lock manipulation, and 20 work hours against radiological techniques.
Vault doors must be equipped with contact switches.
c) Additionally, vaults must be equipped with one of the
following: complete electrical lacing of walls, floors and ceilings;
sensitive ultrasonic or infrared sensors within the vaults; sensitive sound
accumulator systems; or such other systems designed to detect unauthorized
entry as may be required by the using Military Department. Vault alarm
systems shall transmit a signal directly to the Central Security Operations
Point and/or the installation security station, i.e., a location that is
staffed 24-hours a day.
Day Gates. Vaults that must remain open during normal
operating hours shall be provided with self-closing and self-locking day
gates complying with using Military Department requirements.
Pharmacies. Walls, floors and ceilings of pharmacies shall
provide resistance to forced or surreptitious entry and, where necessary,
shall be reinforced. Doors and windows shall be kept to a minimum and
doors shall be keyed separately from the master key system. IDS sensors
shall be installed at all doors and windows including windows opening to
corridors. Walls surrounding pharmacies shall be constructed in accordance
with MIL-HDBK-1013/1A (reference 14a). As a minimum, perimeter walls shall
be full height from floor slab to structure above.
Doors shall be provided with security hinges and shall
be locked with security locksets. Doors may be lightweight, covered with 9
to 12 gauge steel security mesh or 16 gauge sheet steel fastened with
smooth-headed bolts and nuts peened in place. Other considerations include
"peep holes," a cipher lock or card access system for the main staff
entrance door, double locking locksets with 1-inch throws, warning signs
stating doors must remain unlocked during normal operating hours (for fire
egress), and warning signs stating "Controlled Area.
Provisions such as roll-up shutters, shall be made
for securing all service windows after normal operating hours. Frames
holding roll-up shutters and security screens or bars must be securely
fastened with smooth-headed bolts with nuts peened in place.
Duct terminals and connecting
points must be in exposed locations where they may be readily observed to
detect tampering. Openings of eight inches or larger must be protected
with 9 to 12 gauge steel security mesh. The mesh will either be welded to
the duct or secured with smooth-headed bolts with nuts peened in place.
Medical Supply Storage Areas or Facilities. In addition to the
criteria provided for Pharmacies above, high value, critical and pilferable
resources stored in this type of storage area or facility shall be enclosed
within two or more time-delay barriers, i.e., fences, security cages,
building walls, vaults or locked doors. For specific requirements, see
MIL-HDBK-1013/1A (reference 14a) and using Military Department directives.
Other Security Sensitive Areas/Rooms. Other activities or
locations may be identified by the using Military Department as security
sensitive. These areas/rooms must minimize the security risk for these
activities or locations.