Strategy: This entry should ideally indicate the measure that has to be adopted in order to overcome or deal with that risk. For example, in the case of 'manpower shortage', the ideal strategy that has to be adopted would be to hire additional manpower.
Risk resolution plan: This is an indication of the decision made for risk resolution. It may be similar to the strategy entry; but in multiple options, it may show variances.
Personnel /team in charge: While risks are to be resolved, it is important to know who or which team will be responsible for the resolution of the risk. It denotes risk ownership and responsibility. In the stated example, the Human Resource Department headed by the HR Manager may be responsible.
Time frame: Risk resolution has to be done within a definite time frame and not as and when it pleases each stakeholder. Hence and entry of the time frame too is helpful in obtaining such information at a glance.
Record reference: Risk information is obtained from many registers and documents such as risk assessment reports that are part of the project's documentation process. Indicate the record / register or document that corresponds with the mentioned risk.
Status: Is the risk resolution in process? Is it completed and resolved? Is it yet to initiate? Such details too should be entered in the Risk Register template.
Project Manager signature: Every entry that is made in the Risk Register has to be supersigned by the project manager. This indicates that the project manager is aware of each risk's management irrespective of the team / department responsible.