A LEAD-ORGANISATION designs a risk STRATIFICATION-POLICY to define the type of vulnerability that it wants to address, and the risk categories that it will use. The risk STRATIFICATION-POLICYwill define a set of vulnerability ATTRIBUTEs about PERSONs or HOUSEHOLDs, and a set of rules which can be applied to them, to generate a RISK-ASSESSMENT.
The LEAD-ORGANISATION requests data containing ATTRIBUTES from various SOURCE-ORGANISATIONs, who give further information about the data’s PROVENANCE.
A PERSON may belong to a HOUSEHOLD, containing other PERSONs, and a HOUSEHOLDwill be at a RESIDENCE. It is possible that a PERSONmay be in more than oneHOUSEHOLDat the same time, and that a HOUSEHOLD may share a RESIDENCEwith another HOUSEHOLD.
A RESIDENCE will be in a geographic AREA, which may bring further context that can be applied in the risk STRATIFICATION-POLICY.
When a RISK-ASSESSMENT has been carried out, the LEAD-ORGANISATION will raise CASEs and assign them to the most appropriate RESPONSIBLE-ORGANISATION. The RESPONSIBLE-ORGANISATION will make a CONTACT-EVENT with the PERSON or HOUSEHOLD for each CASE, leading to a SITUATION-ASSESSMENT.
These proactive CONTACT-EVENTs are driven by the RISK-ASSESSMENT. However, other CONTACT-EVENTs may occur, perhaps driven by contact made directly by the PERSON themselves, or perhaps a concern is raised from a member of the public, or a professional. These reactive contacts may require that a new CASE is raised.
The SITUATION-ASSESSMENT informs one or more NEEDs that should be addressed to mitigate the vulnerability.
Each NEED is referred to a DELIVERY-ORGANISATION who may create a PLAN about how they intend to provide support. The DELIVERY-ORGANIZATION then carry out a series of ACTIONs, some of which may be recurring.
ACTIONs continue until either the NEED is achieved, or a fresh SITUATION-ASSESSMENT determines that the NEED is no longer a requirement.
As each NEEDis concluded, an OUTCOME can be recorded. When all NEEDs are addressed, the CASE can be closed, and a case OUTCOME set.
Smart City Concept Model
Smart City Concept Model
An action that has been carried out as a part of responding to a NEED.
A geographic area
A state of a person or household.
A container for information recording the history of events for a person or household who may have needs.
A record of an event in which the situation of a person or household was sought.
A service provider who delivers actions that respond to a NEED.
A collection of PERSONs who live together.
An organisation responsible for coordinating a vulnerability initiative.
The need where assistance is required to mitigate a vulnerability.
The resulting situation of a CASE, or a NEED
A Person who may be vulnerable, or who needs assistance.
A set of planned actions designed to respond to a NEED over a period.
A record of the steps taken to prepare a peice of data.
A building, or a part of a building, designed to accommodate a single HOUSEHOLD.
An organisation who is made responsible for a CASE.
A Categorisation of the Risk of a PERSON or HOUSEHOLD.
An understanding of the situation of a PERSON or HOUSEHOLD as a result of a contact.
An organisation that provides ATTRIBUTE data
A definition of the rules by which Risk Categories will be determined