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Waste Collection

Please note this year there are 2 types of bags:
1. CLEAR - for bottles, cans and plastics and for paper and cardboard
2. BLACK or GREEN (heavy duty) - for all other garbage.

 

 

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Work Party 2012
Work Party 2012

Working Party 1: Weekend of Saturday 28th April 2012, (Easter is 7th April)
Working Party 2:  Weekend of Saturday 19th May 2012 (Mothers Day is 13th May) 

Working Party 1 Jobs:

  • Lawn mowing and wipper snipping long grass around lodge
  • Re-tiling fireplace
  • Brasso fireplace and clean black soot of stone above
  • Stocktake for supplies
  • Bathroom repairs, silicon and tighten screws on taps
  • Cleaning out of fireplace
  • Placement of wood in lodge
  • OTHER

Working Party 2 Jobs: 

  • Cleaning of all lodge areas
  • Filling Stock supplies taken down
  • Minor painting of lodge areas
  • OTHER

We remind members these are the two weekends that members can come down to the lodge and help. Other weekends will not be sanctioned by the Club and count towards maintenance levy being deleted from accounts, without prior board and Hut Manager approval.

Please coordinate your attendance with Adam Adair, 0408 649 836.

 
NOTICE OF AGM 2012

Please note this year’s Venue

Roseville Memorial Club
64 Pacific Highway, Roseville

 
The Annual General Meeting for Kunapipi Ski Club will be held on
Thursday 15th March 2012 at the Roseville Memorial Club
at 7:00 pm for a 7:15pm (sharp) commencement.
If you wish to stay for dinner please RSVP to Kris Graham by 7th March on 9489 2775 or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it



AGENDA

1.    Attendance
2.    Apologies
3.    Welcome
4.    Previous Minutes
5.    Matters arising from the previous minutes
6.    Presidents Report
7.    Treasurers Report
8.    Hut Managers Report
9.    Election of Directors
10.    Appointment of Auditors

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TUNED INTO SAFETY

Winch Grooming Issue Date: 21 June, 2010 (re-issued 3 July, 2011)
Perisher operates four dedicated Winch Grooming Machines (Winch Cats). Winch Cats can operate on steep
terrain using a large winch mounted on the back of the machine to attach the winch rope to anchor points at
various locations on the mountain. The winch and the winch rope assist the machine to climb uphill and
therefore groom steep slopes and to more effectively shift snow and groom on lesser gradients. A list of runs
that are may be groomed using winch cats is attached.
Winching operations generally take place at night and outside of normal operating hours but can, in special
circumstances, be carried out during normal opening hours.
During winching operations the winch rope can be extended up to 1000 metres in length. At times, the Winch
Cat operator will be unsighted and will not have visual contact with the fully extended length of rope.
During winching operations the winch rope will at times be under tension and taut, however please be aware
that it can, and will, move and whip vertically and horizontally.
WARNING : BEING IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO A WINCH CAT OR THE WINCH ROPE DURING
WINCHING OPERATIONS COULD CAUSE DEATH.
ALL OVERSNOW VEHICLE AND SNOWMOBILE OPERATORS NEED TO BE AWARE OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF WINCH CAT AND WINCHING OPERATIONS OCCURING AND THE EXTREME
DANGERS INVOLVED BEING IN AND AROUND THESE OPERATIONS.
Winch Cat operators will notify all Perisher two way radios when winching operations are in progress and will
install signs and flashing orange lights at major oversnow route crossing points. All winch cats are fitted with
flashing lights and a flashing orange light will be installed at the anchor point when the winch rope is
connected.
Any oversnow vehicle or snowmobile operator who is authorised to cross a route where winching operations
are taking place must never approach a Winch Cat or a winch rope when it is operating. Wait at the crossing
point until you make visual or radio contact with the Winch Cat operator and then only cross the route when the
operator gives you clear indication that it is safe to proceed.
Perisher would like to take this opportunity to remind all oversnow vehicle or snowmobile operators that any
access to the ski area requires prior authorisation.
David Milford
Safety Compliance Manager

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