Views: 3 Author: Daisy Zhao Publish Time: 2021-04-13 Origin: Site Inquire
Inflatable bouncers or moon bouncers have grown in popularity over the recent years
as they are relatively cheap to acquire,
providing a source of entertainment for children
and are generally regarded as a safe environment by parents.
There are multiple descriptors for inflatable bouncers,
including inflatable play structure, bounce house, bouncer and bouncy castle.
They are encountered at fairs, festivals and amusement parks as well as at private parties.
Restaurants, inns and hotels,attracting families with the installation of leisure games for minors,
such as playgrounds with various attractions
so that the little ones can have fun while adults enjoy a relaxed after-dinner or family celebration.
In this respect, the bouncers are an ideal complement for parties and ensure hours of fun at low cost.
But sometimes kids will get hurt when they are playing
The main risk factors: were lack of effective adult supervision
and the shared use by an excessive number of participants of different ages and weights.
We suggest these bounce house safety tips following
When setting up a bounce house, be sure to read and follow all instructions carefully.
1.A bounce house should be placed on a flat, even surface. Be sure the area is free of all rocks, sticks or objects sticking up from the ground, like sprinklers.
2.Never place bounce houses near tree branches, power lines or fences. There should be open space around all sides of the bounce house.
3.If the bounce house is set up on a hard surface, place a soft surface around the entrance/exit of the bounce house.
4.Make sure that the bounce house is anchored with long metal stakes that have been driven into the ground (and be sure to do this when children are not around).
5.Only children age 6 and older should use bounce houses. Younger children may not have the balance, coordination or strength to safely enjoy one.
6.An adult must always be present to supervise. At a park or other similar setting, a trained staff member must be present to supervise.
7.The safest way to use a bouncer is to allow only one child on it at a time. If more than one child will be using it, make sure they are about the same age and size.
8.Before entering, have children take off their shoes, glasses, and jewelry. Make sure they empty their pockets of any sharp objects, as well.
9.Set rules for safe play. Teach children to not roughhouse, tumble, wrestle or do flips. Have them stay away from the entrance or exit, and the sides or walls of the bouncer.
10.If the bouncer begins to lose air, or if it’s too windy, have all children carefully exit the bouncer. A good indication of when it is too windy (between 13-17 mph) is when winds raise dust and loose paper, or small branches start to move. If this is the case, stop play immediately, and have all children exit the bouncer.