3 ways energy companies are preparing their workforces for offshore wind expansion
Investing in digital solutions
Job-specific training for emerging roles
Protecting the longevity of the skilled workforce
Digital solutions for the distributed workforce
The transition to a fully digitalized environment for energy workers was accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic and will only continue with clean energy expansion. As autonomous operations increase, the need for digital solutions to reach the distributed workforce has never been greater. Vimocity is helping meet this need by providing leading companies with a fully functional web and mobile app focused on improving job performance and employee safety.
Job-specific training that’s tailored to the work your technicians do
As new job types and tasks emerge with the closure of carbon-emitting generation sources in favor of clean energy generation, utility leaders are feeling the demand for new job-specific training resources. Vimocity's extensive library of job task training videos provides employees with microlearning on optimal body positioning and equipment use tailored to the task at hand.
Wind Technician Job Risk Profile
Protecting the longevity of your skilled workforce
As the demand for technically skilled labor increases, maintaining and optimizing the health of your current workforce is a top priority. That's why leading utility and clean energy companies are doubling down on their efforts to extend the longevity of their skilled workforce. Vimocity's digital injury-prevention solution improves the durability of skilled workers by delivering tailored guided movements based on job demands and individual profile.
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What Our Customers Say
The level of participation of our employees has really surprised me. We’ve clearly seen a reduction in soft tissue injuries. I recommend Vimocity because it really does produce results.
Bryan Sabari - Vice President of Safety & Health; Potelco, Inc.