Innocorp, ltd innovates and creates hands-on tools that organizations use to create engaging safety, awareness, and community outreach programs and campaigns, especially in traffic safety. Innocorp’s flagship product is the Fatal Vision® Alcohol Impairment Simulation Goggles. Agencies use the Fatal Vision goggles, along with specially designed activities and approaches, to address the dangers of impaired driving. Other unique Fatal Vision simulation goggles include marijuana and opioid impairment, drowsy and distracted simulation, and concussion symptoms simulation.
Build relationships with your community through the use of Innocorp tools. You will be able to engage and enlighten audiences to make informed choices that save lives, prevent injuries, and promote the health and well-being of themselves and others.
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Fatal Vision Alcohol Impairment Goggles
When you are under the influence of alcohol, it can be difficult to gauge just how impaired you are. Enter the Fatal Vision Alcohol Impairment Simulation Goggles, an eye-opening tool through which sober people can experience what it’s like to navigate basic tasks after drinking. Walking a line, standing on one leg, reaching out to grab a set of keys and tossing a ball become much more difficult under the influence of alcohol. The Fatal Vision Alcohol Impairment Goggles — also called drunk goggles or drunk glasses — give participants a safe way to learn the important lesson that alcohol greatly impairs a person’s balance, vision, reaction time and judgment.
Police Department Teaches Teenagers to Make Informed Choices
The White Earth Tribal Police Department’s message to young people is simple and to the point: Have a plan to get home safely. Studies have shown that people who have a predetermined plan are apt to use that plan when they are impaired, but those who don’t are more likely to climb behind the wheel of a car. When officers talk to classes and groups, they want to emphasize why it’s so important to have an alternative to driving when one is impaired. [READ MORE]
5 Reasons to Include Hands-On Activities in Your Alcohol Education Program
Drunk driving, underage drinking, and binge drinking continue to be serious problems in many communities. If you serve as an instructor for an alcohol education program, you may be interested in discovering the most effective ways of teaching and engaging your participants. Hands-on learning activities and tools can help enhance your alcohol awareness program and provide an enriching and memorable experience for years to come. [READ MORE]
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. [READ MORE]
“The kids are having fun during Innocorp presentations, but they’re also learning something. They’re more likely to remember something they enjoyed doing.” – Bob Lighthall, Oswego County STOP-DWI