The Queensland Arboricultural Association are holding their 2009 Arborcamp on Saturday 3rd October, and all are welcome. There’s going to be lots happening, and plenty of familiar faces to catch up with, as several Victorians are heading up to give presentations or run workshops. You can find out more about what’s happening and how to get there in their brochure, or print out and send in this application form.
KONG Bonaiti of Italy has confirmed the issuance of polished aluminum rings that were sourced elsewhere and distributed without individual testing. A quantity of these rings were mixed into KONG boxes without having been individually tested and laser marked. Furthermore, two users have experienced failure of these rings that could have led to injury. If you have such a ring, stand-alone or spliced into a product, it is vitally important that you dispose of or submit for replacement immediately.
Delaying or avoiding immediate disposal or replacement could prove fatal to user !!
Congratulations to the four Victorian climbers who represented Australia and the Asia-Pacific region in the recent ITCC. They did a great job against the best in the world, reaffirming the extremely high standard of climbing that is practiced here in Victoria.