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It is TIME to Make the Aerial Adventure Industry SAFER!

Posted by aapsadmin on August 29, 2016

IMG_0395.jpgThe tragedy last week in Delaware has brought safety of zip line and aerial adventure to the forefront.  With adventure and any activity multiple inherent risk are involved.  We provide a safety system that minimizes those inherent risk.

In a statement released to the Adventure Park Insider, the preliminary findings conclude that the participant disconnected herself from the safety system while standing on a platform.  While, there were no equipment failures noted in the transfer type safety system, the dynamic of the transfer system affords the participant the ability to transfer, connect and reconnect themselves on the course.  This definitely begs the question how could it be safer?

One of the answers to the question would lie in the ability for the participant to stay connected to the safety system through the entire course with NO WAY to disconnect themselves until their feet are firmly planted in a safe area at a designated entry/exit point.  In the case of an emergency, our tour guides have proper training to SAFELY lower the participant to the ground. We have achieved this safer measure with our patented continuous belay system and double lanyard system.  Once the participant is connected with an automatic double lanyard to our patented continuous belay system, accidental and purposeful disconnects are impossible. 

Aside from our PHENOMENAL safety record, another benefit to our system is the versatility and cost effectiveness.  We can (or you can) retrofit ANY COURSE, ANY SIZE in very cost effective way!.  While you can’t really put a dollar sign on safety, we definitely make safety affordable for your adventure course.

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The Team

mike sr edit.jpgMike Holder 

Mike currently serves as the qualification inspector for AAPS, and serves on the inspector certification committee for ACCT. He is the authority in North America for zip line tours and high speed zip lines.

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Patrick100x100.jpgPatrick Avery

Patrick's background includes over 5 years in park systems management.

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Michael Holder Edit.jpgMichael Holder

Michael's experience includes 10 years in park systems maintenance.

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Tim's experience includes more than 4 years in adventure park construction, maintenance and inspections.

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