Bounce House Safety Checklist

Out of gasIn June 2013 three children were injured when an inflatable device collapsed on them while they were jumping inside. Why did the bounce house collapse? The generator running the bounce house blower ran out of gas. This could have been easily avoided by checking the gas in the generator before it was dropped off at the party.

Do you have a safety check list that you run through every day? If not, first of all you need to make one. If you already have one, great! Make sure that you add “check generator gas” to your bounce house safety checklist if you use a generator to power your bounce house blowers.

You can read the full news article here: http://bit.ly/11uW7RK

Important Item to add to your Safety Checklist

Out of Gas

On June 5th, 2013 the South Jersey local news reported that three children were injured when an inflatable bounce house collapsed on top of them. The reason for the collapse? The generator running the bounce house blower ran out of gas. This could have been easily avoided if the inflatable rental company had checked the gas prior to dropping of the device…make sure you add it to your safety checklist!

You can read the full article here: http://bit.ly/11uW7RK