Maintain a record for each vault, secure room,
or container used for storing classified materials.
Show the location, names, home addresses, and
home telephone numbers of the persons having
knowledge of the combination. Attach a Standard
Form 700, Part 1, to the inside of the container
to indicate the responsible custodian.
Electrically actuated locks (for example, cipher
and magnetic strip card locks) do not afford the
degree of protection required for classified
information. The Navy forbids the use of this type
of lock to safeguard classified material.
SECURING SECURITY CONTAINERS.
Rotate the dial of combination locks at least
four complete turns in the same direction when
securing safes, files, or cabinets. Most locks,
if their dial has been given only a quick twist,
will unlock when the dial is turned back in the
opposite direction. Make sure all drawers of safes
and file cabinets are held firmly in the locked
position after securing them.
After each entry and closure of a security
container, document the time opened and time
closed. Enter these times and other required
information on a Security Container Check Sheet,
Standard Form 702 (fig, 9-11).
Destroy classified material using the method
authorized by the instruction governing disposal
of Navy and Marine Corps records.
Destroy all classified materials as soon as
they are no longer required. Early disposal of
Figure 9-11 .-Security Container Check Sheet, Standard Form 702.