The ability to identify blank spaces in keys is essential for professional locksmiths. Even so, it can seem overwhelming to ask new employees to name that key and, at the same time, ask them about the requirements of the Illinois State Locksmith Act, vital safety regulations, ADA guidelines, and policies related to key records. Place and store each key next to or near the corresponding door. Doing so will ensure that, even if you can't remember exactly where the key is, you know that it's nearby.
Place the key to the front door, for example, in a porcelain pot or plate next to the front door. Have a stand in every room to avoid panic searches in case of emergency. Inform the family or workplace about key new arrangements. Tell them, for example, that the back door key is now stored in a box mounted on the wall instead of under the door mat.
Doing so will ensure that your family members and co-workers are prepared in the event of a fire or emergency.