09 Apr Consolidated Arms Room Memorandum Of Agreement
a) Check whether weapons lockers or containers less than 500 pounds are attached together in groups weighing more than 500 pounds or attached to the structure. a) Check the semi-annual serial number inventories of the keys and the locks are executed by the key manager of the armament room for primary and alternative key fields. Stocks are only commented on at the back of the Masters 5513-R FOR INVENTORY. 5. DEH MFR for manufactured arm rack. Make sure weapons lockers and containers meet safety specifications. (a) Check the operating keys of the weapon room, which are in three (3) different keyrings (e.g.B. keys, container shelves and keys and J-SIIDS keys – primary keys; The entry keys, rack and container key for the alternative game) are divided. 2. Will Form DA 3749 (weapon card) be issued to persons who store prisoners of war in the weapons room? i.
private weapons. If private weapons are kept in the weapons room, check: 2. Posters. Check if danger signs are applied: the closet where ammunition is stored, the door of the weapon room, all entrances to the building where the ammunition is stored. 3. Information on gun ownership. Check whether current government and local legal data on the possession, registration and possession of private weapons are published on the Unit Bulletin Board or next to the weapons room. 2. Inventory book. The armor player should keep all his weekly and monthly inventories in a notebook in the weapon room. c) Check to see if weapons lockers and containers are secured by a 200 or 5200 series lock if they are not in use.
2. Prevention of SOP delinquency. The Crime Prevention Unit includes crime prevention techniques that include access service requirements and securing storage spaces in the absence of authorized personnel. 2. Tools. Are tools capable of breaking safety devices (bolt cutters. B, crowbar, chisel, etc.) are they placed in a separate closed container, in the front room or by weapon and only by responsible employees? 5. Defence companies must respect written authorization to remove prisoners of war from the weapons room. Check that the written authorization is recorded in the file until the weekly inventory is carried out after the weapon is returned to the weapon room or the weekly inventory after the sale/ETS/weapon and disposal, and that it is no longer kept in the weapon room.