Using Lockable Storage Cupboards

A lockable storage cupboard should be considered for storing sensitive or valuable equipment.

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  • Unsecured organisation sensitive material may be stolen from your premises.

  • Ensure that all sensitive material is secured in a lockable storage cupboard, cabinet or safe when not required. The more sensitive the material, the more care must be taken in selecting the appropriate storage method.
  • Ensure you are aware of who is an authorised key holder to any such storage cupboard, cabinet or safe.
  • Ensure that a second key is available with a trusted key holder via a dual control issues process in case the key holder is unavailable or the item is required in an emergency.

  • Securely locked organisation sensitive material may be stolen or damaged whilst stored on your premises.

  • Ensure that highly sensitive material including computer discs and tapes are stored in a fire rated storage cupboard, cabinet, or safe. Beware that the cabinet itself may survive the fire but the items inside may be damaged irreparably.
  • Ensure that all sensitive material is secured in a lockable storage cupboard, cabinet, or safe when not required.
  • Use a storage unit which matches the sensitivity of the material. The more sensitive the material, the more care must be taken in selecting the appropriate storage method.
  • Ensure you are aware of who is an authorised key holder to any such storage cupboard, cabinet or safe.
  • Ensure that a second key is available with a trusted key holder via a dual control issues process in case the key holder is unavailable or the item is required in an emergency.

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