(2) Suitable shelter with adequate ventilation and high standards of
cleanliness is provided and maintained.
Overcrowding in indoor assemblies is prevented.
(4) Floor space in sleeping areas is above the specified minimal allowances
(5) Suitable clothing and the means to maintain it in a clean and serviceable
condition are provided.
(6) A sufficient quantity of food and water is provided, free of spoilage or
(7) Facilities for proper washing and sanitizing of cooking and eating
utensils are provided.
Garbage, waste, and human and animal excreta are properly disposed
(9) Troops are instructed and supervised in personal hygienic measures
under all conditions.
(10) The harmful effects of excessive fatigue and adverse climate are
(11) Environmental health hazards such as radiation, toxic materials, and
noise are controlled.
(12) Suitable facilities are provided for instructing troops in dental self-care
and for self-applied preventive dentistry measures.
(13) Resistance to disease is maintained by timely and appropriate
(14) Disease is prevented by use of appropriate prophylactic agents as
prescribed by the medical authority.
(15) Personnel are protected from communicable diseases by isolating
infectious persons, or by limiting close contact between healthy persons and sources of
(16) Personnel are protected from insects and animals that may serve as
disease vectors or reservoirs.