Playground Advisory and Inspection Services
Kidsafe Qld is committed to increasing safety in play environments and to promoting the benefits of play for children.
There are Australian Standards covering playgrounds, play equipment, trampolines and indoor playgrounds. All playgrounds must meet these standards.
Any person or organisation considering designing, building, importing or setting up a playground - indoor or out -should download the standards relating to playgrounds from SAI global. There are rules about soft fall and heights of equipment and inspections etc that you must know and comply with.
You will also need a Certificate of Compliance for your playground. This means compliance to the Australian Playground Standards. You might like to order this Guide to Playground Standards which will help you navigate your way through the Standards.
Simple information can be provided by phone and email or a Playground Consultant can visit your playground to discuss safety and design ideas to enhance children’s play and learning. Email email@example.com
Operational or Comprehensive Inspections/Risk Assessments
Our accredited Playground Consultants can inspect your playground for compliance against the Australian Standards and provide a written report with prioritised recommendations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Review of Plans
The Playground Consultants can review your plans to give design advice, identify potential hazards and ensure quality play options for children. Playground plans are reviewed for compliance with current Australian Safety Standards and a written report is provided with recommendations. Email email@example.com
Our staff can be engaged to speak at various conferences, seminars or Professional Development days on a variety of playground topics. Cost varies dependent on length of session delivered. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual (routine) Inspection Course
This nationally recognised training course incorporating AHCPGD206 Conduct visual inspection of park facilities, will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to conduct routine visual (daily to weekly) inspections of park and recreational facilities to identify visual hazards and existing potential risks. To find out more about this email email@example.com
Operational Inspection Course
This nationally recognised training course incorporating AHCPGD305 Conduct operational inspection of park facilities, will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to conduct operational (monthly to quarterly) inspection of park and recreational facilities to identify hazards, existing and potential risks, non-conformities with Australian Standards, and workplace health and safety requirements. To find out more about this email firstname.lastname@example.org