The category Activity covers statistics and data on compliance, engagement and activities. 

The data is presented in four blocks (horisontal), where each column displays data connected to a specific area. 

Row 1 - focus on inspections: 

  1. Overdue / Completed / Scheduled rounds (inspections) - completed and scheduled rounds for the selected period of time. Also displays the rounds that have been conducted past the scheduled date (overdue). 

  2. Created reports - displays the amount of reports created.

  3. Created deviations- displays created deviations.

Row 2 - focus on most common categories:

  1. Most common types of inspections - displays the most common inspections that has been completed.

  2. Most common types of reports - displays the most common types of reports that has been created. 

  3. Most common category - displays most common risk category 

Row 3 - focus on overall data inspections: 

Overview project data - displays an overview for each project: rounds completed on time, overdue rounds, scheduled rounds, created deviations and time to resolve deviations.

Row 4 - focus on deviations assigned to specific companies:

Focus on deviations assigned to specific companies (users) - displays how many deviations that has been assigned to the company, created reports per each company, average time to resolve deviation, percentage of how many deviations that has been resolved on time.

How to work with insights:

Through Insights you have access to updated data from all projects at all times, data that can be used to ensure safer and more efficient projects. Filter the data by projects and over different time periods to identify positive and negative trends - capture areas for improvement and take appropriate actions based on data.

In order to help you with the analysis of the data, we have collected a couple of questions to work with:

  • Are all projects conducting inspections with a frequency that is in line with the legal as well as internal requirements and demands?

  • How does the distribution look when it comes to deviations created during inspections vs. deviations (actions) from reports? Are risks being reported and documented between the inspections?

  • Are the differences in the time to resolve looking at deviations from inspections vs. deviations from reports? If yes, why is this? 

  • Are there activities where usage is missing, e.g. no reported accidents? What measures can be taken to ensure that all types of risks are captured? 

  • Which companies are performing well and which could potentially need some support? 

TIP! Hoover with the pointer above the graphs and trend lines in order to see data on specific dates.