RULES GOVERNING THE SAFE OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT
Bounce Around Town, a division of (A Perfect Party Rental)
The following rules detail safe operational guidelines for the inflatable equipment you are leasing from Bounce Around Town . To ensure safe operation of the inflatable, it is in your best interests to have these rules read aloud by a company representative. Further, you are encouraged to direct any questions you may have about the operation of the inflatable to your representative from Bounce Around Town before you begin use of the equipment.
Supervision: The safety of the children depends on you. Your personal supervision is absolutely required at all times. As the lessee of this inflatable unit, the safety of all the riders is your responsibility. As the adult supervisor, you should position yourself in close proximity of the entrance to the ride and be prepared to assist riders when they enter/exit the ride.
Age Groups: Only compatible age groups and sizes shall play on the inflatable at the same time. The following are guidelines as to the number of riders that may be on the inflatable bouncer at the same time:
CHILDREN UP TO AGE 7: 8 – 10
CHILDREN AGES 8 – 12: 5 – 7
INDIVIDUALS OVER 12: 3 – 4
Shoes/Glasses/Jewelry: All riders MUST REMOVE SHOES, GLASSES, AND ALL LOOSE JEWELRY before playing in the inflatable.
Pre-existing Health Conditions: Pregnant women, individuals with pre-existing injuries, and others susceptible to injury from falls, bumps or bouncing are not permitted in or on the inflatable unit at any time.
Flipping: To avoid neck and back injuries, FLIPS ARE NOT ALLOWED.
Wrestling/Piling: As with flipping, improper use of the inflatable includes wrestling and riders piling on themselves. Such activity may result in neck and back injuries to riders.
Installation: Do not remove the inflatable from the area where it was installed. If the inflatable unit moves, pull it by one of its corners back to its original location of installation. Keep the inflatable unit away from swimming pools at all times.
Inclement Weather: Once there is a threat of inclement weather, including strong winds (at or in excess of 20 mph), thunderstorms (especially when lightening is present), or severe cold weather (below 40 degrees), children should immediately exit the inflatable. The blower should thereafter be switched off and the unit allowed to deflate.
Deflation: Should the unit begin to deflate, do the following: First, have all children exit the moonwalk immediately. Next, if the motor has stopped, make sure that it has not been unplugged. If the motor is still running, check the air intake on the side of the motor for blockage, and check both blower tubes on the inflatable unit to make sure that they are tightly tied off. Never allow riders to jump in a partially inflated unit.
Alterations: No alteration in or attachments to the inflatable unit are allowed, period.
General Misuse: Do not allow riders to play or climb on walls, sides or roof of inflatable. Never place a water hose or water in general onto the inflatable. If the inflatable should become wet, have an adult wipe down unit before riders return. Inflatable should not be wet when riders enter the unit. Do not allow the inflatable to rub up against any surface.