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FIELD SANITATION – MILITARY OPERATIONS AND DEPLOYMENTS . SCOPE. Introduction - Field Sanitation ? Responsibilities Ablution Facilities General aspects.

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SCOPE

  • Introduction - Field Sanitation ?

  • Responsibilities

  • Ablution Facilities

    • General aspects


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Responsibilities - food by bacteria, viruses, and parasites.


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HOW do we do this? food by bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

  • Conduct insect/rodent control

    • Species specific pesticides

  • Inspect water containers/trailers

    • Disinfection of unit water supplies

  • Inspect field food service operations

  • Monitor waste disposal procedures

    • Personnel waste collection bags

  • Monitor construction & operation of field latrines

    • Chemical / pit latrines / urinals

  • Assist in selection of temp. bases

  • Provide unit training


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Ablution Facilities food by bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

  • Factors to be considered:

    • Type of mission

    • Length of stay

    • Terrain type (rock, soil, water and slope)

    • Weather conditions

    • Log system


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Conclusion food by bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

  • Field sanitation is not just a EH or EM requirement

  • Command Responsibility

  • Guidelines for Field Sanitation to assist


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QUESTIONS???? food by bacteria, viruses, and parasites.


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