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Regulation of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia No.

736 / Menkes / Per / VI / 2010 About Procedure of Drinking Water Quality Inspection With the grace of God Almighty Minister of Health of the Republic of Indonesia, Considering: a. that to implement the provisions of Article 4 paragraph (5) Regulation of the Minister of Health No. 492 / Menkes / Per / IV / 2010 on Drinking Water Quality Requirements, need to set the treatment of drinking water quality monitoring; b. that the Decree of the Minister of Health No. 907 / Menkes / SK / VII / 2002 on the Terms and Supervision of Water Supply is deemed no longer adequate for the implementation of quality control of drinking water that meets health requirements; c. The above points as points a and b, should be established Procedure Drinking Water Quality Inspection by Minister of Health; Given: 1. Law No. 4 / 1984 on Epidemic Disease (Republic of Indonesia Year 1984 Number 20, Supplement Republic of Indonesia Number 3272); 2. Law No. 8 of 1999 on Consumer Protection (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1999 Number 42, Supplement Republic of Indonesia Number 3821); 3. Act No. 7 of 2004 on Water Resources (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2004 Number 32, Supplement to the Republic of Indonesia Number 4377); 4. Act No. 32 of 2004 on Local Government (Republic of Indonesia Year 2004 Number 125, Republic of Indonesia State Gazette Number 4437) as amended several times, most recently by Law Number 12 Year 2008 on the Second Amendment to Law Number 32 Year 2004 regarding Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 59, Supplementary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 5. Act No. 36 of 2009 on Health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2009 Number 144, Supplementary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5063); 6. Government Regulation No. 82 of 2001 on Water Quality Management and Air Pollution Control (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2001 Number 153, Supplementary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4161); 7. Government Regulation No. 28 of 2004 on the Safety, Quality and Nutrition Food (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2004 Number 107, Supplementary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4424); 8. Government Regulation Number 16 of 2005 on Development of Water Supply System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2007 Number 33, Supplementary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4161); 9. Government Regulation No. 38 of 2007 on the Division of Government Affairs between the Government, Provincial Governments and Local Government

municipalities (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2007 Number 82, Supplementary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 10. Government Regulation Number 42 Year 2008 on Water Resources Management (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 82, Supplementary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4858); 11. Government Regulation Number 24 Year 2010 regarding Position, Duties and Functions As well as the State Ministry of Organizational Structure, Duties and Function of Echelon I of State Ministries; 12. Minister of Industry and Trade Decree No. 705/MPP/Kep/11/2003 of Technical Requirements for Bottled Water Industry and trade; 13. Health Ministerial Decree No. 267 / Menkes / SK / III / 2004 on Organization and Administration of Technical Implementation Unit in the Field of Environmental Health Engineering and Eradication of Communicable Diseases, as amended by Regulation of the Minister of Health No. 891 / Menkes / Per / IX / 2008 regarding Amendment Decree of the Minister of Health No. 267 / Menkes / SK / III / 2004 on Organization and Administration of Technical Implementation Unit in the Field of Environmental Health Engineering and Eradication of Communicable Diseases; 14. Minister of Industry and Trade Decree No. 651 / MPP / Kep / 10 / 2004 on the Technical Requirements of Water Supply Depot; 15. Health Ministerial Decree No. 1267 / Menkes / SK / XII / 2004 on Public Health Laboratory Service Standards District; 16. Regulation of the Minister of Health No. 1575 / Menkes / Per / XI / 2005 on Organization and Management of the Ministry of Health, as amended last view of the Minister of Health Regulation No. 430 / Menkes / Per / XI / 2005 on Organization and Management of the Ministry of Health; 17. Regulation of the Minister of Public Works No. 18 / DW / M / 2007 on the Implementation of Water Supply System Development Munum; 18. Regulation of the Minister of Health No. 356 / Menkes / Per / IV / 2008 on Organization and Work of Port Health Office; 19. Regulation of the Minister of Health No. 741 / Menkes / Per / VII / 2008 on Minimum Service Standards for the Health Sector in the District; 20. Regulation of the Minister of Public Works No. 01 / DW / M / 2009 on the Implementation of Water Supply System Development Network Not Piping; 21. Regulation of the Minister of Health No. 492 / Menkes / Per / IV / 2010 on Drinking Water Quality Requirements; Decides: Setting: Regulation of Procedure of the Minister of Health on Drinking Water Quality Monitoring. Chapter 1 General Provisions In this Regulation, the meaning of: Article 1

1. Drinking water is water that through processing or without processing qualified health and can be drunk directly. 2. Organizers of drinking water is a state-owned enterprises / regionally owned enterprises, cooperatives, private enterprises, individual businesses, community groups and / or individuals who perform the implementation of water supply. 3. External supervision is supervision carried out on drinking water pipe network system, depot drinking water, drinking water pipe network is not for commercial purposes and not commercial by the Public Health Service municipalities and Port Health Office for the working area of Port Health Office. 4. Oversight of internal control is done on drinking water pipe network system, depot drinking water, drinking water pipe network is not for commercial purposes by the organizers of drinking water. 5. Drinking water system with drinking water pipe network is distributed through a network of piping to the community / customers. 6. Drinking water pipe network is not a drinking water comes from shallow wells, hand pump wells, rainwater tanks, water terminals, water tankers, or building protection of water. 7. Depot drinking water are industrial enterprises which conduct processing of raw water into drinking water and sell directly to consumers. 8. Depot's drinking water is a tank car to transport drinking water from drinking water providers with the piping network and non-water piping network to the terminal and / or depot refill drinking water that meets the requirements as stipulated between the food laws and regulations. 9. Bottled drinking water is the raw water that has been processed, packaged and safe to drink. 10. Field testing is testing the quality of drinking water conducted at sampling sites. 11. Port Health Office, hereinafter abbreviated CTF (KKP) is a technical implementation unit within the Ministry of Health which is under and responsible to the Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health with working areas include ports, airports and land border posts. 12. Engineering Institute of Environmental Health and Communicable Disease Eradication BTKLPPM is hereinafter abbreviated technical implementation unit within the Ministry of Health which is under and responsible to the Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health. 13. Hereinafter called the Government of the Central Government is the President of the Republic of Indonesia, which holds the power of the government of the Republic of Indonesia as defined in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1945. 14. Local government is the governor, regent, or mayor and the regional body as elements of regional governance. 15. Director General means the Director General of the duties and responsibilities in the areas of Disease Control and Environmental Health. 16. Minister is the Minister who held government affairs in the health sector. Chapter II Scope

Article 2 (1) The scope of the governance arrangements of drinking water quality monitoring include: a. external oversight, and b. internal control. (2) External oversight as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a done by the District Health Office / City and CTF (KKP). (3) Internal controls as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b made by the organizers of drinking water. Article 3 Organizers held a water drinking water supply for commercial purposes are required to conduct an internal control. Article 4 Supervision for quality bottled drinking water kilaksanakan by the Food and Drug Supervisory Agency in accordance with statutory regulations. Chapter III Monitoring Procedure Part One General Article 5 To achieve the quality of drinking water in accordance with requirements set by legislation must be external supervision and internal controls. Article 6 External supervision and internal monitoring is done by 2 (two) ways include: a. Periodic supervision; and b. The supervision of the indication of pollution. Article 7 (1) Regular external supervision for drinking water pipe network system conducted at the farthest point on the distribution unit. (2) Regular external supervision for drinking water depots performed at unit filling gallon containers of drinking water.

(3) Regular external supervision for drinking water pipe network is not carried on any drinking water facilities. Article 8 (1) Periodic internal monitoring for drinking water pipe network system carried out in each unit of production and distribution units. (2) Periodic internal monitoring for drinking water depots performed in the production unit and charging unit gallon containers of drinking water. (3) Periodic internal monitoring for drinking water pipe network is not done on drinking water facilities. Article 9 External supervision and internal controls over pollution indication performed on all units of the implementation of water supply. Part Two Implementation Supervision Article 10 (1) Drinking water quality monitoring activities include: a. Sanitary inspection performed by observation and assessment of the physical quality of drinking water and risk factors; b. Drinking water sampling was conducted based on the results of sanitary inspections; c. Drinking water quality testing conducted in accredited laboratories; d. Analysis of laboratory test results; e. Recommendations for implementation of follow-up; and f. Monitoring the implementation of follow-up. (2) Organizers of drinking water in implementing internal controls required to implement health risk analysis. Article 11 (1) The implementation of sanitary inspections conducted by: a. Determination of the location of points and sanitation inspection frequency; b. Observation and assessment of drinking water facilities, and c. Setting the risk level of pollution based on the results of the assessment. (2) Further provisions megenai procedures for sanitary inspection as set out in Annex to this Regulation. Article 12

(1) Sampling of drinking water must meet the following requirements: a. Determination of the location of sampling points based on the results of sanitary inspections; b. Sample points spread and represents the water quality of drinking water supply system. c. Samples were taken, stored and shipped in a sterile container and free from contamination. d. Shipping samples performed immediately. e. Samples taken furnished detailed data view samples and labels. (2) In terms of sample delivery as referred to in paragraph (1) letter d, take a long time, the sample must be preserved in advance in order to prevent the occurrence of changes in sample composition. (3) Determination of the number and frequency of drinking water sampling in the external and internal supervision as set out in Annex to this Regulation. Article 13 (1) Implementation of testing drinking water samples carried out in an accredited laboratory or field testing using a calibrated test equipment field. (2) Method of testing drinking water samples refer to the Indonesian National Standard or method specified by the National Accreditation Committee, or other methods that can be justified by reference to the accuracy of test results. (3) In the event a District does not have an accredited laboratory, the local government as a laboratory water quality testing laboratories. (4) Procedure for laboratory determination referred to in paragraph (3) as contained in the Annex to this Regulation. Article 14 Analysis of the results of laboratory tests carried out through: a. Comparing the results of laboratory testing of drinking water quality parameters in accordance with the provisions of statutory laws and regulations; b. Identification of suspected source of contamination; and c. Identification of remedial measures. Article 15 (1) Head of Health District/city and/or the head of the CTF (KKP) issue recommendations in accordance with the results of the analysis of the testing laboratory. (2) If the results of the analysis does not comply with the requirements of the quality of drinking water, the recommendations referred to in subsection (1) equipped with the follow-up improvement suggestions. Article 16

(1) Drinking water providers must immediately follow the drinking water quality improvement in internal control if the results did not meet the requirements of the quality of drinking water. (2) Organizer of drinking water should carry out the follow-up of the recommendations of external oversight as referred to in article 15. Article 17 Monitoring of follow-up as stipulated in article 4 held by Health Service District/city and/or CTF. Article 18 (1) Implementation of sanitation inspection, sampling of drinking water, and drinking water quality testing is carried out by trained personnel. (2) Trained personnel as referred to in subsection (1) is a laboratory, sanitarian, and other personnel who have the skills to do the sampling inspection sanitation or drinking water that is evidenced by a certificate of training. Article 19 (1) In the special conditions and emergencies, the head of The Health District/city and/or the head of the CTF must monitor the quality of drinking water. (2) The special conditions referred to in subsection (1), is a condition in a activity that involves the community in such a large number of sports activities and the activities of the National Championship. (3) Emergency conditions referred to in subsection (1) is outside the normal state as naturally as natural disasters and exceptional circumstances. (4) Provisions on the procedures for supervision on conditions as referred to in subsection (1) as contained in the annex to this Regulation. Article 20 In the framework of the implementation of the surveillance epidemiology, environmental health impact analysis and rapid response, assessment, early warning and mitigation extraordinary/plague and disaster, the health of the environment and Health Committee, BTKLPPM can perform supervision of the quality of drinking water according to the duty and function. Chapter IV Supervisory Responsibilities Article 21 The Government and local governments guarantee the quality of drinking water supervision.

Article 22 In order to control the quality of drinking water, the Government has the responsibility to: a. Set the policy and strategy of national supervision of the quality of drinking water. b. Do coaching, control and monitoring of the implementation of the surveillance. c. In the special conditions and emergencies take the anticipation or security of drinking water. d. Provide technical assistance if needed. Article 23 In order to control the quality of drinking water, the provincial government is responsible: a. Set the policy and strategy of the supervision of the quality of drinking water. b. Do coaching in the implementation of the supervision of the quality of drinking water to the district/city. c. In the special conditions and emergencies take the anticipation/security of drinking water in the area. d. Provide technical assistance if needed. Article 24 In order to control the quality of drinking water, the Government of the District/City is responsible: a. Set laboratory examiners quality drinking water. b. Set additional parameters with drinking water quality requirements refer to the list of additional parameters. c. Conduct oversight of the quality of drinking water in the area. d. Conduct monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the supervision of the quality of drinking water in the area. e. In the special conditions and emergencies take the anticipation/security of drinking water in the area. Chapter V Financing Article 25 (1) The Government and local governments should allocate Budget revenues and Expenditures of State or Local income and Expenditure Budget for the financing of the implementation of the surveillance of the external quality of drinking water. (2) In addition to the sources of financing as referred to in subsection (1), the financing of the implementation of the surveillance of the external quality of

drinking water can be derived from other sources that are not binding according to the provisions of the legislation. (3) Source of funds for financing the internal scrutiny comes from drinking water provider. Chapter VI Record keeping and reporting Article 26 (1) The results of the internal supervision of drinking water quality is recorded and reported to the Head Office of the Health District/city every month. (2) Head of Health District/City reported the results of surveillance of the external quality of drinking water to the Regent/the Mayor every 6 (six) months with copy to the Secretary through the Director-General. (3) In the special conditions and emergencies, the head of the Office of the health of District/City is obliged to report the results of the external oversight to the Regent/the Mayor and Head Office of the health of the province with copy to the Secretary through the Director-General. (4) In the special conditions and the condition of the darorat, the head of the mandatory reporting of external supervision of the CTF to the Minister through the Director-General with a copy to the Head Office of the health of the province/County/local city. (5) Provisions on record keeping and reporting implemented as listed in the annex to this Regulation. Chapter VII Publications Article 27 (1) Local Government should publish the results of the surveillance of the quality of drinking water in the area of at least 1 (one) times a year. (2) The publication referred to in subsection (1) done through print and/or electronic. Chapter VIII Administrative Provisions Article 28 (1) If the organizer of the drinking water does not carry out the follow-up as stipulated in article 16, the local Government District/Town can take administrative action. (2) The administrative measures referred to in subsection (1) in the form of: a. Oral warning; b. A written warning; and

c. Banning the distribution of drinking water in the area. Chapter IX The provisions cover Article 29 At a time when this Regulation comes into force, then the decision of the Minister of health No. 907/Menkes/SK/2002 of the terms and the supervision of the quality of drinking water, all governing supervision, revoked and declared not valid. Article 30 This regulation came into force on the date specified. In order for the cognizance, ordering the enactment of these regulations with placements in the news of the Republic Indonesia. Set in Jakarta on 18 June 2010 signed by Minister Of Health by

I. Sanitary inspection Sanitary inspection conducted for drinking water distribution pipe network system, depot drinking water, drinking water instead of piping network. If there is an indication of contamination, the sanitary inspection can be done in all units ranging from raw water unit, unit of production, distribution and service unit unit. The frequency of inspection of sanitary dllakukan during the dry season and rainy season. The location of the point and the frequency of inspection of sanitation, as well as the valuation is determined as follows: a. The location point and a minimum inspection frequency for sanitary drinking water piping network system Location of sanitary inspection point Catchment area for raw water from the springs The tapping of water (broncaptering) Watersheds (DAS) for raw water from surface water Distribution pipes Tandon water (reservoir) Sanitary inspection frequency per year 2 2 2 2 2

b. The location point and a minimum inspection frequency for drinking water sanitation depot. Location of sanitary inspection point Place of origin of the raw water Raw water transport equipment (tank car) Tandon (to store the raw water) Laundering gallons (somewhere and leaching of the container/gallon that would fill drinking water) Charging gallons (somewhere and how charging drinking water into the container/gallon) Sanitary inspection frequency per year 4 4 4 4 4

c. The location point and a minimum inspection frequency for sanitation is not a drinking water distribution pipe network Location of sanitary inspection point Well dig/shallow wells Well drilling/deep well hand pumps Tub of rainwater catchment Terminal air Water tank car Building protection spring Sanitary inspection frequency per year 2 2 2 2 2 2

d. How assessment Judgment given against all observations on an object observed by answering questions with: Yes or No. The results of sanitary inspections done by calculating the average percentage answers YES from all of the objects observed. The average percentage is then converted into the level of the risk of contamination with the category is very high (AT), high (h), medium (S) and low (R). As for the conversion of the average percentage to the level of risk of pollution, are as follows: % Average < 25 25 50 51 75 > 75 The level of the risk of contamination the risk of pollution is very high (AT) the risk of contamination is high (T) the risk of contamination being (S) the risk of contamination is low (R)

The results of sanitary inspections with the categories AT and T, sampling of drinking water will not be performed before the action improvement over means. Whereas the results of sanitary inspections with the category of S and R, done taking and testing samples of drinking water. Sanitary inspection in using the form as stated on the sample Form I. II. DETERMINATION OF THE NUMBER AND FREQUENCY OF SAMPLING OF DRINKING WATER A. Determination of the number and frequency of Sampling of drinking water On External Supervision.

Sampling of drinking water was implemented based on the results of sanitary inspections as it decomposes above, namely of the drinking water distribution pipe network system, depot, and drinking water instead of drinking water piping network with risk of contamination being (S) and low (R). a. Water distribution pipe network system is minimal. Sampling of drinking water was implemented based on the results of the internal oversight reports drinking water provider. The number of samples and the frequency of testing samples of drinking water should be implemented based on population served on distribution network in accordance with the provisions of the minimum of the following:

Parameter

Testing Frequency Once a month Once a month Once a month

Physical Microbiological Residual Chlorine*

Mandatory Six monthly chemicals Additional Six monthly chemicals** Description: *Residual chlorine tested at the outlet of the reservoir with the value of the maximum 1 mg/l and the furthest point of the dlstribusi unit of at least 0.2 mg/1 ** Additional chemical parameters set by the regulations of the area. b. Water Depot

the number of samples / samples/ distribution network Total population served < 5000 5000-100,000 > 100,000 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population plus 5 additional samples 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population plus 5 additional samples 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population plus 5 additional samples 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population

The number of samples and the frequency of testing samples of drinking water is done against the water ready to put into gallons/container of drinking water in accordance with the provisions of the minimum requirements as follows: Testing Frequency Number of samples Parameter Microbiological Once a month 1 Physical Once a month 1 Mandatory chemicals Six monthly 1 Additional chemicals* Six monthly 1 Description: * Additional chemical parameters set by the regulations of the area. c. Drinking water distribution pipe network is not The number of samples and the frequency of testing samples of drinking water is done in accordance with the provisions of the minimum requirements as follows: Parameter Microbiological Physical Mandatory chemicals Additional chemicals* Testing Frequency Once a month Once a month Six monthly Six monthly Number of samples 1 1 1 1

Description: * Additional chemical parameters set by the regulations of the area. B. The number of settlers and the frequency of Sampling of drinking water On Internal Oversight

1. Drinking water distribution pipe network system The number of samples and the frequency of testing samples of drinking water is minimal set based on population served on distribution network: Parameter Testing Frequency Once a month Once a month Once a month the number of samples / samples/ distribution network Total population served < 5000 5000-100,000 > 100,000 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population plus 10 additional samples 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population plus 10 additional samples 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population plus 10 additional samples 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population 1 1 per 5000 1 per 10,000 population population

Physical Microbiological Residual Chlorine*

Mandatory Six monthly chemicals Additional Six monthly chemicals** Description: *Residual chlorine tested at the outlet of the reservoir with the value of the maximum 1 mg/l and the furthest point of the dlstribusi unit of at least 0.2 mg/1 ** Additional chemical parameters set by the regulations of the area. 2. Water Depot

To ensure the quality of the drinking water produced satisfy the requirements, mandatory drinking water depot implement internal surveillance of the quality of the water ready dlimasukkan into gallons/container of drinking water. The number of samples and the frequency of testing drinking water samples carried out in accordance with the provisions of the minimum requirements as follows: 1) Raw water Parameter Microbiological Testing frequency Once a month Number of samples 1

Physical Once a month 1 Mandatory chemicals Six monthly 1 Additional chemicals* Six monthly 1 Description: * Additional chemical parameters set by the regulations of the area. 2) Water is readily incorporated into gallons/drinking water container Parameter Testing frequency Number of samples Microbiological Once a month 1 Physical Once a month 1 Mandatory chemicals Six monthly 1 Additional chemicals* Six monthly 1 Description: * Additional chemical parameters set by the regulations of the area. 3. Drinking water distribution pipe network is not The number of samples and the frequency of testing samples of drinking water is done in accordance with the provisions of the minimum requirements as follows: Parameter Testing frequency Number of samples Microbiological Once a month 1 Physical Once a month 1 Mandatory chemicals Six monthly 1 Additional chemicals* Six monthly 1 Description: * Additional chemical parameters set by the regulations of the area. III. Lab assignments Lab assignment procedure for testing the quality of drinking water as follows: a. Government Laboratories 1) Have a letter of the decision of the Organization of the Government agencies concerned as official work units. 2) Head of Health District/city proposed designation of the quality of drinking water Laboratory Examiner with enclosed description; 3) If there are several laboratories that meet the criteria of attach skoring each laboratory and basic consideration proposed one laboratory. 4) If there is only one laboratory that meets the criteria, please include the basic consideration proposed laboratory is concerned. 5) On the recommendation of the head of the Department of health District/city, Regent/Mayor published a letter of determination of the Quality of drinking water

Laboratory Examiner up to 2 (two) years and can be extended along the still meets the criteria and requirements issued by the local Government District/city. b. Private Laboratories 1) Form Of Legal Entity 2) have the deed of Foundation of the laboratory 3) Have employment contract between the Government of the County/city with the laboratory concerned. IV. SUPERVISION ON SPECIAL CONDITIONS AND EMERGENCY CONDITIONS 1. Special conditions Example: National Sports week, Haji, National Jamboree, MTQ, and others. The procedures for supervision of the following: a. Office of the Health District/Town do coordination with Service/relevant agencies (Bappeda, public works/Kimpraswil, Laboratory Testing Of Drinking Water). SPAM organisers Association organizer of drinking water for drafting plans for handling oversight of water quality on special conditions. b. County/City health service and/or CTF plans inspection of sanitation, drinking water sampling and testing the quality of drinking water. c. County/City Health Service and/or CTF coordinating action monitoring drinking water quality (relevant agencies, organizer of drinking water, drinking water provider Associations, professional organizations, NGOS) on the special conditions that include: Logging field about the State of the quality of drinking water; The compilation of the data field and analysis of test results; The preparation of the plan the handling of water quality in particular, by the stakeholders (lnstansi related, organizer of drinking water, drinking water Provider Associations, professional organizations, NGOS/community groups); Implementation of handling special conditions by stakeholders; Do special handling of monitoring conditions. d. County/City Health Service report the State of the quality of drinking water, handling has been done the constraints/obstacles encountered and the results have been achieved. 2. Emergency conditions Example: natural disasters, exceptional circumstances the disease is transmitted through the air, and others.

The procedures for supervision of the following: a. The Health District/Town do coordination with Service/Agencies tekait (Bappeda, PU, Laboratory Testing of drinking water). Organizer of drinking water, drinking water Provider Associations, professional organizations for the preparation of action plan mitigation to prevent the occurrence or minimize the impact of emergencies in the event of an emergency condition. b. In the event of an emergency condition, the Health Service District/city must coordinate with the organizer of drinking water, drinking water Provider Associations, professional organizations and NGOS/community groups care about the quality of water for to do: Logging field about the State of the quality of drinking water and the cause; The compilation of the data field; Perform inspection of sanitation, sampling of drinking water and drinking water quality testing, analysis of results of testing; Compose recana emergency and rehabilitation; Implementation of handling emergency and rehabilitation: Conduct monitoring of the handling of the emergency response and rehabilitation. c. If necessary, submit proposals to the Regent/ Mayor to requests for assistance to the central province / Government. d. County/City Health Service report the State of the quality of drinking water, handling has been done, the constraints/obstacles encountered and the results have been achieved. V. Record keeping and Reporting

Record keeping and reporting for berbagal activities related to the supervision of the quality of drinking water either externally or internally are required in the framework of the monitoring, evaluation, and planning by the organisers of drinking water as well as The Keschatan County/City and/or CTF. A. Record keeping

1. Record-keeping by providers of drinking water Every drinking water provider for the registration of each activity perform supervision of internal, namely: The plan making and testing sampeI drinking water; The details of each data sample; lnspeksi sanitation; and Testing a sample of drinking water. 2. The recording by County/City Health Service and/or the CTF County/City Health Service and/or the CTF do the recording for each external oversight activity results: Sanitary inspection; and

B.

Testing a sample of drinking water.

Reporting

1. Reporting by the organizer of drinking water Organizer of drinking water should compile and submit a report to the Department of health county /city with copy to the Regent/ Mayor. Several types of reports that must be reported are as follows: a. The results of the test samples of drinking water at the point furthest unit distribution, reported every month. b. The findings of the internal scrutiny of the results to the Head Office of the Health District/city, if there are things that cannot be corrected/resolved itself by the organizer of drinking water. c. A concise explanation of problematic areas and corrective actions taken 2. Reporting by the Health District/city and/or CTF County/City Health Service, and/or CTF composing, and sending reports drinking water quality monitoring based on reports from organizers of the drinking water and the results of the external oversight to the Bupati/Walikota local with copy to the Office of the health of the province and the Minister of health through the Director General of disease control and Environmental Health. Report of the external and internal oversight of the activities include a concise explanation of problematic areas and corrective actions taken. The frequency of reporting is: a. The supervision intervals reported 6 (six) months b. Special parameters of microbiology. reported to be 1 (one) time per month c. If the supervision and the results obtained parameters not qualified then do check back each month. In the reporting of surveillance of the external and internal use forms a recapitulation of the drinking water quality testing results as stated in the example Form II. Signed etc.