Lanyards: Part II

This lanyard can be used in an SL configuration, but remain a DbL lanyard.

By its most basic definition, a lanyard is simply a short length of rope or line for securing something. While this definition is true of personal protective lanyards used for climbing in production tree work, a new, more comprehensive definition must be considered. With forethought, planning and proper material selection, a lanyard can become a supplemental positioning system, a second means of attachment and an asset to overall climbing productivity and safety. This new definition is what we will consider in this article.

Read more of this article by Anthony Tresselt at treeservicesmagazine.com