When receiving information about a possible nuclear explosion in the area where you are, you should go down to the underground shelter (the shelter) and not leave until you receive other instructions. If this is not possible, you are outdoors and there is no way to get into the room, take cover behind any object that can provide protection, at least, lie flat on the ground and cover your head with your hands.
If you are close enough from the epicenter that is visible to the outbreak, remember that you need ukrytsya from radioactive precipitation, which will appear in this case within 20 minutes, all depends on the distance from the epicenter. It is important to remember that radioactive particles are carried by wind for hundreds of kilometers.
Do not leave the shelter without official statements of the authorities that it is safe. Try to make your stay in the asylum as comfortable as possible, maintain proper sanitation, water and food use sparingly, plenty of food and drink can be davati children, the sick and the elderly. Possible exercise help the Manager of the shelter, after a stay in a confined space a large number of people can be unpleasant, and the duration of such forced cohabitation
can vary from one day to one month.
When you return in the home it is important to remember to follow a few rules. Before you enter the house, verify its integrity, damage, lack of partial structural collapse. When you enter the apartment in the first place, remove all flammable liquids, medicines and any other potentially hazardous substances. Water, gas and electricity can be included only in the case when you have a precise confirmation that all systems are functioning normally.
When moving in the area do not get damaged by the explosion areas and to areas marked with signs "hazardous materials" and "dangerous radiation".