Clearly, we are not going to go into detail here about actual key numbers.
We do however, have TWO separate key safes, one is attached to the top gate and will get you access to the key that opens/shuts the electric gates.
The second key safe behind the petrol store is where we keep a small set of keys which will give you access to the main building. The number is restricted to those members who can open and secure the building without setting the alarm off.
Suggested method for opening the top gate:
During programme racing the top gate should always be left in the open position.
Our car park gate is a combination lock (members number) and this gate should also be left in the open position. Don't leave the lock 'open' with the number showing.
So, now having got the small set of keys from the second key safe (using Duty Officer number code) unlock the front door.
Immediately, the door opens the alarm will start to beep - go to the alarm control panel (by the gents changing room entrance) and touch it with the key fob. Just touch it once - any more and you reset it. The beeping should stop. - You can relax - So what next?
You have a small key on the front door key ring set, this will get you access to the large key cupboard and the large set of keys marked 'Club Keys'.
Please put the small key set back into its key safe. This can be done as you go round to open the various sheds and buildings.
The club set of keys are colour coded ie the lock has a piece of coloured plastic which matches the colour on the keys. The Naseby classroom can be left locked. The buildings to open are Fuel Store (this should be unlocked but door closed using top bolt). Brick Shed, Log Cabin, Buoyancy Aid store and Race Office.
Note that there are internal and external cameras on a different system to the one we see on the web site.
In the main club building work in this order: