Risk Management
    Methods and Tools


What Is It

Periodic risk reporting is a method that requires individuals to continuously identify risks. It integrates risk identification into the routine project activities by requiring key individuals to periodically submit newly identified risk entries on Risk Information Sheets or status reports.

When To Use

Use this method

  • To continuously identify risks.
  • To integrate risk reporting directly into routine project activities.


This method fosters risk awareness and communication throughout the project life cycle. It is easily integrated into routine project practices through existing project meetings and reports.