05/18/2020 Phase II - Lobby Open!
Our Lobby is Open
We are pleased to reopen our bank and welcome back our customers. However, consistent with Phase II of Opening Up America Again, precautions pursuant to the guidance have been implemented to ensure sanitization and social distancing.
The safety and well-being of our customers and employees continues to be our highest priority. Over the past 8 weeks, we have taken extraordinary measures to do our part to care for others and stop the spread of the virus to include:
- All employees have rotated to work from home to promote fewer people in the bank building and allow them to shelter-at-home with their families. Employee workstations were relocated within the bank to create appropriate distancing.
- We reduced the number of drive-in lanes to allow fewer tellers to conduct transactions in spread-out workstations. Teller tubes and stations are sanitized regularly.
- We have installed clear shields at the teller counter to separate employees from customers. Lobby teller windows have been spread out for appropriate separation.
- Employees have been provided with PPE such as face coverings, personal sanitizer, nitrile gloves
- All bank meetings have been conducted through teleconferencing.
- We have increased our use of virtual communication with customers through secure emails, electronically signed documents and remote banking options.
- We’ve promoted healthy hygiene practices, such as hand washing.
- We have restricted employee travel.
- We have intensified our cleaning and disinfecting practices. Our cleaning crew uses medical-grade disinfectants when cleaning the bank each night.
We are happy to share that our employees or their immediate family members have not contracted the coronavirus during the pandemic.
We continue to promote precautions to offset the new risks, as businesses reopen, to ensure safety for all. Consistent with White House guidance regarding social distancing and sanitization, the following temporary practices will be observed:
Modified Hours Lobby Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Drive Thru Monday – Friday 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Lobby Traffic. To create a one-way flow of traffic and respect social distancing, please enter through our Front Entrance (south doors) and exit through the side door on the east side of the bank. The south inner doors are locked, but you will be allowed entrance by the receptionist as you approach.
We may limit the number of people in the bank if it becomes too crowded to observe social distancing. Please adhere to floor stickers and signs to maintain a distance of 6 feet between you and other customers.
Face Coverings. We request that you wear a face covering. Our employees will wear face coverings when personally assisting you.
Sanitization. Please use hand sanitizer made available throughout the bank. Be assured that we are continuing to disinfect and clean high-contact areas throughout the day. And our cleaning crew continues to medical-grade disinfectants when cleaning at night.
The coffee bars will temporarily be closed.
Don’t be offended that we won’t be shaking hands; we want to respect that others may have chronic illnesses or care for small children, the elderly, or others with medical conditions.
Health Practices. Consider staying at home if you are at higher risk (over 65 years of age, people with asthma or other underlying medical conditions). If you feel sick or are displaying any symptoms of illness, do not enter the bank. We can provide full service to assist you through alternate banking methods below.
We will check our employees for signs and symptoms of illness, as appropriate.
If you need to use the handicap assisted door, please call 918-664-6100 and someone will meet you at the east door.
Alternate Banking Methods
Drive Thru Facilities Online and Mobile Banking
Night Depository Telephone Banking
ATM (our branch or any TransFund location)
You can bank at home without skipping a beat.
Enroll in online banking to access your account anytime, anywhere.
- Free, 24/7 Online Banking access:
- Check balances
- View recent account history
- Transfer funds between your Security Bank accounts
- View e-Statements
- Convenient Online Bill Pay service included:
- Make secure, instant payments
- Schedule future payments
- Set recurring payments
- Save money on postage
- Manage your accounts using our Mobile App
- Deposit checks from anywhere, at any time of the day or night with Mobile Deposit
- Simply take a photo of your endorsed check and upload it securely using our mobile banking service
- Save a tree when you switch to e-Statements:
- Easy to download, open, and save
- More secure than standard paper mail statements
- Instant access to your statements, no delivery delays
- Completely paperless - no trash, no clutter
- Print a hard copy as needed
Pay Protection Program Loans
The U.S. Congress passed the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act) stimulus package to provide relief to individuals and businesses during the coronavirus crisis. Included in this is an expanded SBA 7(a) loan program, referred to as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
We are proud to share with you that we have processed nearly 600 PPP applications, providing $100 million dollars to small business customers in Tulsa and surrounding areas.
We encourage small business borrowers who are impacted by COVID-19 to consider applying for a loan under this program, if you have not already done so. Benefits include:
- Cash to cover select business expenses, such as employee salaries and payroll support, rent or mortgage interest, utilities, and group health premiums
- 6 months of deferred loan payments
- Loan forgiveness, provided loan proceeds are used as specified in the application
- Length of a PPP Loan is 2 Years
- Interest Rate is 1.0%
- Maximum dollar amount of a PPP Loan is 2.5x your average monthly payments for payroll costs
Last day to apply for a PPP Loan is June 30, 2020
The OSHD has established a call center to answer COVID-19 related questions: 877-215-8336. The call center has the capability to connect callers to Spanish-speaking interpreters.
DISCLAIMER: Resources are provided as information only and should not be construed as medical or legal advice.