Bank Safe Management Operation Process Ⅱ

  • Requires that all kinds of registration signatures are complete during the handover process, and the requirements must be completed under monitoring;
  • For the teller cash box when the cash box is required to be opened and closed, the box must be double-locked “simultaneously open, simultaneously closed, and simultaneously locked”, “two keys are in charge of two persons, jointly managed, and jointly responsible”;
  • For the management of the cash transfer box: implement “double locks and two sets of keys for separate custody”. The transfer box is equipped with two locks and two sets of keys. The treasury key of the treasury management center and the key of the payment box must be managed separately. Concurrently
  • For branch safes, separate management of passwords and keys shall be implemented, and shall not be concurrently managed or cross-managed.
  • A set of two keys for the business outlets is in charge of two persons, not both;
  • The key to the cash box in the library management center is centrally managed and stored in the warehouse (cabinet) at the end of the business.
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In practice, this prevention and control measure has many risks and inconveniences as follows

  • The key may be copied or lost. Since the copying of mechanical keys is very convenient, this kind of risk is the first for internal personnel, because if it is copied by internal personnel with ulterior motives, then the risk is everywhere;
  • There is a mixed job risk in handover and storage. Since the keys to double-hands cannot be concurrently managed, especially management positions, they can only be handed over to higher-level management positions. This is difficult to persist in actual work. There is bound to be a certain phenomenon of mixed positions and some unnecessary problems. risk;
  • Complex handover procedures and sharp increase in storage risks: Due to the strict requirements of the management system, the handover procedures are complicated, which affects work efficiency. Therefore, during the custody caused by the handover, such as: key duplication and loss, etc., it will increase the difficulty of accountability and management afterwards;
  • The risks and inconvenience caused by the large number of keys kept by administrators at all levels, especially warehouse managers.

Use smart passive lock application scenarios

Operation process of cash transfer box:

  • The supervisor of the outlet shall formulate payment transfer tasks according to business needs, and select the corresponding personnel and locks of the outlet, and the corresponding vault unlocking personnel;
  • Relevant personnel in the outlets will switch the locks after receiving the task. After the corresponding personnel of the treasury log in to the system to receive the task, they can also switch the lock in the task.

Operation process of door-to-door collection box:

Door-to-door collection (fingerprint electronic key only in the bank):

  • The cash box is bound with the lock, and the lock is bound with the fingerprint electronic key of the outlet;
  • Authorized by the branch supervisor to open the padlock of this door-to-door business;
  • During the door-to-door service, the payee confirms the packing and closes the lock;
  • The service returns to the outlet, and the supervisor uses the fingerprint electronic key to unlock;
  • Upload records.

Door-to-door collection (the customer’s spare fingerprint electronic key):

  • At the branch, the supervisor locks the cash box, and after it is escorted to the receiving customer, the customer opens it, and then closes the padlock after depositing the payment and voucher;
  • After arriving at the outlet, the supervisor will open the cash box;
  • During the cycle, the customer brings the fingerprint electronic key to the bank branch to update the authorization management and synchronize unlocking information.

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