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Does your office manager have to carry a very large bunch of keys around?
Do you keep losing track of who has access to what in your building?
Then a master key system may be what you need to balance ease of access and increase the security of your property and business at the same time.
A master key system is a simple and effective solution to balance high levels of security and ease of access to a property as it allows authorized personnel to open a defined set of doors and locks with just one key.
Let’s have a look at how the hierarchy system works in a master key plan:
Ⅰ General Master Key. (Often shortened in GMK) it is the key that opens all the locks and door in the plan. This key will open every master system under it, and the subsequent sub-master keys under those systems. For example, it may be given to the business owner so that they can access the whole building or property.
Ⅱ Master Key. (Shortened in ‘MK’) It would be given to a floor manager to access all the departments on their floor. In smaller systems, this can be the highest ranking key.
Ⅲ Sub Master Key. (Often shortened in SMK) It opens all the doors in a specific sub-suite. It may be the key given to the head of a department to access all the offices in that area of the building.
All other keys handed to employees will only open one specific lock or a set of keyed alike locks.
If you want to discuss how we can create a master key system to suit your business requirement, please contact us either by sending an email to email@example.com.