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First responders, medical interns, and all such learn a few things that translate well as good advice for everyone. Some require a little more imagination to adapt as regular life rules, while others are going to click right away when you read them.
1. It's not your emergency. Calm Down.
2. Calm and Panic both spread quickly. Which will you be?
3. Don't skip meals. The alarm goes off when you're least ready.
4. Don't hold off going to the bathroom - see rule #3.
5. Slow down. Don't create your own emergency while trying to respond to someone else's.
6. Never eat more in one sitting than your mask will hold.
7. Don't plan a day waiting for what might happen. It won't.
8. Anything can happen to anyone at any time. The question is, what will you do when it does?
9. Try before you pry (referring to forced entries on doors that were unlocked).
10. If everyone goes home safely, it was a good day.
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