|Audience||Fleet Managers, Fleet Admins|
|Applies To||Fleet Dashboard > Safety > Events|
Event Severity automatically assigns a severity level to every single video and speeding event. Severity can be enabled through company settings. Read below to learn how severity is determined for safety events.
How Event Severity Helps You
Event Severity helps Fleet Managers and Admins in their daily routine by:
- Adding severity tags to every event to help prioritize your safety event review process
Event Severity Overview
When enabled, each video and speeding event will have one of the five available severity values (critical, high, medium, low) assigned.
The further over the speed limit the vehicle is traveling, the higher the severity of the event. Below are the exact definitions.
|Severity||Speeding severity definition (based on average speed observed)|
|Low||< 6 mph over the posted speed limit for at least 1 minute|
|Medium||6 -10 mph over the posted speed limit for at least 1 minute|
|High||11-14 mph over the posted speed limit for at least 1 minute|
|Critical||>= 15 mph over the posted speed limit for at least 1 minute|
Video Safety Events
Every video safety event is assigned a severity value based on behavior type, intensity, duration, traffic conditions, and environmental factors such as weather. The chart below can be used to understand how to interpret the severity value on a video event.
An event was triggered due to sensitive thresholds, but there were very few risks detected.
There is likely nothing pressing to review in terms of Driver coaching and risk.
|A hard brake applied to stop at a signal that turned red at the last minute.
A hard acceleration event before attempting to drive up a hill.
Medium severity events may not require urgent attention.
The videos are still considered valuable and could help with coaching conversations if multiple behaviors occurred.
|A Driver using their cellphone at low vehicle speed.
A hard brake event at high speed with moderate traffic density.
These events are worth reviewing quickly due to high-risk conditions and Driver behaviors.
These events will provide useful visibility into driving conditions, and coaching is highly recommended.
|A Driver looking down or being distracted for more than 5 seconds while driving on a highway at a high speed.
A Driver running a stop sign with dense traffic conditions
Requires immediate attention.
These are likely collisions or events where the Driver loses control of the vehicle.
Environmental conditions are the tags that are associated with every event based on the environmental conditions the Driver was driving into.