Lanyard Lot Number
Lanyard Serial Number
Date of Manufacture
Lanyard In-service Date
Lanyard CSA Class E4
Lanyard CSA Class E6
Inspection of these will consist of looking for eye distortions, cracking, corrosion or pitted surfaces with no distortion at the hook or eye (twists, bends or elongation). Snap hook must be of the self-locking type and the keeper/latch/gate should seat into the nose without binding and have no more then the width of two Canadian nickels of play when closed.
Inspect the entire length of all the webbing looking for frayed edges, broken fibers, pulled stitching, cuts, burns and chemical damage. Also look for mildew, discoloration, hard shiny spots, any webbing that has been marked on with a felt pen, excessive hardness or brittleness or whether the Warning Flag has Ben activated.
Check all stitching for ripped or pulled stitches and to make sure the webbing joints are not loose. Also look for missing stitching, hard or shiny spots, or discoloration of stitching.
Lanyard is approved for use at time of inspection.
Lanyard is NOT approved for further use and must be removed