Safe Deposit Policies & Procedures, Part 1
To avoid pitfalls and lawsuits, institutions must be proactive in educating personnel.
This series provides information critical to understanding the contractual relationship, access procedures and liability responsibilities.
Session 1 covers basic policies and procedures, Session 2 reviews legal documents and issues and Session 3 addresses disaster recovery.
Safe deposit is the greatest source of liability for financial institutions – it is unlimited. Proper access and handling requires a thorough understanding of policies, procedures and rules and regulations. To avoid pitfalls and lawsuits, institutions must be proactive in educating personnel. This session provides information critical to understanding the contractual legal relationship, access procedures and the unlimited liability responsibilities of the institution.
- Recognize a sound legal contract
- Select the appropriate contract determined by the relationship
- Grant access based on sound procedures to avoid lawsuits
- The importance of granting access during appropriate hours only
- Provide ultimate security when granting access
- Understand liability involved in working with safe deposit
- Recognize responsibilities in providing privacy and security
Anyone working in the safe deposit area, including attendants, tellers, CSRs, supervisors, managers, operations officers and auditors.
Joyce McLin was Executive Director of American Safe Deposit for 22 years. She is now a safe deposit consultant working with banking associations and financial institutions across the country. Joyce has 15 years experience as a bank training director, security officer, marketing specialist, HR director and safe deposit manager. Thirty six years of experience with safe deposit contributes to McLin being called the expert in safe deposit.
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