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Chapter 7 Inventory Management
combination. Before doing so, the custodian may, if he so desires, conduct an inventory of the stores in the space. Grand Master Key The supply officer is required to maintain in his custody  a  grand  master  key,  which  will  open  all  locks in groups I, II, and IV. It will NOT open locks in group III. If authorized by the supply Officer, duty supply officers or duty petty officers may pass the duplicate key between them when the number of supply officers aboard is such that the senior petty officers are required to  set  as  department  duty  officers. GROUP  IV—  All  of  the  ship’s  service  activities (barbershop,  tailorshop,  laundry,  cobbler  shop,  and photographic  shop)  when  cash  sales  are  not  made through them, or no material for cash sale is stowed therein.  When  the  latter  conditions  exist,  these  sprees are  placed  under  group  III. Each lock in group IV must have an original key different from the keys to other spaces. It must be kept by the person in charge of the space during working hours. After duty hours, the person in charge of the space must turn the key over to the duty petty officer for safekeeping in the key locker in the supply office. A duplicate  key  for  each  space  is  safeguarded  in  the  same manner  as  for  group  I. The  supply  officer  or  the designated assistant retains in his custody a master key (original) to all locks in group IV. The supply officer retains the duplicate master key in his custody. Figure 6-4 illustrates typical custody with regard to keys. Study and become familiar with it. Sets of locks containing locks for group I, II, and IV supply spaces, are available in various sizes to meet the  requirements  of  different  ships.  When  a  single series padlock set is inadequate to meet the needs of large  ships,  more  than  one  set  may  be  used.  For example, one set for group I and a second set for groups II and IV. Figure 6-4.-Supply space groups and custody chart. 6-15

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