Playground Safety

It is recognised children will experience minor injuries on playgrounds but a playground that leaves a child permanently disabled is not acceptable. Those involved in playgrounds should identify and eliminate unacceptable playground risks and reduce hazards.

Training & Certification

Get playground safety training focusing on playground Standards, design, hazard identification, equipment specification, surfacing requirements, risk management, and assessment methods offered and recognised in Australia.

CPSIA Directory

Find local CPSIA Certified playground services on a trusted business directory, and support the industry-standard benchmark of having inspectors evaluated as competent through training and assessment. 

Play Force
Play ForceConsultant, Inspector, Installer, Maintenance & Repairs, Surface Testing, Surfacing
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A family-owned and operated business that, for over 18 years, has helped customers deliver, inspect and maintain safe and enjoyable playgrounds across Queensland.
Funky Monkey Bars
Funky Monkey BarsConsultant, Inspector, Installer, Maintenance & Repairs, Manufacturer, Outdoor Excercise
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Funky Monkey Bar School Playground designs are Australian Made using Australian steel. They are modular allowing the equipment to be customised to suit all ages and abilities of Users and to fit the available space. They are a popular and affordable solution and are compliant with Australian Standards AS4685.0.
Playground Safety Inspectors Australia
Playground Safety Inspectors AustraliaInspector
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I am a Nationally and Internationally fully qualified Inspector with thousands of playground inspections and surface testing experience. I am a highly experienced professional.

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Currently hold a CPSIA certificate valid with Playground Safety Inspectors or PlayRight Australia Pty Ltd? 

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Anon
Anon
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Hi guys Is there a procedure/test method for testing basketball, football posts etc. and does this come under playground safety requirements for inspections? Should we as certified playground inspectors being testing these?
Glenda
Glenda
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I have a quick question for you... for a cableway that has the intention to have an all abilities function can you have an all abilities seat (ie capsule) is it allowable even though he standards state that seats are to allow the user to exit quickly at all times? As4685.4:2021 . I guess i am asking if there is an all abilities waiver in writing somewhere?
Jason
Jason
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We’ve been studying the newly released AS 4685.1:2021. And we’re stuck regarding barriers/guardrails provision. Sec 4.2.4.3. Excludes stairs, ramp and bridges from the barrier requirement, whereas, Sec 4.2.4.4. Figure 10 shows they are required. Appreciate if you could give us your thoughts on this
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Student discussion forum

Currently hold a CPSIA certificate valid with Playground Safety Inspectors or PlayRight Australia Pty Ltd? 

Join our new Facebook group, ask any questions or start discussion topics regarding playground safety, and receive free resources from our office!

Recent Posts

Anon
Anon
Read More
Hi guys Is there a procedure/test method for testing basketball, football posts etc. and does this come under playground safety requirements for inspections? Should we as certified playground inspectors being testing these?
Glenda
Glenda
Read More
I have a quick question for you... for a cableway that has the intention to have an all abilities function can you have an all abilities seat (ie capsule) is it allowable even though he standards state that seats are to allow the user to exit quickly at all times? As4685.4:2021 . I guess i am asking if there is an all abilities waiver in writing somewhere?
Jason
Jason
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We’ve been studying the newly released AS 4685.1:2021. And we’re stuck regarding barriers/guardrails provision. Sec 4.2.4.3. Excludes stairs, ramp and bridges from the barrier requirement, whereas, Sec 4.2.4.4. Figure 10 shows they are required. Appreciate if you could give us your thoughts on this
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Playground Safety

It is recognised children will experience minor injuries on playgrounds but a playground that leaves a child permanently disabled is not acceptable. Those involved in playgrounds should identify and eliminate unacceptable playground risks and reduce hazards.

Training and Certification

Get playground safety training focusing on playground Standards, design, hazard identification, equipment specification, surfacing requirements, risk management, and assessment methods offered and recognised in Australia.

playground inspector training and certification

Directory

Find local CPSIA Certified playground services on a trusted business directory, and support the industry-standard benchmark of having inspectors evaluated as competent through training and assessment. 

Playground Safety

It is recognised children will experience minor injuries on playgrounds but a playground that leaves a child permanently disabled is not acceptable. Those involved in playgrounds should identify and eliminate unacceptable playground risks and reduce hazards.

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Training & Certification

Get playground safety training focusing on playground Standards, design, hazard identification, equipment specification, surfacing requirements, risk management, and assessment methods offered and recognised in Australia.

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CPSIA Directory

Find local CPSIA Certified playground services on a trusted business directory, and support the industry-standard
benchmark of having inspectors evaluated as competent through training and
assessment. 

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