Question on risk assessment
One thing that I cannot understand is why we do need to maintain 2 separate documents, 1 for Risk assessment and 1 for Risk treatment. Let’s say, I have a Risk assessment excel spreadsheet containing 500 rows representing each risk which I maintain and keep updated accordingly (risk identification+ analysis + calculation is always completed).
Now I need to transfer all those 500 Risks to another excel spreadsheet to determine what are those appropriate controls that can put in place in order to treat risks respectively.
My question is whether I can have a merged/combined document to maintain including for both tasks. I have my Risk assessment excel document with all required columns (risk identification+ analysis + calculation, etc.), and what I need is to add another 5-6 extra columns required by the Risk treatment plan and have them all in one. Is this right?
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Oct 06, 2022