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Safety

Safety at Get Air

Get Air prides itself on safety—these aren’t your typical backyard trampolines! Each is individually sewn and placed to make sure you get a good lift and have a soft place to land. Our safety referees patrol the decks to make sure everyone is staying safe and having a good time. Before you jump it’s important that you know the rules, watch the safety video and read the signs. Our staff are always happy to answer any questions.

ASSUMPTION OF RISK

Participation in trampoline activities is an inherently dangerous recreational activity and involves a level of risk that each participant must evaluate on their own. By using this facility, you are assuming a risk of serious injury or death. For safety, you should be in good health and free from high blood pressure, heart, back or neck problems, motion sickness, or other conditions that could be aggravated by jumping on a trampoline. Expectant mothers should not jump. WARNING! Catastrophic injury, paralysis or even death may result due to inherent risks, sometimes even if all rules are followed. By using the equipment and property at this facility, all guests of Get Air are bound by the liability waiver and release set forth in the terms of the Agreement that must be executed upon admittance to this facility. Those under the age of 20 must have the Agreement completed and signed by their parent or legal guardian. By filling out the waiver/registration form, you agree that you understand the dangers in using the facility and agree to be bound by the contents of the waiver.

LIABILITY WAIVER

By using the equipment and property at this facility, all guests of Get Air are bound by the liability waiver and release set forth in the terms of the Agreement that must be executed upon admittance to this facility. Those under the age of 20 must have the Agreement completed and signed by their parent or legal guardian.

SOMERSAULTS NOT RECOMMENDED

Landing on the head or neck can cause serious injury, paralysis or death, even when landing in the middle of the mat. Jumpers must maintain total control of their bodies while jumping.

DO NOT DOUBLE BOUNCE

Do not double bounce.(Double bouncing is when two people jump on the same trampoline surface near each other. This may seem fun, but it can result in a broken leg).

DO NOT SIT OR LIE ON THE COURT

If you are tired and need to rest, you must exit the court.

WEAR APPROPRIATE CLOTHING

Clothes must be free of hanging zippers, belts and strings. Please remove all jewelry, accessories and watches before entering the court. Empty your pockets and have nothing in your mouth like gum or candy while jumping.

NO PLAYING WITH SAFETY PADDING

Do not play with, invert or damage the safety padding around the edge of the trampolines. Doing so could cause injury to you or other jumpers.

NO DIVING INTO THE FOAM PITS

Please avoid diving in the foam pits. This is a dangerous practice.

DANGEROUS TRICKS

Flips and other tricks are dangerous…perform them at your own risk only if you have sufficient skills to avoid injury.

BE ALERT

Be aware and considerate of those around you. Jump with people that are of similar size.

NO CLIMBING

Do not climb on walls or netting and do not touch basketball apparatus.

NO ALCOHOL OR DRUGS

Do not use a trampoline when under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

NO ROUGH-HOUSING

No tackling, pushing or other activity that may unnecessarily interfere with the jumping or concentration of another participant. This is a listing of our general rules. It is not an all inclusive list, and the rules are subject to change.

KIDS UNDER 120 CM MUST STAY IN THE LITTLE AIR AREA

It’s our policy that kids under 120 centimeters must stay in the Small Air area. When playing in this section of the park, the little ones still have access to single lane obstacles like the foam pits.

HITTING THE FRAME

Jumpers should stay in the center of the trampoline when jumping. Injury may result from hitting the frame when control is lost. Do not jump directly onto the safety pad.

INCORRECT TRANSFER FROM TRAMPOLINES TO DECKING OR PLATFORM AREAS

Improper transfer can result in broken ankles or other injuries. Walk from the trampoline to the decking areas.

INADEQUATE SKILL LEVEL

Attempting skills above one’s ability may cause serious injury, paralysis, or death.

FOREIGN OBJECTS

Jumping with a foreign object can also increase the chances of getting injured. This includes but is not limited to, keys, phones, and cameras.