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Shock absorbing and non-shock absorbing models available in a variety of lengths.

Shock pack or no shock pack?
A lanyard with a shock pack should always be used when a worker could fall off something—a roof, rail car, etc.

A lanyard without a shock pack can be used when the fall protection is acting as a restraining device—meaning the lanyard will prevent the worker from getting close enough to the edge to actually fall off.

Single or Twin Tail?
A Single Tail lanyard will be used to connect to a fall protection system, when the worker will be continuously connected, and never have to re-position the lanyard.

A Twin Tail lanyard should be used when a worker will need to disconnect and re-connect, when moving from place to place. This ensures that the worker is never disconnected from the fall protection. Especially useful for tower climers who don't have a rail system on the ladder.

Lanyard Extender with D-ring

Lanyard D-ring extender

The D-Ring Extender (12", 16" & 24" available) provides easier connection to Self Retracting Lifelines by eliminating the need to reach behind the back to connect to the anchorage, and also ensures the worker is connected properly as they can see their connection point.