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PM/570 v1 Risk Register Template PM/570 v1 Page 2 of 2 Risk Register Template Complete the table below based on your chosen

PM/570 v1

Risk Register Template

PM/570 v1

Page 2 of 2

Risk Register Template

Complete the table below based on your chosen case study. The first column indicates the risk number, which is used as a label to help others easily identify which risk you are addressing. In the second column, write a description of the risk. In the third column, write the owner of the risk. In the fourth column, write what may trigger the risk. In the fifth column, write the strategy to use and the response to the risk. In the sixth column, write the probability of the risk occurring. In the seventh column, write the risk’s level of impact.

Identify 6 to 8 risks from the case study. An example is provided in the first row.

Risk #

Risk Description

Risk Owner

Risk Trigger

Risk Strategy & Response

Probability of Occurrence

Level of Impact

Ex:

If there are high winds during the event, then it could cause damage to technical equipment

Technical Engineer

Weather reports of high wind

Mitigate: Identify resources that could potentially protect equipment from damage

High

High

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

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