Council Parks, Holiday Resorts, Pub Gardens, Schools are just some of the locations you'll find a public playground that will need to meet European Safety Standards.
Public Liability Insurance
Your Public Liability Insurance will be void if it can be shown that the equipment does not meet the European Safety Standards. You are also responsible to repair, replace and maintain the equipment as set out in the Safety Standards.
Cableways is the European recognised name for Zip Wires, Zip Lines, Flying Foxes, Aerial Runways etc
Whatever you call the equipment there are safety standards which make it easy and clear to ensure that the zip wire is safe for use. Equipment that meets the standard needs to be installed and maintained to the standards to ensure that everyone is kept safe, and any public liability insurance is not voided.
PlayFair, the UK’s largest annual trade event for all those involved in the procurement and maintenance of children's play equipment and safety surfacing; will take a break in 2015.
The Association of Play I...
The Visitor Attraction Expo at ExCeL is run by the British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers & Attractions (BALPPA). With exhibitors catering for BALPPA’s over 300 Members’ wide range of needs covering t...
New Standards issued EN 1176-11:2014 for Spatial Networks
Drafts for Public Comment
As the standards are now over 5 years old the committee has drafted changes / updates to be considered for EN 1176-1...