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Changing Locker Combinations: 3 Important Facts to Know

By Cathey Lee Subscribe to RSS | January 5th 2012 | Views:
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If you manage school lockers, you know that every year you need to change all the lock combinations so returning students won’t know the combinations. You also need to change combinations periodically during a school year when lockers change hands or if a combination gets out to students other than the user.

As you make these changes, there are three things you should be aware of:

1. KEEP LOCKS IN SERIES

There are only a certain number of combinations for each lock. As you change all the combinations for a new school year, you want to keep all the locks on the same series. In other words, if all locks start with their first possible combination, the next year you want all the locks to be on their second combination, and in the third year you want them all on the third combination, and so on.

2. CHANGING COMBINATIONS IS THE TIME TO LOOK FOR NEEDED REPAIRS

It does no good to change a combination if the lock is broken or damaged. The time when you change combinations is also a time to examine your locks to see if they need to be replaced or repaired. This is also a good time to examine the locker itself, looking for needed repair or refurbishment.

3. WHEN REPLACING LOCKS ORDER EXACT LOCK REPLACEMENTS

Doing this will keep you in alignment with your Control Book.

THE BOTTOM LINE

You can save time and money by hiring a company with extensive experience in locker maintenance to change your combinations. For example, Young Equipment Sales (YES) can do 2,400 combination changes in a day! And YES offers a yearly service plan to ensure that not only are your lock combinations changed as needed but that the process is done in an orderly, cost-effective way. A service plan also includes maintenance on the actual lockers—so that students never have to worry about the security of their belongings.

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If you manage school lockers, you know that every year you need to change all the lock combinations so returning students won’t know the combinations. You also need to change combinations periodically during a school year when lockers change hands or if a combination gets out to students other than the user.

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