WorkCover Connect dashboard pilot
Thank you for being part of the pilot for our new dashboards. As one of the first to use these new features, we're looking forward to hearing your feedback. You've been piloting the claims dashboard for a couple of weeks, now we'd like to introduce the new safety dashboard to you. Take a tour of the new features below, then login to WorkCover Connect to start using!
A bit about the new safety dashboard
Similar to the claims dashboard, we've made the safety dashboard more flexible and easier to use:
- re-imagined safety dashboard with top 5 trends for location, nature, agency, and mechanism
- segment data by location, region, task or other added custom fields
- compare injuries, their locations and causes, over time
- injury human heat map to compare injuries at a glance.
Why your feedback matters
At WorkCover, we are passionate about creating customer-focused online services that help Queenslanders better manage their business. We've designed these new features based on feedback from customers, to make it as easy as possible for you to see claims and safety trends and insights within your organisation.
Any feedback you provide will help us prioritise improvements that will make these dashboards better for everybody. Previous pilots have told us you want more flexibility and reports that can be customised so you can work with your data, your way. We want to know where we’ve hit the mark, and where we can continue to improve.
To leave us feedback, email email@example.com or get in touch with your relationship manager.
How to get to the new dashboards
The new safety dashboard will be available in WorkCover Connect from Wednesday 19 September:
- Login to WorkCover Connect
- Under the ‘analytics’ menu, select ‘safety dashboard’
You can still get to the old safety dashboard using the link at the top of the safety dashboard.
Any questions, get in touch by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call your WorkCover Queensland relationship manager—we're here to help. Thanks and talk soon.
- Last updated
- 18 September 2018