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Figure 2-2. Receipt by bulk storeroom custodian using DD Form 1348-1
Figure2-1.—Meat, poultry, fish, and their by-products inspection stamps. medical  officer. Examples  of  hazardous  food  item characteristics  are  widespread  presence  of  swollen  or leaking  cans  and  products  with  either  offensive  or unusual  odors  and  colors  or  any  other  evidence  of deterioration. Refer to the NAVSUP P-486, volume I, for more information regarding the reporting and handling of nonhazardous  and  hazardous  food  items. Discrepancies in Shipment It is always possible that several discrepancies can occur during shipment and receipt. All of these can be discovered during careful inspection and verification of receipts. The following actions will be taken when these discrepancies are found. SHORTAGES  IN  SHIPMENT.—   A  shortage occurs  when  the  quantity  received  is  less  than  the quantity shown on the receipt, regardless of the quantity on the original requisition. If a shortage exists, contact the issuer or shipper, either in person or by message, to try  to  resolve  the  discrepancy.  Refer  to  NAVSUPINST 4440.179   for   further   guidance.   Shortages   due   to transportation discrepancies will be reported according to  NAVSUPINST  4610.33.  Receiving  activities  will notify  the  supply/transportation  officer  of  all transportation  discrepancies  upon  their  discovery.  For all types of discrepancies, the receipt inspector and the bulk storeroom custodian will indicate on the receipt document the actual quantity physically received by drawing a single line through the invoice quantity and recording and circling the actual quantity. Both will then  sign  and  date  the  receipt  documents.  (See  figs.  2-2 and 2-3.) Forward the documents to the FSO. When  substantial  shortages  are  found  in  shipments received  from  Navy  supply  activities  (Navy  supply centers  [NSCs]  or  Navy  supply  depots  [NSDs])  or combat  logistics  force  ships  (AFSs,  AFs  or  AORs),  you should  immediately  contact  the  issuer/shipper  in  person or by message to resolve the discrepancies. In the event shortages do exist after investigation, the full quantity and dollar value of the invoice will be posted to the Subsistence Ledger, NAVSUP Form 335; the Record of Receipts and Expenditures, NAVSUP Form 367; and the Requisition Log, NAVSUP Form 1336. The quantity and dollar value of the loss of $50 or more per line item will also be posted to the records according to the survey procedures found in the NAVSUP P-486, volume I. Losses of less than $50 per line item will be documented as a loss without survey. OVERAGES   IN   SHIPMENT.—   An   overage occurs  when  the  quantity  physically  received  exceeds the quantity stated on the receipt document regardless of the quantity on the original requisition or purchase order. When this occurs, immediate liaison is to be established  with  the  issuer  to  resolve  the  discrepancies. 2-3

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