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NAVY - BUMED P-5010-6 07/25/05

MANUAL OF NAVAL PREVENTIVE MEDICINE CHAPTER 6 WATER SUPPLY AFLOAT

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Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 25 July 2005
Status: active
Page Count: 64
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This chapter provides information for safe and proper potable water handling procedures for United States Naval Ships (USNS). Applicable potable water quality standards are set forth in current Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV), Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED), and Military Sealift Command (MSC) instructions. The basic principles outlined in the following sections will help prevent water-borne disease outbreaks. The use of trademark names in this publication does not imply endorsement by the Department of Navy (DON), but is intended only to assist in identifying specific products.

All personnel concerned with loading, treatment, storage, distribution, and medical surveillance of potable water should be familiar with current applicable naval instructions and directives, which supplement this chapter.

Purpose.

This revision reflects information for safe and proper protable water handling procedures for United States Naval Ships (USNS).

Document History

BUMED P-5010-6 07/25/05
July 25, 2005
MANUAL OF NAVAL PREVENTIVE MEDICINE CHAPTER 6 WATER SUPPLY AFLOAT
This chapter provides information for safe and proper potable water handling procedures for United States Naval Ships (USNS). Applicable potable water quality standards are set forth in current...
November 1, 1990
MANUAL OF NAVAL PREVENTIVE MEDICINE CHAPTER 6 WATER SUPPLY AFLOAT
This chapter provides information for safe and proper potable water handling procedures aboard vessels. Bacteriological, physical, and chemical characteristics of potable water for the Navy are set...

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