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Playground safety ppt

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  • 1. First baptist church – child development center
    created by Samantha Dodson and Devyn Schwab
    Information based on:
    Handbook for Public Playground Safety
    Published by:
    U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • 2. About the Playground
    The Child Development Center is who runs the playground.
    Playground is geared towards ages 2-5.
    This is a private playground only used by First Baptist Church.
  • 3. Playground
    Pictures of
    the playground
  • 4. Aerial sketch of playground
    Aerial view
  • 5. Surfacing
    • medium gravel
    • 6. 5+ inches deep
  • Surfacing
    • foreign objects/debris
  • General hazards
    No points or edges
    No protrusions or projections
    No potential clothing entanglements
    Damaged protective caps
    Pinch points
    Tripping hazards
  • Deterioration of the Equipment
    securely anchored
    rust
    splinters
    broken protective barriers
    Good
    Bad
  • 8. Security of Hardware
    • worn fastening devices and swing hangers
  • Drainage
    • Water drains into playground
  • Leaded Paint
    no visible paint chip accumulation
    paint chipping, cracking, peeling
    Good
    Bad
  • 9. General Upkeep of Playgrounds
    • tree branches
    • 10. no trash receptacles
  • Accessibility to the Disable
    Play area itself, not accessible.
    Grass area – accessible.
  • 11. Large play area
    Equipment’s height safe
    Surfacing
    Drainage
    Lots of debris
    Equipment worn
    Strengths
    Weaknesses
  • 12. Suggestions for Improvement
    Level ground around play area.
    New seatbelt fasteners.
    Pick up foreign objects.
    Place trash cans outside.
    Drain water away from play area.
  • 13. Samantha Dodson and Devyn Schwab
    Thank you First Baptist!