Safety Instrucions
Inflatable Rentals

Please take the time to read this safety information information. It will cover any and all topics related to North County Jumpers Rentals products from setup specifications to safety during operation. If you find a topic that is not covered or feel should be addressed please notify us at 760-440-5150 or email us at NorthCountyJumpers@gmail.com.

Setup Information
Inflatable Specifications
• Every inflatable has at least one inflation tube that is attached to a motor/blower; all other inflation tubes need to be securely fastened so air doesn’t escape. Motor/blower needs to be on at all times.
• Every inflatable has at least four anchoring points; some slides or larger inflatables will have at least two more to secure it from tipping over.
• Every inflatable has a safety plaque that needs to be read and followed by attendants and users.
Some inflatable have velcro covers and zippers, these need to be closed and fastened at all times.

Setup Locations

• Setup can be on grass, concrete/asphalt, hardwood floor, and sand; setup cannot be on mud/dirt, rocks, any sharp objects, water or pool.
• Maximum allowed incline or decline for setup location is five degrees.
Setup location must be cleared of any and all objects.

Motor/Blower

• Motor/blower needs to be on at all times.
• If motor/blower turns off the inflatable will lose air and collapse.
Potential Problems that can cause under-inflation
• If there are any leaves or debris blocking the air suction.
• If inflation tube is not securely tightened to blower.
Using extension cords over 100 feet long.

Electricity Requirements

• Electricity outlets need to be available near setup location or a Generator is required.
• Electricity outlets being used should be able to hold 7-15 Amps and 115 Volt power.
 Generator – should be at least 4,000 Watt rated power. Required for park orders.
Potential Problems that can cause electricity power to short or turn off
• If there are other appliances being used on the same electricity outlet or breaker.
• If gas in the generator runs out.
• If electrical cord has been taken out of the outlet.
If motor/blower switch has been turned off.

Water Inflatables or Games / Dunk Tank

Need to be setup near a water supply/water hose
• Water Slides being setup on concrete/asphalt might cause a hard landing in the pool. Customers wanting a cushion to be placed under pool should provide one during setup.
During Dunk Tank use, no one should be standing in the path of the ball to the target. No one under the age
of 18 should use dunk tank. You must be an adult. Keep a clear distance away from the tank. Do not disassemble tank or try to empty it, only trained staff should.

Slide Rentals

*Supervision is required at all times. If supervision is not present - inflatable should be turned off.
*Only one person climbing stairs at a time, and one person sliding down at a time.
*No climbing over the side walls or the exterior of the unit - you may fall.
*As soon as kids slide down, they should exit to make it clear for the next slider
*No running up stairs, no flips, summersaults, horseplay, or rough-housing is allowed
*If unit deflates, remain calm and exit the slide.
*No one should be hanging out at top of slide. No more than 2 people should be at the top of any slide, dry or waterslide. As soon as you climb up, you should slide down.

Obstacle Rentals

Obstacle Courses are designed as a race between two people through the obstacle. Only 2 people at a time should go through at a time. 2 supervisors are required for all obstacles, one at the entrance and one at the exit. Attendees should not rough-house in the obstacle. It’s not designed for wrestling. Start at the beginning and run through and exit to let others through. Remove shoes, sharp objects, eye glasses. No one should use this if they have any current injury or are suseptable to falling and injuring themselves or others.


Attendant Operation and Safety Rules

Attendant Information
• A responsible adult must be attending/supervising inflatable and users at all times.
• Attendant MUST read and understand safety plaque and operation information.
• Attendant MUST be alert and pay attention to users at all times
• Attendant MUST be standing in a position where he/she has clear view of riders.
People using inflatables should never be left alone without an attendant

Bounce House / Inflatables Safety Rules

Riders cannot exceed maximum weight, height and number of riders specified on safety plaque.
11 ft jumpers - up to 6 kids max (however you may need to adjust for safety)
13 ft jumpers - up to 8 kids max (however you may need to adjust for safety)
15 ft jumpers - up to 10 kids max (however you may need to adjust for safety)
Module Combo Jumpers - up to 12 kids max (however you may need to adjust for safety)
* No sharp objects allowed inside the inflatable (shoes, keys, glasses, necklaces, etc.).
* No one is allowed in the inflatable that has or might have physical problems, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
* Riders must be properly dressed and have socks on to avoid skin burns.
* Riders must be of same age and physical size.
*No Food, gum, drinks, pets, or silly string inside of inflatable products.
* No rough play inside of inflatable products.
* Riders are not allowed to play near the entrance or exit.
* Riders are not allowed to jump against, climb or play near the sides or wall nettings.
* Riders should not be using inflatable products during inclement weather (rain, wind, etc.).
* Riders should be sliding in the proper manner demonstrated on safety plaques (feet first).
Emergency Procedures

* If inflatable beings to deflate or collapse, REMAIN CALM and direct everyone outside of the inflatable as soon as possible.
* If someone is trapped inside of a collapsed inflatable you must REMAIN CALM, direct someone to re-inflate the product while helping the person out of the product at the same time.mailto:NorthCountyJumpers@gmail.comshapeimage_2_link_0

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