This article reviews the major features of the Project Dashboard and how they function.
At the top-left of the screen, click the dropdown menu to select a date range for the dashboard. You can choose to view information from this week, last week, 2 weeks ago, 3 weeks ago and up to 2 quarters ago . Once a date range has been selected, the dashboard will automatically update.
The Safesite score is a grading system that helps you quantify your personnel's safety performance and engagement within the Safesite App. The score is presented from A to D and is generated for projects via the Projects Dashboard and groups via the Groups Dashboard.
Here's some ways to improve:
- Use all safety modules within the platform
- Reduce hazard close-out times
- Create and resolve root-cause hazards for every Incident Report
- Maximize the amount of personnel using the app within your projects
- Assign Actions to all personnel on a project
The Incident Type Summary window displays the total count of various incident types for your project. The orange numbers next to Injuries, Near-Misses, Equipment Failure, Property Damage and Theft are the current number of incidents logged for each, respectively. The gray numbers below shows the % change of the current period selected (i.e last week/2 weeks/3 weeks or above) compared to the previous period. For example, if you select 'last week', the grey numbers will compare the last 7 days with the 7 days before that.
Click the View Incident Reports link to navigate to the Incident Reports module and view the reports in more detail.
The Actions Summary window shows how well your personnel are meeting their Actions. Actions are broken down into four types: inspections, meetings, observations, and hazards. The percent number displayed below each represents how well that Actions type was met by all users on the project.
If 'N/A' is shown, it means no Actions have been set for that specific safety action.
To view details on each Actions type, including performance for individuals, click the View More links beneath each category.
The Open List window displays all open hazards and incidents for the project. You can access any listed hazard/incident by clicking the link next to the listed safety action. The quicker these actions can be closed, the more your overall safety score will improve.
The Leaderboard window lists the top-performing users on your project, in terms of how well they are meeting their safety Actions. They are ranked based on the percentage of Actions met, rather than the raw number of safety actions completed. You can sort the leaderboard by clicking any of the arrows next to the columns TOTAL, INSP, MTG, OBS, HZDS.
If a dash '-' is shown, it means no Actions have been set for that specific safety action.
It is recommended to use this info to encourage your personnel to maximize their safety performance!
When a group is selected, rather than an individual project, the Project Dashboard is replaced with the Group Dashboard. The displayed information summarizes all the projects in the selected group, but otherwise functions in much the same way. The Safesite Score and Open List windows are not included in this dashboard, however.
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