Safety Film Expertise

#mk-page-title-box-5a61dcd48d5e0 { height: 350px; background-color: ; text-align: center; } #mk-page-title-box-5a61dcd48d5e0 .mk-page-title-box-title { font-size: 50px; line-height: 50px; font-weight: bold; color: #ffffff; padding-bottom: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px; letter-spacing: 15px; } #mk-page-title-box-5a61dcd48d5e0 .mk-page-title-box-title--underline:after { background: #ffffff;} #mk-page-title-box-5a61dcd48d5e0 .mk-page-title-box-subtitle { font-size: 10px; line-size: 10px; font-weight: inherit; color: ;} #mk-page-title-box-5a61dcd48d5e0 .mk-effect-bg-layer { background-image: url(""); background-position:center top; }

Safety Animated Films

Creative Drop develops movies keeping in view client’s requirements. We conduct a detailed study of client’s EHS policies/procedures and also consider client’s working environment and level of targeted audiences. Some of the categories we cater in the 3D Safety Animation Mover are:

  • Safety Induction
  • Equipment’s Safe Operating Procedures
  • Animated E-Learning Training Programs
  • Recreating Accident / Incident using Animation
  • Recreating Near-miss scenarios using Animation
  • Visitor Induction
  • Life Saving Rules
  • Training Modules
#list-style-5a61dcd48f429 ul li:before { font-family:FontAwesome; content: "\\f00c"; color:#ff0000 }

Great Training Video

Creative Drop animated training videos are now a very cost effective and convenient option. Our team of 3D Animators working alongside our in-house Technical Authors can produce dynamic videos to use as training aids.

#box-icon-5a61dcd49106e p{color:#ffffff;}#box-icon-5a61dcd49106e h4 {color:#ff0000!important;}

An Induction Process

Like training videos, 3D animations are an excellent media to bring real life working environments to life.

These are especially useful if the viewer has limited, or no experience in the environment.

#box-icon-5a61dcd491d4a p{color:#ffffff;}#box-icon-5a61dcd491d4a h4 {color:#ff0000!important;}

Accident Reconstruction

Using 3D animations to reconstruct real accidents & incidents in the workplace can help you to understand what really happened, make sure it doesn’t happen again, and demonstrate to others the risks involved in any given situation.

#box-icon-5a61dcd492a94 p{color:#ffffff;}#box-icon-5a61dcd492a94 h4 {color:#ff0000!important;}
.full-width-5a61dcd490183 { min-height:330px; padding:0px 0 10px; margin-bottom:0px; } #background-layer--5a61dcd490183 { background-image:url(; background-position:left top; background-repeat:repeat; background-attachment: fixed;; }

3D Modeling & Animation

Our team of 3D Modeling & Animation specialists can produce stunning animations to show safe and unsafe practices. These can be used for induction, or shown on screens in waiting areas, changing rooms and receptions.

They can be displayed on websites or distributed on DVD as part of safety campaigns. You can rest assured that with our technical experts on hand, the content will be as accurate and relevant as our other international safety training materials. The main advantage of using this technology is that videos showing accidents and incidents can be created without the need to film in dangerous locations, and without the need to put anyone at any risk whatsoever. Our characters are ready and waiting to be dropped, squashed or whacked and still come back for more!

For situations of a serious nature, we can also use more realistic characters, or create bespoke characters to suit your requirements. All characters can be dressed in company specific outfits with relevant logos, work equipment and PPE.

How do we proceed?

Creative Drop require a step-by-step description of the situation or incident that you wish to animate, giving as much detail as possible and including photographs and plans where possible.

Our technical department is fully involved in the process, advising and ensuring the accuracy of environments, working practices, equipment used, etc. They communicate with our in-house graphics & media team to create a storyboard showing and describing key points in the animation. This is reviewed and approved by the client before the final animation is created.

The final version is then being rendered scene by scene, before being edited, with sound effects and music added.