TRISAT Limited
Beacon Park Innovation
Centre, Gorleston,
Norfolk, NR31 7RA
#1st UK Accredited Workplace
Violence Prevention Supplier
Through our S.A.F.E. System
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Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 17:00hrs

S.A.F.E Approach

In 2009, Mr Tremaine Kent developed the R.A.I.D system of personal security, that focussed on the S.T.O.P Emergency Directive. since inception and its delivery to multiple organisations in the UK, Europe and USA, the system has fast evolved into becoming the UK’s leading Workplace Violence Prevention modular system utilised by many forward thinking multinational and enterprise businesses. The S.A.F.E. Model, is based on the one of the strongest shapes, the Triangle, that has unique scientific, spiritual and educational meanings. TRISAT, has blended many academic and practical theories into a unique systems approach.

S – SITUATIONAL AWARENESS (Situational Intelligence)

With the increase of terrorist and criminal activities across the UK and rest of the world, there has never been a more demanding need to become situationally aware.

Situational awareness is a learned skill of developing your attention levels, to perceptive profile people, environmental elements and events within a specific time and space, in order to make informed decisions, in a short space of time.

This module was coined from the ideas and research surrounding the British Military, US Marines Corps – Combat Hunter Programme and academic research, because the science behind the programme is based on behavioural scientific universal truths, NLP and SDI. This provides the foundation of all of our workplace violence prevention training. “Unless you can identify the threat – how can you protect against it”.

A – ASSESS THE THREAT (Threat Intelligence)

In order to become rational and make informed decisions within an emotive conflict situation, you need to be in a position of safety. We accomplish this through the S.T.O.P Emergency Directive, that follows the accredited conflict management modality.

The sequence of the S.T.O.P Emergency Directive is as follows:

  • S – Stance, by placing yourself in a responsive, protective and passive stance will enable you to assess the threat
  • T – Threat Assess, you will discover what and how to identify immediate danger
  • O – Options, once you have identified the threat you will be able to evaluate your options
  • P – Proceed, is to action your options in relation to the informed situational awareness and dynamic threat assessment

F – FOLLOW SECURITY PROCEDURES (Security Intelligence)

The basic form of achieving security is based on the 3Dr principle, that starts by Deterrence (1) of the potential conflict situation (being Situationally Aware). Detection (2) of potential dangers (Assessing the Threat). Delaying (3) could be to remove or separate yourself form the situation or trying to de-escalate the situation. Respond, should be in connection to your organisations policies and procedures for dealing with workplace violence.

The main emphasis is that the Delay time should be greater than the response time in order to effect security and resolve the situation. This module will explore specific subject knowledge relating to your needs such as training within:

  • First Aid – Conflict Resolution – Security Training – Emotional Intelligence.


Through the Strentgh Development Inventory (SDI) and Nurolinguitstic Programming NLP, we are able to develop employees emotional intelligence (EQ);

The capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically.

Through the delivery of a group participation non- psychometric, psychometric assessment, it is possible to see how employees react when in conflict situations. This in turn enables individuals to understand their own behaviour and how to manipulate their own behaviour in order to build better relationships and de-escalate conflict situations. This model can increase productivity within team dynamics and enable managers and employees alike to understand what the personal needs are of team members.