1. Stay informed about the state of the economy and the industry you work in. This will help you understand the potential risks and allow you to take proactive measures to protect yourself.

2. Keep your skills up-to-date and be proactive in learning new technologies and techniques. This will make you more valuable to your current employer or to potential employers in the future.

3. Network and build relationships with colleagues and managers. This will help you stay informed and may also help you find new job opportunities outside of your company.

4. Be open to new opportunities and be willing to consider different roles or industries. This will increase your chances of finding a new job if you are laid off.

5. Be financially prepared. It's always a good idea to have an emergency fund and to be prepared for the possibility of losing your job.