Users of Rhiwbach are asked to contribute towards a batch of buoyancy aids which are available for groups to use to cross the flooded chamber on floor one of the mine.
Buoyancy Aids (and Life Jackets) are used at the users own risk; instructional staff should satisfy themselves that the BAs are fit for purpose prior to each user. Any suspect BAs should be removed from the mine and the users group notified by either submitting the attached form, or emailing the users group: email@example.com
Initial set up
Buoyancy Aid Options for 2018
Following the poll we’re looking to invest in 20 of the Four B 70N, these were purchased in October 2019, and are currently in the mine.
Pros: Easy buckles (no zip to get damaged). Cost
Cons: Buckles have gone missing/broken. Lots of buckles to do up. Bulky with a rucksack on
- Inspection Reports Now AvailableThis years inspection reports are now available, however will only be added to providers Google Drive once payment has been received. For any new providers interested in buying into the reports for this year, the cost of the reports alone are £135, with an additional £25 if you wish to lead groups in Rhiwbach (to […]
- Inspection Week ProgrammeThis years inspections will take place next week (starting the 16th March) with the programme as follows: Monday: Dolgoch Adits & Henddol Tuesday: Wrysgan (inc floor 6) & Bwlch y Plwm Wednesday: Gerionydd Adits, possibly another small trial, & Rhiwbach Thursday: Cwmorthin Limited places are available for those keen to accompany the engineer and see what it’s all about! […]
- Users Meeting MinutesA brief write up following last weeks meeting has been circulated to the email addresses for those registered to receive updates on the mines. If you’d like a read bug whoever you’re working for!! Some key points: Please hang up the BAs in Rhiwbach after use, leave them in the boat for others unless you’ve […]