TEMPLATE GUIDE    1
1    RISK IDENTIFICATION    2
1.1    DEFINITION    2
1.2    CATEGORIES    2
1.3    RISKS    2
2    RISK QUANTIFICATION    4
2.1    LIKELIHOOD    4
2.2    IMPACT    4
2.3    PRIORITY    5
3    RISK PLAN    6
3.1    SCHEDULE    6
4    RISK PROCESS    7
4.1    PURPOSE    7
4.2    PROCEDURES    7
4.3    RESPONSIBILITIES    7
4.4    REGISTER    7
4.5    TEMPLATES    7
5    APPENDIX    7

What is a Risk Plan?

A Risk Plan outlines the foreseeable project risks and provides a set of actions to be taken to both prevent the risk from occurring and reduce the impact of the risk should it eventuate.  More specifically, the plan includes:
  • A full list of all of the foreseeable risks during the project
  • A rating of the likelihood of each risk's occurring
  • A rating of the impact on the project should each risk actually occur
  • A priority rating of the overall importance of each risk
  • A set of preventative actions to reduce the likelihood of the risk's occurring
  • A set of contingent actions to reduce the impact should the risk eventuate
  • A process for managing risks through the project.

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