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CHAPTER 1, FOOD SAFETY
1-4 RESPONSIBILITIES
1-4.1
CHIEF, BUREAU OF MEDICINE & SURGERY
1-4.2
NAVAL MEDICAL TREATMENT FACILITIES
1-4.3
NAVY ENVIRONMENTAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE UNITS
AND NAVY
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CENTER
1-4.4
COMMANDER, NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND
1-4.5
COMMANDER, NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND
1-4.6
COMMANDER, NAVAL SUPPLY SYSTEMS COMMAND
1-4.7
COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPS
1-4.8
U.S. ARMY VETERINARY SERVICES
1-4.9
COMMANDING OFFICERS
1-4.1 Chief, Bureau Of Medicine & Surgery (CHBUMED)
Establishes sanitary standards for food procurement, inspection on
delivery, fitness for human consumption, storage and refrigeration,
preparation and serving, and disposal of food residues. In addition,
CHBUMED reviews and approves the sanitary aspects of standards,
specifications, and design criteria prepared by other Systems Commands.
1-4.2 Naval Medical Treatment Facilities (MTFs)
Naval hospitals and clinics, through their preventive medicine departments,
provide environmental health services intended to reduce the risk of
foodborne disease outbreaks including regular food service sanitation
inspections and training. In addition, they conduct epidemiological
investigations in the event of foodborne outbreaks.
1-4.3 Navy Environmental And Preventive Medicine Units
And Navy Environmental Health Center
Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Units (NAVENPVNTMEDUs), under
the command of the Navy Environmental Health Center (NAVENVIRHLTHCEN),
provide specialized consultation, advice, and recommendations in matters of
preventive medicine and environmental health to Navy and Marine Corps
activities, ashore and afloat.  Services related to food safety include:
a.
Food sanitation/safety instructor training programs;
b.
Evaluation of food sanitation/safety programs;
c.
Survey and recommendations concerning insect and vector problems;
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