1. Plan your trip
It's necessary to know the area, and have an estimation of where hogs may be as well so many. For this it's important pre-hunting scouting; so you won't be in the middle of a furious hog's way unexpectedly.
On the other hand, design a contingency program in case of being attacked or injured. This plan must be known by everyone on your group, then anyone will be able to help in the case of the worse case scenario.
2. Have a first aid kit
You never know if a hunting trip will result on an injury, and medical attention may be miles away from your position, so be sure to count with a complete first aid kit just in case you need to handle an injured hunter out in the field.
3. Prepare an escape route
You don't wish to get trapped between a furious, giant, male hog and a cliff, so once you set your spot position, be sure to have an escape route, just in case.