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Risk Assessment
 

One common way of denoting this is to create a 3X3 box and allocate 'Low', 'Medium', and 'High' for each of "severity" and "likelihood". Indicate what goes in which box.

Call Low 1 and High 3, and then come up with the risk assessment.

The aim is to separate out the significances by having a wide spread of numbers. There is no point in having everything in the same box.

You will not be tested on whether you are right or wrong. The aim is to prioritorise.

Severity/
Likelihood
Low Medium High
Low


Medium


High



Now do Activity 2.4 Task 2 click this link to go to the activity


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