Safety at rush
- Risks of trampolining
- Before your jump session
- Forbidden in the park
- How to jump safely?
Risks of trampolining
Jumping on a trampoline can be dangerous. It includes physical risks such as abrasions, bruises, bone fractures and even death as a result of heavy impacts to the head. Understanding and following safety instructions reduce these risks. This way everyone can perform the activities safely.
Weight limit in the trampoline park is 110 KG (243 lbs.)
Before your jump session
- Put on your RUSH trampoline socks for safety and hygienic purposes.
- Watch the mandatory three-minute-long safety video at the waiting area.
- Start your jumping calmly and let your body warm up reducing risk of injury.
- ATTENTION – If you have pre-existing injuries such as ankle, knee or back injuries be very careful and talk with the staff in necessary.
Forbidden in the park
- Running and playing tag
- Interfering with other peoples’ bouncing or being on the same trampoline as another person.
- Jumping head first anywhere in the park.
- Taking sharp objects, food or beverages (other than water) to the trampoline area.
- Being intoxicated or under the influence of illegal substances. Bringing these substances to the facility is forbidden.
- Laying on the trampolines
- Climbing on top of or hanging from the trampoline walls.
AFTER YOUR JUMP SESSION you must exit the trampoline area. The number of people on the trampoline area is limited for safety purposes. If you are at the trampoline area outside of your dedicated time you are responsible for possible damages caused to yourself or other jumpers.
How to jump safely?
- Jump according to your skill level. STAY IN CONTROL! Always practice flips and other acrobatics in to the foam pit first.
- When exhausted – remember to rest and hydrate. Jumping while tired increases the risk of injury greatly.
- Only one person at a time on a trampoline. Do not go to another person’s trampoline.
- Always land on both feet.
- NEVER jump head first to any part of a trampoline, foam pit of air bag.
- Watch out for the padding between trampolines. There are metal trampoline frames under the pads.
- Read activity specific instructions and restrictions for example at Wipeout, Laser Maze and Stunt Jump.
- Recognize your capabilities at more demanding activities such as Stunt Jump and the more powerful Airwalk and large trampolines.
Rush can film in the park for marketing and communication purposes. Notify the staff beforehand by email if you do not wish to be shown in our material.
Rush staff takes care of safety and performs necessary procedures in the case of emergency. Each jumper takes care of their own appropriate accident insurance and possible medical expenses in case of injury as in normal sporting activites.
Neglecting Rush safety instructions or Rush staff can lead to removal from the park without a refund. Repeated neglect of safety instructions can lead to an entry ban to the park.
Rush staff has the right to check customers’ identities at the park.
If you bring children to the park, you have pre-existing injuries, you are pregnant or you are part of a particular risk group, read the extra notes below.
0-8 year olds at Rush
- 0-8 -Year-olds must have a guardian present at the park. The guardian can purchase an entry ticket for themselves or observe the child from our cafeteria.
- 0-6 -Year-olds must a guardian with them at the trampoline area. The guardian must buy an entry ticket for themselves and Rush trampoline socks for the park.
- Please go through the safety instructions with your child and watch the safety video together.
My state of health
- I have no pre-existing physical or psychological injuries or limitations which limit me from participating in the activities provided. These include for example neck-, back-, musculo-skeletal and heart conditions.
- I understand the limitations of my state of health and will inform the staff of them if I suspect they might involve a risk while visiting the park.
Trampolining while pregnant
- During the first trimester each pregnant person can jump under their own responsibility. No specific health risk with trampolining is involved.
- After the first trimester trampolining is not recommended for the risk of impacts to the stomach, weakening of balance and the ability to control muscles. Dealing with injuries is also more difficult during pregnancy.
IF you have any of the previously mentioned conditions or limitations that you think might hinder with trampolining, please discuss them with the staff before entering the trampoline area.