19 NOV 2015 Waterfront Meeting Speaker Topic Lecture Pretests Time 10 MRD-SD HMCS Hildebrand Opening Remarks 5 NEPMU-5
LT Sammons Preventative Medicine 45 NEPMU-5 LT Wedeman Potable Water 20 Fleet Dental LCDR Chilcutt Dental Updates
5 MRD-SD HMCS Hildebrand Updates 5 Lecture Posttests 10 Total 100 Pre Test Please start on the quizzes as soon as you find a seat!
Put your name on the quiz and pass to the end of the row (left) when you are done. Thank you! Medical Readiness Division [email protected] (619) 556-5191 Bldg 116 San Diego, CA 92136 Clinic (619) 556-8114 Preventive Medicine Brief LT Alicia Sammons Environmental Health Officer Navy Environmental and Preventive Medicine Unit FIVE (NEPMU-5) Chapter 5 Environmental Health Programs Afloat Throughout Americas first 145 years of war, far
more of the countrys military personnel perished from infectious disease than from enemy action. -V.J. Cirillo Section 1: Sanitation Food Tri-Service Food Code (NAVMED P-5010, Chapter 1) All ships should have implemented this program by now. New form is DD2973. All operational galleys must be inspected monthly.
Inspections must be routed to the proper Chain-of-Command: CO, XO, FSO, SUPPO. Food Service Worker Physicals. No longer required by the Tri-Service Food Code but still required via the COMNAVSURFPACINST 6000.1 Shipboard Medical Department Procedures Manual. Optional Form: DD2971,Conditional Employee or Food Employee Reporting Agreement Filling out the forms properly:
Safety Follow-up on uncorrected critical violations w/in 5 days. Closure and Opening Memos Barge galleys have to be inspected too! Re-Opening inspections by PMA prior to food service. Section 1: Sanitation Sanitation
Ships are required to conduct a quarterly inspection of the following items: Berthing and heads Barber Shops Potable Water Systems and Supplies CHT/MSD Training completion and documentation
Ships Store and Vending Machines Laundry Fitness Facilities Brig
of Living Spaces If applicable No standard forms. Work w/ colleagues, MRD, NEPMU FIVE to improve ships local forms. Section 2: Medical Waste A paper or electronic copy of the Afloat Medical Waste Management Guide, OPNAV P-45-113-1-99, must be available. Proper disposal procedures followed.
Properly stored onboard. Is it secure? Sharps containers <3/4 full? ALL OFFLOADING OF MEDICAL WASTE MUST BE LOGGED! Section 3: Pest Control Training
All larger decks with Preventive Medicine Technicians (LHAs, LHDs, LPDs, LDSs) must have completed CAT 8 Pesticide Applicator Course (CIN: B-322-1050) All IDCs must have completed Shipboard Pest Management Course (CIN: B-322-1075) Other corpsmen who are involved in pest management should complete SPM Course as well. PPE What pesticides does your ship have? And what pesticides does your ship anticipate getting in the future?
Any pyrethroid sprays, you better have respirators! All PPE and their NSNs are in the Shipboard Pest Management Manual, NAVMED P-5052-26. Recommended items include: Face Shields Respirators
Eye Protection Impervious Gloves Protective Clothing Section 3: Pest Control Pest Logs Pest
surveillance is required at a minimum of every two weeks. Areas that need to be included: Food Service Areas Sculleries Mess Decks
Ships Store (e.g., soda storage areas) Snack Areas Heads and Showers Dry Provision Storage Areas Berthing Areas
Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Shops Cleaning Gear Lockers Garbage Collection Areas Log is to be put into SAMs. However, it is recommended to have a back-up copy of pest control logs in the event SAMS is down on the day of your ships inspection. Ex. Green log book
All pesticide use shall be documented monthly on DD form 1532-1. Section 3: Pest Control Log Ship Sanitation Control Certificate Program What is a Ship Sanitation Control Certificate anyway? Required to be renewed every 6 months.
This is a service NEPMU-5 provides to every ship. Email us at [email protected] If your ship is in a yard period or a maintenance period, this can lapse. Items inspected during your SSCC. Food Inspection Logs, Pest Logs, Water Logs, Habitability Logs, Training Records, Previous MRI. Section 4: Potable Water Sanitation
Testing WATER BIBLE: NAVMED P-5010 Ch. 6 - Water Supply Afloat. This instruction tells you exactly how many halogen samples and bacteriological samples must be taken and from where on the ship depending on: Crew Ship size location (underway vs. port) Water source (approved vs. unapproved) LOGS!
It is a best practice to have back up hard copy of water logs as well, in the event SAMS goes down during your ships inspection. Ex. Green log book Section 4: Potable Water Sanitation Items Your of Interest: ship must have a Water Sanitation Bill. Posted in conspicuous places. An example of a water
sanitation bill can me found in the NAVMED P-5010 Chapter 6: Water Supply Afloat. Positive and Negative Controls. These must be done monthly and logged into your water logs. Approved Contact water sources during deployment. NEPMU-5 in the event your ship has a question about a potable water source in a foreign country.
Section 5: Tuberculosis Control Program ALL CONVERTERS MUST HAVE AN ANNUAL FORM IN THEIR RECORD WITHIN THE LAST YEAR. NAVMED 6224/8 Provider must make risk determination and sign/date form. Any new reactors must have been evaluated by
a provider. All converters must have completed documentation of LTBI treatment therapy, such as INH or Rifampin or there must be documentation of why active TB was ruled out in their record signed by a provider. *This is a critical section. This program should be of high importance! If you have concerns about TB, contact us! Section 6: Health Maintenance
Health Records Annual health record verification Current documentation on the DD 2766 form PHAs TB Annual Risk Assessment Forms for EVERYONE!
Pap Smears (specific periodicity found here: NAVMED P117, Article 15-112.3.(d).4.a-d) Annual Well Woman Physicals HIV every 2 years (100% compliance) DNA Blood Type
G6PD Sickle Cell Immunizations on SF 601 form (documented shot administration or positive titers) Section 6: Health Maintenance Occupational Health Members
assigned to specialty programs on Medical Surveillance Questionnaire (OPNAV 5100/15) Required specialty exams documented in health record Audiology Baseline Audiograms required for every person. Non Hearing Conservation personnel are required to get an audiogram every 5 years.
Hearing Conservation Program personnel are required to get an audiogram every year. Personnel on the HCP should be identified on each ships Industrial Hygiene Survey. According to the new Tri-Service Food Code Instruction, what is the maximum amount of time that uncorrected critical violations have to be followed up by? a. 5 business days b. 5 calendar days c. 7 calendar days d. 7 business days According to the new Tri-Service Food Code
Instruction, what is the maximum amount of time that uncorrected critical violations have to be followed up by? a. 5 business days b. 5 calendar days c. 7 calendar days d. 7 business days required to be inspected on a quarterly basis? a. Berthings b. Laundry c. Barber Ships d. All of the Above required to be inspected on a quarterly basis?
a. Berthings b. Laundry c. Barber Shops d. All of the Above Which medical staff are required to have a current Category 8 Pesticide Applicator certificate? a. SMO b. Dental Doc c. IDC d. PMT Which medical staff are required to have a current Category 8 Pesticide Applicator certificate?
a. SMO b. Dental Doc c. IDC d. PMT What is a Ship Sanitation Control Certificate? a. A Certificate stating the ship is free of infection, infestation and contamination. b. Permission to enter. c. Certificate of Prophylaxis d. Certificate of pesticide application. What is a Ship Sanitation Control Certificate?
a. Certificate stating the ship is free of infection, infestation and contamination. b. Permission to enter. c. Certificate of Prophylaxis d. Certificate of pesticide application. True of False. The same Annual TB Risk Assessment form is to be used for both PPD converters and everyone else. a. True b. False True of False. The same Annual TB Risk Assessment form is to be
used for both PPD converters and everyone else. a. True b. False Questions? Contact us at [email protected] 619-556-7070 Fleet Dental Sara A. Chilcutt LT DC USN Fleet Division Officer/ Fleet Liaison Officer NBHC Naval Base San Diego Fleet Office: (619) 556-4797 Front Desk: (619) 556-8239/40 [email protected]
Medical Readiness Division [email protected] (619) 556-5191 Bldg 116 San Diego, CA 92136 Active Duty Clinic-Gen Surgery Director, MRD CDR Hoang has volunteered to see common general surgery pathology on Fridays at Dept of Surgery, NMCSD to fast track fleet referrals, including: Soft tissue (lipoma, epidermal inclusion cyst, pilonidal cyst); Anal disease (hemorrhoid, anal/rectal abscess); Screening colonoscopy Symptomatic cholelithiasis Hernia (ventral, incisional, inguinal, umbilical) Gen surg matrix referral rules still apply. Conditions requiring long term follow up will not be included in active duty clinic, unless discussed with MRD Physician Supervisors. Include forward to Dr. Hoang in body of the referral.
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CME how to CME Information CME Code (To claim credit online): 8107 Closing Date (To claim credit online): 27 NOV 2015 To complete CME Log onto the MRD IDC website and click on the CME credit link or Go to NMCSD SEAT SharePoint site (via citrix or NMCSD/BMC computer) and click on MRDSD Waterfront Meeting http:// nmcsd-as-spfe05/sites/dpe/setd/Lists/cmesurvey/Item/newifs.aspx?List=be0f840e%2D04 89%2D4b5a%2Db8de%2D9c4cd1a323e5&Web=0901130e%2Dd444%2D45b8%2D8bc7%2 D5b9ec10dca77 Post Tests Please put your name on the quiz! CME Code: 8107
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