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Body Movement

Innerspace Human Error Analysis has shown that operators make Human Errors such as too fast or rapid body movement patterns.

In this unit, trainees will learn about the risks that are associated with fast body movement and the importance of slow and deliberate body movement in the cleanroom.

Feedback is provided by our DeepVision functionality to allow the trainee to see how their germs are being spread. They can then use the speedometer to adjust and maintain their movement at an acceptable speed.

Human Errors

Innerspace Human Error Analysis has shown that operators:

  • Are generally not aware of contamination risks caused by fast movement in the cleanroom.

  • Are not aware of problematic movement patterns:

    • Walking too fast from point A to point B.

    • Turning around too fast.

    • Grabbing objects too fast.

    • Moving too fast when carrying objects.

  • Are not aware of spreading gown-related germs when moving too fast.

  • Are not able to maintain a safe movement speed with their whole body.

Learning Objectives

In this Unit the trainee practices:

  • Moving at the correct speed to avoid producing germs by moving too fast in Grade A or B.

  • Maintaining a safe movement speed with their body and when turning around.

  • Transferring these skills to Virtual Key Moments (Exam) and Real Key Moments.

Feedback Features

The trainee is guided by immediate feedback:

  • Speedometer

  • DeepVision

  • Audio, visual and haptic feedback when an error occurs.


  • Parameterization of movement speed (0.3 m/sec is the recommended movement speed for “Slow” movement in Grade A)