(10) Protection of utility connections.
c. As with other sanitation inspections, an efficient inspector does not rely
entirely on the checklist, but also utilizes personal knowledge of the design and sanitary
requirements of mobile home parks. A competent 91S can provide most of the data
and recommendations for mobile home parks.
d. The authorities responsible for mobile home park inspections are:
(1) The post commander.
(2) The post surgeon.
(3) Members of the medical department staff (community health nurse, etc.).
(4) Entomologist and the preventive medicine specialist.
(5) The installation engineer.
e. The basic health problem associated with mobile home parks is the spread of
communicable diseases. Contaminated water, faulty and unsanitary utilities, human
waste, and insect and rodent vectors can all serve to spread diseases.
f. Controls against the spread of communicable diseases in mobile home parks
(1) Adequate site selection.
(2) Provision of a sanitary water supply.
(3) Sanitary sewage disposal.
(4) Sanitary handling of solid waste.
(5) Insect and rodent control.