When a member in the naval service is in-
jured or contracts a disease while on leave,
or when for any reason the facts concern-
ing an injury or sickness have not been
entered in the individuals health record,
the medical officer or the Medical Depart-
ment representative having custody of the
record ascertains the facts in the case and
makes the necessary entries.
Any injuries and poisonings should be
recorded on the SF 600. Circumstances of
occurrence are reported as two numbered
items for active-duty military personnel.
The first item will show duty status, i.e.,
on duty/off duty at the time of the acci-
dent. The second item is a concise, factual
statement that conveys why, where, how,
and when the accident occurred.
Immunization Record (SF 601)
The purpose of this form (figs. 10-7 and
10-7A) is to record information that pertains to
prophylactic immunizations; sensitivity tests; re-
actions to transfusions, drugs, sera, and food;
Figure 10-7A.Standard Form 601, Immunization Record (Back).