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The International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) has announced the launch of a British Standards Institution Publically Available Standard (PAS), published for the first time last week here. The standards specification offers guidance for the construction of a fixed indoor trampoline park, as well as covering day-to-day park operating and maintenance requirements. 

The currently, unregulated industry has seen a great deal of press recently, and in particular a specific focus has been placed on foam pits, where a number of accidents have taken place in the last few weeks. This is one of the areas specifically addressed in the new PAS, with detailed guidance as to recommended heights of jump towers and how to construct a pit to avoid contact with the floor.

IATP members have been working with the BSI steering group involving the Royal Society...

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