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​Safety at Rush

Please watch our safety video before you jump. There are some clear rules that need to be followed at the park to ensure yours and other guests safety.

Safety is our number one priority at Rush UK. We have tightly managed safety rules and procedures throughout our park to ensure our customers can enjoy the park to its full potential while significantly reducing the chance of injury.

Rush was designed with your safety in mind. Our trampolines are produced by the leading company in trampoline park manufacturing and exceed the International Standards for safety.

We have gone to great lengths to reduce or eliminate some of the hazards associated with trampolining, and our rules and guidelines are designed to minimise risk of injury to yourself and others. These are clearly displayed around the park and Jumping areas are supervised at all times by trained Rush staff who make sure safety rules are adhered to.

Rush Staff reserve the right to remove guests from bouncing in our facility, if they are acting in a way that may endanger themselves or others.

Soft Trampoline Walls

One way to keep our jumpers safe is by surrounding our trampolines with soft but strong, 8-ft-high trampoline walls. These walls are strong enough that jumpers can bounce off them and back onto the trampoline floor.

Raised Floors

All areas beside the trampolines that are not adjacent to a trampoline wall are at the same level as the trampoline floor and padded with soft foam.

Padding

Our trampolines have no exposed springs or gaps to fall through. All steel framework and springs are covered by the appropriate thickness of padded foam.

Netting

Above the 8-ft high trampoline walls there is additional netting to keep jumpers within in the area. For added safety, netting is also used to surround the basketball slam dunk and foam pit areas.

Foam Pit

Our foam pit contains four feet of foam on top of a trampoline floor. Court monitors are present at all times to ensure the safety rules are adhered to.

Court Monitors

All court monitors go through vigorous and selective training and then are required to pass a high grade exam before being allowed to perform their role. Court monitors check the equipment on a regular basis to ensure all the equipment is in safe working order. They are stationed at all core areas of the park throughout a jump session to ensure rules are being adhered to advise and guide participants.

Safety Briefing Video

10 minutes before the start of their jump session participants are required to watch an educational safety briefing video which teaches them about the park rules, how to control their bounce and how to jump safely amongst others.

Waiver

Before bouncing all participants are required to sign a waiver that informs and educates them of the potential risks of trampolining.

Please note, you will only be able to jump at Rush if you have completed our waiver. If you are under the age of 18 the waiver will need to be completed by a parent or legal guardian.