(e) Hospital Laboratory. The hospital laboratory provides analytical
service for the medical surveillance program.
(f) Optometrist. The optometrist is a consultant to the Occupational
Vision Program personnel.
(g) Alcohol and Drug Abuse Control Office. These office personnel
provide counseling referral of information to other program participants.
(h) Military or Directorate of Civilian Personnel (DCP) Office. The
personnel office schedules medical examinations and educational training and handles
job transfers, compensation claims, and complaints.
(2) Department of the Army staff (Assistant Secretary of the Army for
Installation and Logistics overall program manager).
(a) Office of the Surgeon General (OTSG). The PVNTMED
Consultants Office of the OTSG performs these functions:
1 Serves as the proponent of AR 40-5 and Technical Bulletin (TB)
Medical (MED) 500 series.
2 Establishes policies for the Army Occupational Health Program
(AOHP) and specifically the Industrial Hygiene (IH), Occupational, and Aviation
3 Develops OH standards.
(b) Army Safety Manager. The Army Safety Manager performs these
1 Serves as the proponent of AR 385-10.
2 Serves as the overall supervisor of the Army Safety Program.
3 Supervises the US Army Safety Center.
Major command staff.
(a) Surgeon's office. The Surgeon's personnel coordinate the major
command (MACOM). Medical Program and perform liaison to supporting organizations.
(b) Safety office. The Safety office coordinates for the MACOM Safety
Program and perform liaison to supporting organizations.