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Bouncy castle safety guide

SAFETY GUIDE TO NUMBER OF CHILDREN ALLOWED ON THE BOUNCY CASTLE

 

10' X 10' - MAX 4 CHILDREN
12' X 14' - MAX 6 CHILDREN
12' X 15' - MAX 6 CHILDREN

SAFETY GUIDE WHILE THE BOUNCY CASTLE IS IN USE

1. The operator of the inflatable must be a responsible adult over the age of 18. This
person must ensure the correct age of child is allowed on the inflatable and no
one over the age specified should be allowed entrance.

2. No more than the recommended number of children are allowed at any time. Neither, should
any height restriction be broken i.e. the children cannot be taller than the outside
wall, and only the required number of children can use the inflatable at one time –
no overcrowding should be allowed as this can cause an accident and is a hazard to all children inside the castle

3. Socks must be worn at all times but no shoes, (glasses) or sharp dangerous objects.

4. An adult must supervise children whilst the bouncy castle is in use ,we advise that the first sight of misbehaviour the child must have a warning and if the child persists in misbehaving must be told to come out the inflatable, it is important to keep an eye on the safety and well being of all other users (children)

5. The Customer must be aware that the children should only bounce up and down, and no climbing, pushing or horseplay. Care must be taken for users to enter at one side and exit at the other. E g. From the left of the step to enter, and the right step to exit.

6. Larger more boisterous children should be segregated from the smaller ones.

7. The customer must ensure that the unit remains intact throughout the use, in the
event of failure of this, all users are to be safely removed.

8. The weather conditions are to be monitored, wind rain etc.. The unit should be
out of use in bad weather.

9. The anchorage points are to be checked throughout, to remain in position and
intact.

10. The blower is to be checked regularly to ensure it remains in place and to guard
against any accidents or loss of pressure. The operator should look to check that no
rubbish blows to the fan, any rubbish around should be removed. No child
should have access to the blower or electric sockets.

 

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