The RPII examines, accredits and certificates individual play area inspectors

Our remit is to promote the safety of children through the use of accredited inspectors who have been trained to carry out a safe and appropriate inspection for the required level of inspection.

We provide the industry recognised standard of training to ensure that our inspectors are competent to carry out this specialised work. We also provide ongoing CPD and keep our members updated with industry changes.

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Latest News

26 May : Bouncy castle safety warning as 1.5 million due to be inflated next week for private parties

10 million adults in England planning garden party this half-term

14 November : Playground usage surges during second lockdown

One in 3 parents and carers visited a playground with their children last weekend

7 Aug : Tower Hamlets council charged over girl killed by rotting swing.

A council has been charged with health and safety breaches over the death of a five-year-old girl in a playground and faces a potential £2 million legal bill, the Standard has learned.

4 July : RPII Media Statement on Playgrounds Re-opening

The RPII is delighted that the government have said that playgrounds and outdoor gyms can open from the 4th July, however they are today issuing important advice to parents and carers planning on visiting outdoor playgrounds with their children.

The RPII is the official body for examining, accrediting and certificating indoor, outdoor and inflatable play inspectors.

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