In the role of NCOIC for the Naval Station Great Lakes Installation Support Plan (ISP) section, this individual serves as a mentor to three Food Inspectors. They are responsible for ensuring the quality assurance and safety of subsistence worth over $50 million annually. Additionally, they input training information into the Digital Training Management System (DTMS) for 17 Soldiers and process S1 and S3 documents for incoming and outgoing Soldiers for 21 Soldiers. They coordinate quarterly sampling for the Destination Monitoring Program (DMP) and manage the hazardous food recall program for three installations. Furthermore, they input, review, and approve ISP inspection reports to ensure compliance with DOD safety policies.
Food Inspection Specialist
As a Food Inspection Specialist, this individual conducts food and sanitation inspections for three installations. Their responsibilities include performing food safety surveillance, conducting food vulnerability assessments, and analyzing water quality. They meticulously record and document inspection findings and follow up to ensure compliance. They inspect various food items such as red meats, poultry, water, eggs, dairy products, and fresh produce. They also evaluate packaging, packing, and marking requirements. Additionally, they identify unsanitary conditions in food storage facilities and commissary stores. Operating and maintaining inspection equipment is part of their duties, and they also report suspected fraud and assist in foodborne illness investigations.