(9) Perform all record-keeping and reporting requirements in accordance with
(10) Inform heads of non-appropriated fund activities that applying
restricted-use pesticides at these activities will be done by, or under the direct
supervision of, trained and certified personnel. Also, they should be informed where
training facilities are located that train for certification of pesticide applicators.
(11) Ensure that pest management services are conducted so as to minimize
any adverse effects on the environment.
(12) Cooperate with the installation medical authority by:
(a) Furnishing and maintaining mosquito light traps.
(b) Performing essential pest management operations indicated by
results of surveillance of medically important and quarantined pests.
(c) Providing all needs to meet health safety criteria, including shops,
equipment, and protective gear.
(13) Maintain records of operations.
e. Medical Authority. The medical authority serving the installation will:
(1) Conduct surveillance of pest populations involved in the health of the
command and those involved in U.S. Department of Agriculture quarantine regulations.
The medical authority will provide the facilities engineer the results of the survey
(2) Conduct the installation pesticide-monitoring program.
(3) Obtain timely identification and susceptibility status of pests to pesticides
as necessary. Furnish this information to facilities engineers to be incorporated into
pest management operations.
(4) Establish health and personnel safety criteria for pesticide operations.
(5) Assist the engineer MACOM PMC to conduct annual on-site installation
pest management program reviews.
(6) Provide the certification training of pesticide applicators in accordance
with the DOD plan.
(7) Conduct other responsibilities as required by Federal, DOD, DA, or