A Seattle company is giving employees a chance to practice for an active shooting at work. 

Pixvana, located in Fremont, created a virtual reality active shooter training. It uses the Oculus virtual reality headset and can transport users into a shooting scenario.  

The training starts by educating users about what to do, how to survey a room, find ways to escape, barricade, and fight back.  Then it gives them a chance to see what they would do.

KIRO-7′s Alison Grande got a look at the training at the Riveter on Capitol Hill. The intense training that could increase your reaction time when seconds count on Thursday on KIRO 7 at 5:30  p.m.