Indoor Playland Safety and Compliance Inspection
Certified Level 4 Indoor / Enclosed Play Area Inspection
Playland Safety and Compliance Inspection
Safety & Compliance Audit
A certified Playland audit provides a comprehensive inspection of your play area by a certified RPII Inspector and ensures that any issues that could present an undue risk of injury to users are identified and reported. It is imperative that your playlands are inspected to remain in safe working condition and to the ongoing inspection requirement of the NZS:5828:2015 playground standard to ensure your obligation to Health & Safety.
This provides a useful working document to plan repairs, maintenance, compliance upgrades or long-term replacement of your play area/s.
The inspection includes a site visit and electronic report that includes photos, risk assessment and recommendations for every ﬁnding.
NZS5828 / EN1176 Standards Compliance Assessment (incl Part 10 Indoor)
Annual main inspection as per NZS5828:2015
Entrapment Probe check (head, neck, torso, leg & fingers)
Photos, Risk Assessment and Recommendations
General Health & Safety Hazards
Wear & tear, Structural stability
Fallzone check, free height of fall, fallings spaces and Freespace
Inspection of all play equipment
Inspection of play safety surface (depth check for loosefill / visual for synthetic)
Emergency & fire safety management
Accessibility, visibility & Evacuation
Our play inspections reports are unique, both comprehensive and practical and are designed
to be a solutions focused working document. Our playground reporting services are
recommended by McDonalds Restaurants, Kelly Tarltons, Kiwi Income Properties (Malls) and many other indoor enclosed commercial play applications.
The most common causes of medical attention from playgrounds is injury suffered from falling-Approximately 70 percent of playground equipment-related injuries involve falls to the surface, and 10 percent involve falls onto equipment. Either to inadequate surfacing or onto hard objects. The most common injury Is long-bone fractures (arms & legs) which are most common from
upperbody overhead activities such as monkey bars, monorails etc. This is generally due to the height of the bars and the quality of the surface below.
Protective surfacing under and around playground equipment can reduce the severity of and even prevent playground fall-related injuries. The risk of injury in a fall onto a nonimpact absorbing surface such as asphalt or concrete is more than twice that of falling onto an impact-absorbing surface.
Much emphasis and effort is being placed on increasing physical activity among children as it promotes good health and prevents obesity. Play is also important in the development of social behaviour, enabling children to interact with their peers. However, with this increase in physical activity and play, there is also an increase in the risk of injury. It is therefore necessary to ensure that safety measures are taken to prevent these injuries.