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Last night the Kiwibots won the Eric & Kathy Hertz Award for Citizen Diplomacy at the prestigious AmCham-DHL Express Success & Innovation Awards.

This award recognises how an individual or organisation has made significant contributions to strengthening the bonds between the people of Aotearoa and the United States.

The Award is not only celebrating our success but the foresight, dedication and support that we receive from our sponsors. It is due to their fantastic and selfless support that we have been able to achieve what we already have achieved and what we are yet to achieve. Without them we would not exist. So please join me in acknowledging

  • Fisher & Paykel Healthcare
  • Glidepath
  • Smales Farm Technology Office Park
  • The Lion Foundation
  • Massey University
  • The American Chamber of Commerce
  • The Royal Society
  • The MBIE
  • SMC Pneumatics
  • Autodesk
  • CPIT
  • WelTec

for their support over the years along with the army of volunteers that make it all possible.

New Zealand's knowledge economy looks very bright.

Chris Hamling

National Manager

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Hi all,

Panic over. Things have just been sorted out so the scrimmage on the 8th will still be at Unitec as planned so everything is as it was going to be.

Regards

Chris Hamling

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Just a heads up to give you as much notice as possible.

The scrimmage this weekend 8th August at Unitec is looking very uncertain as Unitec have no staff to open the venue at this point in time. We have 38 teams registered for the scrimmage. I am frantically working to resolve the issue and I need to make certain that you are all watching your emails and the event calendar for possible last minute updates.

If any school is able to host the scrimmage please email me ASAP so we can start a backup plan and get the location change out to teams if required. This is only a backup plan as I am still hoping that we will hold the scrimmage at Unitec on Saturday the 8th Aug.

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As we have finally managed to get the game elements in and the season up and running I can now look at the informal scrimmages. The dates that are listed below are the ones that were put forward as possible dates and the names next to them are those of schools that indicated that they would like to host a friendly on those dates.

  • 15th August – MAGS/Tamaki
  • 29th August – Whangaparoa
  • 5th September – Whangaparoa/MAGS/Tamaki
  • 10th Oct - ?
  • 26th Sept – Lynfield
  • 24th October – Whangaparoa/Lynfield/MAGS
  • 5th Dec - ?
  • 12th Dec - ?

Dates with ?’s have no one wanting to hold a scrimmage on that date.

I will probably not be able to personally get the game elements to the informal scrimmages so it will be up to the school who wants to host an event to arrange to get the SMC trailer the week before the event and return it the week after. This could be as simple as taking it home with you after the previous scrimmage and getting it to the next. It will be up to the school hosting the event to work the logistics out. The trailer is normally located at Smales Farm but I could get it to Massey Univeristy in Albany with enough warning.

Some rules:-

  • The trailer MUST be locked and stored in a very safe location at all times. On road is not permissible. The Kiwibots could not afford to replace it.
  • The wheel and hitch locks must be used at all times when the trailer is not being moved.
  • The school that has the trailer will be responsible for its contents and the trailer itself. Contents valued at $10,000 and the trailer at $8,000.

Given that we have 10 scrimmages that everyone can attend it may not be necessary to have informal scrimmages but that is up to you.

I will assume that the informal scrimmages are not happening until I get one confirmed by one of the schools above on a first come first serve basis. Please note that all Kiwibots Health and Safety rules apply to informal scrimmages.

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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Hi all,

The following schools have volunteered to host scrimmages and have been asked to run the saussage sizzles at the Unitec scrimmages.

Scrimmage BBQ allocations

  • 25th July – Whangaparoa
  • 8th August – Kristin
  • 22nd August – Glenfield
  • 12th September – Onehunga
  • 19th September – Pinehurst
  • 17th October – MAGS
  • 19th Dec - Lynfield
  • 6th Feb – Glenfield
  • 13th Feb – Macleans
  • 20th Feb – Lynfield

As Lynfield and Glenfield College have already qualified to go to the World Champs and are going I am sure you will all agree that it is fair that they get two occasions to do some fundraising for their trip.

Please could the schools listed above confirm that they will be able to do he saussage sizzles as if you can't I have others that would like to.

Thanks

 

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Hi All,

Please note that with immediate effect any accident/incident that occurs during a VEX event needs to be reported. In order to make this process easy and make sure that we gather all the information required in order to meet the new legislation that is coming in I have created an on line reporting form.

A link to the form is on our home page http://kiwibots.co.nz/ in red and is titled First Aid Kit Form. I will be sending out QR code cards for all the first aid kits that will take your smart phones straight there as well.

If the first Aid kit is used then this form MUST be filled in so that I will know what has to be replaced.

I will get an automated email as soon as you submit the form.

Stay Safe

Chris Hamling

National Manager - Kiwibots

 

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There will be a scrimmage in Palmerston North this Saturday (1st August) both VEX EDR and VEX IQ fields will be there so if you want to participate and the team in Palmerston North are not in contact with you let us know.

Event details, as always, can be found on our upcomming events page http://kiwibots.co.nz/upcoming-events-top/upcoming-events

 

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Hi All,

As a result of the new Health and Safety regulations we must all make sure of the following at scrimmages. I do not want to be a kill joy but the regulations are doing that for me.

1/ Everyone wears safety glasses all the time at any scrimmage no matter where in New Zealand it is held. The new H&S regulations coming out make the organisers/controllers at the event personally responsible for any accidents with an uninsurable personal liability of up to $300,000! This is what I have been reliably informed is the case. This rule also applies to build sessions as soon as there are mechanisms around that can cause parts to leave the robot and get airborn.

2/ No loose clothing that can get trapped in rotating mechanisms.

3/ No testing of mechanisms outside the area allocated for such testing.

4/ No throwing balls around at events.

5/ Any equipment (Chargers/laptops etc) that plug into the mains MUST be electrically tested with a valid test sticker before they can be used at an event.

6/ Spinning mechanisms must be, where practical, protected to avoid fingers or other body parts getting caught in them.

7/ No balls may be removed from mechanisms when there is ANY danger of the mechanism being activated. So unplug batteries, let air out of pneumatic cylinders, release catapults etc.

8/ A first Aid kit must be at all events.

9/ All accidents must be reported to me within 2 days or sooner if serious.

It is the responsibility of the event organisers/controllers at the event to ensure that the above rules are enforced both at events and at build sessions.

Please let us think of safety and make sure that we can never be accused of negligence. It is up to all of us to think about, report and fix H&S issues BEFORE there is an accident. Doing so will allow us to carry on with no problems.

Chris Hamling

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Hi All,

It is fantastic how much work everyone around the country is doing to arrange events. We now have events planned for almost every weekend up until the Nationals! (Exam time excluded of course)

If you are interested in finding out what is going on and when then please go to http://kiwibots.co.nz/upcoming-events-top/upcoming-events to find out when and where things are happening. DATES AND LOCATIONS CAN AND WILL CHANGE SO LOOK BACK OFTEN.

It would be fantastic if teams from regions can go to other regions to compete and share knowledge. So lets start planning to do just that.

See you soon.

Chris Hamling

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Hi All,

I have 3 VEX IQ Bank Shot Goal and ramp kits arriving this week so if you want to see this season's VEX IQ game come along to the scrimmage at Unitec this Saturday and be stunned as to how cool the game is. We will be holding VEX IQ events at the same location and time as VEX EDR events in Auckland so get building!

Note teams in Samoa competed in Bank Shot last week and they were clearing the ramp and getting both robots on it after only two days. One team was almost getting balls in the goal as well!

Chris Hamling

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Hi All,

This Saturday marks the first scrimmage for Nothing But Net in Auckland.

As we have a great facility any team can attend but please let us know by Wednesday if you are coming by filling in the appropriate form indicate din the list below by 5pm this Wednesday the 22nd.

PLEASE NOTE: That we are very keen to have as many teams attend as possible and we think that you may be scared to come in case your robot does not do too well. We are looking at ways to allow formal scrimmages to be as relaxed as possible by doing such things as only having your teams best x results count or such like. Our aim is to give your team practice and not penalize your team for trying out things that don't work. So lets drop the word 'Formal' and think of it as 'scheduled'. By all means come along and try out your design even if you do not compete at this first scrimmage.

We may still have to use the scheduled scrimmages as a way to qualify teams for the Nationals as we have in the past however we still want that the Nationals will continue to be an open event if at all possible. The ladder will stay as it did last year but with a few small changes.

Teams will need to attend at least 7 of the 10 formal scrimmages (70%) with the VEX Tournament Manager probably determining rankings with some tweaks if appropriate. We are feeling our way here...

Please go to the following forms to register your teams for the Formal Scrimmages you wish to attend. Links are also on our calendar.

Teams outside Auckland are welcome to attend.

25th of July https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1EhomOz1zIdk6PCMOP6SHk1u7rdD2_Xqtp5qrVB3dvLE/viewform

8th August

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1i0fTL_7oM4RQOXZsPP-fTRsOZB54mb6NQbZ_GfbI0UA/viewform

22nd Aug

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YBsDaYDQaX91mVyl5JLRJGf_A3BOmy___tgqA4SbiMQ/viewform

12th Sept

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1bQ412DfVViv1ZFZouLfPSQOPmIAgLYlZhJXYCSDvWGE/viewform

19th Sept

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1u3LeA9_d-uSURIAlIKR9xjnMplS6lgKGf5nKbpZF2mM/viewform

17th Oct

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1EWoTtu9NPwS3kKbaKGj3Pi1pmDzarCz1ToZFdkg26_o/viewform

19th Dec

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1j8nlZpNvKC5zadRUKoWJxDvFzYl-YToRN2s-bFLbYE8/viewform

6th Feb

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1UsxCzAiV8O6kpsKsHQYZVknnCknovwbzOcauwKNIIOc/viewform

13th Feb

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1y-_iyjwqxHRlasKY2IPwKb-yLoxOb5Q44Rmy6xBhVQc/viewform

20th Feb

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1fuIDsR4C1b1oKofvP-JMf0YPMinzAWp68La5Tu8ho5k/viewform

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Hi All,

I have been asked about fundraising at formal scrimmages.

I think we would all agree that the teams that put up their hands to host formals should all get a formal scrimmage to fundriase at and that date should (if ok with them) be on the date they offered to host the scrimmage. After that I will post a blog asking for teams to put their name in a hat to fundraise at the remaining scrimmages.

If you have an idea for fundraising that you think teams would like please let me know.

Chris Hamling

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Hi All,

I have put a SKU for the full set of NbN game elements up on the web store here http://kiwibots.co.nz/webstore/competition/nothing-but-net-full-game-object-goal-kit-detail for those teams that want to buy a full set. You will not be able to calculate freight as the pipe package measures 1.56m which is too big for NZ Post! So we will have to work out a way to get them to you.

NOTE #1: these are not in stock but I will be ordering them on the 3rd of July and I want to know how many I need to order for teams. Please place your order by the 3/7/2015 if you want a full set. If you order then you acknowledge that you will not be able to cancel the order.

NOTE #2: Please do not order anything else with the set as that will just result in confusion.

Thanks

 

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Hi All,

Good news! Unitec in Albany have happily agreed to host our Auckland Formal Scrimmages this season. This means that we will be able to host all of the Auckland teams at every formal event if they want to attend! No more specifying who can go to what scrimmage. We may have to look at divisions at the scrimmages but that is too hard a call to make right now.

Unitec is ideally placed as it is just off the motorway and has heaps of space and parking.

We may still have to use the formal scrimmages as a way to qualify teams for the Nationals as we have in the past however we still want that the Nationals will continue to be an open event if at all possible. The ladder will stay as it did last year but with a small change.

Teams will need to attend at least 7 of the 10 formal scrimmages (70%) with the VEX Tournament Manager determining rankings.

Please go to the following forms to register your teams for the Formal Scrimmages you wish to attend. Links are also on our calendar.

Teams outside Auckland are welcome to attend.

25th of July https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1EhomOz1zIdk6PCMOP6SHk1u7rdD2_Xqtp5qrVB3dvLE/viewform

8th August

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1i0fTL_7oM4RQOXZsPP-fTRsOZB54mb6NQbZ_GfbI0UA/viewform

22nd Aug

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1YBsDaYDQaX91mVyl5JLRJGf_A3BOmy___tgqA4SbiMQ/viewform

12th Sept

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1bQ412DfVViv1ZFZouLfPSQOPmIAgLYlZhJXYCSDvWGE/viewform

19th Sept

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1u3LeA9_d-uSURIAlIKR9xjnMplS6lgKGf5nKbpZF2mM/viewform

17th Oct

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1EWoTtu9NPwS3kKbaKGj3Pi1pmDzarCz1ToZFdkg26_o/viewform

19th Dec

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1j8nlZpNvKC5zadRUKoWJxDvFzYl-YToRN2s-bFLbYE8/viewform

6th Feb

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1UsxCzAiV8O6kpsKsHQYZVknnCknovwbzOcauwKNIIOc/viewform

13th Feb

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1y-_iyjwqxHRlasKY2IPwKb-yLoxOb5Q44Rmy6xBhVQc/viewform

20th Feb

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1fuIDsR4C1b1oKofvP-JMf0YPMinzAWp68La5Tu8ho5k/viewform

Informal scrimmage locations will be posted next.

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Hi all,

So far the offers to host scrimmages this season have been very thin on the ground and rather disappointing.

If schools do not offer to host scrimmages then we simply will not hold them which would be a crying shame.

Thank you to Whangaparoa, Kristin, Maclean's, Pinehurst, Glenfield, Manurewa, and Lynfield for putting your hands up so far. You have all started down the path towards the Excellence Award in Auckland.

If you would like to host a scrimmage please could you go to the form (v2) located here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ctAckvxcaxfjgaNU89yGzy2FuoPNyXRIYoNutJCKfmo/viewform and select the dates that you can host an event on. A calendar of dates can be downloaded from here http://kiwibots.co.nz/starthere/calendar-2015-landscape-in-colour.pdf.

Those marked FORMAL will have skills and design award judging (in green on PDF). There will also be strong support at FORMAL events from tertiary volunteers. Other scrimmages will be INFORMAL ones (in red on PDF) with few if any tertiary volunteers. The formal scrimmage results MAY be used as a way to qualify teams for the Nationals.

Please indicate that you would like to host a scrimmage by the 29th of May so we can inform schools as to who will be hosting events etc at the KiwiChallenge Regional on the 30th of May. Once I have this information I will add the events to the Kiwibots event calendar located here http://kiwibots.co.nz/upcoming-events-top/upcoming-events

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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The balls and a season launch game element set for the 2015-2016 VEX EDR & VEX IQ season have arrived in New Zealand!

Come and see the new game at your local KiwiChallenge Regional. The first is on Saturday the 30th at Unitec in Albany.

As there is a limited supply of balls these will only be available to VEX teams that are registered. In order to register please download the registration flow document from here http://kiwibots.co.nz/starthere/Registering_for_the_2015-2016_season.pdf and follow the simple steps that it outlines.

Balls/glasses etc will be delivered at your region’s KiwiChallenge Regional.

See you there.

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WelTec are running VEX Robotics Wellington Club Nights every Wednesday night!

Teams can turn up from 4pm Wednesday Petone, WelTec N Block room NE039. WelTec students will usually be working on their robots from around 5pm.

N Block is between Kensington Ave and Cuba St Petone. There is free parking after 5pm and access from either end of the building.

If there are enough keen participants we can run VEX IQ competitions on Wednesdays evenings. That's because we now have some new mini VEX IQ robots AND a VEX IQ competition field and a set of VEX IQ game elements. It doesn't matter if you don't have a robot - feel free to come along and have a look anyway. Our VEX IQ robots are available for guests to use on Wednesday evenings also.

We have made good progress on working out ways to put keen students who don't have a VEX robot at their school in touch with robots. If that's of interest to you, contact the Kiwibots and they will see what Weltec can do to connect you with a robot.

Andrea Adams

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The Auckland KiwiChallenge Regional will be held on the 30th of May at Unitec in Albany at 10 Rothwell Ave, Albany, Auckland, New Zealand. Please register here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1nRl5GbA-L0mbmO_MR2HBysWnxN8gUBaLBAq6TPcdwj0/viewform

It is essential that you register for this event as Unitec’s Health and Safety regulations mean that we need to know numbers as accurately as possible.

Map to get to Unitec North Shore Albany here http://kiwibots.co.nz/starthere/unitecmap.png

 

Schedule: Saturday 30th May

  • Doors open 08:00
  • Teams register from 08:30
  • Welcome speech to teams 09:15 (Unitec)
  • Matches start 09:30
  • Lunch 12:00 to 12:30 there will be a sausage sizzle operating during the day
  • New Game revealed and game elements 15:00 (separated blog on this will be sent soon)
  • Matches finish 16:00ish

We will be running two fields so that we get through all the matches.

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Hi all,

With the end of the KiwiChallenge for Auckland fast approaching I would like to gather all the requests that I have had from schools who want to host a scrimmage (Formal and Informal) in one place.

If you would like to host a scrimmage please could you go to the form located here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1s17Az_LKJ75BIr3b8irQ6j6_RyCGQcTw5Dns3DDbJPU/viewform and select the dates that you can host an event on. A calendar of dates can be downloaded from here http://kiwibots.co.nz/starthere/calendar-2015-landscape-in-colour.pdf.

Those marked FORMAL will have skills and design award judging (in green on PDF). There will also be strong support at FORMAL events from tertiary volunteers. Other scrimmages will be INFORMAL ones (in red on PDF) with few if any tertiary volunteers. The formal scrimmage results MAY be used as a way to qualify teams for the Nationals.

Please indicate that you would like to host a scrimmage by the 29th of May so we can inform schools as to who will be hosting events etc at the KiwiChallenge Regional on the 30th of May. Once I have this information I will add the events to the Kiwibots event calendar located here http://kiwibots.co.nz/upcoming-events-top/upcoming-events

Thanks

Chris Hamling

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Hi All,

With the VEX EDR ‘Nothing but Net’ season about to start up in New Zealand and the changes in New Zealand Health and Safety legislation it has become necessary to put in place some serious H&S measures. As the season gets going some of these measures will be ‘fleshed out’ whilst others will stand as described in the following paragraphs. I do not want to get in the way of having fun or act like a policeman but I am sure you will all agree that having someone blinded or losing a finger at an event would certainly ruin the day for everybody.

The VEX EDR ‘Nothing but net’ game will most certainly involve spinning or catapult type mechanisms. Indications are that the launch mechanisms will need to launch the ball at around 7.5m/s that, with a small wheel spinning launch mechanism (20cm circumference) translates to 2,250rpm. In order to satisfy the demands of conservation of momentum these spinning wheel launchers will have a large degree of angular momentum and thus will not slow down quickly. This presents a, not insignificant, health and safety risk.

Risks that are immediately obvious are:-

Risk

Cause

Effect on human

Severity Factor

{1-10}

H&S Requirement

Flying Balls

Part of game

Embarrassment

1

1, 2

Flying VEX EDR mechanisms

Parts improperly secured

Potential blinding

10

1, 2, 4

Finger Entrapment

Human error

Deep cuts or loss of finger

5 to 10

4

Clothing Entrapment

Loose clothing

Body part pulled into mechanism resulting in injury

5 to 10

3,4

Initial Health and Safety Requirements and actions

1/ Everyone, at all VEX EDR ‘Nothing but Nets’ events will have to wear safety glasses all the time when inside any venue that is currently hosting an event anywhere in New Zealand. This means that even visitors will have to wear safety glasses. This will substantially reduce the chances of eye injury in the event of part of a launch mechanism coming loose. Safety glasses (ANSI Z87 high impact glasses) will be available on the Kiwibots web store in the very near future at a subsidised price of $2.50 each. Volunteers at events will be able to use loan safety glasses.

 

2/ Launch Mechanisms will not be allowed to be tested or powered up in the pit area at events. Special controlled areas will be made available for testing mechanisms at events.

3/ Loose clothing (ties, scarves, tops etc) will not be allowed to be worn in areas where launch mechanisms are able to be activated.

4/ Robot rule <R7.f> states that

Non shattering plastic from the following list; polycarbonate, acetel monopolymer (Delrin), acetal copolymer (Acetron GP), POM (acetal), ABS, PEEK, PET, HDPE, LDPE, Nylon (all grades), Polypropylene, FEP; as cut from a single 12" x 24" sheet up to 0.070" thick.

i.

Plastic can be mechanically altered by cutting, drilling or bending etc., but it cannot be chemically treated, melted or cast.

Teams may heat the polycarbonate to aid in bending.

Teams in New Zealand will be required to use Non shattering plastic as detailed above as guards to reduce the possibility of loose parts injuring people and finger/clothing entrapment wherever practically possible. This guard plastic cannot be used as structure or part of the mechanism and must be able to be removed without affecting the operation of the robot. These guards will not form part of the VEX 12” x 24” allowance and do not need to be backed by VEX material as indicated in <R7.d ii>. Please note that robots that qualify for the World Championships may very well not be allowed to use these guards at the World Championships but our H&S regulations require us to have them.

5/ No jagged edges on spinning or flinging mechanisms will be tolerated at any time as the risk of injury is too great. They will all have to be filed smooth. Imagine what the disk below would do to a finger or face when rotating at 2,250 rpm! It would rip through a finger as if it were butter.

 

6/ The Kiwibots will be providing every region with a full and extensive first aid kit that will be required to be present at every VEX EDR scrimmage. Control of the contents and maintaining the contents will be governed by standard accepted DHB operating standards. All incidents involving the need to break the seal on a first aid kit will be reported to the Kiwibots by filling in an incident form which will include reporting on the who, why, how and when of the incident and what was used from the kit amongst other things.

7/ All team members will be required to sign the Kiwibots 2015-2016 COMPETITION EVENT CONSENT, REALSE, HOLD HARMLESS AND AUTHORIZATION TO REPRODUCE PHYSICAL LIKENESS AND VIDEO ROBOTS form. Event check in by teams will require teachers/responsible adults to indicate that all of their team members have signed the form. The form will be linked to when we ask teams to register for the new season. Visitors will be asked to sign a form on arrival or something to that effect.

8/ As we are growing fast we need to have a clear code of conduct for all participants rather than the word of mouth one we have had until now. I will be producing a code of conduct for all participants (team members/volunteers/adults) in the program that will help them to understand what is and is not acceptable at events and in the program. The form will be linked to when we ask teams to register for the new season.

9/ I am looking into the requirement for police clearance on volunteers working with students and how it affects our program. My aim is to avoid it if at all possible.

10/ There is a high possibility that the fields at the Nationals will be on the floor in 2016. This is to keep the launch mechanisms as far below eye level as possible.

We strongly advise teachers and parents to be very vigilant regarding Health and Safety during practice and build sessions as we are all aware that students do not tighten mechanisms up very well and in this season’s game such an action could be catastrophic. A little foresight and control will go a long way.

I am sure you will all understand the need to get serious about health and safety.

Chris Hamling

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