Playground Compliance

Swings, sandboxes and slides–once upon a time, these were the usual suspects in park playgrounds everywhere. In fact, without them, it wasn’t really considered a playground. But times have changed. Today’s playgrounds are expected to be accessible and safe, and to engage a child’s imagination and senses, according to Kirsten Rimes of O’Boyle, Cowell, Blalock and Associates Inc., in Kalamazoo, Mich. Rimes, a Certified Playground Safety Inspector as well as a licensed landscape architect (and a parent of playground users …

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