(4) Health and environment activities.
(5) Medical center hospital.
(6) Medical warehouse storage facilities.
PART A - ESTABLISHING SECURITY MEASURES FOR MEDICAL FACILITIES
1. Physical Measures.
a. Circulation Control. Some movement control within medical facilities requires security planning.
Employees, visitors, and patients must be covered. Each group requires special control techniques.
b. Security Lighting.
(1) Security lighting can be routinely used:
(a) Within medical treatment facilities.
(b) Adjacent to medical treatment facilities.
(c) Along all well-traveled foot paths, where possible.
(2) Special use of security lighting:
(a) Prevents/reduces crime.
(b) Prevents/reduces vehicular and pedestrian accidents.
(c) Assists in emergency activities.
(d) Accommodates nighttime circulation pattern or vice versa.
(e) Illuminates entrances to critical or sensitive areas, and other access points.
c. Lock and Key Control. A lock and key control system identifies locks and their locations. The
(1) All keys and combinations to controlled, medical sensitive items and precious metals will be
issued to only certain persons. These are those persons authorized access to those items. Personnel
having access should be kept to a minimum. Containers will only be unlocked when items are removed
or inert. Containers may be unlocked only when under enough control or observation of designated
personnel to prevent unauthorized entry/use.
(2) Special Form 700 relates to Classified Container Information. This form will be used and
posted near all combination locks. Names of individuals authorized access to the container will be