The Risk Factor is the first key metric (or default key metric). If you have more than one key metric, the first key metric added or the one that was there by default, will be what's shown in this dashboard. You'll be able to see a breakdown of by checkpoint and the overall totals by category.

An example would be using "Key Metric 1" for safety fines. This dashboard would show the total fines for the "Safety" Category, as well as the Checklists on which they were levied and the specific checkpoints and amounts per checkpoint item. Another use case might be to tabulate #Days Delay and the categories and checkpoint deficiencies that contributed to the effect on build time.

** Instructions:**

**A. ****Project Filter:**** **Use this drop down to select one specific project or all projects.

**B. ****Date Range Filter:**** **Time periods include "This month (until now)" and "Last month (only)" shown weekly on the trend graph, "Prior 12 months (not this)" shown monthly, and "Prior 12 months (+this)" shown quarterly.

**C. ****Risk Factor Total by Checklist: **This bar graph ranks the checklists by the Risk Factor. The first number in the total is the sum of all risk factors accumulated for that checklist. The second number is the total inspections containing the key metric.

**D. ****Risk Factor Total by Category: **This bar graph ranks the checklist categories by the Risk Factor. The first number in the total is the sum of all risk factors accumulated for that checklist category. The second number is the total inspections containing the key metric.

**E. ****Risk Factor Total by Checkpoint: **This bar graph ranks the checkpoints by the Risk Factor. The first number in the total is the sum of all risk factors accumulated for that checkpoint. The second number is the total inspections containing the key metric.

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