In addition to the large UniPlay unit, there is a UniMini unit with a castle theme for the very young and a real-looking, two-metre high climbing rock.
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This recently completed play area in Brentwood, UK, has been designed with inclusion high on the agenda. The playground has a fully accessible path and includes a broad range of imaginative and inclusive play opportunities for children of all abilities.
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Due to its inclusive features, this play area has been accredited with a Bronze award by PiPA (Play Inclusive Play Areas).
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Inspection and maintenance guidelines for sports and fitness equipment supplied by HAGS
Adult fitness equipment
These products are intended for use by Youths and Adults and should be positioned to ensure they are NOT confused as ‘Children’s Playground Equipment’.
For further information on requirements for products of this type please refer to EN 16630 – Permanently Installed Outdoor Fitness Equipment’.
EN 16630 requires products to have appropriate labels and facility signage to ensure users fully understand their intended use and provide necessary warnings.
HAGS Multi-Sports Equipment
These products are not intended to be used by very young children and should be positioned to ensure they are not confused as ‘Children’s Playground Equipment’.
For further information on requirements for products of this type please refer to EN 15312 - Free Access Multi-sports Equipment.
EN 15312 requires facilities to have appropriate signage to ensure users fully understand their intended use and provide necessary warnings.