SHAC is back: 18-19 June
The Southern Hemisphere Alpine Conference (SHAC) takes place every two years and is the only event of its kind in the southern hemisphere. The conference brings together snow safety professionals, commercial snow and alpine organisations, guiding companies and industry influencers for two days of collaboration. SHAC provides the opportunity for you to engage with key industry influencers and decision makers.
Mark Sedon – When to put a persistent weak layer to bed
Also our Alpine Gala Dinner guest speaker, presenting 21st Century Exploration
Peter Bilious – So What? Choosing, Interpreting and Prioritising Field Tests and Observations
Anna Easthope – Avalanche Dog team on site, what to expect and how to get the most from this resource
Kevin Fogolin – Assessment, Development and Implementation of an Avalanche Risk Management Program at Lotte Arai Resort, Japan
Kevin Boekholt – Lessons learnt on the Job. An insight into common mistakes guides make!
Malin Zachau – Hypothermia prevention and management in Avalanche victims
Representative from Natural Hazard Control Solution – Avalanche Risk Mitigation: Thinking about Remote Avalanches Control Systems
Stephen Hunter – Successful live found with search dogs after long burial times
Kevin Thompson – Milford Road Risk Management – Sharing is caring!
Peter Zimmer – ICAR and LandSAR – the value in belonging
Tod Redpath – How good will the skiing be next winter? Sensitivity of snow seasons in the Otago Mountains to climate variability
Registrations are now open. Early bird closes 8 May 2019.
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