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Hand Movement

Innerspace Human Error Analysis has shown that operators make Human Errors such as too fast or rapid hand movements, and movements over sensitive items and critical surfaces.

In this unit, trainees will learn about the risks that are associated with fast movement and movement over sensitive items as well as the importance of slow and deliberate hand and arm movement in the cleanroom.

Using DeepVision, the trainee can see how their germs are being spread and then use the speedometer to adjust their hand movement to an acceptable speed. Audio and visual feedback is also provided to ensure the trainee does not move their hands over sensitive items such as open sedimentation plates.


Human Errors

Innerspace Human Error Analysis has shown that operators:

  • Are generally not aware of contamination risks caused by problematic hand and arm movement patterns in the cleanroom.

  • Are not aware of contamination risks caused by fast hand and arm movement and the risks caused by spreading hands over sensitive items.

  • Are not aware that germs fall off their gloves when moving their arms and hands too fast

  • Are not aware that they need to avoid moving their hands and arms over open sedimentation plates.

  • Are not able to maintain a safe movement speed of less than 0.3m/sec after training whilst moving their hands and arms.

Learning Objectives

In this Unit the trainee practices:

  • Maintaining a safe hand movement speed when moving objects from point A to B.

  • Maintaining a safe movement speed with their hands.

  • Correctly positioning their body parts to avoid overreaching or disturbing airflow.

  • 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