MOTIVATION OF POPULATION TO PREPARE FOR CRISIS SITUATIONS

Lubos Mahdon, Jana Lopusanova, Ladislav Novak, Zoran Cekerevac
2018 MEST Journal  
The crisis is, because of the conceptual sign itself, in most cases, a very difficult predictable phenomenon, something unusual, distinct from an event that is regularly and predictably recurrent and which, if it occurs, threatens a large number of inhabitants, property, and the environment. The public's preparedness for extraordinary events can best be achieved if the objectives of education are well known, as well as the content of education, forms, methods and means of education, as well as
more » ... he expected results. To achieve the best possible learning outcomes, it is necessary to analyze current practical solutions to prepare the population for crisis situations. Although an individual cannot reverse the course of a crisis event, he can significantly reduce consequences by choosing right behavior. This individual behavior can be achieved by applying individual motivational theories. Preparedness in case of danger can best be achieved if there are well-known targets teaching people the contents of education, forms, methods and means of education, motivational techniques and instruments and the expected results of the action plan for crisis events, of course, that all these forms of preparedness filled with must scrutinize issues relating to them. Some knowledge can be gained from the past, but we must be aware that for the present time it can be almost useless, we can say that they are applicable only to acquire basic knowledge.
doi:10.12709/mest.06.06.01.07 fatcat:4uljhdb6ibfkpd72lqnhkycmiu