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View Fatigue Risk Profile Snapshot of Historical Data
View Fatigue Risk Profile Snapshot of Historical Data

How to view a snapshot of a specific timeframe

Stephanie Malago avatar
Written by Stephanie Malago
Updated over a week ago

Snapshots will show you the percent of time on duty spent at each fatigue risk level by shifts for the specific timeframe you select.

How to run a Snapshot:

  1. Log into Readi

  2. Navigate to ReadiAnalytics

  3. Select Snapshot from the Historical menu in the sidebar at the left of the page.

  4. Click the Chart Data Dropdown and select Fatigue Risk Profile.

  5. Find and select the Locations and/or Groups you want the data for on the first Segment Dropdown

  6. Select the shifts you want to analyze (i.e. Day Shift, Night Shift, Afternoon Shift). SIDE NOTE: If you selected Day and Night Shifts but the group/location you selected only has Night Shifts, or has only worked Night Shift within the time frame selected, you will only see the results for the Night Shift.

  7. Enter the Start Date and End Date for the timeframe you wish to generate the Snapshot report. If no users on the selected groups or locations have any historical data (device captured data), you might not see any data.

  8. Click the Submit button:

Understanding the Snapshot data:

  1. At the bottom you can see how many hours inside the time frame you selected were analysed. Only work hours within the timeframe and shift selected are used in the report. You will also be able to see how users contributed to the work hours analyzed (on duty hours, n = xxx work hours - users with ReadiScore data, xx users), which groups/locations you selected and what each of the Fatigue Risk Levels are based on ReadiScores

    SIDE NOTE: for a user's data to be included in the ReadiAnalytics Historical reports, a users has to have device captured sleep data for at least 3 consecutive day within the timeframe selected for the report. Estimated ReadiScores are not included.

  2. The bar charts will show you the percentage of work hours spent on each level of fatigue for each Shift selected. You can hover you mouse over each level to see the exact number of hours analyzed for each level.

  3. The pie chart is an aggregated data for all shifts selected. You can hover over the chart to see the work hour details.

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