Use of Bouncy Castle Inflatable’s


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Product Description


  • Poorly maintained or uninsured equipment.
  • Slips, trips, & falls from –
  • Slippery wet plastic
  • Anchorage points
  • Power leads and associated equipment.
  • Persons jumping or falling off the front of the bouncy castle / inflatable.
  • Using a petrol/diesel generator along with its associated fire hazards (the inflatable is electrically powered as standard).
  • If other appliances are run from the generator there could be a reduction in power to the inflatable which could cause it to rapidly deflate.
  • Lit cigarettes or barbeque embers coming into contact with the equipment causing a fire or melting the airtight plastic casing rapid deflation.
  • Weight overloading resulting in air tight joining seams splitting or sharp objects puncturing the inflated equipment leading to rapid deflation and structural collapse.
  • Unauthorised access while equipment is inflating / deflating or is no longer being supervised (i.e. end of event)
  • Manual Handling.
  • Weighty, bulky and unwieldy load.
  • Difficulties in getting a grip of the load.
  • Individuals with pre-existing conditions.
  • Physical Injury – difficult posture.
  • Muscular skeletal disorders
  • Sprains / strains.
  • High wind leading to anchor points becoming loose or detached causing the equipment to move or tip over.
  • Heavy duty stakes to be driven in using mallet.
  • Larger users colliding with smaller users.
  • Users colliding with each other whilst on the inflatable.
  • Danger of unnecessary injury or illness.
  • Contact with bodily fluids (e.g. vomit / diarrhoea etc.)
  • Possibly also resulting in slips and falls from equipment.
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