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IMPORTANT CONSUMER HAZARD NOTICE

PLEASE KEEP THIS INFORMATION FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

REMEMBER, no matting or equipment can completely eliminate the possibility of injuries.

Read this document and all other accompanying product documentation thoroughly before installing, using or permitting use of this equipment. Require all persons intending to use this equipment, as well as those instructing or coaching users, assisting users and/or spotting users to read this document thoroughly before you authorize equipment to be utilized for any purpose.

 

WARNING

A possibility of serious injury, including paralysis or death, is inherent in any activity involving motion or height. Equipment with which this notice is included is intended for use only by properly trained, qualified persons under supervised conditions. Use without proper supervision is dangerous and should not be undertaken or permitted. Know your limitations as well as the limitations of your equipment. Consult a qualified instructor before attempting any new activity or skill. This equipment must be used with proper mats, spotting equipment and qualified spotters for each activity or skill. Use this equipment only for its intended purpose. Do not modify equipment in any way. Inspect each component for damage, loose fittings or signs of wear before each use. Do not use if you have any concern as to the condition of this equipment. Test unit for stability prior to each use. Do not use if you have any concern about the stability, condition or suitability of this equipment. Inspect warning labels and replace when marred or damaged. Before each subsequent use, re-check equipment stability and settings.

Do not attempt to repair damaged or worn equipment/components yourself. Contact the manufacturer to arrange for proper repair or replacement by a qualified professional.

If you have questions regarding this notification or do not completely understand any part of it, contact the manufacturer immediately. Do not use or permit use of this equipment until all such issues are resolved. Manufacturer shall not be liable or responsible for personal injury or property damage incurred through use or misuse of this equipment.

EQUIPMENT & COVER CLEANLINESS

Equipment and mats require frequent cleaning to maintain hygiene. A variety of products can be used, including our brand of Vinyl Cleaner & Disinfectant. For matting or equipment that has been exposed to bodily fluids or has been completely saturated with water or other liquid, we recommend proper disposal and replacement. No cleaning methods can completely remove bodily fluid borne pathogens or mold and mildew from exposure to liquids. Continuing to use equipment after these types of exposures is hazardous.

THIS IS NOT A TOY!

This equipment is not a toy and is not designed or intended to be used for play. This product is solely intended for exercise and/or training under the supervision of a qualified instructor. This equipment is not a child care article and may not be used for sleeping, feeding, sucking, teething or any other purposes, without exception.

WARRANTY

Equipment sold is warrantied for a period of 1 year from the date of invoice against faulty manufacturing or defects in materials for mats and padding. The seller’s sole obligation under this warranty shall be to repair at its option or replace at its expense, any defective part or parts. Material claimed defective must be returned PREPAID to us for examination. Breakage caused by extreme usage will not be covered as it does not constitute defective material or faulty workmanship.

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING

California consumers please note, products included with this order may require a California Prop 65 Warning. These warnings are attached to the outside packaging of all our shipments within California. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the manufacturer.

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Revise 2/27/22

 

FLOOR OBSTACLE EQUIPMENT WARNING

THIS PRODUCT IS NOT A TOY. SOMERSAULTS, FLIPS, DIVE ROLLS AND SIMILAR ACTIVITIES SHOULD NEVER BE ATTEMPTED NOR PERMITTED.

IMPORTANT! MAKE SURE OBSTACLES ARE SECURELY ATTACHED TO FLOOR

Obstacles are designed to be securely attached to carpet bonded foam or other carpet surfaces that accept hook-type fastener. NEVER use on floors that do not accept hook-type fasteners. NOTE: Hook-type fastener can gather thread and other debris that prevents secure attachment. Check and clean all fastener connections prior to each use. Old worn carpet will not attach to hook fastener as well as new carpet bonded foam.

This product requires sufficient supplemental matting to adequately protect users. All adjacent surfaces must be properly padded.

Use ONLY on carpet bonded foam floor. After placement—but before use—check each obstacle by grasping and lifting it upwards. When correctly installed, obstacles are not easily detached.

Prior to any re-use, check each obstacle again to ensure it remains securely fastened to carpeted surface.

Remove and properly store all obstacles when session ends or course is not in use to prevent unauthorized access.

This product is intended for use by children--aged 7 through 12 years old, weighing 100 lbs or less (regardless of age)--under direct supervision of a trained qualified adult instructor.

FOLLOW A PROGRESSIVE LEARNING PATTERN, ASSURE BASIC SKILLS ARE MASTERED BEFORE TRAINING ADVANCED SKILLS.

Instructor must be fully aware of each user's individual abilities, limits and skill levels to ensure program activities never exceed any single participant's capabilities. With that in mind, activities should be carefully managed, beginning with those requiring only the most basic skills gradually progressing to more advanced levels only when user becomes fully capable of moving forward.

Instructor should introduce users to obstacle configuration by guiding each of them—one at a time—through the course in a single direction from start to finish. This enables instructor to assess participants and assist in user orientation.

Distances between obstacles must correspond to user size and ability.

Instructor must direct users to target center of obstacles. Obstacle centers provide the most sturdy and stable landing zones to minimize "tipping."

We strongly recommend that participants run the obstacle course in dry bare feet for optimal footing and balance.

Obstacle surfaces should be regularly cleaned and disinfected. Manufacturer recommends using a dilute solution of a Vinyl Cleaner & Disinfectant. Make sure it’s an effective germicidal, fungicidal, and virucidal agent that works on hard,

nonporous surfaces. Manufacturer suggests consulting with your insurer before initiating an obstacle course program.

Revise 2/3/22