Report and Manage FedEx KIs

    Audience Fleet Admins, Fleet Managers
    Applies To Fleet Dashboard, Reports, AI Dashcam

     

    Report and Manage FedEx KIs

    What are FedEx's KEY INDICATORS OR KIs?

    •  Distracted Driving
      • Use of handheld electronic devices. 
      • Looking down for 15 seconds. 
    • Failure to wear a seatbelt
      • Any person in the vehicle
    • Speeding
      • 10mph (US) / 15 km/h (CAN) or more over the posted limit for more than 10 minutes. 
    • (P&D) Failure to Stop / Incomplete Stop, (Linhaul) Following Distance ( < 3 seconds)

     

    Action-Based KI and Associated Thresholds

    KI Table
    Key Indicator Speeding Distractions
    (Use of handheld electronic devices)
    Failure to wear seat belt (any person in vehicle) (LH only) Following Distance ( < 3 seconds)
    (P&D only)
    Incomplete stop / Failure to Stop
    KI Value Per Month 2.0 2.0 2.0 5.0

     

    Note: Although the KIs are calculated individually, each VEDR vendor sends a report to FedEx Ground only to show a single pass/fail metric for each contract. The KIs reset going into the next month.

     

    Calculation Action-Based KIs

    The Service Provider agrees to maintain an Attainment value that is equal to or less than the corresponding driver action-focused KI value set forth in the KI Table.

    1. Attainment = total number of unsafe operator actions per month divided by the  Average VEDR-equipped vehicles used in the same month.
    2. Average VEDR-equipped vehicles = VEDR-equipped vehicles (total number of  Schedule B / Addendum 1 vehicle) operated during the month divided by the  number of days in the month  

     

    EXAMPLE

    • VEDR-equipped vehicles: 
      • The service provider operated 5 vehicles per day for the first 15 days of the  
      • month and 10 vehicles per day for the remaining 15 days of the month 
      • 5 vehicles per day multiplied by 15 days = 75 
      • 10 vehicles per day multiplied by 15 days = 150 
      •  75 + 150 = 225 
      • VEDR-equipped vehicles (total number of Schedule B / Addendum 1 vehicle) operated for the month = 225
    • Average VEDR-equipped vehicles = VEDR-equipped vehicles operated for the  month divided by the number of days in the month 
      • VEDR-equipped vehicles for the month = 225 
      • Days in the month = 30 
      • Average VEDR-equipped vehicles (225 divided by 30) = 7.5

    • Per VEDR vendor, the service provider had the following total number of unsafe  operator actions for the month: 
      • Speeding: 15; Distractions: 11; Failure to wear a seat belt: 25; Failure to  stop: 17

    • Service provider Attainment  
      • Unsafe operator actions divided by Average Devices: 
      • Speeding: 15 divided by 7.5 = 2.0 
      • Distractions: 11 divided by 7.5 = 1.5 
      • Failure to wear a seat belt: 25 divided by 7.5 = 3.3 
      • Failure to stop: 17 divided by 7.5 = 2.3
    Day of Month

    # Active VEDR equipped vehicles

    1st 5
    2nd 5
    3rd 5
    4th 5
    5th 5
    6th 5
    7th 5
    8th 5
    9th 5
    10th 5
    11th 5
    12th 5
    13th 5
    14th 5
    15th 5
    16th 10
    17th 10
    18th 10
    19th 10
    20th 10
    21st 10
    22nd 10
    23rd 10
    24th 10
    25th 10
    26th 10
    27th 10
    28th 10
    29th 10
    30th 10

     

     

    Sum of Active  

    VEDR-equipped  

    vehicles 

    (total vehicles  

    operated per  

    month)

      # Days of Month 

    Average VEDR 

    equipped vehicles

    To Calculate  

    Average VEDR equipped vehicles

    225  Divided  by  30  7.5
     
      # of Unsafe Operator  Actions  

    Average VEDR 

    equipped vehicles 

    Attainment

    To Calculate  

    Attainment 

    15 (speeding)  Divided  by  7.5  2.0

     

     

    Managing KIs through the VEDR Vendor Dashboard

    The Service Provider’s VEDR account has a unique username and password. Once the service provider authorized officer logs into their account, the service provider can access the KI information from the main page.

    MOTIVE

    On the Motive homepage, the service provider authorized user will access their Fleet Dashboard to navigate to the REPORTS tab to manage and track KI 1 - KI 4 progress.

    1. From the Fleet Dashboard, click the Reportstab on the left navigation bar.

    2. In the Safety Group, click the FedEx Carrier Fleet Presentation Report - KI.
    3. Click the three-dots button on the top right.
    4. Select Export as PDF or CSV as per your choice. Once done, a link will be sent to your registered email address to download the report.

    Note: Motive’s Enterprise Subscription provides the service provider with an advanced reporting feature to operate more efficiently through Scheduled Reports.

     

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    KI 1: Distracted Driving (use of handheld electronic devices)

    The authorized service provider can manage cell phone usage action-based events (KI 1) by selecting the Safety Events Report, provided in the Reportstab on the left navigation bar. Filter All Events to Cell Phone Usage and Distraction.

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    KI 2: Failure to Wear a Seat Belt (any person in the vehicle)

    The authorized service provider can manage seat belt violation action-based events (KI 2) by selecting the Safety Events Report, provided in the Reportstab on the left navigation bar. Filter All Events to Seat Belt Violation.

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    KI 3: Speeding (10mph (US) / 15km/h (CAN) or more over the posted limit)

    The authorized service provider can manage events drivers are overdue for coaching (KI 3) by selecting the Speeding Events Report, provided in the Reportstab on the left navigation bar.

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    KI 4: (P&D) Failure to Stop / Incomplete Stop, (Linehaul) Following Distance (< 3 seconds)

    The authorized service provider can manage events drivers are overdue for coaching (KI 4) by selecting the Safety Events Report, provided in the Reportstab on the left navigation bar.
    Filter All Events to (P&D) Failure to Yield, Stop Sign Violation, (Linehaul) Close Following.

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    Driver Coaching

    1. From the Fleet Dashboard, click the Safety tab on the left navigation bar.
    2. Select the Coaching tab to view a list of drivers that need coaching.
    3. Click on the Coach button for the driver you want to Start Coaching Session.

    Saving a Video

    1. Log into the Motive Fleet Dashboard and click on Safety in the left-hand side menu.
    2. Click on Request Video.

    Note: You can also request video from the vehicle page or from the trip playback page in fleet view.

     

    3. Click on Select Video and choose the one for which you want to request a dash cam video.
    4. Using the Date filter, select the date for which you want to retrieve dashcam video.
    5. The graph at the bottom displays when a video is available in blue with helpful annotations for safety events, vehicle stops, and previously requested videos. These are also reflected on the video request map.
    6. Use the slider on the graph to determine the part of the journey for which you want to request a video.
    7. Using the Time of Request field in the bottom-left corner, adjust the time and length of video footage 

    Note: The length of the requested video can be a Regular video from 1 to 3 minutes or a Time-lapse from 5 to 60 minutes.

    8. Once finished with these selections, click on Request Video in the bottom-right corner.

    View and Download the Requested Video

    1. Select the Requests tab in the Safety Hub or View in Dashboard in the email.
    2. Click on any of the videos ready for download and it will take you to their respective detail page.

    Note: You can view all your requests and their current status such as DOWNLOADS, PROCESSING, and FAILED. The requests marked as DOWNLOADED are ready for viewing. Simply click on DOWNLOAD and save the video on your device for viewing.



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