Individuals who work in disasters abroad can experience trauma that can cause discomfort and trigger psychological illnesses such as PTSD. , depression and anxiety disorder [1,2,3,4,5,6]. Disaster relief workers include professionals such as firefighters, police, search and rescue teams and health workers, as well as non-formal volunteers. Previous studies have indicated that the rate of PTSD among these figures ranges from 8 to 25% [7,8,9]. Although these figures reinforce the risks associated with procrastination, they also show that only a minority of obese workers develop psychological distress and illness . This raises the question of whether it is possible to predict who is most likely to be in distress or mentally disturbed after the trauma that may arise in pre deployment checklist.