Strangulation risk in a fall on an ABSORBICA Y lanyard.
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With a Y-lanyard attached to the dorsal point, if the user passes the lanyard legs under their arms to use the connectors in front of him, they may find themselves in a position that prevents the energy absorber from functioning.
Note: this can also happen if the lanyard is connected to the harness sternal point and used behind the user.