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Monday, November 21, 2011

What is the most important reason for a lanyard to be flexible when it is used with a lifeline and safety harness?

So workers can stretch to reach the work area
For worker comfort
To absorb the shock from the safety harness in the event of a fall
So it won't break in the event of a fall

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