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People rarely come to work empty-handed. Coats and shoes, lunches, uniforms, handbags, electronics – all of it needs to be stored safely and securely, and it’s simply not practical to stash it all in desks or file drawers. Secure lockers are the perfect solution.
Make your space Post COVID Space SAFE. Touchless Lockers are available NOW!
Creating a full-height or counter-top-height locker storage wall partition can help break up space while keeping the vibe of an open office. Our lockers come in a wide variety of sizes, configurations, laminate choices (including anti-microbial) and locks. Even RFID locks, making our lockers practically touchless. Employees can open their locker with their badge, phone and even wearable. All of these measures help to define space and keep personal property safe. Click here to learn more.
An array of laminate finishes or powder-coated metal complement your facility’s design aesthetic and visual brand.
Made To Order
Available in a wide range of widths and heights to fit your specific storage needs, from employees’ uniforms and personal items to medical supplies, athletic gear, and secure package delivery.
Metal and laminate surfaces are easy to keep clean, and have a lifetime warranty, saving maintenance and replacement costs.
With security devices including smart locks and RFID, secure lockers mean better insurance rates plus fewer pilferage headaches.
Customized For You
To be able to have a safe place to put precious personal items can bring true peace of mind. National Office Systems was honored to be able to provide lockers for the Patricia Handy Place for Women – the first of the five homeless shelters in development by the Boswer Adminstration. In Washington DC there are over 7,000 homeless women and men and Mayor Muriel Bowser is actively pursuing change and providing solutions. The Bowser Administration has a plan to open a total of ¬five new homeless shelters. This shelter is designed as an Emergency and Transitional Housing facility and provides women a safe place to live until more permanent housing can be arranged. Security is a main concern and now those with precious items that need safe keeping have a secure locker to place them in.