accomplish. Figure 3-1 shows a Ships 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 ships 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
ships 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 ships
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
ships store officer will normally split up the
storerooms between different custodians for
Figure 3-1.-Stock arrangement.