It’s getting hotter, and summer vacation is coming again, so we take the kids to the playground for playing. Adults can have some rest and children can have fun. Today we’ve got a few notes on the indoor playground.
According to national regulations, indoor children’s playgrounds are not allowed to be opened in the basement or above the third floor. The mandatory standard is to allow children to evacuate immediately in case of fire and other dangerous situations.
But many stores don’t follow the rules when they submit building drawings to the fire department, and the department can’t determine exactly what the stores are for. Many of the malls were opened after they had been approved by the fire department.
Therefore, it is up to parents to judge whether the playground is in the right place to avoid the playground with fire hazards.
The mall’s air circulation is bad, and its air quality is poor, if the location of the playground is in a corner of the mall, if there are more children playing in the field, small space and poor air are difficult to be ensured.
Some playgrounds will put up reminders such as “Parents need to wear socks to enter” and “Baby please wear diapers to enter”, but my observation is that few playgrounds management will remind parents that they must wear socks to enter.
(1)The first choice of the amusement park is open and well-ventilated, and it is better to open with multiple entrances and exits, so as to avoid playing in the amusement places on the negative first floor or high floors.
(2) If the children are too crowded, try not to go.
(3) If the playground is not strict about whether adults and children wear socks, try not to go, hand, mouth and foot cross-infection, adult cross-infection and other hidden dangers cannot be avoided.
(4) Do not let the baby play with barefoot, they can wear socks or antiseptic socks because children tend to sweat and slip on the soles of the feet, it will be dangerous in climbing. Clean the baby’s hands before entering and after playing.
(5) The baby should change the diaper in advance because they may forget their physiological control, causing unnecessary embarrassment.
2. Prevent children from getting lost
Parents can put a parent’s contact card on the child, including the parents’ name, home address, contact number and put in the pocket of the baby clothes, if the baby is separated, it can let others help him find the parents as soon as possible.
3. Don’t let your child out of your sight
Please put down your mobile phone when playing indoors and keep your child in sight at all times. If parents need to go to the bathroom or leave for a long time, be sure to leave the venue with the child, do not let them out of sight or left to the staff.
4. Stay away from the crowd for fun
In the playground, the more people there are, the more equipment and items should be kept away. Children can play with other equipment first. This reduces the risk of trampling, tripping and squeezing children in one area.
5. Don’t chase
Large equipment, such as slides, ocean balls, and climbing frames, are the most dangerous during playing, but these are also the most interactive for children. Tell your baby, not to sprint, chase, or push. If you feel tired, take a break.
6. Stay away from moving devices when not participating
Some amusement parks have moving equipment, such as rotating equipment, swinging equipment, etc., when not playing, do not let their children getaway. The moving device requires range and speed. If the baby is not paid attention to, he may roll his feet or hit his legs, and throw the weight directly away or hit his head. So, before your baby enters the play area, parents need to emphasize and re-emphasize safety precautions.