Health Services Command).
(a) Directs the health aspects of the program in continental United
States (CONUS) through Health Services Command (HSC) Pam 40-2.
(b) Provides resources to operate the program.
Acts as a consultant to MEDDAC and MEDCEN PVNTMED
(d) Evaluates the program through the Inspector General (IG).
(a) United States Army Environmental Health Agency (USAEHA).
1 Provides field surveys, consultation, and laboratory analysis.
2 Provides services to installations worldwide through three Direct
Support Activities (DSA), which are named: Direct Support Activities South, located at
Fort McPherson, Georgia; DSA West, located at Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center,
Colorado; and DSA North, located at Fort Meade, Maryland.
(b) Tenth Medical Laboratory, Landstuhl, Germany. This laboratory
supports Europe, Near East and Africa.
(c) United States Army Pacific Environmental Health Engineering
Agency, Sagami Japan. This agency provides support to Japan, Korea, Hawaii, and all
of the Far East.
(d) United States Army Safety Center, Fort Rucker, Alabama. This
center provides worldwide accident prevention, safety engineering, and accident
Table of organization and equipment units.
(a) Division Preventive Medicine Section. Services provided include:
identification of PVNTMED problems, train unit field sanitation teams (FST), and back
up company-level preventive medicine measures (PMM) which go beyond the capacity
of the unit because of complexity, scope, and/or specialization.
(b) Division safety officer.
1 Performs as the division safety program consultant to organic
and non-organic units.