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The Navy is committed to providing a safe and healthful workplace for all of its personnel, military and civilian. The Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) Department at NMCPHC is a key player in ensuring the health and well-being of the Navy’s workforce. As a part of accomplishing this goal, the OEM Department publishes the authoritative guide for occupational medical surveillance and certification programs. This guide, the Medical Surveillance Procedures Manual and Medical Matrix, NMCPHC-TM OM 6260, is a critical component of the Navy’s successful medical surveillance program. The OEM Department’s professional staff also provides consultative services to health care providers and line commands to assist with the correct enrollment of personnel in medical surveillance and job certification programs. Please contact us for more information.

Medical Surveillance Procedures Manual and Medical Matrix (Edition 12) – NMCPHC-TM OM 6260 10/6/2021


Chapter 4: Chemical Stressors: Lead (Inorganic): Page 126

  1. 29 CFR 1910 – Lead -
  2. OSHA 1910.1025A - Substance Data Sheet for occupation exposure to lead

Annual Pediatric Lead Screening Report

2014 DON Pediatric Lead Screening Report

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