SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 4
1. The facilities mentioned in this lesson do not have formal or written standards,
such as those found in AR 40-5 or other Army regulations. You must base your
judgments on your own knowledge and experience, and above all, on common
sense. (para 4-1a; 4-15b)
2. Public use facilities.
Public schools. para 4-1b)
4. Water source and distribution system.
Hazardous chemicals, operations, or physical structure.
Storage and disposal of solid waste.
Food service operations and vending units. (para 4-3a-f)
Satisfactory. (para 4-4a)
Satisfactory. (para 4-5a, b)
Unsatisfactory. Restrooms should be ventilated, to prevent moisture
accumulation. (para 4-6)
Satisfactory. (para 4-7a)
Satisfactory. (para 4-7c)
Unsatisfactory. As rental shoes are used by many people, they could be a
source of contamination, particularly of fungal diseases, such as athlete's
foot. As a preventive measure, these shoes should be kept dry and foot
powder should be used. This inhibits the growth of fungus. (para 4-10a)
Unsatisfactory. Solid waste containers should have tight-fitting lids to prevent
spillage. (para 4-8b)
Satisfactory. (para 4-9)
8. As a standard of living problem. The house appears unattractive with minimal
up-keep. This is shown by the uncut grass, spilled cat litter, unwashed
diaper/dishes, lamps without shades and the presence of some insects. However,
there is nothing to cause a health or safety threat to others or even to the
occupants of the house. (para 4-12a, b, c)