(i) Sanitary standards for the design, construction, installation, and
operation of food service equipment, including food and beverage dispensing machines.
Sanitary standards for barber and beauty shop operations.
(k) Sanitary standards for mobile home parks.
(1) Sanitary standards for the design, construction, and installation of
plumbing fixtures and piping systems, with special emphasis on cross-connection and
(m) Standards for the type and cleanliness of clothing, bedding, and
personal equipment. This includes standards for the toxicity of items that contact the
skin of the wearer or user.
(n) Occupational health hazards, including electromagnetic radiation,
toxic materials, and high intensity noises.
(o) Climate hazards, including high altitudes and extremely hot or cold
(p) Atmosphere of shelters and enclosed compartments of combat
(q) Air disinfection and sterilization methods.
Sanitary standards for ice plants.
(s) Environmental enhancement measures.
(u) Sanitary standards for child care centers.
(v) Health status of commands, units, and the individual soldier.
(w) Medical fitness of the individual soldier.
PERSONNEL FOR THE ARMY PREVENTIVE MEDICINE PROGRAM
Personnel with special preventive medicine skills are identified by the area of
concentration (AOC) for commissioned officers and the military occupational specialty
(MOS) for enlisted personnel. Their assignments are based on their training,
experience, and capabilities, and on the requirements of established positions. The
Army should make maximum use of its personnel in support of the Army Preventive