The Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia (MLAA) is an independent professional body which is recognised and respected as the peak organisation for locksmithing professionals in the Pacific region.

The MLAA has approximately 700 members providing a wide range of locksmithing and security services throughout Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific region and South East Asia.

In addition to business and individuals engaged in locksmithing activities, our membership also includes manufacturers and distributors of security products, students and others engaged in relevant areas of the security industry.

About the Member site

The Master Locksmiths Association member website is your complete reference to the many ways your Association supports you and your business by:

KEEPING YOU INFORMED

Member e-news and regular events and meetings to ensure you are aware of legislative changes, industry trends, new products, MLAA initiatives and new opportunities for your business

PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS

Providing you with industrial relations advice and guidance, insurance services and occupational health & safety information.

REPRESENTING YOUR INTERESTS

Representing the interests of the Locksmithing and associated industries at a local, State and Federal Government level.

PROMOTING YOUR BUSINESS

Our new and comprehensive ‘find a locksmith' search facility along with use of member logo, signage, vehicle decals and advertising to ensure everyone's locksmith is a ‘Master Locksmith'.

HELPING YOUR BUSINESS

Development of exclusive restricted key systems, providing business and technical training opportunities, security licencing support, business finance and management advice, marketing initiatives and access to key industry and regulatory documents.

As a member of the Master Locksmiths Association, you agree to honour your ethical and legal obligations to clients, colleagues, staff and to the public at large. You are bound to abide by the MLAA's Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct and behave in a manner that is befitting a member of the Master Locksmiths Association.