For senior executives managing multiple sites, Keystone provides a single view of performance over the entire estate.
Users can configure the platform to present Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), high priority information and compare performance globally. Users can drill down to find more detailed information.
Authorised users (eg facility managers, external consultants etc) can define settings for each category. Category settings include:
Optimal Performance (upper and lower)
Optimal performance is the ideal criteria set for a specific measurement and location. For example, the ideal temperature to maximise performance is between 22 and 24 degrees centigrade. If the workplace performs within this range, Keystone reports 'optimal' performance.
Sub-Optimal Performance (upper and lower)
Sub-optimal performance is where the workplace performs outside of the optimal, but not at a level of risk or danger. Sub-optimal performance can typically be addressed through adjustments to the workplace. For example, if temperature exceeds a 24 degree centigrade threshold, then performance is sub-optimal and corrective measures eg adjust heating, improve ventilation or increase cooling can bring the workplace back into optimal performance.
Warnings (upper and lower)
Users can define upper and lower warning limits. These thresholds are designed to send alerts, work instructions and other notifications that there is a performance breach or potential risk to health or other impact. A Warning message will be automatically sent to specified individuals notifying them of the breach or warning, with an audit trail to ensure corrective action is taken quickly. For example, if temperature exceeds 32 degrees for more than 3 hours, there may be a corporate policy to allow employees to work from home.
When applied to specific categories, the optimal and warning parameters can be viewed within the Keystone dashboards, for example: