(3) Coordinate with Army medical authorities to implement their
(4) Review and provide written approval to obtain and use pesticides and
pesticide dispersal equipment.
(5) Ensure that the following actions are taken:
(a) Perform annual on-site reviews of installation pest management
programs and plans.
(b) Provide recommendations that will result in safer, more
economical, and more effective operations to the facility engineer.
(c) Coordinate MACOM requirements for U.S. Army Medical
Department (AMEDD) professional pest management personnel (PPMP) help in
providing on-site reviews of installation pest management and pest surveillance
programs with the U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine
(6) Maintain professional proficiency.
(7) Assist in providing on-the-job training for installation pest management
(8) Maintain records of training and certification status of pesticide
applicators and check their activities to determine competence.
(9) Certify pest management personnel in accordance with DOD Plan for
the Certification of Pesticide Applicators.
(10) Review and approve technical provisions of all pest management
contracts prior to solicitation of bids.
(11) Provide technical review of all military construction, modification, and
repair projects to assure structural pest management requirements are met.
(12) Review and approve installation pest management plans.
(13) Review the installation self-help pest management program and
provide guidance to assure that it is effectively accomplished.
c. Installation Commanders. The installation commander will:
(1) Determine an installation's position and responsibilities in community
wide pest management regarding quarantine and epidemics.