Risk identification checklists are usually developed based on historical information and knowledge accumulated from previous similar projects. Which of the following statements about risk identification checklists is wrong?
A. It is impossible to build an exhaustive checklist.
B. The lowest level of the Risk Breakdown Structure (RBS) cannot be used as a risk checklist
C. Quick and simple risk checklists are the least effective ones.
D. Risk checklists should be reviewed during project closure.