Integrated-rescue shock-absorbing lanyards can be used to raise or lower workers if they fall while working in a high place. They also dampen the jolt at the bottom of the fall to help reduce the risk of fall injuries. Shock-absorbing lanyards are typically lighter than self-retracting lifelines (SRLs). They connect a worker's safety harness to an anchor point on a building or structure to stop the worker from free-falling if he or she falls while working at heights, and they expand to help dissipate the force of the fall as it is arrested. Users must make sure that there is enough distance between the anchor point and the surface below them for the lanyard to expand completely during a fall, so shock-absorbing lanyards are best suited for applications where there is a long fall clearance. They are commonly used in the construction, manufacturing, and utilities industries.
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