This innovative safe lock was designed especially for use in the cash offices of supermarkets. Sales departments from several different supermarket chains all over Europe had a hand in the development of this safe lock.
This safe lock is certified VdS class 2 and matches the standard EN1300 Class B.
|Higher Security||Serious security issues associated with handling keys are eliminated. Employees use a six-digit personal code that they can change themselves easily, at any time. User codes can be locked or deleted by the managers.|
|Cost Reduction||Costs for service and key management were eliminated. No broken or lost keys anymore. No hard-turning locks.|
|Fixed Procedures||Changing the cash-responsibility from one person to another is performed following a fixed procedure right at the safe. It is impossible to give the key to an unauthorized employee and ask him to get something out of the safe. It is also impossible to just hand over the key to the next shift leader somewhere like in the parking lot.|
|Audit||Openings, shift changes, and other activities are stored in the lock.|
|Alarm connection||Safe can be connected to the alarm system of the store. Employees can trigger a Silent-Signal-Alarm in case of holdup or distress. Remote blocking possible through the alarm system.|
|Time programs||Outside shop hours, the lock can be blocked for some or all employees. Even when a correct code has been entered.|
|Clear responsibility||At any given Time there is one single person responsible for the Safe. However, the time is limited and after duty the employee is relieved from this responsibility completely.|
This creates clarity and relieves employees from any form of general suspicion.
At the first opening in the morning, two eligible persons enter their personal code together. The person who enters the code first, becomes responsible for the money afterwards. During their shift, only that one responsible person can open the safe with his personal code.
To perform a shift change, two persons need to open jointly. The person who enters his personal code first, becomes responsible for the money in the afternoon shift.