Hello, my name is Michael Aguilar, President of Innocorp. We get many questions about how we develop the Fatal Vision goggles and the goggle’s efficacy in changing people’s attitudes about impairment and impaired driving. In this video, I will be discussing how we develop our simulation googles and our use of experts in that […]
Hello, My name is Joe Wirth from Innocorp, LTD. – makers of the Fatal Vision Alcohol Impairment Simulation Goggles and many other health and safety outreach tools. One of the questions I frequently hear when speaking with our customers about our Alcohol Impairment Goggles is, “What level of impairment should I purchase?” The correct […]
Hi, this is Tim Jorgensen in Product Development with Innocorp Ltd. Sometimes we get the question- Are Fatal Vision® Goggle products Evidence-based? The simple answer is yes, the Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Goggles is evidence-based. There have been at least four studies and one White Paper looking at the effects of the Fatal Vision Impairment […]
Hi, this is Deb Kusmec, Chief Operating Officer of Innocorp, Ltd. During a planning meeting, a facilitator asked everyone at Innocorp what we do. We all gave a version of the same answer “we save lives.” That was a compelling answer. Do you know what’s even more powerful? Innocorp’s WHY. Why do we create […]
Hello, I am Jamie Stebbeds with Innocorp, Ltd., makers of the Fatal Vision® Impairment Simulation Goggles. We sometimes hear the comment from customers that, “their students or participants have too much fun with the goggles.” I asked an educator for her reaction to those comments, and her feedback was enlightening. “laughter,” she said, “can […]
Regarding the disinfection of the Fatal Vision® Impairment Goggles. As always, we strongly encourage anyone using our goggles in demonstrations to wipe the goggles with the Super Sani-Cloth Germicidal Dispensable Wipe between each use and let air dry. The EPA and PDI has listed these wipes on List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2, […]
Getting a lecture on safe driving from an adult is one thing. But engaging with your peers on the subject and leading them to safe conclusions has a lasting impact. In turning Innocorp’s M.E.T.H.O.D.® Campaign over to students in 2014, Project Coordinator Michelle Perdue of the Cabell County Substance Abuse Prevention Partnership (CCSAPP) gave students a chance to lead their peers on the way to safe driving practices.