Electrical Contractors

Jen from Point to Point Electrical, an Electrical Contractor uses Lock Jaw Ladder Grip
Jen from Point to Point Electrical, an Electrical Contractor uses Lock Jaw Ladder Grip

At Lock Jaw, we’re committed to the safety of all employees in the trades, including electrical contractors. Robert Charlton, the co-creator of the device, personally witnessed so many accidents during his years in the building trade that he was inspired to do something about it. Lock Jaw was the solution that he devised with other co-creator Craig Charlton, and it’s revolutionizing ladder safety around the world.

We’re so eager to share our Ladder Grip’s safety benefits with the world that we offer it with a 30-day money back guarantee plus free worldwide shipping. If you want to improve ladder safety in the workplace, it’s worth investing in a Ladder Grip.

At Lock Jaw, we’re committed to the safety of all employees in the trades, including electrical contractors. Robert Charlton, the co-creator of the device, personally witnessed so many accidents during his years in the building trade that he was inspired to do something about it. Lock Jaw was the solution that he devised with other co-creator Craig Charlton, and it’s revolutionizing ladder safety around the world.

We’re so eager to share our Ladder Grip’s safety benefits with the world that we offer it with a 30-day money back guarantee plus free worldwide shipping. If you want to improve ladder safety in the workplace, it’s worth investing in a Ladder Grip.

Electrical Work Lock Jaw Ladder Grip. It's the best way to secure a ladder.

THE LOCK JAW DIFFERENCE

Developed in Australia and a finalist in the 2013 Australian Innovation Challenge, this Ladder Grip was designed with safety in mind. It’s so easy to use that you can use it to lock your ladder in place in only five seconds. Not only that, its ease of adjustability makes it suitable for all kinds of ladders and all kinds of gutters, including the ones you have in your home and workplace.

BENEFITS

There are a number of things about us that make us different to our competitors. Some have said that we offer the best ladder safety accessory currently on the market, and it isn’t hard to see why:

INNOVATION

We aim to not only meet the standards of safety both for home and for workplace use, but to surpass them. We strive for continual improvement and aim to be game-changers in the field of ladder safety.

VERSATILITY

The Ladder Grip’s adjustment devices make it easy to use on a variety of different ladders and gutters. It’s designed to lock the ladder securely in place to the gutter so that there’s no danger of the ladder accidentally moving or falling.

PRICE

As well as our 30 day money back guarantee, we also have a reasonable price, is fully tax-deductible and is well worth investing in for the sake of safety in your workplace.

When you’re finished, the device is also easy to put away and store for the next time you need to use it.

TESTIMONIALS

Jennifer Louw, Electrical Contractor uses Lock Jaw Ladder Grip to secure the ladder to a gutter
"Being an owner of a small electrical company we are always looking at how we can do things safer without costing an arm and a leg! These are fantastic. We are up and down ladders all day - now we don’t have to worry about our ladders sliding or pulling away from gutters especially on big double storeys! Great value for money. Thank you!"
Jennifer Louw
Electrical Contractor.

LADDER SAFTEY TIPS FOR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS

Apart from purchasing Lock Jaw’s product, there are other steps that you can take as an electrical contractor to stay safe on the job while using ladders:

Lock Jaw Ladder Grip attached to the gutter and adds security to the ladder

*Before you climb the ladder, look around for potential dangers including overhead power lines.

*Make sure you observe and follow the safety requirements for where and how you position the ladder. Don’t place the foot of the ladder too far away from the work area or position it too steeply either. Follow the instructions.

*Don’t stand on the top step or the second step from the top of the ladder. Never stretch if you can’t reach what you’re working on. Instead, get a taller ladder.

*Make sure you’re using the right ladder for the job. For an electrical contractor, that means a NON-CONDUCTIVE ladder made from wood or fibreglass. Never use a metal ladder.

*Lock the ladder into place. The arms of the ladder should be open fully and the arms of the ladder locked into place before you take your first step up the rungs.

* Place the ladder on solid and even ground.

GET YOURS TODAY

With our 30-day money back guarantee and free worldwide shipping, you have nothing to lose by giving the Ladder Grip a try. If you’re ready to experience the safety benefits that Lock Jaw Ladder Grip can bring to both your workplace and your home, GET YOURS TODAY.

Contact Us

Phone

+61 7 31024401

Mail

sales@lockjawaddergrip.com.au