Annual Indoor Inspector
Covering a wide range of indoor play safety issues, this inspection looks at vandalism, minor and major wear, long-term structural problems, changes in Standards compliance, design practices, risk assessments etc.
Annual Indoor inspections should be carried out by a specialist who has no affiliation with the facility operator or manager, ensuring that the subsequent written report is entirely independent.
If you are interested in becoming a RPII Annual Indoor Inspector you can download our information pack below. To be eligible, you should already have a good working knowledge of indoor playground inspections.
Candidates should also own copies and have a good working knowledge of BS EN 1176, BS EN 1177 and BS 8409 and should be able to demonstrate an understanding of how children use play facilities. Candidates are also required to own and demonstrate competent use of playground inspection probes.
The Annual Indoor Play Inspection examination certifies the competence of individuals carrying out Annual and Post Installation Inspections. For more information regarding the accreditation process, please feel free to browse the links below.