The main recommendations of institutional emergency:
- – The basis of survival is the exclusion of unpreparedness for it. Each individual or group member must imagine their behavior in a critical situation. That means working in advance, preparing for this theoretically and, if possible, practically.
- – There is no place for panic and tantrum! A person should be psychologically prepared for self-defense and a non-standard environment that requires survival skills. A similar psychological skill is also practiced before a situation arises. It is important that a person anticipates the possible course of events in advance and, as a result, understands his psychological reaction to an extreme situation.
- – The group leader must be selected in advance. This is a necessary element of advance theoretical preparation of any member of the group for an extreme situation. The leader is indisputable, all unconditionally follow his/her instructions (there is no place for democracy here).
- – Your entire group, family members must know their roles in advance in case of an emergency. Know the place and time of the meeting, know the general plan of action (worked out in advance).
The main conclusion from the above is that people should theoretically be prepared for an emergency in advance. Events are simulated; group is formed ( for example as a family), that will be an integral and indivisible “unit”, jointly opposed to the problem; group leader was selected; the roles of each member are determined; time and place of gathering for the group were set; each member of the group is aware of their “psychotype” in an emergency.