OneLab VR: Packing and Shipping Category B Scenario
OneLab VR encompasses a 50,000-square-foot virtual facility focused on clinical and public health laboratory training. OneLab VR includes 12 different laboratories and over 100 (and counting) laboratory-specific pieces of hardware and equipment. We’ve worked extensively with laboratory architects, designers, safety experts, and members of the clinical laboratory community to create this virtual training space. We’ve rigorously researched, tested, and reviewed everything from the physical size and placement of laboratory environments to simple things like the placement of fire alarms and sprinkler systems. As needs grow and we develop new training programs, we will add them to this all-encompassing virtual environment.
OneLab VR includes several 3–5-minute virtual reality training scenarios designed to quickly familiarize the user with laboratory hardware, safety, and task-specific procedures. These training scenarios include videos, voice-overs, and animations to assist learners with training tasks.
The goal for this scenario is for the user to properly triple package the sample and safely transport it to the Specimen Receiving area for air shipping, then apply the proper marks and labels in the proper locations to the package and seal it..
At the end of this 5-10 minute scenario, learners should be able to:
- Properly triple-pack the specimen
- Properly decontaminate the secondary packaging
- Properly mark, label, and seal the outer packaging
Virtual Reality (VR) Hardware Needed
This VR course requires a play area of at least 3ft x 3ft, but a larger 20ft x 20ft space is ideal to make the experience feel more accurate and real. This VR course also requires a play area with 360° tracking. Currently, this course is designed to be viewed using the MetaQuest2 headset.
OneLab VR must be installed on your MetaQuest headset to complete this scenario
Please search the MetaQuest AppLab store for “OneLab VR” and install it before continuing. If you prefer to install it via the MetaQuest app, please use the QR code below to locate it on your mobile device.