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ProVR Safety Card Game

Engage | Entertain | Converse | Communicate

Matching risks and hazards with corresponding safety and best practice cards, the ProVR safety card game is designed to identify and discussing safe practices and risk mitigations. Exclusive to the ProVR solution, this interactive group-based card game, designed for workers and shop-floor staff, can spark crucial safety conversations in an informal, play-driven engagement that allows for individuals to step away from hierarchy and reporting, and building a culture of conversation and engagement.

Players: 2+


  • Finish all cards in your hand by cancelling out a hazard card using a relevant safe / trump card or vice-versa.

  • Discuss workplace safety during the game.


  • 27  Hazard Cards

  • 21  Safe Practices Cards

  • 04  Trump Cards

  • 03  Extra Cards

  • 55  Total Cards

  • Give each player a minimum of 5 cards or a maximum of 13 cards, and then place the rest of the cards into the center deck.
  • To start the game, pick the first card from the main deck and set it in the middle.
  • Throw a relevant safety or hazard card during your turn to eliminate the card that was put in the middle.
  • In the absence of a relevant card, the player may pick a card from the use the trump card if on the trump card.
  • If he or she does not get the required card from the center deck, the person misses out on their chance and the next player gets to throw the required card if available with them or they will have to pick from the center deck. 
  • The player who cancels out the card, gets to throw a fresh safe or hazard card. If no player gets the required card to cancel, then the next round with a new card can start.
  • The winner is the player whose cards are played out first. Until the final player with the most cards in hand loses, the game will continue.
  • ProTip: Most hazard cards can be defeated using the trump card.
How to Play
  • How does the card game promote a safety culture?
    Shopfloors can often be hierarchical and may not enable open conversations – this may particularly be the case for contract workforce which often has a high churn rate. However, a culture of safety, where hazards and risks are pre-emptively identified, recognized, and addressed requires a degree of comfort, trust and a common vocabulary that enables ease of dialogue across the hierarchy. This may be challenging to achieve using existing tools.
  • How does the game initiate a dialogue on safety?
    The ProVR safety card game, by virtue of being a game (!), allows staff, supervisors, and workers to step away from their ‘work-roles’ and engage in an informal conversation. In our experience, if the supervisor and/or manager invites the staff to a card game, it is met with amusement, curiosity, and openness. While it may take a few minutes for everyone to get comfortable with the new format, very soon, the very act of playing the game allows for conversations to flow. The illustration-rich cards, covering hazards, accidents and the safe practices are designed to guide the players in identifying, recognizing, and articulating the many common causes of accidents and helping all the players discuss what the best practices are, and identify and address common misconceptions.
  • Why is it important?
    Safety is very much a team effort and requires constant vigilance. A culture where everyone is approachable, has a common, shared vocabulary and has discussed common risks, hazards and responses multiple times is a culture that can respond proactively to identify, recognize and address risks and hazards before they convert to accidents. The card game is a very simple but elegant tool to help translate the intent of building a culture of safety into action – one step at a time.
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