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What Is The Best Report?

Best WebEye Reports

There are many reports in Nexus-WebEye. The best report for you depends on what you are trying to achieve.

  • Do you want a “quick look” to check performance?
  • Would you like automated reports emailed to you?
  • Want a simple site measurement?
  • Do you need to produce precise information for some incident?

Read on, we cater for all these needs.

For a Quick Look At Site Performance

Nothing beats the Location Attendance report.

A quick look will show you trends, locations not getting enough data, locations with late start, early finish, gaps. All that sort of thing. It is obvious – the dots on the screen show you what is happening. They are coloured to show arrival (green), departure (red), staying at a location (glue), and iButtons (black).

For an Automated very good report highlighting fault

The Location Analysis report is the best report to show you locations that are non-compliant (meaning they did not meet target).

The three types of analysis suits patrolling guards, cleaners, complex sites with changing needs during a day.

  1. Hit Analysis looks at thenumber of attendances,
  2. Return Time looks at the average time between attendances, and will also show when a gap is longer than allowed,
  3. Gap Analysis looks at the gaps bwteeen attendances and will give a percentage rating for how often performance goals were met.

This is an extremely powerful and insightful report. It can be scheduled to run automatically and send you details of non-compliant locations (exceptions).

To configure the report, time profiles are used to set performance goals and also when data is to be analyzed.

For Simplistic Measurement of Site Performance

The Risk Management report will give a simple calculation of the average return time (loop time) between attendances.

It is an easy report to understand, easy to read, and easy to compare with.

FYI – the return time is the number of attendances divided into the time range. For example 10 hours is 600 minutes. If there are 100 attendances, then that is a return time average of 6 minutes.

Note this is a simple average – the attendances may be clumped during parts of a day and sparse at others. There may be large gaps. See the Location Analysis report that will also trigger non compliance on excessive gaps between attendances.

Take this a step further, inspect the Location Analysis report option for Return Time. This can be tailored, send you automatic reports and only optionally show you non compliant reports. It is still a simple measurement, but it is a better version that takes into account Gaps.

Take this a step even further, the Location Analysis report Gap Analysis will give a very accurate indication of performance. It too can send you a list of locations not meeting your needs. It is the most accurate indicator of staff performance available.

For Slip And Trip Injury Information

If an incident happens, you probably need a report on one location, the nearest location in a date and time range.

You need precise information, and you need flexibility.

Use the Center Visits report. Select the center and the location then select a time range that brackets the event. Then run the report. This will show you all attendances either side of the event. This report is full of detail making it ideal to in-depth and precisely analyze staff attendances. That detail however makes it difficult to understand everything that is happening on the site. The Location Attendance is better for that – and the Location Analysis is best for in-depth reporting.



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