Vigillo enhances CSA scorecards for 2012

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Updated Feb 3, 2012

Vigillo, creators of the original CSA Scorecards, announced that the newest version of its solution now incorporates advanced Driver Essentials. Vigillo says the improvements to the scorecards have a strong emphasis on drivers and enable users to take full advantage of the company’s Comprehensive Safety Analysis reporting system.

“We believe, as do the majority of our customers, that 2012 is the year CSA will focus intently on the driver,” says Steve Bryan, president of Vigillo. “Through the use of our newly added CSA Driver Essentials, our customers will now have the ability to see just how a driver score affects their overall CSA score.”

The new CSA Driver Essentials categorizes drivers by various CSA-related measures and enables features such as separate CSMS and DSMS views, historical snapshot data, and filter and sorting options. Features of CSA Driver Essentials include:
• Multiple List Views: Choose between viewing drivers in 2-year Carrier SMS or 3-year Driver SMS formats, or by points, DSMS percentile, inspections or violations for each BASIC;
• View Historical Data: View all driver information as it is currently, or view past monthly snapshot dates;
• Improved Search: Search for drivers by name, number, license number, license state or all parameters; and
• Sortable Columns: All columns are sortable in the new driver list by clicking the column heading. Click again to sort in reverse order.

In addition, three new Export Data Links also have been added to CSA Scorecards. Data Export Tools now include:
• Driver Summary Export: This export allows views of summarized CSA data for each driver, including inspections, violations, points, DSMS percentiles and OOS for each BASIC. Sort and filter this data to identify drivers, terminals or managers having the most effect on CSA scores;
• Inspections & Violations Export: Export inspections with full violation data, including BASIC, violation code and description, unit (vehicle number or driver), CSA points per violation and inspection under both 2-year Carrier SMS and 3-year Driver SMS views; and
• Crash Export: Export crashes with full driver information, including injury/fatality, tow away and HazMat release information, and CSA points under both 2-year Carrier SMS and 3-year Driver SMS views.

“The newest version of our CSA Scorecard contains many highly requested capabilities for data points, date range filtering and exportable datasets for analysis,” says Bryan. “We are pleased to provide these new powerful tools so our customers can take advantage of all the features of our CSA Scorecards and reporting solution.”