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When you have a regular flow of customers to your business, keeping quite the sum of cash on the premises often just comes along with the territory. For this reason, most business owners do have a secluded safe in the building because it would not be safe or logical to keep a large amount of cash in registers. If you are in the process of installing a new safe in your business, there are some major mistakes that you should work to avoid. You can avoid these mistakes by following a simple ABC guideline during the safe installation process.
Always wait to have the safe installed after hours.
Safe installation is a project in business that should be treated as confidential. Wait to schedule an installation with a professional after hours when your business is closed, if possible. The last thing you want is for customers and all of your employees to see a safe being transported to its intended destination in the building.
Be sure to educate yourself about access options that are available.
If it has been a while since you have updated your business safe or you have never purchased a commercial safe at all, you should take some time to get to know the different access methods that are now available. Beyond the traditional lock and key or combination, you may want to consider safes that boast:
Choose a safe location that is in an unlikely place.
It may be more convenient for the cash safe that you have in your business to be located at the front end near your registers, but this is not the most ideal location for a few reasons. You should not have a safe installed in the front area of your business primarily because this is where most people would expect a safe to be.
Therefore, if you were robbed or the store was broken into after hours, the front end of the business will likely be the first place a criminal will look for a safe. It is a much better idea to have the safe situated in a back office, in a private area near the storage space of your building, and out of the way of the heaviest foot traffic of your customers. Contact a company like Stagecoach Locksmiths LLC for more information about safe installation.Share
8 February 2016