How to Secure Your Ladder

How To Secure a Ladder Using a Lock Jaw Ladder Grip

Secure a Ladder Using the Lock Jaw Ladder Grip

Ladder safety is of paramount importance; underestimated by many users. Perched many feet above the ground and at times braving odds like strong winds, rain or snow, many are more than likely to get distracted and injure themselves quite easily.

From conventional wooden ladders to flimsy fibre steps, ladders have indeed come a long way. Modern ladders are now equipped with state-of-the-art safety features and have helped to reduce ladder accidents considerably in recent times.

Often it takes only a bit of care to ensure safety in climbing, and the Lock Jaw Ladder Grip is one such unique tool that will ensure the safety of workers and help you meet the strict safety norms required in every worksite.

The Lock Jaw Ladder Grip is an easy and quick tool to secure the ladder to the roof and is especially useful for risky high climbs. This innovative mechanism will make ladders safe and climbing easy.

Short-listed for the Australian Innovation Challenge, the Lock Jaw Ladder Grip complies with OH & S requirements. It is simple to attach and remove and fits most standard ladders and gutters. The attractive money back guarantee lets new users try it out at no risk!

The grip keeps the ladder firm and well secured, reducing the risks of falls, unlike conventional ladders without a grip. It has an adjustable locking jaw, which will secure it to almost all types of gutters and a range of single and extension ladders with ease. It will not only increase the safety of workers but will also help employers meet strict safety requirements associated with ladder use. 

Convert any ordinary single or extension ladder used at home or on worksites into safe ladders with this handy grip and make climbing easier and safer with no more wobbly or unsteady ladders.

While using extension ladders, make sure that it is vertical and its upper-end is resting on an even surface to ensure maximum grip. Keeping the ladder in an angled position is risky.

The grip will be useful if you need to climb up and down multiple times as it keeps the ladder in the same, secured position. The fastening system prevents the ladder from sliding off the surface while you are stepping onto the elevated plane.

Follow these safety tips while climbing up onto a roof using an extension ladder:


  1. If possible, set up the ladder where there is a wall or a supporting structure like a chimney to hold it in place.
  2. If you set the ladder in the same location, keep the Lock Jaw Ladder Grips attached to strengthen the gutter in the area where the ladder top rests. It can be extremely dangerous if the ladder slides off to the side during the climbing process.

Remember, ladder climbing can be made safe even in less-than-perfect conditions, by using the right techniques and certified safety accessories like the Lock Jaw Ladder Grip.