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The tools and how to use them

You may need to think about your safety, and the tools in this topic can help.  The tools in How do you take accountability will help you take responsibility for your behaviour and others’ safety.

The Risk assessment chart looks at risks and dangers if you take no action and if you take action.

The Safety plan and action Worksheet and Safety plan and action chart have guides for safety plans and actions depending upon the particular risks, dangers and resources.

The Meeting person who did harm safety worksheet helps people plan their meeting with you, and can help you prepare as well.

 

Tools and examples

Real story: Surviving and doing sexual harm, a story of accountability and healing

Other sections that can help

Tools to help you take responsibility for safety are in How do you take accountability.

Tools to think about who can help with safety are in Who can help and How do you work together.

Tools to think about whether and how safety is a goal are in What do you want .

Tools to look at risks and safety when preparing to take action are in How are you doing.