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How-To: Inspecting Your Snaps

A snap is a critical piece of safety hardware for employees who climb as part of their responsibilities. While there are several styles and materials that can be used, ALL snaps must meet certain strength and performance requirements to be eligible. Learn more about snaps here.

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