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obtained  from  the  supply  officer  or  the  designated assistant. No  space  will  be  secured  in  such  a  man- ner  to  prevent  access  by  use  of  damage  control equipment  during  an  emergency. All  keys  to  supply  spaces  will  remain aboard  ship  in  a  key  locker. A  key  log  will  be  maintained  to  identify the  holder  of  the  key. Combinations   to   combination   locks   will not  be  recorded  in  writing  except  as  prescribed in  the  NAVSUP  P-487. All key padlocks should be 1 1/2-inch pin- tumbler  type,  with  a  dead  bolt  made  of  either brass  or  bronze. Keyless  padlocks  should  be  the  three- combination   manipulation   type. SECURITY  SPACE  GROUPINGS Supply department spaces are organized into groups   as   prescribed   by   the   NAVSUP   P-485. These  groupings  are  shown  in  figure  1-3.  The supply department is required to split the spaces into  groups  to  meet  the  many  different  security requirements. Group I This  group  is  made  up  of  general  store  spaces, including storerooms, special lockers, and related spaces.  The  lock  to  one  of  these  spaces  will  be opened by an original or duplicate key different from  keys  to  any  other  locks. Figure 1-3.—Supply department security groupings. 1-7

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