Safety boots.
  • Respirator.
  • Gas detector, face shield.
  • 7 versions of different PPE with flaws or wrongly labelled.
Electrical risks
The student must go through the available PPE and put on the right one for the maintenance of a low voltage panel board.
Mechanical risks

The student must choose and put on the adequate PPE for the machining on a numerical control and for frosting or grinding a piece.

New types of PPE

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