The following is a list of key terms for Newmetrix powered dashboards.
|Project only level links to review photos, if you do not have access to photos please contact your Newmetrix Admin or your Customer Success Manager.
|Number of construction photos identified by Vinnie the AI. This allows Newmetrix to focus on construction work and filter out photos with unrealted activities. All preceding metrics dervided from what Vinnie the AI sees from construction photos only.
|Work at Height
|Number of ladders, lifts, or scaffolding Vinnie identifies per 100 construction photos.
|Number of construction photos with housekeeping issues identified by Vinnie the AI.
|Standing Water Issues
|Number of construction photos with standing water issues identoified by Vinnie the AI.
|The ratio of ladders to lifts. The number of ladders Vinnie sees divided by number of lifts.
|PPE Compliance Rate
|The average PPE compliance rate based on the four underlying PPE tags Vinnie can see, and excludes face mask compliance. No PPE infractions means a perfect score of 100%.
|The number of people identified by Vinnie the AI.
|The number of scaffolding identifed by Vinine the AI.
|Social Distancing Compliance
|This metric is a indicator of how well people are adhering to social distancing guidelines. No potential social distance issues gives a perfect score of 100%
|Instances where workers are not wearing glasses. No infractions gives a perfect score of 100%.
|Instances where workers are not wearing gloves. No infractions gives a perfect score of 100%.
|Hard Hat Compliance
|Instances where workers are not wearing hard hats. No infractions gives a perfect score of 100%.
|Instances where workers are not wearing high visibility gear. No infractions gives a perfect score of 100%
|Face Mask Compliance
|Instances where workers are not wearing face masks. No infractions gives a perfect score of 100%
|Non Construction Photos
|Number of Photos identified by Vinnie to not be construction related. These photos are often meetings, lunch, etc.
|People Working at Height per 100
|This is the number of people identified as working at height normalized by per 100 construction photos. A person working at height includes, but is not limited to, workers on ladders, workers on lifts, workers on rooftops, workers on elevated platforms, etc.
|The number of standing water instances per 100 construction photos.
|Acute IBP Issues (Acute Improper Body Positioning)
|Acute Improper body positioning is when a worker is operating in a way that could lead to immediate injury due to poor body positioning.
|Chronic IBP Issues (Chronic Improper Body Positioning)
|A type of hazard that does not lead to immediate worker injury, but sustained improper body positioning can lead to chronic work injuries over time. This includes scenarios such as bending over with a rounded back, or work on knees without knee pads.
|When a person resides within the area of the potential movement of a piece of mobile equipment. This includes the immediate operating area and swing radius of the equipment. It is only tagged when an operator is confirmed to be in the cab.
|Ladder Use Issues
|A worker has to be actively using the ladder for this tag to be used. It focuses on identifying situation where a worker is either working outside the rails, has their feet on any of the top three rungs.
|Ladder Setup Issues
|This tag covers whether the correct ladder is being used, folding ladder vs extension ladder, as well as if the ladder is properly placed for use. If the ground is not flat, if it is on debris, or if it is close to an edge, it will be tagged.
|Impalement hazard is when a piece of material such a thin PVC, rebar, or other is protruding at a height where if a worker were to fall it could impale them. If they are at the appropriate height and uncapped they will be tagged. This includes horizontal protruding rebar.
|This tag is applied when guardrails are incorrecttly installed, missing components (toe-board, top rail, mid-rail), or a guardrail is missing all together in an area where a guardrail is required
|Fall Arrest Issues
|A Fall Arrest Issue occurs when a worker is working at a height of 6 ft or greater, and is not protected by guardrails or protected by a full fall protection system (harness, connecting device, and anchorage).
|Scaffolding Issue typically occurs when a scaffold is missing components like sole boards, or has an inadequate guardrail system, or an inadequate working platform.
|The number of exposed holes identified by Vinnie the AI.