A wide range of suggested contents for a risk register exist and recommendations are made by the Project Management Institute Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and PRINCE2 among others. In addition many companies provide software tools that act as risk registers. Typically a risk register contains:
- A description of the risk
- The impact should this event actually occur
- The probability of its occurrence
- Risk Score (the multiplication of Probability and Impact)
- A summary of the planned response should the event occur
- A summary of the mitigation (the actions taken in advance to reduce the probability and/or impact of the event)
The risks are often ranked by Risk Score so as to highlight the highest priority risks to all involved.
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