The spike of trampoline injuries has provoked doubt for parents. Questions have risen about diligences in commercial trampoline parks, and if safety is realistic.
Running a trampoline park has complex regulations to minimize injuries. Over 95 percent of fractures don’t happen at parks because outdoor trampolines are less sturdy with weaker springs.
Manager of Air U trampoline park, April Carere, explains protocol to keep parents happy, while jumpers safely enjoy their time.
“We do have flight deck staff that patrol each area, they are trained to respond and to monitor the nature of situations and to make sure every participant is is playing in a safe and appropriate manner”
Trampoline injuries rank common in children under 16, and approximately 15 percent involve children younger than six. Outdoor trampolines are hard to control, and the lack of supervision result in numerous injuries. Trampoline parks are an important industry to have to eliminate risk taking.
Trampoline parks have proven that trampolines can be safe, but it takes a lot of effort to get there. The rules and regulations create a safe zone where people can get exercise and have fun.