The ETS psychosocial support training material is developed in order to practice coordination and psychological first aid for situations in everyday life as well as major incidents.
The material consists of survivors in various ages, family circumstances and life situations to reflect a normal population of survivors of a major incident. The survivors have different reactions and different coping abilities. This demands individual assessment of the psychological first aid and individual assessment of the follow-up that is needed.
We have now expanded the bank with additional 50 survivors. They consist of a larger number of survivors with disabilities, complex social situations and mental problems.