(3) Seeing that pumps at dispensing points are locked, power is cut off, and hoses are secured
when facility is not operational.
i. POL credit cards and ID plates will be centrally controlled by a custodian. This will be done
preferably at Director of Industrial Operations (DIO) level. (If used weekly, or more often, a card or
identaplate may be left with the vehicle or aircraft log book. Credit cards and identaplates will be kept
in a locked container, with restricted access. This is the case regardless of location.) These cards and
plates will be controlled through the use of a log book with the following information:
(1) Signature of person to whom issued.
(2) Rank of person to whom issued.
(3) Credit and identaplate serial number.
(4) Aircraft or vehicle number or USA registration number.
(5) Date and time signed out.
(6) Date and time returned.
3. Level II Security Measures for POL. The following are added security measures that may be
implemented. Use is up to the discretion of the local CO. He should coordinate with the PM or security
officer; together they should analyze the security environment of their command.
a. Designate POL storage and dispensing points as mission-essential or vulnerable areas. Do so
in accordance with AR 190-13.
b. Ensure containers that can be used to carry fuel are secured. Ensure that hoses that can be
used for siphoning are also secured. None of these items should be left lying around.
c. Ensure POL point attendants properly and legibly complete entries on the correct issues forms.
Attendants (not recipients) should complete forms. Verify quantity issued by personally reading meter;
spot check recipient's signature against the signature of the Armed Forces ID card.
d. Place seals on all points that might allow fuel theft by any means. Examples are bulk fuel tanks,
tank trucks and fuel pads. Storage buildings and containers might also need such seals. This practice
is very important on points where a padlock cannot be used. The measure is also useful for bulk
shipments off the post. Broken seals indicate tampering (See Appendix H at the end of this
e. Monitor unit or activity POL usage. Do so to determine if it is excessive. Periodically validate
unit or activity requirements against POL point issues. This is done to discover indications of criminal
activity. Spot check frequency and quantities of issues to specific vehicles at POL