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accomplish. Figure 3-1 shows a Ship’s Serviceman arranging stock in the bulk storeroom. RANGE OF RESPONSIBILITIES Your   range   of   responsibilities   as   the   bulk storeroom  custodian  may  differ  from  one  ship  to the  next.  Your  actual responsibilities  will  be  the same,  but  the  size  of  the  ship’s  store  operation and the number of storerooms will determine the difficulty of your tasks. You  may  be  assigned  to  a  ship  that  has only 1 bulk storeroom aboard, or a large aircraft carrier  that  has  10  or  more  bulk   storerooms. When there is more than one bulk storeroom, the ship’s  store  officer  will  normally  number  each bulk storeroom 1, 2, 3, and so forth. However, on a large ship such as an aircraft carrier with 10 or more   storerooms   it   may   create   confusion   to number  the  storerooms  in  this  order.  The  ship’s store   officer   may   elect   to   number   the   bulk storerooms   using   the   compartment   and   frame number  of  the  ship  where  they  are  located  (for example:   bulk  storeroom  numbers  2-325-0-A, 3-405-1-A, 01-544-1-A, and so forth). On a large ship with several storerooms, the ship’s  store    officer    will  normally  split  up  the storerooms    between    different    custodians    for 43.1 Figure 3-1.-Stock arrangement. 3-2

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