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DEPARTMENT THE ARMY 
HHC, 525T11 MILITARY POLICE BATTALION 
U.S. NAVAL STAT ION, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA APOAE09360 
REPLY TOATTENTION OF: 

SOUTHCOM
MEMORANDUM FOR Director, CLOe, 
Joint Task Force
SOUTHCOM 

DEPARTMENT THE ARMY 
HHC, 525TH MILITARY POLICE BATTALION 
U.S. NAVAL STATION, GUANTANAMO BAV, CUBA APO AE09360 
RE:PLYTOATTENTION OF: 

SOUTHCOM 
Joint Task ForceGuantanamo Bay, Cuba 
SUBJECT: Rodent Survey Building October 2012, the JTF Preventive Medicine Department conducted rodent survey Building per your request. Based the observations from this survey, not believe there currently active rodent infestation this building and therefore the associated health risk posed working this facility negligible. 
With the exception the 2nd floor hallway, the drop-ceilings were too high remove and look in, the rodent assessment was made visual inspection for rodent droppings, trail markings, holes entry/exit points along the baseboard, and presence rodents alreadyplaced sticky traps. OBSERVATIONS: (Large Courtroom): signs rodent droppings, markings, entry/exit points anywhere this room. 
Security Entrance (off Large Courtroom): signs rodent droppings markings, but there large enough gap under the two doors leading into this area from the outside that would sufficient for mice enter and exit. work-order should placed close these openings. 205: signs rodent droppings, markings, entry/exit points anywhere this room. There were two sticky traps place this room already, but there was bait placed either trap. 
Upstair's Hallway: The ceiling tiles were removed and large amount mouse feces was 
observed the ceiling tiles. sticky trap baited with peanut butter was placed above the ceiling 
tile for surveillance. 202: Along one window were few mouse droppings. Three sticky traps (without bait) were already present around the baseboards the room. additional sticky trap (baited with peanut butter) was placed near the window for surveillance purposes. 

ARSO-GTC-PM SUBJECT: Preventive Medicine Assessment Room A006, America, Following Fire Damage 
windowsills) cleaned well order remove all rodent feces. This not only important from hygiene perspective, but will also allow the occupants conduct their own surveillance they see clean areas becoming contaminated with new rodent feces. spoke several occupants the building that worked each floor and there have been rodents observed heard the building. While this wouldn't necessarily negate the possibility that there may mice the building (as evident the mouse droppings above the ceiling the hallways and the offices mentioned above), does suggest that there not significant rodent infestation problem this time. 
The JTF Preventive Medicine Department will continue provide pest management related oversight and surveillance this location. 

SOUTH COM The Poin Contact for this memorandum the JTF Preventive Medicine ore and can 
reached 
(b){3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 

MAJ, 
JTF Preventive Medicine ore 

SOUTH COM SOUTH COM SOUTHCOM

JTFGTMO-PM Form EHS001 (Page: 1of1)-Tuesday, November 20, 2012 

JOINT TASK FORCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DEPARTMENT SOUTHCOM 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SANITATION INSPECTION REPORT 
JTF Preventive Medicine 
Date Inspection: 28-0ec-12 
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Facility: 
Camp Justice 
Location: The Beef area 
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Signature(s): (b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Facility Manager, OIC, Person Charge [print name, position, and phone number]: 
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Signature: Inspection Type: Routine Incident Driven Re-inspection 
Inspection Resu It: Satisfactory Unsatisfactory [date re-inspection; 
Number Critical Deficiencies: 
Number Non-Critical Deficiencies: 
Deficiency/Recommendations: 
Recommendation 
The racks the walk-In refrigerator need Equipment, such reach-in refrigerator, cleaned. Food residue and debris was used for storage packaged unpackaged 
found floor and shelves. food and the equipment cleaned and 
sanitized frequency necessary this critical deficiency: Yes N/A 
preclude accumulation soil residues. 
IAW: MED 4-40 (3) 
Reach-In refrigerator and freezer are missing Thermometer will provided and readily thermometers. accessible for use ensuring attainment and th1s critlcc:il deficiency: Yes N/A maintenance food temperatures. IAW: MED 530 4-31 
JTFGTMO-PM Form EHS001 (Page: 1)-Frlday, December 28, 2012 

JTFGTMO-PM Form EHS001 (Page: 2)-Monday, July 23, 2012 

JOINT TASK FORCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DEPARTMENT 
SOUTHCOM 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SANITATION INSPECTION REPORT 
Date Inspection: 10-Jan-13 
(b)(3):10 USC130b,(b)(6) 
Facility: Jurisdiction: JTF Camp Justice 
Location: 
Tent, Laundry room and Lavatory 

(t:l)(6) 
(b)(3}:10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Signature(s) 
Facility Manager, ore, Person Charge [print name,. position, and phone number]: 
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6)
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Inspection Type: Routine Incident Driven Re-inspection 
Inspection Result: Satisfactory 
Unsatisfactory [date re-inspection: 
Number Critical Deficiencies: 
Number Non-Critical Deficiencies: 
Recommendation 

,..._ this critical deficiency: Yes N/A IAW: 
JTFGTMO-PM Form EHSOOl (Page: 1of2)-Thursday, January 10, 2013 

SOUTHCOM 
JTFGTMO-PM Form EHSOOl (Page: 1of1)-Thursday, January 31, 2013 

SOUTHCOM 

SOUTH COM 

10. VIOLATIONS (List critical first.} (Continued/ REFERENCE 	CRITICAL REPEAT e.PARAGRAPH FROM VIOLATION DESCRIPT1DN/REMARKS/CORRECTIVE ACTIONS YES MED 630 

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11a. INSPECTOR'S NAME AND SIGNATURE 	11b. DATE INSPECTION 11c. TIME INSPECTION
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130b,(b)(6) 2a. ESTABLISHMENT REPRESENTATIVE'S NAME AND SIGNATURE 
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JOINT TASK FORCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DEPARTMENT 
SOUTH COM 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SANITATION INSPECTION REPORT 
Date Inspection: 13-Mar-12 
(b)(3):10 use 130b,(b)(6) 
Facility: Jurisdiction: NAVSTA Camp Justice 
Location: 
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(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6)
Signature(s) 
Facility Manager, OIC, Person Charge: )(3): USC 130b ,(b )(6) 
Signature: 
Inspection Type: 
ti' Routine r-Incident Driven r-Re-Inspection 
Inspection Result: 
ti' Satisfactory Unsatisfactory [date re-Inspection: 
Number Critical Deficiencies:

Number Non-Critical Deficiencies: 
Deficiency /Recom mendatlons: 
Deficiency Recommendation 
The laundry LA1 had excess lint the Make sure the tint clean out the dryers dryers and the floor. prevent fire and sweep the llnt off the floor. this critical deficiency: r-Yes 
IAW: NAVMED P-5010 Section 2-33 
JTFGTMO-PM Form EHSOOl (Page: 1of1)-Wednesday, March 14, 2012 

JTFGTMO-PM Form EHSOOl 
(Page: 1of1)-Wednesday, May 23, 2012 

JOINT TASK FORCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DEPARTMENT 
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SANITATION INSPECTION REPORT SOUTH COM 
Date Inspection 06-Jun-12
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b}(6) Camp Justice Facility: Jurisdiction: 
Locatton: Exterior and Interior Grounds Inspector(s): 
(b}(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
(b)(3):10 use130b,(b)(6)
Slgnature(s 
Facility OIC, Person Charge: 
Signature: 
Inspection Type: Routine Incident Driven Re-inspection 
Inspection Result: Satisfactory Unsatisfactory (date re-Inspection:
Number Critical Deficiencies:

Number Non-Critical Deficiencies: 
Recommendation 
N/A N/A this critical deficiency: Yes N/A IAW: 
Additional Comments: 
Chlorine was still below range. will continue test for chlorine residual. 

JTFGTMOPM Form EHSOOl (Page: 1of1)-Thursday, June 07, 2012 

JOINT TASK FORCE PREVENTIVE MEDICINE DEPARTMENT 
SOUTHCOM
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SANITATION INSPECTION REPORT 
Date Inspection: 13-Aug-12 
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Facility: Jurisdiction: NAVSTA.AO 
Camp Justice 

Location: 
The Beef area 

(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) (b}(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6) 
Slgnature(s): 
OIC Person 
(b)(3):10 USC 130b,(b)(6} 
Inspection Type: Routine Incident Driven Re-inspection 
Inspection Result: Satisfactory 
name 
and Unsatisfactory [date re-inspection: 
Number Critical Deficiencies: Number Non-Critical Deficiencies: 
Deficiency/Recommendations: 
Recommendation Tray macaroni and cheese walk-In-Food prepared and held the refrigerator refrigerator was not dated will clearly marked the time this critical deficiency: Yes N/A preparation Indicate the date. 
IAW MED 530 Paragraph -55 Tartar sauce walk-inrefrigerator was Discard food the manufacturers use -by-expired with June 2012 date. date. this critical deficiency: Yes N/A IAW: MED 530 Paragraph -60 a.(4).b 
Additional Comments: 
All deficiencies were corrected the spot food being thrown away. 

JTFGTMO-PM Form EHS001 (Page: 2)-Tuesday, August 14, 2012 

SOUTH COM 

Additional Comments: deficiencies were found. 

JTFGTMOPM Form EHS001 (Page: !)-Wednesday, October 10, 2012
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DEPARTMENT THE ARMY 
HHC, 525TH MILITARY POLICE BATTALION
U.S. NAVAL STATION, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA APO 09360 
FIEPLY ATTENTION OF: 
ARSO-GTC-PM February 2013 
MEMORANDUM FOR RECORD 
SUBJECT: Rodent Survey Follow Building 34. 22ND February, the JTF Preventive Medicine Department escort (b13Jc conducted rodent survey follow Building 34. OBSERVATIONS: 
Room 202: signs rodent sticky trap droppings, markings entry exit pointsin this room. 
Room 203: signs rodent sticky trap droppings, markings entry exit pointsin this room. Room 204: signs rodent sticky trap droppings, markings entry exit points this room. 
SOUTHCOM 
Room 205: signs rodent sticky trap droppings, markings entry exit points. 
Room 201: signs rodent droppings, markings entry exit points. The JTF Preventive Medicine Department will continue provide pest management related services and surveillance this location. BREM still has five bait stations set around the perimeter the building and these are being maintained. Contact for this memorandum the JTF Preventive Medicine OIC and can 
MAJ, JTF Preventive Medicine OIC 

AFSO-MP-GT SUBJECT: Standing Operating Procedure for Detention Facility Inspections within the Joint Task Force Preventive Medicine Jurisdiction. 

(5) 
Reports problem areas and administrative issues the JTF Food Service NCOIC, Camp NCOIC, JMG Commander, appropriate. 

(6) 
Facility must coordinate with the JDG Engineer OIC correct any structural issues and ensure they are addressed timeJy manner. StructuraJ issues not immediately addressed will reported the Joint Detention Group (JDG) Deputy Commander. 

(7) 
Report all health and sanitation violations the respective camp OIC watch commander immediately. The NCOIC/LPO, Preventive Medicine Department. 

(1) 
Reviews all inspection reports, both satisfactory and unsatisfactory, ensure thorough and accurate recommendations are appropriate findings. 

(2) Informs the Chief Preventive Medicine all unsatisfactory inspection results 

(3) 
Reviews unsatisfactory inspection reports with the technician who conducted the inspection. When directed the Chief Preventive Medicine, accompany technicians/speciaJists conducting follow-up inspections after any unsatisfactory report. 

(4) 
Schedules inspections manner prevent facilities from predicting when future inspections will occur. 

(5) 
Provides technical guidance fixed-facility holding cell inspection procedures. 

(6) 
Accompanies each technician conducting inspections least twice per quarter. 

(7) 
Reports inspection findings, problems, and administrative issues the Chief 
Preventive Medicine. 

(8) Establishes in-service training programs for all PMTs conducting detention facility 
inspections. Preventive Medicine Specialist. 
(l) 
Inspect detention facility holding cells monthly and maintain log all satisfactory and unsatisfactory inspection reports the office. These reports will kept indefinitely, unless otherwise directed. 

(2) 
Conduct inspections random cells which detainees are living accordance with the following coordination requirement: 

AFSO-MP-GT SUBJECT: Standing Operating Procedure for Detention Facility Inspections within the Joint Tak Force Preventive Medicine Juri sdiction. 
Ensure there evidence insect rodent infestation accordance with VMED P-5010-8 (Rev. Nov. 2004). evidence insect rodent infestation noted, attempt use sanitary and engineering procedures eliminate the pest(s) first. these measures fail, last resort, apply coordinate through the JTF engineer/BEEF appropriate pesticide being applied. Again, pesticides are last resort and all engineering modifications must completed before any pesticide application takes place. Ensure all covered living spaces provide least square feet per detainee resident. 
All food service facilities that serve detainee populations must meet all sanitation requirements specified MED 530. Camp V/VI food preparation area for food preparation only. Leftover food should not store this area. Only condiments, and PHF, are permitted IAW JDG SOP #35. REFERENCES: 
SECNAVINST 1640.9C PERS-68 Jan 2006 
NAVMED P-5010-8 (Rev. Nov. 2004) 
USAPHC 307 April 2006 MED 576, Sanitary Control and Surveillance Water Supplies Fixed Installations, March 1982. JOG SOP #35 
SOUTHCOM 

(b)(3):10USC 130b,(b)(6) 
MAJ, 
JTF Preventive Medicine OIC 

AFSO-MP-GT SUBJECT: Standing Operating Procedure for Food Facility Inspections within the Joint Task Force Preventive Medicine Jurisdicti on. 
(5) 
Reports problem areas and administrative issues the JTF Food Service NCOIC, Camp NCOIC, JMG Commander, appropriate. The NCOIC/LPO, Preventive Medicine Department. 

(1) 
Reviews all inspection reports, both satisfactory and unsatisfactory, ensure thorough and accurate recommendations are appropriate findings. 

(2) Informs the Chief Preventive Medicine all unsatisfactory inspection results. 

(3) 
Reviews unsatisfactory inspection reports with the technician who conducted the inspection. When directed the Chief Preventive Medicine Department, accompanies technicians/specialists conducting follow-up inspections after all unsatisfactory reports for the facility. 

(4) 
Schedules inspections manner prevent facilities from predicting when future inspections will occur. 

(5) 
Provides technical guidance food facility sanitation inspections. 

(6) 
Accompanies each technician conducting inspections least twice per quarter. 

(7) 
Reports inspection findings, problems, and administrative issues the Chief the Preventive Medicine Department. 

(8) 
Ensures Risk Assessments are conducted annually using the most updated version Form 7437-R and will adjust inspection frequency based upon results. Preventive Medicine Specialist. 
(1) Detainee Food Inspections: 
(a) Reviews previous inspection reports prior conducting each inspection. 

(b) 
Technician will observe food handlers ensure food being handled 
MED 530, NAVMED p-5010-1, and JDG SOP 35. 

(c) 
Not all detainees have the same privileges, diets vary, and guards must take responsibility from food handlers once food passed the first sally port camp. This does not negate the responsibility the guard handle food MED 530. 

AFSO-MP-GT SUBJECT: Standing Operating Procedure for Food Facility Inspections within the Joint Task Force Preventive Medicine Jurisdiction. 
(5) 
Pen Copy applicable regulation Procedure: 
(1) 
Tech identifies himself/herself and announces his/her intent the facility mangers, OIC/NCOIC their designated representative. 

(2) Tech immediately washes his/her hands before proceeding with the inspection. 

(3) 
Tech conducts inspection MED 50 and VMED 5010-1 identifies all observed deficiencies and records them FORM 5161-1 Comprehensive Food Establishment Inspection Form, FORM 5162-R Routine Food Establishment Inspection Report, Joint Task Force Preventive Medicine Department Environmental Health and Sanitation Inspection Report "deficiencies noted" and "recommendation" appropriate remediate observed deficiency. Recommendation will written exactly stated MED 530 and NAVMED 5010-1 and not paraphrased. 

(4) 
Non-critical deficiencies corrected the spot will annotated the inspection form with the statement "non-critical deficiency was corrected (Name) the spot." INSPECTION REPORTS: 
Upon completion the inspection, the inspector will provide copy the FORM 5161-1 Comprehensive Food Establishment Inspection Fonn FORM 5162-R Routine Food Establishment Inspection Report the facility manager, OIC, NCOIC designated representatives and maintain the original. Any deficiencies and recommended corrective actions will annotated the "Remarks" Section the fonn MED 530 and VMED 5010-1. 
The inspector will rate the facility operation satisfactory unsatisfactory. more than hours after the inspection, the inspector will provide written report the manager, explaining any deficiencie(s) and corrective action(s). The inspector will sign and date all fonns used during the inspection. The inspector should then request that the manager person charge also sign and date the forms. Should the individual refuse sign, the inspector will print the individual's name the form and annotate "Refusal Sign." The inspector will leave copy all forms use during the inspection with the facility representative. 

(1) Satisfactory Ratings: ratings will given IAW authority listed section the SOP. 
(2) Unsatisfactory Ratings When facility receives unsatisfactory rating, the inspector will out brief the manager, emphasizing the deficiencies and the corrective action(s) required for 

AFSO-MP--OT SUBJECT: Standing Operating Procedure for Food Fact1ity mons within the Joint Task Force Preventive Me