(2) Indirect contact with living and nonliving things.
(3) Disease-carrying droplets from the respiratory tract of an infected person.
f. Other diseases associated with troop housing are gastrointestinal infections
and skin conditions.
g. The Army has established regulations governing the construction and
maintenance of troop housing. These regulations act as controls against communicable
diseases. The main control measures are:
(2) Adequate ventilation.
(3) Adequate dust control.
(4) Adequate latrine facilities.
(5) Cleanliness of clothing and bedding.
(6) Adequate building repair.
(7) Prevention of fungus infection.
(8) Adequate lighting.
(9) Temperature and humidity control.
(10) General sanitation and safety measures
h. As an inspector, you must ensure that installations are adequately carrying
out these controls.