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BULK   STOREROOM   SECURITY   EVALUATION   SHEET 1. Are keyless padlocks (NSN 5340-00-285-6523) and a dead bolt door lock used  to  secure  the  bulk  storeroom? YES NO 2.  If  dead  bolt  door  locks  are  impractical  to  install,  are  high-security  key- type  padlocks  with  shrouded  shackles  used  instead? YES NO 3. Are high-security hasps installed on the door to the bulk storeroom and have any hinge pins that are exposed been tack welded to prevent removal? YES NO 4.  Is  the  combination  to  the  bulk  storeroom  keyless  padlock  and  the  setting-in key placed in a signed, sealed, and dated envelope and held in the ship’s store   officer’s   safe? YES NO 5. Are duplicate keys to the bulk storeroom kept in the ship’s store officer’s safe  in  a  sealed  envelope? YES NO 6.  Has  the  combination  to  the  bulk  storeroom  lock  been  changed  within the last 6 months and/or on relief of the ship’s store officer or responsible custodian? YES NO 7.  If  your  bulk  storeroom  has  an  intrusion  alarm  system,  is  it  connected to  a  central  area  that  is  manned  24  hours  a  day? YES NO 8.  Are  emergency  entry  procedures  posted  near  the  entrance  to  the  bulk storeroom  where  they  may  be  readily  seen? YES NO 9. If the keyless padlock (NSN 5340-00-285-6523) is not available from the supply  support  activity,  are  you  using  key-type  padlocks  (NSN 5340-00-682-1508 or 5340-00-582-2741) in conjunction with a car seal to secure  the  bulk  storeroom? YES NO 10. When using car seals to secure the bulk storeroom, are the numbers to the  car  seals  logged  in  the  car  seal  number  log? YES NO 11. Before removing any car seals, do you make sure the number on the car seal you are removing is the same number recorded in the car seal number log? YES NO 12. When setting combinations on the keyless padlock, did you pick numbers randomly  and  not  use  popular  dates  or  other  easy  to  guess  numbers? YES NO Figure 3-3.—Bulk storeroom security evaluation sheet. 3-6

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