Using the advanced reporting dashboard feature in the digital forms, it becomes easy to create charts and graphs for statistical reporting. This data can be pulled from any online form and it’s even possible to pull the data from multiple online forms. Using this technology, it becomes easy to create visual representations for your leadership team to show historical tracking, trending data and you can even us it forecasting.
System reporting capabilities go way beyond tracking all employee historical training data, but include reporting analytics on hazard assessments, behaviour-based safety observations, worksite inspections, and preventative maintenance.
Detail excel reporting is right at your finger tips with a few clicks of a mouse. You can get summary excel reporting, detailed excel reports as well as graphical outputs using your dashboard.
The reporting system is designed to allow you to create an unlimited number of locations as well as your own reporting hierarchy to help organize your data. Once set up, summary reporting can be available by company, division, region, province, city, location, and/or department.
Using the drill-down navigation system, you can click on any one location and access sub-locations and sub-sub-locations until you get down to individuals within that department. Each individual user shows a summary of his/her training as well as the individual’s course completion results, including test scores, times, dates, expiry, certificates, and copies of the final exam if available.
The power of advanced analytic reporting provides snap shot views of where departments are falling behind in their required training and which individuals or teams are leaping ahead.
Using the course filter on the reporting dashboard, you can select any course and filter the entire reporting hierarchy for that course. You can see details by department, region, division, or location. Within seconds, you can view all users who have access to any specific course and confirm who has not started the course, who has started the course, who has completed it, and who has passed or failed.
Being able to view any failed attempts at training allows you to see how many times someone has unsuccessfully completed the course. It also provides details as to what questions they were having trouble with.
Individual course reporting provides access to a certificate of completion for every successfully completed course. It also provides details on how long the training took to complete for each attempt. This way you know if staff are rushing through the training.
The hierarchy allows for companies to set up different levels of reporting access for each location in the company setup. This means that managers can have direct access into the reporting system that provides them with all details, but is limited to their location and below only. Once set up, that manager can view all the reporting details, including completion times, dates, scores, test results, and more, for every employee at their location within the system.
Using the hierarchy, managers at locations with sub-locations automatically receive access to every user in every sub-location that is set up below them. This allows regional managers access to multiple locations and department managers limited access to only their team.
Managers can have different levels of access to the users that fall under their area of responsibility. One level allows a manager to add and remove user accounts, but they cannot see any reporting. Another manager can view reporting details for everyone on their team, but would not have the ability to assign courses to users. Senior Reporting Managers have the ability to perform all of these tasks where required, and the system tracks the details in the user’s account under notes. This creates a paper trail of what has been changed on any account.