Yourself and Your Team:
What special skills and background do you have? The people on your team?
These include medical, construction, problem solving, military, the list is basically about coping with a mild emergency that isn’t life-threatening. The key is to know what you can and can’t do, and what those around you can and can’t do. Think back to the last emergency experienced—what was the reaction? The answer to this will give a heads up to how one will react in the next emergency. There is no right or wrong answer, but awareness helps.
skills include medical, military, gardening, hunting, survival training and
experience, pilot, boat operation, camping, weapons, cooking, land navigation,
swimming, communication (personal and technical) construction, problem solving,
fire starting, knot tying, the list goes on and on. Under Mod/Ex we’ll talk
about team building. Think back to the last crisis encountered. What was the
instinctual reaction? Some people can react well others panic. This is a
reality that has to be factored into any scenario.
Mild: Evaluate & list the following for you and each member of your A-Team.
|Ability to react in an Emergency:|
|Special Skill/Background #1:|
|Special Skill/Background #2:|
|Special Skill/Background #3:|
|Special Skill/Background #4|
Overall physical condition
includes ability to walk, how much of a pack one could carry, physical
disabilities, allergies, medical status, special needs, etc.
Mild: Evaluate and list the following for you and each member of your A-Team.
|Overall physical condition:|
|Ability to walk/run:|
|Able to swim?|
|Able to drive? Access to a vehicles?|
By looking at these checklists you can see what assets and liabilities you and your A-Team have.