TRAUMATIC EVENT SYSTEMS (TES)


TES is a multiple stakeholder model that allows information from several sources to be combined to deliver site-specific support. This allows the creation of a complete view of the impact of trauma on individuals and communities.

The TES model focuses on understanding the thousands of potential threat-makers that exist in the aftermath of a high-profile traumatic event. TES relies on human skill combined with technology to build systems that protect people and have a positive and lasting impact on society for the long term. The TES framework comprises two parts:

TRAINING:
TES trainers take multiple stakeholder teams through the four phases of assessment, intervention, planning and aftermath. Teams are trained to assess the impact of trauma on a community through hands-on experience, quickly and effectively identify worrisome patterns of behavior and design change management practices.

OPERATIONAL SUPPORT:
We provide ongoing support to make sure that TES is being used properly and to its fullest capacity.