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Dear <<First Name>>

Welcome to our newsletter for February, 2017.  In our monthly newsletters, we detail information on upcoming workshops, and provide links to any new content on our website.  
 

Workshops

We are pleased to confirm a number of workshops in 2017. Links to the respective products for further information are below.

Las Vegas, NV, April 1-2: Physics of Rope Access. Hosted and subsidised by Altius Technical Services (ATS). Bookings managed by ATS at $250USD/person.  As this is not a RopeLab run workshop, we unfortunately cannot offer the RopeLab Online Members' discount.

Silverwater, NSW, May 13-14:  RopeLab Tripods and Winches Weekend Workshop. Hosted by Pinnacle Safety & Training. Bookings managed by RopeLab at $600AUD/person. RopeLab Online Members' 10% discount can be used.

Boise, ID, May 31 - June 1:  Lightweight Technical Equipment and Rescue Techniques Workshop. Managed as a pre-conference event by the Mountain Rescue Association.  Bookings managed by MRA at $375USD/person.  RopeLab Online Members' discount unfortunately cannot be offered.

Albany, NY, June 10-11: RopeLab Weekend Workshop. Hosted by Capital Technical Rescue.  Bookings managed by RopeLab at $600AUD/person. RopeLab Online Members' 10% discount can be used.

Blue Mountains, NSW, September 4-8: RopeLab Advanced Rope Technicians Workshop. Presented for the second time by Richard Delaney, RopeLab, and William Proctor, Safety Access & Rescue.  Bookings managed by RopeLab at $1,650AUD/person. RopeLab Online Members' 10% discount can be used.
Altius Technical Services RopeLab Physics of Rope Access Workshop: April 1-2 in Las Vegas, NV
RopeLab Tripods and Winches Weekend Workshop: May 13-14 in Silverwater, NSW
2017 Mountain Rescue Association National Conference
RopeLab Weekend Workshop: June 10-11 in Albany, NY
RopeLab Advanced Rope Technicians Workshop: September 4-8 in the Blue Mountains, Australia

Free Content

One new report has been added to the free content of the site.  'Bring Back the Oval' discusses the evolution of carabiner shapes.
Bring Back the Oval

Members' Content

One new report has been added to the members' content of the site.  This report details some test results on shock packs in particular applications.
Members: Shock Pack Applications
With kindest regards,
Richard & Sarah
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