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Defense Health Care: DOD Needs to Clarify Policies Related to Occupational and Environmental Health Surveillance and Monitor Risk Mitigation Activities
Debra A. Draper (au)
Occupational and environmental health surveillance (OEHS) is the regular collection and reporting of occupational and environmental health hazard data that can be used to help prevent, treat, or control disease or injury. GAO previously reported that the Department of Defense (DOD) needed to make improvements with OEHS during deployments to address immediate and long-term health issues. This report examines (1) the extent to which the military services centrally store OEHS data and verify its reliability; (2) how, if at all, DOD identifies potential occupational and environmental health risks for sites in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to what extent these risks are mitigated; and (34) the extent to which DOD and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) use OEHS data to address post-deployment health conditions. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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