High-Frequency Playground Inspections

A worn, rusty S-hook at the top of a swing gives way, and a child tumbles to the ground. Another child falls from a climber onto a surface where mulch hasn’t been replenished in more than a year. Still another child happily playing with friends slips on the playground and is cut on broken glass. These types of accidents can easily be prevented if maintenance folks practice high-frequency playground inspections. These routine inspections take a minimal amount of time, and …

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