Safety is our number one priority at Gravity Force. We have tightly managed safety rules and procedures throughout our park to ensure our customers can enjoy the park to its full potential while significantly reducing the chance of injury. A few examples of the procedures in place are as follows:
- Before bouncing all participants are required to sign a waiver that informs and educates them of the potential risks of trampolining.
- 10 minutes before the start of their jump session participants are required to watch an educational safety briefing video which teaches them about the park rules, how to control their bounce and how to jump safely amongst others.
- Court monitors are stationed at all core areas of the park throughout a jump session to ensure rules are being adhered to advise and guide participants. All court monitors go through vigorous and selective training and then are required to pass a high grade exam before being allowed to perform their role.
We have gone to great lengths to reduce or eliminate some of the hazards associated with trampolining, and our rules and guidelines are designed to minimise risk of injury to yourself and others. These are clearly displayed around the park and our Gravity Force staff will also be enforcing these rules, so please read and follow them carefully. Staff reserve the right to remove guests from further bouncing in our facility, if they are acting in a way that may endanger themselves or others.
Garden Trampolines vs Gravity Force Trampolines
The majority of accidents on your bog-standard garden trampolines occur for one of two reasons. Falling off of the trampoline or landing on one of the hard metal poles supporting the trampolines structure.
At Gravity Force we combat these two major issues by firstly ensuring that all our trampolines and their framework are surrounded by ASTM approved cushiony soft padding. Secondly all of our trampolines are floor level which leaves nowhere to fall off from. Additionally selected trampolines do have an area of safety netting surrounding them to further reduce the chance of falling off (The foam pit areas, basketball lanes and dodgeball courts are all a prime example of this).