Hand Injuries are a growing problem in the concrete industry. This is especially true when driving concrete stakes that are designed to hold forms. The number of worker's compensation claims and the loss time is quite significant and very expensive. When the worker holds the stake in their hand and begins to strike it with a sledge hammer it does not always go well. Often workers miss the target and end up hitting their hand or having the hammer glance off the stake and hit their leg. This tool is designed to hold either a ¾ inch or 7/8-inch diameter steel form stake. It allows the user to pick up the stake while holding the grip handle. The tool holds on to the stake allowing the user to position and drive the stake into the ground without having to hold the stake. It is an excellent safety tool that also limits the need to bend over when picking up stakes.