LOCK JAW LADDER GRIP™

The Australian ladder safety device preventing ladder related injury at the home and work-site.

What is the Lock Jaw Ladder Grip?

The Lock Jaw is a Ladder Safety Device that assists in securing ladders to gutters. It is the only product of its kind designed specifically to improve the safety of persons who use ladders and assist in meeting increasingly strict legal requirements associated with ladder use.

Quick and easy to fasten and remove

Ladder safety devices need to be quick and easy to use. This product can be clamped onto or removed from guttering in approximately 5 seconds.

It contains an adjustable locking jaw allowing the device to be secured to a range of different gutter types. In addition there are in built adjustment devices which allow the unit to be utilised on a wide variety of single and extension ladders.

Innovation in Height Safety Systems & Accessories

What price can you put on your safety and wellbeing? Lock Jaw Ladder Grip makes safety a priority, and unlike many other ladder safety devices, it won’t cost you the earth. It can be used on most single and extension ladders and unlike many other devices this product physically clamps onto the gutter!

  • Assists in meeting OH&S Requirments

  • Quick to Fasten and Remove

  • Fits Most Ladders

  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee

  • Easy to Use and Store

  • Tax Deductible (if used for income producing purposes)

Introduction Video

What people are saying…

  • Dale
    I just wanted to tell you that the 2 lockjaws I bought from you a few weeks ago are just brilliant!! As a possum man I work on roofs every day and I now feel much safer using this device. In fact I won't use the ladder without the "Lockjaw" fitted. No more ladders being blown over by the wind while I'm on the roof either!! Which has happened more than once....
    Dale
    (Possum Proofing Specialists)
  • Martin
    As a handyman, I do a lot of roof work and since I've been using the ladder grip, it gives me so much more confidence and peace of mind getting on and off the ladder. Won't work without it now
    Martin
    (Handyman)
  • Jonathan
    Very easy and great tool to have. It's a wonder why things like these aren't law. Already recommended them to friends and other companies
    Jonathan
    (Solar Panel Installer)
  • Gareth
    Having spent my career as a builder, I know from personal experience that unless there is a solid object toward the top of a ladder which lends itself to 'tying off', and rarely there is, it is very hard to effectively secure a ladder against hazardous movement. Since I have used the Lockjaw, I have found this piece of equipment to be easy to use, ....
    Gareth
    (Maintenance Coordinator)
  • Bruce
    Excellent product, speedy delivery and well packaged.
    Bruce
    (Home Handyman)
  • Owen
    The Lock Jaw Ladder Grip is excellent because it enhances my safety and security by eliminating any ladder movement as can still occur using ratchet straps. Very well done & best regards.
    Owen
    (Satellite TV Technician)

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  The following article is a couple of years old now, but an interesting read on how using a bike helmet can significantly reduce ladder injuries. http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/homestyle/home-reno-shows-may-be-fuelling-ladder-falls-prompting-calls-for-helmets-to-be-worn-20150507-ggwd8s.html
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March 2017 is National Ladder Safety Month in the USA

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