A crisis management model is a framework that can help organizations and individuals to manage crises in an effective manner. It provides a framework for understanding the different phases of a crisis, how they should be managed, and the actions that are needed at each phase. The Crisis Management Model is divided into three phases: Prepare, Respond, Recover. The Prepare phase includes activities like building awareness of the issue, creating plans to mitigate potential impacts, and preparing for potential contingencies. The Respond phase includes activities like gathering information from stakeholders, analyzing data and information, identifying risks and vulnerabilities, developing strategies to respond to these risks.