Protecting Young Minds

Annual Playground Inspections

Annual Playground Safety Audit
Make sure your playground is safe. It’s not just a compliance obligation but a moral obligation. Ensure every New Zealand child can play risk free from harm.

Playground Compliant Safety Audit

Getting an annual Playground Compliant safety audit check to ensure anyone playing on the structure is safe and that your obligations under the Health & Safety Act are met.

Why can you bet on a Betta report?

  • It’s NZS:5828:2015 Compliant
  • Completed by a qualified – RPII (Register of Play Inspectors International) Inspector
  • Payments can be split quarterly for budgeting restraints (particularly Schools and ECU’s)
  • Full PI and PL Insurance
  • Police Vetted Inspectors
  • Certificate Issued on completion
  • Locally based
  • Written with complete independence
  • Provide photographic evidence of any defects or issues noted
  • Written in plain English, with limited building jargon
  • Provide a direction forward for the caretaker or officer in control of the playground.

For independent advice, please call us on 0800 422 386 or book your inspection online.

What is an Annual Playground Inspection?

An annual play inspection provides a comprehensive audit check of your playground equipment. It is completed by a certified RPII inspector and ensures that you are meeting your obligations under the Health & Safety Act. Your inspector will document structural issues, worn and broken components, non-compliance areas and safety hazards in a formal written document

Are you a PCBU?

School boards, caretakers, restaurant owners, councils, churches and many other custodians of playgrounds are considered PCBUs, therefore, have an obligation as far as reasonably practicable to ensure the safety & compliance of their playgrounds. NZS5828:2015 document that annual playground inspections are to be undertaken annually and should only be done by a competent person.

The inspection report includes:

  • NZS5828:2015 compliant assessment
  • Photos, risk assessment & recommendations
  • General health & safety hazards
  • Wear & tear/part damage identification
  • Structural stability evaluation
  • Free consultation with a playground maintenance provider