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7-4.3.2 Suggested Labeling Techniques (Inside)1. Brother P-Touch labeling device.2. Engraved Plastic - Glue on (Tape).3. Engraved Plastic - Snap-in.4. Metal Foil - Engraved numbers.5. Metal Foil - Typed numbers.6. Metal Foil - Indelible Marker.7. Plasticized Paper - Kroy Machine.8. Plasticized Paper - Stencils.9. Dymo Tape (with improved glue) - Large Type 1/2".10. C.A.S.E. Labels with plastic coating and 2 sided Tape7-4.3.3 Numbering and Locks and KeysPostal managers should number centralized delivery equipment as follows:a. Assign postal owned equipment an Identifying number or letter.b. Place this identification number on each unit. Use plastic stick-on decals or stencils. These numbers are not to be used in the customer's mailing address. Use 2" blue aluminum numbers. Check locally for availability. Lustre Cal in California manufactures labels with serialized numbers in sequence; for a catalog, call (209) 334-6263.c. Label the inside bottom ledge of each compartment with the address assigned to it, in sequence, when practical, from top to bottom and from left to right. When labeling a CBU, put names and addresses on the lip below each compartment so they will not be visible when customers open their compartments. You must work closely with the AMS unit to assure maximum benefits from the installation of centralized delivery equipment.d. The compartment doors may be numbered on the front, in sequence, from top to bottom and from left to right. These compartment numbers must not be used as part of the customer mailing address. The customers' names and street numbers must not appear on the outside of the compartment.e. Send a copy of the subdivision plat map to AMS. This map must include street names, approved street numbers, and location of equipment. Areas to be served by each unit should also be noted on this plat map for final approval by AMS office.f. Place the assigned compartment numbers on a roster of equipment locations (see examples in this section). This roster should include as a minimum, the unit identification number, the location of the unit, the addresses served at each unit (including ZIP+4 Codes), serial # if CBU, and the date the unit became functional. It should be prepared before the unit is placed in service. These rosters are to be kept in the delivery office as long as the equipment is operational.g. Notice 69-B, Neighborhood Delivery and Collection Box, can be completed by the postmaster or designee. The completed form can be given to the real estate salesman, or sales office for issuance to the buyer upon completion of the sale or left by the carrier at each residence where lt will be found by the new occupant.h. If a person with disabilities cannot reach their compartment, exchange compartments to a lower compartment or extend delivery to their residence.7-4.3.4 Supplying Locks and KeysThe Postal Service supplies all compartment locks and three keys. Customers may duplicate keys at no expense to the Postal Service.Postal managers should take the following actions in issuing and controlling locks and keys:a. Postal management has the responsibility for establishing procedures for distribution and storage of keys for centralized delivery equipment.b. For CBU's/NDCBU's, give all compartment keys to the customer with a notice stating that the Postal Service keeps no duplicate keys and if all keys are lost a new lock will have to be installed at their expense. Refer to Section 3, Policy, page 5 for additional information.c. Ask customers to return all compartment keys to the post office when they move from their residence. When a customer moves, the lock should be changed before the compartment is reissued.d. Where all of the compartments are not assigned, locks and cams for the unassigned compartments may be used as replacements. Remove and switch locks between an unassigned compartment and the customer's compartment requiring a new lock. To keep the doors secure, always re- install a lock (in the locked position) in all unassigned compartments.e. Postal management should provide the customer with instructions on proper operating procedures for all centralized delivery equipment.f. When new centralized delivery equipment is installed, remove all keys and store them at the post office.g. Keep all keys for unassigned compartments at the post office.h. Suggested method of storage is to use P-570 envelopes labeled with address, compartment number, CBUINDCBU location, and identifying number of the unit.i. For parcel locker customer keys:1. When not in use, the parcel locker compartments must be kept in a locked position.2. The keys for compartments not in use should be kept in the outgoing mail compartment of the accompanying NDCBU, or in a Parcel locker key holder (PSIN D1199).3. Carriers must check all parcel lockers each delivery day and remove customer keys not in use. Follow procedures outlined above.4. In post offices, the customer keys should be secured behind the screen line when not in use. Parcel lockers in postal facilities should be checked a minimum of once a day for customer keys left in the lock.5. For more detailed information on parcel lockers, refer to Central Delivery Guidelines.7-4.3.5 Locks and KeysCustomer door locks for CBU's/NDCBU's are available as an item of supply at the Materiel Distribution Centers.Order locks and cams during your normal requisitioning cycle using PS Form 7380, MDC Supply Requisition. Cite the Postal Service item number and required quantity. The unit of issue for either locks or cams is one package of ten each so don't mistakenly order ten times the required quantity.A listing showing the item numbers and application for NDCBU locks and cams can be found in Maintenance Bulletin MMO-4M4 (see Maintenance section in Central Delivery Guidelines). Note that lock 0910A replaces the discontinued 0910C. All Weather Parcel Lockers and CBUs require lock number 09108. Cams for them can be ordered directly from the respective manufacturer.Customer door locks for p.o. box modules are ordered in the same fashion as CBU/NDCBU locks. Item number 03068 is used in box modules 2901-2903 and 0306D in 2904 and 2905 modules. Keys cannot be locally duplicated but replacement keys can be ordered from the Mail Equipment Shops on PS Form 3915, Post Office Box Key Requisition. Non-accountable locks, which have keys that can be locally duplicated, are expected to be available in FY 94.Arrow Locks: Use PS Form 4983, Postal Key and Lock Requisition, to order arrow locks. Please note that there are two types of arrow locks:a. Regular arrow locks - for use in most apartment style boxes and NDCBU's/CBU'sb. Y type arrow locks - for use in rotary cabinets and some NDCBU's.7-4.3.6 After InstallationVisit the site and verify proper installation of equipment and perform slab inspection. The slab(s) should conform to the approved design (see MMO-18-92) unless; "Local conditions such as retaining walls or covering of an existing drainage ditch mitigate the use of these designs. We recommend that any design not conforming to the standard details be approved by a Facilities Service Office or Facilities Service Center. The intent is that a qualified architect or engineer would review and approve any alternate design."a. Make sure that unit is installed in the proper location, facing the direction you specified (customer compartment facing away from street).b. Shake unit vigorously. Make sure that the pedestal is secure on the slab and that the head of the box is secure on the pedestal. Check entire unit for potential safety hazards.c. Are there obvious cracks or imperfections in the slab?d. Are the units level and correctly spaced?e. If the unit has not been prepped, secure customer keys and install the arrow lock.f. If the customer installed the equipment and it passes inspection, it is ready to service.7-4.4 Preparing the CBU/NDCBU Rostera. Working with the developer, determine the locations) where CBU's/NDCBU's will be installed.b. Establish which addresses will be served by each location; determine the number and type (I, II, III) of CBU's/NDCBU's needed to serve the addresses.c. Be sure to select the CBU/NDCBU types that will efficiently serve the location while still keeping segmentation in mind.d. A roster must be completed for each postal owned unit deployed. Take the time to fill out the roster completely and correctly. To do so:1. All entries should be printed and legible.2. Fill out the top portion of the roster. If you fill out the roster prior to installation, be sure to go back and fill in the installation date.3. Complete the address, portion of the roster by entering the street name, suffix and number in the appropriate places. Keep addresses in sequential order flow to high). Do not separate odd and even numbers.4. Addresses are to begin at the upper left compartment (carrier view) and then go down and across.5. If a compartment is to be used for collections, write "collection" or "outgoing mail" on the appropriate compartment line instead of a numerical entry.6. If there will be extra compartments, write "not used" on the appropriate compartment line instead of a numerical entry.7. Write the sector number in the appropriate box. Refer to your delivery zone (AMS) map to obtain the correct sector number.e. The completed roster may now be used as a guide for filling out the key envelopes. Whenever possible, the rosters and key envelopes should be prepared in advance of equipment installation.7-5 Optional Equipment7-5.1 Neighborhood Delivery and Collection Box Units (NDCBU's)Standard NDCBU equipment has fixed mounting pedestals that secure the unit for customers to conveniently retrieve their mail.


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