Health Risk Assessment, Surveillance, and Management
Deployment Environmental Surveillance 

The primary focus of Deployment Environmental Surveillance is the occupational and environmental health of military personnel deployed to worldwide Combatant Command locations. Environmental samples are collected from units while deployed to evaluate and assess environmental information, data analysis, and sampling and surveillance techniques.  This information is used to assist preventive medicine personnel and commanders in their decision making during deployments.

Services:

  • Training and Equipment Maintenance
  • Unit Liaison Support
  • Operational and Environmental Health Risk Reports (Sample Management Reports, Phase 1, POEMS, etc.)
  • Mobile Ambient Air Monitoring Stations
  • Tracking of deployment exposure incidents

For more information about the services listed above, please contact us

To request a classified product for occupational and environmental surveillance data at deployed locations, or to view any of our products, visit our site on the Public Health Command secure web server at https://phc.army.smil.mil/ .


For access to environmental sampling data, see the following website: https://doehrs-ih.csd.disa.mil/Doehrs/ external link 
(login required) or the Military Exposure Surveillance Library (MESL). (login required)

For more information on how to request a DOEHRS Account please contact the Environmental Surveillance Integration Program (ESIP)

Electronic copy field data sheets for the sample media listed below can be found at: https://mesl.apgea.army.mil/mesl/doehrsResources/initialize.do

  • Air (DPS, TO14, TO17, DVS)
  • Water (Treated and Untreated, Bottled) 
  • Soil

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