Guardhat’s Kyra and SCC software comes with an embedded analytics engine, that is comprehensive and capable of both real-time and batch analytics, and provides a set of pre-built dashboards and configurable reports out of the box for Safety Compliance KPIs and Benchmarking, incident and safety analytics, geospatial/map based visualization of localized information, walk-paths and inspection plan adherence, heat maps for composite sensory measurements, visual contact-tracing for COVID-19 social-distancing and much more.
The system also provides an optional Data Sciences platform for additional analytical processing (including the possibility of Machine-learning and advanced, distributed batch/streaming data-processing), and has integration connectors for both sourcing external data into the engine, and sending bulk data to downstream data warehouses and data-lakes for enterprise-wide actionable information analysis.
Guardhat delivers various analyses, metrics, and reports to provide value to our customers and partners. They can be grouped into four five major purposes:
Guardhat provides regular reports to customers on performance against safety standards. Here are some examples of compliance reports across each major area we measure:
Working with our insurance partners, we can define specific reports to help with claims adjudication, fraud detection, and risk pricing enhancement. This is comprised of the following components:
Additional value to customers is derived from the Guardhat system’s ability to track user movements, activity, idle time, etc.
Given the wide array of data Guardhat collects and the various ways we can present that data, we work with each customer to understand the most critical metrics and construct a dashboard and/or scorecard so the customer has immediate access to the most pertinent, actionable information – in real time. Additionally, we can create automated reports to submit to outside bodies such as regulators or oversight authorities. These can include:
Guardhat provide customers with regular benchmarking reports to help them understand how they’re stacking up against similar businesses. We offer safety compliance and productivity benchmarking reports to our customers, driven by basic demographic groups across:
Benchmark reports show average score for a given metric for the customer against the distribution of average scores for all customers in the segment being compared against. It should show position in a distribution as well as percentile (or at least decile or quintile). We should avoid rank as it could expose us having a small number of customers in a given segment.