What is a GSA Class 5 Safe?
Class 5 Containers These containers are typically used for storage of weapons and sensitive items such as funds, jewels, precious metals, etc. Class 5 containers may also be used for storage of classified documents, components, materials, and equipment.
What is a GSA container?
GSA Global Supply provides full-service acquisition management support to help you acquire Approved Security Containers that conform to federal specifications and standards.
How much does a 4 drawer GSA safe weigh?
Class 6 Legal Size Dimensions – 4 Drawer Outside Inside Drawer 50 3/8” High 10 1/4” High 19 1/4” Wide 15 1/4” Wide 28” Deep 24 3/4” Deep Weight – 447 lbs.
What is a Class 6 safe?
Class 6 Security Cabinets are GSA-approved for the storage of secret, top secret, and confidential information. Protection for 30 man-minutes against covert entry and 20 man-hours against surreptitious entry.
What is a Class 4 safe?
Class 4 (TL TR 30): Tool/Torch resistant by professionals for 30 minutes. Class 5 (TL TR 60): Tool/Torch resistant by professionals for minimum 60 minutes. The safe must weigh at least 1000lbs or have provision for anchoring.
Are GSA safes fireproof?
No. GSA Approved Safes and doors are not fire rated or waterproof. For more information on storage of AA&E, contact the DoD Lock Program Technical Support Hotline at 800-290-7607, 805-982-1212, DSN 551-1212, or by visiting DoD Lock Program.
What is a Class 4 Safe?
How much does a GSA safe weigh?
Outside Dimensions: 51.24” high x 22” wide x 39” deep. Inside Dimensions: 50.5” high x 21.25” wide x 34.75” deep. Weight: 1080 lbs.
What is an SF 700?
Form: SF700 This is a list of all GSA forms. These are most often used by GSA employees, contractors and customers. Standard Forms (SF) This is a list of standard government forms that start with the letters “SF”.
What is a Class 3 safe?
Class 3 Safety Vests Class 3 vests are reserved for those that are close to high-traffic areas, including site inspectors, emergency responders, railway workers, and utility crews. Traffic in these areas may be close to or exceed 50 mph.
What are B rated safes?
“B” Rate Safe: A safe with at least a 1/4-inch body and a 1/2-inch door. These safes face no testing and the presence of a locking device on the box gives them the “B” rating. When buying a B-rate safe, look at things such as the lock works, relockers and other features when making your decision.
How do you open a safe without the code?
Opening a Safe Without the Combination
- First you must find the safe’s emergency key.
- Remove the panel that covers your safe’s dial.
- Once you have removed the dial panel, take a look beneath the dial itself.
- Insert the emergency key into the emergency keyhole and turn it until the safe opens.
Why is GSA important?
Every day, GSA helps agencies buy smarter, reduce their real estate footprint, and create a better, faster government that makes a difference in communities across the country. Today, GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) conducts more than $50 billion in business within the Federal, State, and local marketplace.