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    Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you have had to entrust the keys for your presbytery or school buildings to others?

    Catholic entities such as schools, colleges, parishes or aged care facilities may from time to time need to entrust contractors, volunteers or staff with the keys to their buildings. While in many instances this may not cause a problem, there is always a risk that those to whom you have entrusted keys will lose or steal them.

    By adopting a key management system Catholic organisations can minimise the costs, inconvenience and feelings of despondency that are often endured when trust is betrayed. A key management system can assist you in striking a balance between providing the required access and protecting the assets and information of your organisation.​

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Key Management Checklist4506Run a check on your Key Management risk controlsIt's vital for the security of your building that you know who has access to it at all times. Our Key Management Checklist asks important questions that can help you assess and improve your current risk controls. 18/11/2018 12:55:16 AM1300 660 827 Risk Management > Resources > Key Management Checklist If you would like further information about Key Management, please contact the risksupport Helpdesk on htmlFalseaspx<img alt="" src="/SiteCollectionImages/Icons%20Large%20(145x144)/icon-145x144-checklist.png" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />
Key Management Fact Sheet4478Get the facts about Key ManagementDo you need to give people access to your buildings occasionally? Do you sometimes feel uncomfortable handing your keys to a person you don't know very well?Our Key Management Fact Sheet can help you reduce the risk of keys being lost or stolen and help you protect your organisation's assets. 18/11/2018 12:55:16 AMGet the facts about Key Management Our Key Management Fact Sheet can help you reduce the risk of keys being lost or stolen and help you protect your htmlFalseaspx<img alt="" src="/SiteCollectionImages/Icons%20Large%20(145x144)/icon-145x144-flyer.png?RenditionID=6" style="BORDER&#58;0px solid;" />