Swing safety is a very complex issue

But the unlucky leaper loses her grip on the rope as she aims to swing to safety and clatters into the jagged rocks below.

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  • Swing safety is a very complex issue. There are three different types of swings, placement requirements, use zone requirements, requirements for the type of fasteners and suspending elements, and surfacing requirements that must all be taken into consideration.

    Swing safety is a very complex issue. There are three different types of swings, placement requirements, use zone requirements, requirements for the type of fasteners and suspending elements, and surfacing requirements that must all be taken into consideration.

  • Swing safety is an important issue in the field of playground safety. According to the NEISS database of May 2009, 22% of recorded injuries were associated with swings.

    Swing safety is an important issue in the field of playground safety. According to the NEISS database of May 2009, 22% of recorded injuries were associated with swings.

  • The swings are one of the most popular attractions on the playground. They give your child the thrill of speed and promote physical activity, too. Not all swings are safe, however. When they aren't properly installed or made from the right materials, they can pose an injury risk. Arm yourself with swing safety information so you can let your child enjoy herself on the playground without worrying that she'll get hurt.

Baby Swing Safety Guidelines to Protect Your Baby

Safety advisory: These swing safety mats should only be used when placed on top of a loose-fill resilient surfacing, like wood chips or engineered wood fiber carpeting. They do not meet playground safety requirements if they are just placed over a hard surfacing (e.g., concrete, blacktop).