It’s an easy-to-use spreadsheet with sortable columns. It isn’t going to help you calculate the probability of risk with any greater degree of accuracy than a 1 to 5 scale, so you’ll have to do your detailed calculations outside of it, if that’s your thing. For the majority of projects that need to simply record the risks and the action plan devised in order to handle them, this template will be fine.
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