LockNClimb ergonomic safety ladders help prevent accidents and injuries during truck maintenance


LockNClimb LLC (Independence, Kansas) announced their 42" and 44" platform ladders have been to help reduce accidents and injuries to maintenance technicians when servicing engines, cabs, running lights, truck beds, hoppers and other hard to reach places around work trucks. Fewer accidents and a more comfortable working environment increase employee morale and positively affects the bottom line.

Features include:
  • Patented industrial 6061-grade aluminum support frame.
  • Commercial grade hard rubber wheels for easy rolling.
  • Yellow handrails provide extra safety when climbing.
  • Brass feet allow easy spark free sliding.
  • Slip resistant plate on platform and extra wide comfort treads.

“Our ladders are 100% made in the U.S.A. by skilled craftsmen in Independence, Kansas, and have been engineered to exceed all applicable OSHA and ANSI standards,” says Jeff Green, President and CEO.  “LockNClimb ladders work for mechanics because they have been designed by consulting mechanics and safety personnel every step of the way from prototype to finished product.”

LockNClimb ladders are built to last as proven by an impressive 0.1% repair rate after 3 years of daily use. These ladders are currently being used in maintenance facilities by leading trucking companies all over the United States and Canada.

Short video clips showing LockNClimb ladders in use on work trucks can be viewed by these links:

For more information, visit locknclimb.com/trucking.

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