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Product: Turn real-time data into powerful insights with visual dashboards

Trying to manage your safety and compliance with paper, spreadsheets or across a range of platforms is no easy feat. Not only are you spending a bunch of time manually compiling records from multiple places and running reports, but you’re missing out on the speed and power of turning real-time data into powerful insights.

We understand the importance of preventing safety and compliance issues before they occur, and analyzing real-time data makes this easy to do.

Donesafe dashboards are like your very own safety command center – with all the information, actions and reporting relevant to your role all on the one page. While Donesafe captures a whole range of data within the system, dashboards enable you to surface what matters most to you. You can visualize the performance of your overall organization, your team or your own personal actions, and drill into data for more detail if something stands out.

What’s more, dashboards are perfect for having a single place for insights across any number of Donesafe apps you have. No need to try and mash together reporting across a range of systems designed to handle independent safety processes – just the flow of data all in the one place.

Easily access dashboards on any device – smartphone, laptop or iPad.

Check out the video below for a quick preview!

How do dashboards work?

There are 4 default dashboard types that are enabled within any Donesafe environment, to align with 4 main roles within a safety and compliance workplace structure. Depending on your role and business requirements, you may have access to one or many of these dashboards:

1. My Daily Dashboard:

The employee dashboard. This is a simplified dashboard to enable workers to access core tasks and actions: e.g. hot buttons to easily log incidents, hazards, start safety meetings and more, along with accessing daily tasks, safety alerts and relevant information from their managers.

Employee Dashboard

2. My Team Dashboard:

Typically for managers who need oversight across their team, wish to surface daily actions or information they need to deal with, such as escalations, alerts, follow ups or close outs.

3. Stats Dashboard:

This captures data and insights across your entire organization, so you can easily report to the executive team (or give them direct access to the Stats Dashboard).

Stats Dashboard

4. Subject-Specific Dashboard:

This dashboard is for specific areas of focus – e.g. safety, quality, return to work, injury management, Coronavirus tracking etc.

Subject-Specific Dashboard

Within these dashboard types, you have the capability to configure them further. 

Dashboards are the default landing page for everyone that accesses your Donesafe environment. This ensures everybody has their finger on the pulse for the action items and data relevant to them.

 As events occur throughout your organization and are logged in Donesafe, the data will immediately feed into the relevant dashboard/s. This ensures everyone has oversight where needed, they can manage their tasks along with seeing data and reporting to make improvements.

Some of the cool features of dashboards

  • Configurable via a drag and drop widget builder: Not only do you have different types of dashboards, but you can configure, add to or remove dashboard components via our easy drag and drop widget builder.
  • Configure how information is displayed: Need to see the data in a different format? Update the format to showcase data in the way that best suits you.
  • Add/remove new widgets to dashboards at any time: You can easily add or remove widgets from the dashboard at any time with just a few clicks. E.g. easily add a safety video of the week to your employees’ dashboard.
  • Reorder widgets: Rearrange your dashboard to showcase the most important information first, and the less important last.
  • Choose widget types from an extensive dropdown: Pick between a range of widget types for how data will display: actions, iframe, image, link, record index, report count, report data, report graph, sub-form index, text or video.
  • Customizable look and feel: Not only can you select the colors used in your dashboard to match your brand, you can also customize icons, widget size and widget position on the page.

To learn more about dashboards, book a demo with our team:

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