Access Equipment designed
for working at Height Safely

Our access equipment includes a range of extension, combination, step and telescopic ladders, crafted with a focus on exceptional quality and user-friendly design. Murdoch International understands the paramount importance of providing professionals with tools that enhance both safety and efficiency.

Murdoch International is dedicated to being your reliable partner in accessing elevated workspaces, allowing you to concentrate on your tasks without unnecessary concerns about safety or complicated setup processes.

Access Equipment, step ladder access

Industrial solutions

Double Extension Ladders (10)

Modular Platforms (7)

Podium Steps (9)

Scaffold Towers (4)

Stepladders (27)

Double Sided Step Ladders (10)

Platform Steps (13)

Swingback Steps (2)

Tanker Ladders (2)

Work Platforms (27)

*add Aluminium, Galvanised, Stainless Steel, Shaft Ladders & Custom Made to above*


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Access Equipment

Most popular access ladders

Murdoch Dmax Double Extension Ladder With Deployable Stabiliser Bar

The Dmax 2 part extension ladder is a light weight and robust D rung ladder.
It boasts a comfortable 39mm rung depth D rung. The deployable stabiliser bar makes transport easier than ever!
The robust stile guide fittings ensure durability. The Dmax carries a 10 year guarantee and EN131 Professional certification

Murdoch GRP Ladder – Double Fibreglass Extension Ladder

The Murdoch GRP double extension ladder is an industrial quality ladder manufactured from fibreglass to the highest standards. Conforming to EN131 professional for your assurance on quality and safety.
Lighting collar accessory available as a retrofit item.

Available the following as special order:
1. Rope operated
2. 30% lighter with a carbon channel running through the GRP stiles
Contact us for details

Krause Square Rung Double Extension Ladder

Versatile and lightweight yet solid and strong. Incredibly quick to set up, it can be easily carried between jobs making it ideal for most jobs. Certified to EN131 Professional

Murdoch GRP Swingback Step Ladder

The Murdoch GRP swingback  steps are manufactured to withstand vigorous everyday usage. Carrying the EN131 professional label means that the product has been tested to withstand at least 50,000 uses. The fibreglass stiles makes this step your ideal partner when working around electricity. The spreader arm makes opening/closing of the stepladder simple, plus a heavy duty tool tray creates another user friendly touch.  

Frequently asked

How do I choose the right ladder height for my job?

Measure the height you need to reach and add a safety margin. It's recommended to choose a ladder that extends 3 feet above the working surface for stability.

What is the difference between a step ladder and an extension ladder?

A step ladder is self-supporting and is ideal for tasks at lower heights. An extension ladder, on the other hand, can be extended to reach greater heights but requires leaning against a support structure.

How do I maintain and clean my ladder?

Regularly inspect for damage, clean off dirt and debris, and store in a dry, cool place. Avoid exposing ladders to harsh chemicals or extreme weather conditions.

What safety standards do fixed access ladders require?

We understand the importance of compliance and will work with you to ensure that all of your equipment is up to date and meets the latest safety regulations.

Are there weight restrictions for ladders?

Yes, each ladder has a weight capacity specified by the manufacturer. 

What material do I choose?

The material should be considered before install. Aluminium is generally used for indoor applications as is lightweight and easier to install. On the other hand, galvanised steel is considered more robust and weather proof, so is the most common selection for outdoor installations.

What safety precautions should I take when using a ladder?

Follow the manufacturer's guidelines, maintain three points of contact, secure the ladder on stable ground, and avoid overreaching. Always use appropriate safety gear.

Can ladders be used on uneven surfaces?

It's not recommended. If you must use a ladder on uneven ground, consider using a ladder leveler or a stable platform to ensure correct balance (Most of our ladders come with stabilising bars as standard). Discover our accessory range

How do I store my ladder safely?

Store ladders in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. If possible, hang them horizontally to prevent warping.

Talk to our experts

If you would like to talk to us about your fixed ladder requirements, contact our friendly and knowledgeable team now. We shall get in touch within 24 hours


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