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    Sensible safety precautions at trampoline parks


    It is now quite commonplace for a major town or city to have a trampoline park within it, or at the least within the surrounding area. Some parks are only open to children of certain ages, whereas others will be available to youngsters and adults alike. Whoever is able to use the trampoline park, it is important that safety precautions at trampoline parks are put in place to keep everyone safe. This is especially true of children who are often the main users of trampoline parks, and also those at most risk.

    Safety precautions at trampoline parks to expect

    A certain level of safety should certainly be expected from any professional trampoline park. This includes making sure that all equipment is thoroughly maintained and checked for general wear and tear on a regular basis. Trampolines become worn over time and certain parts, as well as the main surface itself, will need to be replaced before they become unreliable or unusable.

    If the trampoline park has designated areas for very young children, it is important that the right kinds of trampoline are used in these areas. It is possible to install trampolines which are at ground level so that should a young child fall off it, they will just fall onto a padded surface, and not down onto the ground. These are important safety precautions at trampoline parks which will prevent a number of injuries.

    Other safety precautions

    Most trampoline parks will have members of staff who are constantly overseeing the trampolines to make sure nobody is playing too roughly, or misusing the equipment. Children will be children of course, but this also means that innocent horseplay can result in injuries to young children should the facility not be watched properly.

    It is also for this reason that trampoline parks should have first aiders on hand should anything go wrong, so that some basic medical treatment can be applied straight away. As far as organisers and parents are concerned, the more safety precautions at trampoline parks the better.

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    Have you visited a trampoline park and felt that the management has been negligent in terms of safety precautions? If one of your children, or even yourself, was hurt due to a lack of safety, it could be that you can make a compensation claim with Accident Advice Helpline. Simply call 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile, to speak to our team and learn if you can make a claim.

    Date Published: February 15, 2017

    Author: Rob Steen

    Category: Accident in a public place

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