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MIL-HDBK-1013/12
engineering facility; or in bulk storage.  Contact the
appropriate medical personnel to determine the sensitivities.
Quantity is accounted for in considering the mission criticality
of the asset to the military and the user.  Evaluate relative
value of these assets using Table D-8.
Table D-8
Relative Value for Controlled Medical Substances and Other Medically Sensitive
Items
Asset Description
Value Rating Factor
Non-sensitive pharmaceuticals and other
1
medical items
Medically sensitive items in pharmacy,
2
ward, clinic, or RDT&E facilities
Medically sensitive items in bulk storage
3
facilities
Note R controlled substances (including
4
Schedule I drugs) or note Q controlled
substances in pharmacy, ward, clinic, or
RDT&E facilities
Note R controlled substances (including
5
Schedule I drugs) or note Q controlled
substances in bulk storage facilities
D-2.4.6.3 Relative Value for Other Assets.  Relative value for
assets not included in the tables above (except people as assets)
is evaluated based on the monetary value of the asset.  The
monetary value may be determined for an inventory of assets or
for individual assets, whichever is most appropriate for the
quantity of the assets present in the area being analyzed.
Actual quantity of the assets is accounted for in considering the
mission criticality of the assets to the military and the user.
Evaluate relative value for these assets using Table D-9.
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