Our SAFETY POLICY
Safety is our number 1 priority!
Super Tramp has a tightly managed and monitored safety system, developed around international industry best practice. Safe fun is our number 1 priority and we everyone to have as much fun as possible whilst being safe!
The general safety rules (park rules) and guidelines for each area are displayed throughout Super Tramp. Our waiver outlines the risks and anyone jumping at Super Tramp is deemed to have accepted these conditions prior to jumping. Like most sporting activities, trampolining creates the potential for injury even when done properly and following appropriate rules and guidelines. Our rules and safety guidelines have been developed in conjunction with recognised safety experts with the specific direction to meet or exceed world’s best practice. To minimise the chance of dangerous situations, especially for inexperienced jumpers, we have clearly posted trampoline park rules at the entrance of the park. These rules are enforced by our crew members.
Every square inch of exposed trampoline support structure (the steel and springs between the trampoline beds) is covered by more than two inches of gymnastics-grade padding. The springs are completely encapsulated in a polypropylene sheet and covered by vinyl padding. We have met or exceed the padding requirements advocated by the International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP).
Super Tramp is part of the leading international body that is striving to create the world’s best practice for trampoline safety the IATP, https://www.indoortrampolineparks.org/. The safety and well-being of patrons remains at the forefront of the Super Tramp experience. We are also members of ROSPA, https://www.rospa.com/play-safety/advice/trampolines/ who offer advice to businesses and parents. ROSPA have come up with a set of questions all parents should ask before visiting a trampoline park
Staff and Expert Supervision
Each of the trampoline courts / areas is monitored by trained trampoline staff. Members of our team are trained in CPR and First Aid and is tasked with enforcing the court rules in a courteous manner. Our staff enforce our ‘one person per trampoline’ rule to avoid collisions. Children aged 4 and under have dedicated times (TOTS Club and Family Bounce).
Training and Supervision
One of our primary safety principles is ensuring jumpers do not attempt any activity beyond their skill level. Classes are available (Super Tramp Academy) for all levels of ability to help develop skills from learning to jump safely through to more specialised moves with the help of our British Gymnastic qualified coaches.
Anyone jumping at Super Tramp is required to wear our approved grip-socks designed to help maximise grip, to help maximise safety and general hygiene.
TOTS (under 5’s)
We have designated sessions for bouncers under 5, (TOTS Club). There are no age restrictions, but in order to ensure the safety of our bouncers, Junior Jumpers must be able to walk unassisted. Our TOTS Club is designed for ages walking to under 5 and our Family Bounce sessions are designed for ages 3-12 years old.
We encourage and welcome any feedback that helps us continue to develop a best practice safety program and environment at Super Tramp.
Contact us to provide feedback; https://supertrampplymouth.co.uk/contact-form
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The Park Rules
Our park rules and guidelines have been designed to ensure everyone is kept safe and to minimise any chance of injury. You will find these rules displayed around the park, please read them carefully and follow them when you’re inside.
Before entering the park
Have you signed your waiver? You will be unable to bounce if not.
Super Tramp grip socks must be worn when using the trampolines.
All sharp objects, including jewellery and hats, must be removed.
Never jump if pregnant or of ill health.
No jumping when under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
No food or drink on or near the trampolines.
Park rules whilst Jumping
Always land with both feet together or on your bum, never on just one foot.
No running across the trampolines!
Never jump onto another person’s trampoline. This is strictly not allowed. One Trampoline - One person.
No double bouncing, (bouncing someone else higher).
Don’t attempt any activity beyond your skill level.
Watch out for other jumpers and always allow smaller jumpers right of way.
Always jump within the coloured pads and aim for the centre of the trampoline. Never jump onto the pads.
Listen and follow the advice of the Court Marshals (CREW) at all time.
No laying down or sitting on a trampoline.
Basketball / Slam Dunk
No hanging off the hoop, backboard or support bars.
No jumping or dunking from behind the backboard.
Only attempt dunks within your skill level.
**Do not throw the basketballs at the reaction boards.
The bag MUST be empty before jumping into it. One person in the bag at all times.
; no backflips, no double flips, no diving head first.
Safely land on your bum, back or feet.
Always exit the bag quickly and on the left-hand side.
“Park rules whilst jumping” apply in this area.
Dodgeball game rules;
No kicking the balls.
No head shots.
Hit by a live ball on any part of the body you are out.
If you are out, leave the court.
You can deflect incoming balls with another ball.
Catching a ball thrown by an opponent before it touches the ground means that they are out and you can get a player back.
You are out if you touch the neutral zone.
The court monitors (CREW) decision is final when it comes to refereeing a Dodgeball game.
The Court Marshals (CREW) monitor the area strictly.
Perform flips and tricks at your own risk and NEVER attempt activities outside of your skill.
One Trampoline - One person
Follow all Court Marshals (CREW) instructions.
No climbing or scrambling up the wall.
Strictly 2 jumpers on top of The Wall at all times.
Only sit/stand on top of The Wall when you are actively using one of the wall trampolines.
Jumpers must be over 125cm in height.