To make your business life so much easier and to add value to your day-to-day operations, we have compiled a quick 10 step tutorial on the correct CIT (Cash in Transit) Process that you need to follow.
Please communicate these 10 steps to the relevant person in your company and save this mailer for easy referral.
10 Steps: Cash in Transit Process
CIT stands for Cash in Transit
Step 1: Confirm the identity of the guard against his official company identity card.
Step 2: CIT Arrives onsite, with a key bag.
Step 3: Sign for the key and ensure that the opening seal matches the closing seal of the previous day.
Step 4: The white tag is utilised to unlock the device door.
Step 5: Remove device bag.
Step 6: Place the device bag into a tamper evident CIT bag.
Step 7: Place a device slip, into the tamper evident bag prior to sealing.
Step 8: The CIT crew must be handed a sealed tamper evident bag and sealed key bag.
Step 9: Kindly ensure that the CIT crew records each bag on his CIT receipt and closing seal number of the key bag.
Step 10: Please take note that the CIT crew is only allowed to move one bag to the vehicle at a time.