Bouncy Castle Safety Guidleines.Cream castles like to think we run a safe operation when it comes to bouncy castle hire. We have aqquired a wealth of knowledge over the years within the bouncy castle industry. We follow safety guidelines set by various bodies within the bouncy castle industry. Namely RPII, PIPA, BIHA and HSE to keep within the law but also to make sure all our children are safe on our equipment, whilst having lots of fun. You can read our Bouncy castle safety information in further details by clicking on the highlighted link.
All our inflatables are made to a standard called bsen14960. This standard ensures all our inflatables have been designed and built to comply with this legislation. Bouncy castles and inflatable equipment that do not meet this standard are not fit for use within the UK. Cream Castles buy all our inflatable equipment from leading inflatable manufacturers, to ensure this standard is met.
Once built the inflatables must be inspected annually by a competent person. This is the reason cream Castles use PIPA to inspect all our equipment annually. PIPA is an organisation, who carry out inflatable testing. Upon completion of a safety inspection a certificate of compliance is given. A blue circle badge is also glued onto the inflatable, which are coded and added to their database. The public can go onto the PIPA website and enter this code, bringing up all details of the inflatables. You can find the date of test, any repairs that have been carried out on the inflatable along with the size and style of the inflatable.
Cream Castles will always endeavour to comply with all these safety standards and take safety very seriously. Inflatables can be very dangerous, when these standards and safe practices are ignored. Cream Castles are very transparent with all our documentation and can supply copies whenever requested.