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Play Inspection Training

Do you know how to make sure your play area equipment is safe?

Playground managers have a legal and moral responsibility to make sure children using the play area are safe. This training session teaches you how to carry out safety checks and record them so that you can demonstrate your commitment to maintaining safe opportunities for children to play creatively. You will receive template documents, all the latest good practice guidance and take part in a practical session to assess a local facility.

The session will include a classroom element as well as an inspection of a nearby play area. Attendees are recommended to dress appropriately for climbing on play equipment and for weather conditions.

Course Aims

  • Inspection schedules – who does what
  • Legal framework – why inspect
  • Inspection routine and what to look for
  • Keeping records

Learning Outcomes

Delegates will understand the difference between a regular visual inspection, routine quarterly inspection and yearly maintenance inspection.

They will know what to look for during a routine visual inspection, how to record it and understand the risk assessment process.

They will be aware of the range of health and safety regulations which impact on the inspection process.

Further Details

  • The course will be led by Rik Martin RPII, registered Operational Inspector of Children’s Playgrounds
  • Please arrive at Community Action Norfolk’s office at 9.45 am for a 10.00 am start

For more information contact rik.martin@communityactionnorfolk.org.uk

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Key Information

Date 28/Nov/2018
Time 10:00
Location Signpost House, Dereham


Member Cost £40
Non-Member Cost £60


Course Format The course duration is 10:00 – 13:30 including visit to local playing field

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