It goes without saying that the school or nursery playground is a well-known area where children can slip, trip and fall and where serious injury can occur. As schools and nurseries become more health and safety conscious the requirement for safety surfacing is on the increase and this can dramatically reduce the number of injuries caused by a child falling onto a harder surface.
Is There a Legal Requirement for Safety Surfacing?
Believe it or not there is actually no legal requirement for schools or nurseries to use this surface as part of their 안전놀이터 playgrounds although it is highly recommended by a number of highly authoritative safety organisations.
In 1993 The Department of Culture, Media and Sport advised its use in their Playground Safety Guidelines and highlighted it as one of the main features of a safe playground. Unfortunately today we are part of a claims culture and the number of claims made following playground accidents is on the increase but courts will recognise where safety surfacing has been installed and thus award any compensation more appropriately.
You should always ensure that any safety surface installation team is CRB checked which offers schools and nurseries real peace of mind whilst the project is underway.
Wet pour safety surfaces are fantastic for use in playgrounds, nurseries and schools and it helps to give children a safe playground facility which children can learn, develop and grown.
Colourful, amazing designs can be made in the wet pour which can help children learn numbers, letters or other learning aspects according to their age and development level.
It is exceptionally convenient for schools to have safety surfacing installed in the six weeks holiday and this would give the children something nice to come back to. When it comes down to nurseries who do not have six weeks holidays then rest assured as installation teams can carry out the installation without to much disruption to daily nursery life.
When installing the surface you need to ensure the company you select will adhere to strict health and safety guidelines. Wet pour surfacing comes in a full range of colours and you have the ability to create fantastic designs in different shapes, logo and fun graphics to help provide further stimulation for the children.
What is safety surfacing made up from?
The surface is a rubber system which features double layers; the porous surface is made up of a base layer which is SBR rubber and then a layer of EPDM on top which then creates the streamlined soft surface.