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The Safe use and operation of bouncy castles.
|Other titles||Safe operation of passenger-carrying devices - inflatable bouncing devices.|
|Contributions||Institute of Sport & Recreation Management.|
"It's not a bouncy castle and to ban all bouncy castles threatens the livelihoods of thousands of safe operators across the whole of the UK." Some have questioned whether the . A bouncy castle supplied by a reputable manufacturer should come with a unique tag number - regardless of whether it is for public or private hire. This number is Author: Nisha Mal.
1. There's a safety net at the top of the slide so I don't have to worry about the children hanging off the top. 2. The slide has and extra top piece of material for extending the wear. 3. The jump space inside uses a different more durable kind of non slip material. 4. The sun roof is removable. 5. The WATCHDOG™ Blower-Siren is the future for the safe operation of inflatables and will soon be the required standard that will make the inflatable business a safer industry for .
The death of a four-year-old girl who was reportedly thrown from a bouncy castle after it exploded has prompted an MP to call for a temporary ban on inflatables in public : Jamie Timson. Safety rules are important to ensure that children have an exciting time without any form of harm to themselves or to other children. The safety rules also provide guidelines on the best use of the equipment. Our safety rules are available below: The entrance of the bouncy castles are not for play or bouncing. Consumption Continue reading "Safety".
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Safe use and operation of play inflatables, including bouncy castles Introduction This information sheet has been revised to reflect changes in the registration requirements for those who inspect play inflatables. Previously, these devices were to have been subject to inspection under the Amusement Devices Inspection Procedures Scheme (ADIPS).
Safe Use and Operation of Play Inflatables – including Bouncy castles Posted on 02/10/ 27/10/ Author bouncycastlehire Leave a comment You 5/5(20).
1 Safe use and operation of inflatable play equipment, including bouncy castles. Introduction: This information sheet has been compiled following the Health and Safety Executive’s withdrawal of their information sheet ETIS Size: KB. bouncy castle has not moved during use – this may cause cables to become tight or plugs to be partially removed from sockets.
Safe Operation – Outdoor Specific When bouncy castles are used outdoors the following additional factors should be considered – •••• The device must be erected on a flat level surface – never on.
Usually, no inflatable should be used in winds above 24 mph (38kmph - force five on the Beaufort Scale) although some inflatables may have a lower maximum wind speed for safe operation. When using the inflatable outside, you must use an anemometer to regularly check the wind speed. Safe Use and Operation of Play Inflatables, including Bouncy Castles.
This site (partnered with the British Inflatable Hirers Alliance - ) offers resources, support and forums for owners & operators of: Bouncy Castles, Inflatable Slides & Obstacle Courses, Bungee Runs, Sumo, Rodeo Bulls, Gladiator Duel, and much.
Safe use of inflatable bouncy castles. Following the good weather over the Easter break people will now be thinking about outdoor activities in the run up to and over summer. The hiring and use of bouncy castles is proving to be a popular activity.
It is however crucial that the appropriate safety steps are followed before a bouncy castle is used. Serious injuries have occurred where bouncy castles. SAFE USE AND OPERATION OF PLAY INFLATABLES, INCLUDING BOUNCY CASTLES HSE Guidance - 0ctober Introduction This information sheet has been revised to reflect changes in the registration requirements for those who inspect play inflatables.
Previously, these devices were to have been subject to inspection under. Safe Use of Bouncy Castles Ecclesiastical Insurance Cautions Against the Unregulated Use of Bouncy Castles and Other Inflatable Amusement Devices The type of amusement ride known as a bouncy castle, jumping house, or inflatable bouncer has become an extremely popular attraction at events such as fairs, fundraisers and special activity days.
and operators of inflatable play equipment to assist in its safe operation. The information included is based on definitive guidance and best practice. Further detailed advice can be found in: • BS EN ; and • TIPE - Safe use and operation of inflatable play equipment, including bouncy castles.
AcknowledgmentFile Size: 1MB. Bouncy castles Recognising a well run bouncy castle. Before giving into your child's pleadings to go on a bouncy castle, spend a couple of minutes checking out the operation.
We recommend parents ask themselves the following questions: Is the bouncy castle securely anchored. Health and Safety INFORMATION SHEET 49 Executive Safe use and operation of inflatable play equipment, including bouncy castles.
Introduction: This information sheet has been compiled following the Health and Safety Executive’s withdrawal of their information sheet ETIS Size: KB. According to health and safety law, all bouncy castle equipment used "as a slide or for bouncing upon" by members of the public needs to be regularly tested by a "competent" person.
If you are thinking of hiring an inflatable / bouncy castle at your event, then we would recommend the following is checked with the hire company: The inflatable fully complies with the safe use and operation of play inflatables, including bouncy castles guidance issued by the PIPA Inflatable Play Inspector Scheme.5/5(34).
When using the inflatable outside, all the anchor points must be used, with metal ground stakes at least mm long and 16 mm wide, with a rounded top. They should have a welded metal 'O' or 'D' ring fitted to the end. All inflatables must have at least 6 anchor points.
This guide give details on the following topics associated with bouncy castle hire and regulations. Your safety is our priority. We follow strict guidelines to ensure you have a great bouncy castle experience with Love Bouncy Castles.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW SAFETY DOCUMENT * What is an amusement dev. Land-borne inflatable device operating requirements - Bouncy castles, inflatable slides etc. Who we are Show/Hide sub-navigation. Information on safe use and manufacturer guidance is often supplied with the device at point of sale and should be referred to prior to operation.
If an operations manual is not available from the manufacturer. Bouncy castles: safety advice. whether you supply bouncy castles and inflatables, or you are hiring one for your event.
Always check the manufacturer’s operating manual to confirm the maximum wind speed for the safe operation of the inflatable; use an anemometer to measure the wind speed at regular intervals.
If one of these is not. Bouncy Castle after the event has finished and it is not longer being supervised People could disregard the guidelines for safe use of the bouncy castle, and injure themselves or others. If they were injured, there may not be anyone nearby to help them.
2 3 The bouncy castle will be supervised all the time that it is inflated, and will be. Safety instructions The safety instructions should include the following points: 1. Children should not be allowed to use the bouncy castle if there is a high wind or in wet weather (inflatables can flip over, and slippery surfaces may cause injury) 2.
The castle must be adequately secured to the ground 3. The operations manual should contain all the reports referred to in the previous paragraphs, a copy of this information sheet, and all relevant information, including 1 Safe use and operation of play inflatables, including bouncy castles HSE information sheet Entertainment Sheet No 7.A bad weather situation like heavy wind or water can present safety risks making the activity unsafe for all children so in a bad weather it is best not to use bouncy castle.
For the long lasting use of bouncy castle try to deflate in bad weather and if it is wet then air dry the bouncy castle to ensure it is completely dry before putting it away.Bouncy Castles and Inflatable Play Equipment Guidance for safe use (FS) (Published June replacing July )Introduction.
Many events organised and attended by members of The Scout Association have bouncy castles and inflatable play equipment (Inflatable) on guidance aims to help those responsible consider the best options for a safe event and assess potential dangers.