A Project Risk Management Checklist is a tool used to identify and manage potential risks within a project. The checklist helps to identify the risks associated with a project and to determine how to address them in a systematic way. It includes a list of potential risks and corresponding mitigation strategies, such as planning for contingencies, identifying stakeholders and their roles, setting up a risk register and assessing the impact of risks. Additionally, the checklist can help to ensure that resources are allocated to address the risks and any potential changes are communicated to stakeholders. By using a Project Risk Management Checklist, project teams can be better prepared to manage risks and create a successful project.