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Rock climbers inspect their safety gear before each ascent, even if it’s the sixth one that day. Doing the inspection each time eliminates the risk of using damaged gear.
Before you make a given climb at work, always inspect your safety harness and lanyard for damage to stitches or the fiber, and check grommets and other hardware for integrity with the harness or lanyard. If the lanyard is retractable, test it to ensure it locks properly. If you had a fall, replace the lanyard.
Once you’re at elevation, don’t assume every anchorage point is safe to hook onto. Verify it is before using it. Here’s how:
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