Regulation Of The Minister Of Defence Number 38 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Pertahanan Nomor 38 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 1551, 2013 the MINISTRY of Defense. Health Care Personnel. Preventive. Standardization.

REGULATION of the MINISTER of DEFENCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 38 by 2013 ABOUT STANDARDIZATION of PREVENTIVE HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL at the DEFENSE MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT and the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the DEFENSE MINISTER of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that preventive health care personnel in an environment Ministry of defence and the national army Indonesia is human resources for health who was instrumental in the support of health in military operations of the war military operations other than war, and health services in order to increase the degree of health;
b. that the standardization of the health workforce is preventive guidelines in implementing the tasks and functions of preventive health in the framework of health maintenance and enhancement of the degree of environmental health in the Ministry of National Defense and the army of Indonesia;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to set rules of the Ministry of defence about the standardization of Preventive health care personnel in an environment Ministry of defence and the national army Indonesia;
Remember: 1. Act No. 3 of 2002 on State Defense (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2002 number 3, an additional Sheet of the Republic Indonesia 4169);
2. Act No. 34 of 2004 about the Indonesia National Army (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 127 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4439);
3. Act No. 36 of 2009 about health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 144 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5063);
4. Act No. 44 of 2009 About hospitals (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 153 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5072);
5. Government Regulation Number 32 in 1996 about the health workforce (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1996, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3637);
6. Presidential regulation Number 72 in 2012 of the national health system DECIDED: setting: REGULATION of the MINISTER of DEFENCE REGARDING the STANDARDIZATION of PREVENTIVE HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL at the DEFENSE MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT and the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this ministerial regulation is: 1. The standardization of guidelines is used as a guide in the conduct of the health profession include healthcare standards and support of environmental health in the Ministry of National Defense and the army of Indonesia.
2. Preventive health care personnel are health workers who are able to carry out maintenance and improvement of physical and mental health of TNI soldiers.
3. Preventive Health is all the effort, work and activities of the construction placed on health and disease prevention efforts improve health degrees in order to minimize the occurrence of pain, disability, and death in the area of operations, exercises, and at the base.
4. Medical Intelligence is all business, jobs, and the activities of the Organization of the intelligence function in the field of health.
5. Dental Fitness is a State of dental health and optimal oral from someone to be able to carry out all the duties charged to him.
6. Health Risk Assessment (assessment of health risk factors) is a systematic procedure to identify potential health hazard from exposure, evaluate subjectively or objectively &.
7. Epidemiological surveillance software is the collection, processing, analysis of health data systematically and continuously, as well as the dissemination of timely information to parties who need to know so that appropriate action can be taken.
8. the Minister is the Minister of the organizing Affairs of the Government in the field of Defense.
9. Military operations for the war which further shortened to OMP is any form of conscription and the use of force by INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES, to fight the military forces of other countries who commit aggression against Indonesia and/or in armed conflict with one or more other countries, preceded with a declaration of war and subject to international laws of war.
10. Military operations other than war hereinafter abbreviated OMSP is the military operation which was carried out not in the framework of the war.
CHAPTER II FUNCTIONS and TASKS article 2 the task of Preventive health workers organizing efforts of health maintenance and upgrading activities in: a. OMP;
b. the OMSP;
c. practice areas;
d. health facilities; and e.  unit headquarters/base.
Article 3 the task of Preventive health care personnel in the OMP as stipulated in article 2 letter a as follows: a. Organizing efforts of health maintenance, include: 1. the prevention and mitigation of injury due to war; and 2.  Prevention of disturbance of inhabitants due to the war.
b. Organization of health improvement efforts, include: 1. the implementation of the hygiene of individuals;
2. supervision of environmental hygiene and sanitation;
3. the supervision and examination of food and water is used;
4. continuous observations against the possibility of disease outbreaks;
5. observations on the possibility of the spread of nuclear material, biological, chemical, radiation, and explosive;
6. implementing quarantine/isolation of residents who contracted the plague when necessary;
7. planning tools health and wellness to disease prevention the objective in the area of operations in accordance with the analysis of the area of operations (ADO); and 8.  health counselling.
Article 4 duties of Preventative health care personnel in the OMSP as stipulated in article 2 letter b as follows: a. organizing efforts of health maintenance, include: 1. the prevention of and response to injury; and 2.  the prevention of disorders of the soul.
b. Organization of health improvement efforts, include: 1. the implementation of coordination with agencies/related agencies;
2. the implementation of the hygiene of individuals;
3. supervision of environmental hygiene and sanitation;
4. inspection and supervision of food and water is used;
5. continuous observations against the possibility of disease outbreaks;
6. observations on the possibility of the spread of nuclear material, biological, chemical, radiation, and explosive;
7. implementing quarantine/isolation of residents who contracted the plague when necessary; and 8.  health counselling.
Article 5 Preventive health workforce Tasks in the area of exercise as stipulated in article 2 letter c as follows: a. organizing efforts of health maintenance, include: 1. Prevention of injury due to exercise;
2. the prevention of infectious diseases and is not contagious; and 3.  Prevention of diseases caused by B3 (toxic and hazardous materials).
b. Organization of health improvement efforts, include: 1. management of nutrition the soldier;
2. the implementation of sanitation and environmental health;
3. the implementation of the health and safety of military;
4. the implementation of epidemiological surveillance software; and 5.  the implementation of medical intelligence and the situation of the regional medical practice.
Article 6 tasks of Preventative health care personnel in health facilities as referred to in article 2 letter d as follows: a. implementation of health maintenance efforts, include: 1. the prevention of infectious diseases and is not contagious;
2. Prevention of nosocomial infections;
3. the prevention of disorders of the soul;
4. Prevention of diseases caused by the environment;
5. Prevention of diseases caused by B3 (toxic and hazardous materials); and 6.  Prevention of diseases caused by the crisis/disaster.
b. implementation of the efforts of health promotion in health facilities for soldiers, CIVIL SERVANTS and their families, the Kemhan includes: 1. extension of health;
2. medical examination;
3. management of nutrition;
4. the implementation of the hygiene of individuals;
5. the implementation of sanitation and environmental health;
6. the assessment of health risk factors (health risk assessment);
7. the implementation of the occupational health and safety;
8. the implementation of epidemiological surveillance software;
9. the implementation of medical intelligence and the medical situation of the region;
10. implementation of dental fitness;
11. maintenance of physical freshness; and 12.  the program of family planning and reproductive health.
Article 7 tasks of Preventative health care personnel at the headquarters of the unit/Base as stipulated in article 2 letter e as follows: a. implementation of health maintenance efforts, include: 1. the prevention of infectious diseases and is not contagious;
2. the prevention of disorders of the soul;
3. the prevention of diseases caused by the environment;
4. Prevention of diseases caused by B3 (toxic and hazardous materials);
5. maintenance of physical freshness; and b.  implementation of the health care effort, include: 1. extension of health;
2. medical examination;
3. management of nutrition;
4. the implementation of the hygiene of individuals;
5. the implementation of sanitation and environmental health;
6. the assessment of health risk factors (health risk assessment);
7. the implementation of the occupational health and safety;
8. the implementation of epidemiological surveillance software;
9. the implementation of medical intelligence;
10. implementation of dental fitness; and 11.  the program of family planning and reproductive health.
CHAPTER III ORGANIZATION of the STANDARDIZATION of the HEALTH WORKFORCE is considered Part of PREVENTATIVE health care personnel section 8 Preventive health workforce consists of: a. medical personnel;
b. nursing personnel;
c. power kefarmasian;
d. public health personnel;
e. nutritional power;
f. energy physical keterapian; and g.  keteknisian medical personnel

Article 9 in order to carry out Preventive health care, Preventive health care personnel as referred to in article 8 has the obligatory knowledge, abilities, and skills obtained through education with the material as follows: a. health counselling;
b. medical examination;
c. management of nutrition;
d. implementation of the hygiene of individuals;
e. implementation of sanitation and environmental health;
f. Prevention and countermeasures injury due to exercise;
g. Prevention and countermeasures of infectious diseases and is not contagious;
h. Prevention and countermeasures of disorder of the soul;
i. the prevention and mitigation of disease due to the environment;
j. Prevention of disease due to B3 (toxic and hazardous materials);
k. assessment of health risk factors (health risk assessment);
b.   the implementation of occupational health and safety;
d. the implementation of epidemiological surveillance software;
n. execution of medical intelligence and the medical situation of the region;
o. implementation of dental fitness;
p. maintenance of physical freshness;
q. health crisis/disaster mitigation;
r. implementation programs of family planning and reproductive health; and s.  implementation of health statistics.
The second part of article 10 Qualifying preventative health Personnel referred to in article 8 required to have the following qualifications: a. Have a diploma formal education health;
b. certificate of education and Preventive health care personnel exercises organized by the Health Education Institute.
The third part of the use of section 11 (1) the use of Preventive health care personnel as referred to in article 8 are implemented in order to Support health and health services.
(2) health support as referred to in subsection (1) is used to support the OMP, OMSP and exercises.
(3) health service referred to in subsection (1) is used in health care facilities to improve the degree of the Health Unit at the headquarters/base.
The fourth part the development of the ability of article 12 (1) in order to maintain and improve the capability required the development of preventative health Personnel capabilities.
(2) the development of Preventive health workforce capabilities as intended in paragraph (1) was implemented in tiered and continued compliance with the applicable provisions.
(3) the development of abilities referred to in subsection (2) is conducted through education.
(4) the development of the ability as referred to in paragraph (3) was implemented by: a. Health Directorate Ditjen Kuathan Kemhan;
b. Health Club. TNI; and c.  Ditkes/Diskes Force.
CHAPTER IV LEVEL AUTHORITY Article 13 (1) Dirkes Kuathan Kemhan Ditjen has authority in making the policy of standardization of Preventive health care personnel.
(2) Kapuskes the TNI have the authority in the establishment and use of Preventive health care personnel.
(3) the Dir/Kadiskes Force has authority in the construction of Preventive health care personnel.
Article 14 the authority referred to in Article 13 is intended to: a. improve Preventative health care personnel in maintenance and improvement of health for soldiers, CIVIL SERVANTS and their families, Kemhan; and b.  Protecting soldiers, CIVIL SERVANTS Kemhan, and their families for the support of health and health services conducted by the Preventive health care personnel.
Article 15 the Director General of the defense forces of Kemhan conduct surveillance standard Preventive health care personnel.

Chapter V FUNDING article 16 Funding the development capabilities of Preventive health care personnel charged to the budget of each organizational Unit Kemhan, TNI Headquarters and Navy Headquarters.

CHAPTER VI CLOSING PROVISIONS article 17 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Ministerial Regulation with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on December 18, 2013, DEFENSE MINISTER PURNOMO YUSGIANTORO, INDONESIA Enacted in Jakarta on December 27, 1995 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();