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tempered water at Navy/Marine Corps facilities currently existing on Oahu
a.  Tempered water will not be required at handwashing facilities
outside of food preparation areas if the original design of the building
did not require hot water piping to the fixture.
b.  Tempered water will be required at hand washing facilities where
adequate plumbing is provided for in the design of the building.
c.  Tempered water will be required at hand washing facilities located
within food preparation areas (or close proximity) and designated
specifically for use by food handlers during normal food service
Section 1-4, paragraph 8c(7) of NAVMED P-5010, CH 1, directs the Medical
Department Representative to "review local plans and design specifications
relating to construction of new food service facilities and renovation of
existing facilities."  This will be done to ensure compliance with public
health requirements; the policy set forth in subparagraph a. above does not
apply to new construction/renovation.
5.21.1  Interior Distribution Systems:  Include electrical characteristics
(phase, voltage and number of wires) of circuits and a breakdown of the
estimated connection load to show:
Lighting and convenience outlet load.
b.  Power load for building equipment such as heating, air
conditioning, etc.
c.  Loads for special operating equipment such as compressors,
generators, pumps and for power receptacles being provided to energize
special equipment.  Apply an appropriate demand factor to each to compute
total demand load.
d.  Show the type of wiring system, such as rigid conduit, electrical
metallic tubing, nonmetallic sheathed cable, etc., and where proposed for
e.  Indicate type of conductors, such as rubber insulated, varnished
cambric insulated lead covered, etc., and where proposed for use.
f.  Include a statement describing proposed pertinent standards of
design, such as voltage drop, lighting intensities and type of lighting
g.  Determine the short circuit duty required for protective devices
and switchgear and the proper selection and setting of protective devices
to insure that the electrical system will be properly coordinated.
h.  Indicate the type and arrangement of telephone, signal, security
and fire alarm systems.


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