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occupational and environmental health surveillance 'occupational and environmental health surveillance' is an military term meaning '(DOD) The regular or repeated collection, analysis, archiving, interpretation, and dissemination of occupational and environmental health-related data for monitoring the health of, or potential health hazard impact on, a population and individual personnel, and for intervening in a timely manner to prevent, treat, or control the occurrence of disease or injury when determined necessary'.
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