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Safety in Inflatable Operation

 
At Magic Jump Rentals, safety is our top priority. We have setup a quality control procedure to inspect every inflatable before it is used. We follow all major inflatable safety standards and are members of S.I.O.T.O. (Safe Inflatable Operators Training Organization), A.I.R.C.O (Inflatable Rental Company Operators), and A.R.A. (American Rental Association). We area also certified inflatable safety operators that take the time to instruct renters and attendants on safety rules and procedures before, during, and after use. 

How are we safe? 

Follow all industry standards for inflatable safety

Member of rental safety organizations

Only carry new inflatables with latest safety features

Safety labels on all inflatable rides

We provide safe operation instructions for renters

Safety Training Certification SIOTO Advanced Training Certificate

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U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Bulletin

The consumer product safety commission issued a bulletin on May 23, 2001 following numerous incidences from inflatable operation throughout the U.S. involving broken bones, head injuries, contusions, abrasions and sprains from March 1999 to February 2001. The CPSC provides general inflatable safety recommendations for operators, owners, and renters. 

CPSC Bulletin on Inflatable Safety Download 2011 CPSC Bulletin

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Bulletin

The consumer product safety commission issued a bulletin on August 2015 following numerous incidences from inflatable operation throughout the U.S. from 2003 to 2013. The CPSC provides general inflatable safety recommendations for operators, owners, and renters and what to be aware of for a safe use.

CPSC Bulletin on Inflatable Safety Download 2015 CPSC Bulletin

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Member of Party Rental Organizations

Inflatable Safety Rules

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Safe Inflatable Attendant

DO NOT enter inflatable unless attendant is on duty!

Follow attendant or operator instructions at all times.

inflatable safety rules

Remove all sharp and pointed objects before entering.
 

Remove shoes, eyeglasses, and jewelry before entering.
 

No food, gum, drinks, pets, or sprays inside unit.

inflatable safety rules

No tumbling, flipping, wrestling, chasing, or piling on others.
 

No rough play inside inflatable units.

inflatable safety rules

No unevenly matched users. 

ONLY Adults with Adults and Children with Children. 

Safe Bouncy Castle Operation Do not enter inflatable if you are pregnant or have any physical problems.
Jump House Safety, Jumper Safety Do not play near the entrance or exit.
Do not jump against, climb, or play near the sides or walls.
Inflatable Weather Policy, Bouncer Weather Policy

If weather conditions get bad, or if the inflatable begins to deflate, stop playing, remain calm, and carefully exit the inflatable.

DO NOT use inflatables during inclement weather (rain, hale, or when winds exceed 20mph). 

Inflatable Slide Instructions, Safe Sliding Technique

Only one rider sliding at a time.

 

Inflatable Slides: correct sliding method is seated, feet in front of you. Do Not Slide head first. 

Slip n Slides: correct sliding method is on your stomach, hands in front of you.