Hazard Simulation Training

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About the Hazard Simulation Training

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We have set up this facility in our plant headquarters to “highlight safety awareness and prevent disasters.” Not only employees but also part-time, temporary, and group employees have to take part in the Training Program before engaging in factory floor work. We always carry out this Hazard Simulation Training in addition to classroom safety education. We have received many requests from other companies to conduct Hazard Simulation Training for them and have offered it to customers who wish to take it on a fee-paid basis structure.

Hazard Simulation items

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    Simulation Simulating entanglement in a rotating body

    You can experience the industry’s No. 1 accident cause “entanglement”.In the “Caught in a Roller simulation,” you can experience the danger wherein your hands or body will be suddenly caught due to high-speed operation of a roller. In the “Shaft entanglement simulation,” you can experience the situation of shafts or protrusions dis

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    Simulation Simulating being caught in a V-belt

    It is said that the strength of a human finger is about the same as a pair of disposable wooden chopsticks. By using chopsticks as fingers and getting them caught in the V-belt, you can experience the danger of fractures and amputations.

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    Simulation Low-voltage electric shock simulation

    You can experience an electric shock by applying a voltage to your fingertips. You can also experience how easily electric current flows to the human body when you sweat.

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    Simulation Fall arrest equipment hanging simulation

    Even if you survive fall arrest equipment, there is risk of internal damage. You can actually feel the load on your body by experiencing what it is like to be suspended.

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    Simulation Simulating a angle grinder, forgetting to turn off the switch

    Since the grinding disc rotates at high speed near your hand, if it touches your hand by mistake, it will not end with just a scratch. You can experience the dangers of forgetting to turn off the switch.

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    Simulation Transportation of a heavy load, back pain danger

    When lifting a heavy load, you may hurt your back if you try to lift the load in the wrong posture. You can learn how to lift a load without straining your body.

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    Simulation Experiencing fingers being caught between slinging wire and load

    There is a risk of a slung load falling or getting your fingers caught between the slinging wire and the slung load. You can experience the force applied to your fingers.

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    Simulation Experiencing being caught in a drilling machine

    If you accidentally touch the drill or chips while working, your gloves could get caught in a rotating drill and you could injure your hands or arms. You can experience the dangers of entrapment by having your gloves caught in the drill.

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    Simulation Vertical fixed ladder crash simulation

    You can experience a “vertical ladder drop,” which is the third leading cause of accidents in the manufacturing industry. You can actually feel the burden on your body by wearing the full harness and dropping.

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    Simulation Temporary first aid

    You learn how to restore the airway, perform chest compression, and perform artificial respiration to restore spontaneous blood circulation, and perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation using a doll. You will also learn how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED).

Recommended for the following persons

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    Safety training for new and young employees

    You can compensate for your lack of experience in dangerous situations and gain basic knowledge about safety.

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    Safety training for mid-level employees

    You can reconfirm the importance of safety as a key person who trains/instructs new and young employees.

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    Safety training for experienced employees

    You can relearn the various dangers hidden on-site by re-sensitizing yourself to these dangers, which we can neglect due to habituation and overconfidence.

Training flow (examples)

1 Reception
Please arrive at the office at least 10 minutes before your appointment.

The reception desk is located on the first floor of the three-story office building.
2 Lunch (Half an hour)
Eating well and correctly can help you work safely.

We will have lunch at our cafeteria and prepare to conduct training safely.
3 Classroom lecture (60 minutes)

We will explain our own safety rules and approach as well as examples of specific safety measures.

4 Hazard Simulation Training (90 minutes)

When you attend the Hazard Simulation course at the Hazard Simulation Training Center, you are required to follow the relevant laws and regulations of the Ordinance on Industrial Safety and Health.

5 Question-and-answer session (20 minutes)

We will have a question-and-answer session with discussions in a format tailored to your needs.

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  • Company N

    I learned a lot about the hazards involved in manufacturing and countermeasures for them by actually experiencing the hazards. I would like to learn more if I have another chance.

  • Company S

    As I am well aware now, it is very helpful for safety initiatives, improvements, and employee education. I would like to incorporate what I have learned this time while implementing it to our own rules.

  • Company T

    It was very meaningful to learn that your company spends a lot of time and effort on safety. In particular, I once again realized how dangerous multitasking is. We will continue our efforts to keep our accident-free operations in the future while making safety exchanges with your company.


Hours Weekdays from 12:30 to 16:00 (Depending on the situation, we may not be able to meet all requests. We ask for your understanding in advance.)
Capacity From 2 to 12 people (For larger groups, please contact us separately.)
Participation cost 7,000 yen (tax excluded) per person *Lunch included
Location Headquarters Plant, Daiwa Steel Tube Industries Co., Ltd., 4530-1 Washijuku, Sakura City, Tochigi Prefecture, Japan (in the Kitsuregawa Industrial Park)
Requirements For safety reasons, please refrain from attending the Hazard Simulation Training in short sleeves, shorts, skirts, leggings, high heels, sandals, etc.

Please wear long sleeves, long pants, and low-heeled shoes (safety shoes, leather shoes, sports shoes, etc.).

If your hair is below your shoulders, please keep it in a bun to prevent it from getting caught in a machine.
How to apply Please use the inquiry form.
Miscellaneous Please be advised that we may refuse attendance from our competitors, those engaged in health and safety work, or people with underlying health issues.

You will be asked to sign a confidentiality agreement.

For confidentiality reasons, we ask that you refrain from taking photos, videos, or recordings.

Please apply at least two weeks before the date you wish to attend the training. If you are in a hurry, please call us to discuss your needs.

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