TOOLS

Tools

PWELT admin tool

The heart of PWELT is the administrative platform. It is a web-based platform for easy access regardless of operating system or hardware.


PWELT provides the user with multiple options on how to manage the data provided by the "raters" on a weekly basis. Each week an automatically generated mini report will give the user an overview of the current status including trends and observations that needs to be addressed. In the analysis module, simple analysis can be made such as comparing groups, follow up on interventions, see how impact factors affect differently between groups, etc. Want to make a deeper analysis? No problem! All the data can be exported as CSV files for subsequent analysis using statistical software or similar.

Assessment form 


The weekly assessment is completed by line leaders on a phone, tablet, or computer.
All "assessors” will be prompted once a week to fill in the form. The estimated time
for filling it in is 5-10 min.

Three of the underlying theoretical constructs that PWELT
is built and inspired upon.

Demand-Resource



A Demand-Resource model is the foundation of the concept. Demands must be equal to, or less than the resources,
to have a positive balance. Understanding the dynamic and constant interaction between demands, resources and results is the key to manage a healthy environment.

COSC (Combat Operational Stress Control)


The COSC Continuum. Originating from the US Navy/Marine Corps, the assessment is built on the zones from COSC, showing us when there is a deviation towards the right side of the continuum.

The Transactional model



Based on “The Transactional model" by Lazarus, stressors are affected by our interpretation. If we feel we have the right resources and can address them in a rational manner, they lose some of their negative impacts. Our goal is to shift reactions to stressors to a more rational response compared to a more emotional response.

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