Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Incident > KPI Definitions

Use this form to create and maintain the KPI definitions that are relevant to measuring the performance of your KPI Management Process.

Tasks that use this form

Create/delete the KPI Definitions

Create/delete Incident KPIs

Create/delete the Safety Plan/KPIs

Navigating the form

To create a new record press CTRL+N or the new button. The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form:

Buttons

Control name

Description

New

Create a new KPI Definition record.

Delete

Delete a KPI Definition record.

Incident KPIs

Maintain and view the Incident KPIs

Record status

Shows the current status of the record. The status of the record can be changed with the Record Status function.

Fast Tabs

Tab

Description

General

View or add general classification of the KPI Definitions.

Setup

View and add set up information for the KPI Definitions.

Fields

FastTabs

Field

Description

KPI code

This field defines the KPI code for the definition and is an user definable identifying code.

KPI Description

This is a short but detailed description for the KPI definition.

General

Category

This field defines the KPI category and must be selected from the predefined values as supplied by the drop down list. The category indicates the area where the KPI occur and the following available values are: Environment, Safety, Health, Security, Risk.

Class

Field is used to define the KPI class. Select one of the available values from the drop down. The selected value determines the behaviour of the field. The class indicates the severity of the KPI.

Type

This field defines the type where the KPI had occurred. Select from the predefined list of types the correct KPI type.

Record status

Shows the current status of the record. The status can be changed with the Change Status function.

Setup

Duration UOM

This field defines the duration type of unit of measure (UOM), select from the available drop down list. Available values are METER, CALENDAR, and QUANTITY.

Qty UOM

This field defines the unit of measure for the quantity of the resources that is required.