This is a list of the keys and keyholders in and about the UCC. If you need to get into the tool cupboard or the drinks machine needs filling - this is who you should persecute!
These are Lockwood restricted keys. All the copies are themselves marked as "DO NOT COPY" whereas the originals are presumably not and could thus be copied further. All these keys are held by at least:
- Guild student center (original)
- UWA Security (master key)
Aside from the electronic door system, a few people have a physical clubroom key which can be used to open the door in a more old fashioned way. These are:
- President ("do not copy")
- Vice-President ("do not copy")
- Treasurer ("do not copy")
- [TPG] ("do not copy")
Cameron Hall Upper & Lower
One key (upper) opens the door at the top of the stairs (not the fire escape) and the other key (lower) opens the door at the bottom of the stairs.
- President ("do not copy" of each key)
- Treasurer (copy)
The machine room lock gets replaced every few years. Known keys are available at the following locations:
- In the safe (Lockwood original)
- In the lockbox (Lockwood original)
This is the Coca Cola drinks vending machine situated in the UCC/UniSFA hallway. The keys are 1 centimetre round, for a barrel lock. We have two original keys and three copies. Keys are available from:
- President (Very worn SILCA copy)
- Vice-President (Very worn SILCA copy)
- In the lockbox (Very worn SILCA copy)
This is the food vending machine situated in the UCC/UniSFA hallway. The keys are semi-cylindrical and we have one original and three copies.
- President (Abloy original?)
- Vice-President ("Western Lock Service" copy)
- In the lockbox (Abloy original?)
The UCC posting safe has three cross-shaped original keys. Unlike everything else on this page, we are reasonably certain that there are actually only three keys. These are held by:
- President (original)
- Vice-President (original)
- Treasurer (original)
Clubroom machine keys
The clubroom computers are locked to the desk using barrel locks, all identically keyed with a black-tagged grip. One key is in circulation at UCC (kept in the safe) and a large number of spares are kept by [BOB].
The lockbox is on the side of the machine room to the right of the door. The code is purportedly known by (and restricted to):
- Executive committee
- Door group
- Wheel group
The tool cupboard has a combination lock on it. The code is printed on the inside of the lockbox.
Have you tried the safe or the hook in the machine room?