Identify the risk and relevant triggers that may cause the risk to be realized

Risk Response Plan

Risk Response Plan
# Risk Impact Area Impact Score Probability Risk Score Priority Status Action Plan Assigned To Risk Category
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 1 1 2 High Active Open Person responsible External
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 3 3 6 Medium Observed Closed Person responsible PM
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 5 5 10 Low Closed New Person responsible General
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 7 7 14 High Active Open Person responsible Org
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 9 9 18 Medium Observed Closed Person responsible External
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 1 3 4 Low Closed New Person responsible PM
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 3 5 8 High Active Open Person responsible General
n <Identify the risk> <A brief description of the risk and its impact on costs, schedule etc> 5 7 12 Medium Observed Closed Person responsible Org
B Risk Identifier—a descriptive name or number. Use this for tracking across project documents
C Identify the risk and relevant triggers that may cause the risk to be realized
D Impact Area: Cost, Schedule, Scope, Quality
E Impact Score: 1/3/5/7/9 (where 9 is Very High)
F Probability of the event occurring: 1/3/5/7/9
G Impact x Probability
H Priority: L (<2), M (2 to 4), H (> 4) [L = Low, M = Medium, H = High]
I Active, Observe, Closed
J Identify the status of the risk: Open, Closed, New etc
K Identify the risk owner
L Ext = External; Org = Organizational; PM = Project Management; General = Technical, Quality or Performance
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