TERMS AND CONDITION OF HIRE

Safety instruction sheet for customers when inflatable play equipment is delivered

 

It is the responsibility of the customer (hirer) to ensure all possible steps are taken to avoid injury or damage to the inflatable. Please ensure that the following safety instructions are followed:

1.      This unit has an age limit.

2.      No food or drinks on the inflatable.

3.      All badges jewellery earrings necklaces etc must be removed it is recommended that spectacles are also removed.

4.      No face paints, party poppers, or silly string must not be used near or on the inflatable as this can stain.

5.      No smoking near the inflatable.

6.      No climbing or hanging on the walls its DANGEROUS.

7.      A responsible adult must supervise the inflatable at all times.

8.      Ensure the inflatable is not overcrowded and the children are similar ages if the children are colliding with each other it’s overcrowded.

9.      If the inflatable isn’t being used for any part of the day please switch off the blower at the wall this will reduce your electricity bill.

10.  Do not allow anyone to bounce on the front step/apron this is to help people get on and off the inflatable.

11.  Ensure no one with a history of neck or back problems is allowed on the inflatable.

12.  Do not allow anyone on the inflatable when inflating or deflating.

13.  In the event of heavy rain its strongly recommended you switch off the inflatable, any wetness including bubbling can be dried with a towel, a small picnic table being placed over the blower will help it from sucking water in and then into the inflatable.

14.  If the inflatable is damaged or stolen you will be responsible for the replacement of the inflatable and possible loss of earnings.

15.  The blower at the back may have a safety reset button, in the event that it over heats or loses power switch it off at the mains and then switch it back on one or two minutes later and it should restart if it does not or there is a power cut inform us IMMEDIATELY.

16.  Ensure that the vent on the side of the blower is kept clear at all times.

17.  If you are unsure about anything please contact us. 

DISCLAIMER

Please note all persons using this inflatable do so at their own risk.

The person/organisation hiring the equipment will be responsible/liable for any damage or injury occurring from or as a result of misuse or reckless use.

These guidelines are for the safety of all people using this equipment and it is the sole responsibility of the hirer to ensure they are adhered to. Our company cannot accept any responsibility for any injury caused to anyone using this equipment.

I hereby agree to abide by the terms and conditions listed above

HIRE DATE ……………………………………………………………………………..

SIGNED ………………………………………………………………………………….

PRINT NAME ……………………………………………………………………………

Payment made....................................................................................Cash

 

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KNOW WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN BOOKING A BOUNCY CASTLE?
Are you looking to book a Bouncy Castle for you Child's birthday or an event?
If you are, then do you really know what to look for? Obviously the design of the Bouncy Castle is very important to you and your guests, but what else should you be looking for?
Did you know all inflatables need to be tested annually to make sure they comply to the European standard? Inflatables need to be tested annually by a competent person. Most commonly used are RPII or ADIPS inspectors. Most RPII inspectors can then issue PIPA tags and Certificates if required or their own certificates, either way the compliance test is the same test to EN14960:2013. Every Bouncy Castle operator is expected to have these tests done annually on all inflatable equipment and SHOULD have the certificates to show you when you ask for them. It is your right and responsibility to check for these certificates when booking.
You should also be checking the Bouncy Castle provider has sufficient insurance, However their insurance would be void without the annual tests mentioned above as insurance companies required the equipment to be tested at all times.
All electrical items, such as extension leads, blowers, etc, should also have a current PAT test in place again in accordance with HSE regulations. You should be checking to ensure the operator takes all means to prevent electric shock, Such as using RCD's on all electrical set ups.
Can the Bouncy Castle operator produce a Risk Assessment or Method Statement? Many Venues requests these from the operator before set up of the equipment, so maybe worth asking if they can supply these.
It's your right to ask!
When booking an inflatable it's your right to ask for all of the items mentioned above, So ASK! Any professional Bouncy Castle hirer should have no issues with providing you with the certificates and paperwork mentioned should you require it.

 

 

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