Risk Question Type
The Risk Global Question Type allows you to assign risk ratings to individual responses.
Step 1 – Setup Assessment
Risk Question Type is the default when creating a new assessment.
Step 2 – Create Question
There are three types of questions:
- Radio (Custom) – the user defines the answer options
- Response Only – respondent replies in free text box only
To create a new Question click Add Question and the new Question Modal will appear.
The default question type is Radio (Custom). This allows the user to define as many response options as required. To add response options, click the ‘Add’ button.
Each answer option can be assigned a Risk Rating by click on the hazard icon. Note that this is not mandatory.
Step 3 – Results
As an example, an assessment with four questions has been created. All three of the questions are setup the same way as displayed below.
When a user responds to an assessment, they will not be showed the risk rating associated with each the response option.
In this example, the following responses were provided:
You can see from the above that:
– For question 1 – the Answer selected was Response option 1 (high risk), which has a risk rating of High. This is also visualised with the red left border.
– For question 2 – the Answer selected was Response option 2 (medium risk), which has a risk rating of Medium. This is also visualised with the yellow left border.
– For question 3 – the Answer selected was Response option 3 (low risk), which has a risk rating of Low. This is also visualised with the blue left border.
– For question 4 – the Answer selected was Response option 2 (medium risk), which has a risk rating of Medium. This is also visualised with the yellow left border.
To view the results in the Analytics Dashboard, click Analytics at the top right. You can also download the results into Word by selecting Download Results.
The Analytics Dashboard displays the Assessment Compliance chart, which gives a snapshot overview of the risk responses. In this example, we only had one Question Domain called Default with four questions. You can see by hovering over the Question Domain that there is one high risk response, one medium risk response, one low risk response and one response that has no risk associated.