The cmdlet does a myriad of things, but those two specifically look to be around usage.
The first API posts a message to the EMS log which you should also see in the messages file. It'll look something like: -
Wed May 7 17:14:46 BST [app.log.info:info]: : Data ONTAP PowerShell Toolkit 2.4: (1) usage: 0000202200000020010c000000000030800500001000204041002804620082a8780b09c8022000000006189205421000000000121102000017410800008310000000013100040000::::::::::::::
The cmdlet then updates a file named /etc/powershell which also tracks usage. It does this by first reading the contents, truncating the file to zero and then writing the updated contents back.
I cannot find anything that would allow you change this behaviour, but someone else may know more.