Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia (MLAA)

The Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia Limited (MLAA) was formed in 1982 when like associations in several Australian states and New Zealand joined together to form this international organisation.  It is an independent professional body which is now recognised and respected as the peak body for locksmithing professionals in the region.  

Master Locksmiths provide a wide range of locksmithing and other security-related products and services to domestic, commercial and government consumers..

The MLAA has approximately 1,000 members providing a wide range of security products and services throughout Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific region and South East Asia. In addition to business and individuals engaged in locksmithing activities, our membership includes manufacturers and distributors of security products, students and others engaged in relevant areas of the security industry.

 

What does the Master Locksmiths Association do?

MLAA's vision is to create an environment for continued member business growth.

We provide our members with a range of products, business advice, training and other benefits including: 

Patented high security locking systems.
An innovative Disabled Facilities access key.
Cutting edge technology locking systems.
Professional development and training.
Website search facility - Find a Master Locksmith .
Industrial relations, OH&S and other business advice.
Representation to government on industry issues.

 

We are dedicated to ensuring that our members maintain high professional and ethical standards. All members must be trade qualified and/or have passed the MLAA's stringent trade competency  tests and are required to comply with an established Code of Ethics and Code of Practice which govern their dealings with customers, colleagues and the wider public.

Locksmiths in most jurisdictions thoughout Australia and New Zealand are required to be licensed under legislation which varies from state to state. To be eligible for a licence, applicants must satisfy a number of criteria including   membership of a government approved industry organisations. The Master Locksmiths Association is an approved organisation for this purpose.

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