Each time we have been there, they have tried to give each permit holder their own compartment; i.e.- if there are 4 of you on the permit, they would want to give you a bigger area. On our rifle hunt and archery hunt, there were several single hunters with their own compartment. I can't speak for a Javi hunt tho. No experience there.
First answer is regular gun safety - you do not want to shoot towards, along, or across the paved roads which are typically what establishes the unit boundaries. The brush is very thick, and you may have vehicles on them you will not see or hear. An advantage of the elevated Youth box blinds is that you are shooting down, into the ground. Along ponds or creeks, typically you have a bank backstop.
The roads WITHIN your compartment are your senderos and you will not have any traffic in your compartment, except yourself. Corning a hundred yards in all four directions on a junction should give you lots of scent, and maximum visibility, if you want to set up your own blind or tripod.
This was a big one from our archery deer hunt, right in the middle of the thick brush in Unit 8. Right at 40#