AR 40-562 PDF
Find the most up-to-date version of AR at Engineering Army Regulation 40– BUMEDINST B AFI 48–_IP CG COMDTINST MG Medical Services Immunizations and Chemoprophylaxis for the. Immunization records will be reviewed and required immunizations will be administered in accordance with AFJI 48–/AR 40–/BUMEDINST / CG.
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User Name Remember Me? This publication is a major revision. Army Reserve unless otherwise stated. It also applies to the followin: Uniformed Departments of the Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard including the active and reserve components of each Service ; non military persons under military jurisdiction; selected Federal employees; selected employees of DOD contractors; and family members and other health care beneficiaries eligible for care within the military health care system.
This regulation is applicable during mobilization Proponent and exception authority. The proponent of this regulation is The Surgeon General.
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The proponent has the authority to approve exceptions or waivers to this regulation that are consistent with controlling law and regulations. The proponent may delegate this approval authority, in writing, to a division chief within the proponent agency or its direct reporting unit or 40-52 operating agency, in the grade of colonel or the civilian equivalent.
All waiver requests will be endorsed by the commander or senior leader of the requesting activity and forwarded through their higher headquarters to the policy proponent. This is a command decision made with medical and chaplain advice. Requests for religious exemption must include name, rank, social security number SSNoccupational specialty code or branch, and a description of the religious tenet or belief contrary to immunization. Permanent exemptions for religious reasons will not be granted.
The major command MAJCOM commander is the designated approval ag revocation authority for temporary immunization exemptions.
A military physician must counsel the applicant. The physician should ensure that the Service personnel is making an informed decision and should address, at a minimum, specific information about the diseases concerned; specific vaccine information including product constituents, benefits, and risks; and potential risks of infection incurred by unimmunized individuals.
The commander must 40-5622 the individual and recommend approval or denial of the exemption request, by endorsement. The commander must counsel that noncompliance with immunization wr may adversely impact deployability, assignment, or international travel, and that the exemption may be revoked under imminent risk conditions. The commander, in making his or her recommendation, should consider the potential impact on the individual, the unit, and the mission.
Do you know if there is something similar to this that would apply for dependents of those in the Navy? I have a friend that is looking for excemption letters and I ae they’re still using Tricare.
It was the most horrible military experience we have ever had, you wouldnt believe what they put my husband through just because he didnt want the flu shot. He is still mocked by his peers to this day about it. Find More Posts by katiematie.
Originally Posted by HadassahSukkot. Originally Posted by katiematie. Thanks, preggo brain just let me skip that part somehow. My dh is reserves, but he had no trouble getting out of his flu shot last year. I’m hoping the same holds true this year. Mommy to Spencer 5.
I totally believe it. I’m really worried about this swine flu thing, they just LOVE to test things out on the military. I’m going on leave over Thanksgiving and then on terminal leave starting Dec.
I will probably just say that there’s a chance I could be pregnant The obstetrician normally sees childbirth as trouble. If he leaves it alone, it’s a miracle. But my understanding is that the military follows the CDC guidelines.
AR 40-562 Immunizations and Chemoprophylaxis
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Find More Posts by HadassahSukkot. Send a private message to katiematie. Originally Posted by HadassahSukkot Do you know if there is something similar to this that would apply for dependents of those in the Navy? Originally Posted by katiematie my husband is Air Force and tried to get out 40-52 his flu shot last year and got threatened to be dishonarably discharged because of it. Send a private message to mandyhoward.
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