Similar to other sports, jumping on trampolines and using equipment in a trampoline arena can be dangerous. However, by comparison, injury rates at trampoline parks are significantly less than other common sports such as football, swimming and cycling. Furthermore, we have put safety first in park design, feature placement, trampoline sizing, staff training, and arena monitoring.
Outdated trampolines left jumpers exposed to tumbling off onto the ground and it frequently resulted in injuries. We have eliminated this danger by completely surrounding our trampolines with soft but strong, 8-ft-high trampoline walls. These walls are so strong jumpers can bounce off them and back onto the trampoline floor.
Where the soft, 8-ft-high trampoline walls end, safety netting continues for a distance high enough to contain all jumpers. The safety netting can withstand up to 150 lbs per square inch!
Our trampolines have no gaps to fall through, nor are there any exposed springs. All steel and springs are covered by several inches of padding.
Our foam pit provides a soft landing. Jump Marshals are present at all times to ensure foam pit jumpers follow our safety rules. Diving headfirst into the foam pit is strictly prohibited.
Our staff performs regular inspections of all components of our trampolines to ensure that everything is always in proper working order.
We’re extremely proud of our staff at Jump In. Every employee is dedicated to your safety and to providing professional customer service and attention. You’ll find there’s much more to our staff than friendly faces. An ability to enforce our safety rules is a prerequisite to employment. All Jump Marshals are CPR certified, and undergo training including safety, group discussions, and emergency safety drills.
While we do absolutely everything we can to prevent them, accidents do happen. We go to great lengths to be prepared to respond quickly and continuously train our staff on safety procedures.
Our arena complies with the highest standards and is accredited both by the International Association of Trampoline Parks (“IATP”) and the American Society for Testing and Materials (“ASTM”), a not-for-profit organisation that provides a forum for the development and publication of international voluntary consensus standards for materials, products, systems and services. More information: http://www.astm.org/committee/f24.htm