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ALL OUR INFLATABLES ARE TESTED BY AN RPII INSPECTOR AND CARRY PIPA OR RPII CERTIFICATES ON THEM
MAKE SURE THE INFLATABLE YOU HIRE HAS BEEN TESTED AS INSURANCE ON IT MAYBE INVALID , AND THE INFLATABLE MAY NOT BE OF A SAFE STANDARD

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Based in Weymouth Dorset and part of A1 Weymouth Bouncy Castles which was established in 2000, I am a registered RPII Inspector and PIPA tester offering a mobile Bouncy Castle & Inflatable testing service accoss Southern England.


Public Liability Insured
RPII Registered Inspector
PIPA Tags & Certificates
RPII Inspections
BS EN14960:2006 Tests
PAT Testing

Inflatable play equipment is required by law to be inspected every year - a valid RPII or PIPA certificate is normally sufficient to demonstrate compliance with the law.

PIPA Testing:

The PIPA (Pertexa Inflatable Play Accreditation) scheme is a national system for ensuring that bouncy castles, inflatable slides and similar devices are safe for children to play on. There are strict standards that govern the design, manufacture and maintenance of inflatable play equipment which are laid out in BS EN14960:2006. The scheme is operated by the trade association MUTA with the support of the Health and Safety Executive and other industry bodies.

PIPA maintains the only national database of inflatable play equipment. The tag number is logged into the central database where the results of its initial test and subsequent annual tests are recorded. This database is publicly accessible and the inspection status of any tagged equipment can be checked 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

As one of the PIPA scheme's network of inspectors I am qualified to inspect your inflatable play equipment to these standards and issue PIPA tags and certificates accordingly.

RPII Testing:

The RPII test is exactly the same as a PIPA test other than that no PIPA tag and/or certificate is issued and there is no entry on the national database - instead I issue my own RPII certificate.

To book your test call 01305 772741

I look forward to hearing form you,

The law for operators
When a company, organisation or individual makes available any equipment in return for payment they become subject to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. This act places a duty of care on everyone involved in the transaction. This means that the operator, the operator's employees, the hirer, the hirer's employees and the owner or manager of the premises should do everything possible to ensure the safe use of the equipment.
In addition Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) require that all work equipment, and that includes inflatable play, must be tested by a competent person regularly (usually once a year).
PIPA helps operators conform with the law by defining a 'competent person' as one who has passed a specialised examination and is registered with the RPII.
Inspection by a competent person prior to first use and annually thereafter provides fundamental confidence in the equipment itself.
PIPA is one of only two inspection schemes recognised by the HSE (the other is ADIPS)
Operators using other testing schemes or methods may be required to demonstrate how such procedures equal or better the accepted best practice. Testers with no formal qualifications, however well experienced, would probably not be able to satisfy a court of their competence.
The National Association of Inflatable Hirers has published Information Sheet 49, a guide to safe use and operation of inflatable play equipment,
BS EN 14960
The European standard for inflatable play equipment was published by the BSI in 2007.
The published standard is subject to copyright so cannot be made available from this site. It can only be purchased through BSI
Scope
The PIPA scheme is designed to help you meet your obligations under Health and Safety legislation. The Health and Safety At Work etc Act 1974 and subsequent regulations require all inflatable play equipment that is "designed to be used by members of the public for entertainment purposes either as a slide or for bouncing upon" to be tested at suitable intervals by a competent person.
Bouncy castles, and inflatable slides and obstacle courses are covered by the scheme, but bungee runs, and rodeo bulls are not.
Other types of device not covered by PIPA include:
Devices classified as toys
Devices designed for use in pools
Privately owned devices which users do not pay to use




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PIPA - RPII Test - Tester - Testing - Inspection
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I come to you anywhere accross Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Gloucestershire, Wiltshie, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Surrey, Sussex & Kent
Including:Barnstaple,Bath,Bournemouth,Brighton,Bristol,Crawley,Croydon,Eastbourne,Exeter,London,Plymouth,Portsmouth,Reading
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PIPA - RPII Test - Tester - Testing - Inspection
- Inflatable - Bouncy Castle - Bouncy Slide - Assault/Obstacle Course - Moon Walk - Disco Dome -
PIPA - RPII Test - Tester - Testing - Inspection
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