The Emotional Reactions Map is a tool to help users better understand themselves in relation to the triggers that may lead to stress and violence. The total score shows individuals how they view their ability to control emotions and behavior and to get along with other people around them, especially in potentially stressful, hostile, or threatening situations. The lower the score, the greater the risk.
The Emotional Reactions Survey is a 360-degree assessment. The survey is an external rating system done by individuals who know the person taking the Emotional Reactions Map and is intended to validate the skills of that individual.
The Group Safety Map is a tool to help gauge how a group views its feelings of safety and security. The results will give program administrators a picture of how all those completing the Group Safety Map feel about the potential for violence, as well as ideas to help reduce stress and avoid the occasion of violence within their organization. The scales are divided into three major categories: Physical Facilities and Procedures is the easiest area in which to implement change.