The relation model of crisis management is a framework that helps organizations understand their current situation and the root causes of crises. It also helps them plan for the changes that need to be made to reduce the likelihood of future crises. The relation model is based on four main elements: Identify, Assess, Communicate, and Act. The first step in this model is identifying what type of crisis you are facing by using a matrix that includes different types of events. The second step is assessing what could have caused this event by analyzing the data collected in step one. The third step is communicating with stakeholders about how they feel about the event and what actions should be taken next. Finally, you need to act on your assessment by implementing changes or taking other actions as needed.