Oh you clever girl. I am flattered at you attempting to solve the problem of SCP-225. So let me respond to it by noting that, unfortunately, that would not work. This isn't me being all "NUH UHHHH" as the author, but that knowing what SCP-225 is and how it works, attempting to remove SCP-225-1 from its location by any means is going to be a fruitless endeavor. SCP-225-1 is not an object for you to be moving it. It is constantly being generated in its present location from moment to moment. So if you "removed" it, it would immediately reappear.
Basically you could put the safe around it, close the door, yes, and then open it on a different compartment….and to your surprise/frustration, it would appear that SCP-225-1 was in that compartment as well. Open it to any compartment and that would be the case, including ones where 225-1's presence would cause the destruction of whatever other material was originally in that compartment. But then if you removed the safe and opened it to the original compartment you put it in, it would no longer be there. It's not that there's nothing that could prevent a 225 collision….but if the Foundation were to rely on 216 to save them, the end of the world would be a rather frustrating surprise for them methinks.
Anyway, as I said, good try. But this illustrates the very problem with the idea that you're promoting here…..using one SCP on another only works if you have a full understanding of how each SCP operates, and know for a FACT that what you're planning is going to work.