After Weekly Actions have been enabled by Project Admins, you'll be able to track their progress by using the Analysis pages.

Below we'll explain the information you'll find on the different Analysis pages.

 

Hazards Analysis 

In addition to displaying a heatmap of Complete Weekly Actions, you'll also find graphical charts that display breakdowns of other relevant information reported by your personnel. For example, on the Hazards Analysis page you'll find the following charts:

  • Weekly Hazard Action % Complete: Shows the % of actions completed by all personnel on the project with weekly actions applied for the current week and 4 weeks prior. If you hover over a specific cell for personnel, you will see a popup stating the number of actions a user has currently completed over how many they are required to complete for a given week. For example, if you see "3/2", that means the personnel has completed 3 actions and was required to complete 2. "No quota" is displayed in a given cell if that personnel member had no weekly actions set for that specific week.  It's also important to note that if a user is removed from a project, they will remain on this chart until they week they were removed is outside the weeks shown on this chart.
  • Risk Type Breakdown: A pie chart of reported risk types like electrical, slips/trips/falls, personal protective equipment, etc.
  • Raised By: A pie chart on personnel who've raised issues within a given period.
  • Severity Breakdown: A pie chart bon the severity level of the reported hazards.
  • Team Breakdown: A breakdown of reported hazards per team.
  • Location Breakdown: A pie chart on the direct count of hazards reported per location.
  • Hazard Count Per Day: A bar chart of total hazard counts per day.
  • Hazards Resolved Per Day: A bar chart of total hazards resolved per day.

 

Incidents Analysis

On the Incidents Analysis page you'll find the following charts:

  • Incident Type Breakdown: A pie chart of incident types Near Misses and Injuries.
  • Recorded By: A pie chart on personnel who've recorded incidents within a given period.
  • Injury Type Breakdown: A pie chart of injury types, such as injuries to bones, nerves, etc.
  • Task Breakdown: A pie chart of reported tasks related to different functions like housekeeping, plumbing, etc.
  • Root Cause Breakdown: A pie chart of reported root causes of reported incidents.

 

Inspections Analysis

On the Inspections Analysis page you'll find the following charts:

  • Weekly Inspection Action % Complete: Shows the % of actions completed by all personnel on the project with weekly actions applied for the current week and 4 weeks prior. If you hover over a specific cell for personnel, you will see a popup stating the number of actions a user has currently completed over how many they are required to complete for a given week. For example, if you see "3/2", that means the personnel has completed 3 actions and was required to complete 2. "No quota" is displayed in a given cell if that personnel member had no weekly actions set for that specific week.  It's also important to note that if a user is removed from a project, they will remain on this chart until they week they were removed is outside the weeks shown on this chart.
  • Type Breakdown: A pie chart of inspection types such as P.P.E inspections, ladder inspections, pre start checklists, etc.
  • Completed By: A pie chart on personnel who've completed inspections within a given period.
  • Inspection Count by Day: A bar chart of total Inspections per day.
  • Inspections Resolved by Day: A bar chart of total Inspections resolved per day.

  

Observations Analysis

On the Observations Analysis page you'll find the following charts:

  • Weekly Observation Action % Complete: Shows the % of actions completed by all personnel on the project with weekly actions applied for the current week and 4 weeks prior. If you hover over a specific cell for personnel, you will see a popup stating the number of actions a user has currently completed over how many they are required to complete for a given week. For example, if you see "3/2", that means the personnel has completed 3 actions and was required to complete 2. "No quota" is displayed in a given cell if that personnel member had no weekly actions set for that specific week.  It's also important to note that if a user is removed from a project, they will remain on this chart until they week they were removed is outside the weeks shown on this chart.
  • Recorded By: A pie chart on personnel who've completed observations.
  • Risk Count by Team: A pie chart  on risk observations based on teams tagged to Risk Observation.
  • Safe Count by Team: A pie chart on safety observations based on teams tagged to Safe Observations.
  • Risk Count Per Day: A bar chart of total risk observations per day.
  • Safe Count Per Day: A bar chart of total safety observations per day.

 

Meetings Analysis

On the Meetings Analysis page you'll find the following charts:

  • Weekly Meeting Action % Complete: Shows the % of actions completed by all personnel on the project with weekly actions applied for the current week and 4 weeks prior. If you hover over a specific cell for personnel, you will see a popup stating the number of actions a user has currently completed over how many they are required to complete for a given week. For example, if you see "3/2", that means the personnel has completed 3 actions and was required to complete 2. "No quota" is displayed in a given cell if that personnel member had no weekly actions set for that specific week.  It's also important to note that if a user is removed from a project, they will remain on this chart until they week they were removed is outside the weeks shown on this chart.
  • Conducted By: A pie chart on personnel who've conducted meetings within a requested period.
  • Topic Breakdown: A pie chart of meeting topics.
  • Attendee Breakdown: A pie chart providing meeting attendance metrics. 
  • Meeting Count by Day: A bar chart of total meetings per day.
  • Attendee Count by Day: A bar chart of total meeting attendees.

By default, charts display information from the last 7 day period but this can be changed to cover 14 days, 30 days,  the last year or all time. Charts can also be downloaded by clicking the hamburger icon next to them.   

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