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1-36. The  locks  installed  by  the manufacturer  on  the  outside  of vending  machines  are  considered adequate  for  security purposes. 1. True 2. False 1-37. When locked money boxes are used  in  the  vending  machine, the keys that lock the money box  itself  into  the  vending machine  are  kept  by  what individual? 1. Vending  machine  operator 2. Supply  officer 3. Agent  cashier 4. Person  making  collections 1-38. With  what  security  measure  are the  duplicate  keys  to  the locked money boxes in the vending  machines  handled? 1. Kept  in  a  special  duplicate key locker in the supply office 2. Sealed in an envelope and kept in the supply officer’s  safe 3. Sealed in an envelope and kept in the ship’s store officer’s  safe 4. Retained  by  the  responsible custodian  until  relieved 1-39. Where are the working keys to the  ship’s  laundry  kept  after normal  working  hours? 1. In the custody of the Ship’s  Serviceman  in  charge of the laundry 2. In the custody of the duty supply  officer 3. In the custody of the leading  Ship’s  Serviceman 4. Inside the general key locker in the supply office 1-40. What  security  precaution  is taken with regard to duplicate keys to Group IV spaces? 1. Kept in a sealed envelope in the supply officer’s safe 2. Kept by the supply officer in a special duplicate key locker in the supply office or in the supply officer’s safe 3. Kept in the general key locker in the supply office 4. Kept by the leading Ship’s Serviceman  for  access  into ship’s  store  spaces  after normal  working  hours Learning objective:  Explain the  procedures  for  emergency entry into Group III spaces. 1-41. Emergency  entry  procedures  are included  in  supply  department instructions and should be posted  outside  which  of  the following  spaces? 1. Group I 2. Group II 3. Group III 4. Group IV 1-42. If the ship’s store officer has to enter a Group III space in the  absence  of  the  responsible custodians    such    entry made in the presence of at least how many witnesses? 1. One 2. Two 3. Three 4. Four 1-43. How should the ship’s store officer secure a Group III space   after he or she has entered it and is ready to secure it? 1. Replace the lock and attach a car seal 2. Replace the lock after changing  the  combination 3. Replace the lock and add a key-type  lock 4. Lock it with a different keyless  padlock 5

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