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Since the 1970s, the playground has been a battlefield for this epic conflict: the best ideas of public health and safety engineering against the entropic impulses of children themselves. Parks and schools – driven by worries about injury and concerns about maintenance – have aggressively purged playgrounds of danger, and of life.
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This innovation allows the use of a braking system together with a continuous system without any disassemble. The zip line can be integrated directly on the continuous course. SafeStop is continuous gripper for zip line brake. This innovation allows the use of a braking system together with a continuous safety line...

Here’s the tool you have been waiting for. Today marks a new phase in the move to a more balanced, thoughtful approach to risk management risk in children’s play and learning, with the launch of a short, easy-to-use assessment tool.
The risk benefit assessment (RBA) form for the first time gives councils, schools and others an authoritative, practical...
Fear, you would think, is a negative experience, to be avoided whenever possible. Yet, as everyone who has a child or once was one knows, children love to play in risky ways—ways that combine the joy of freedom with just the right measure of fear to produce the exhilarating blend known as thrill.  Children are highly motivated to play in risky ways, but...
Children would rather be playing outdoors than watching television, but parents' concerns keep them indoors, a survey suggests. 
"Parents and carers feel that it's beneficial for children to take risks when playing, but remain risk-averse in providing them with the freedom and scope to embark on play that helps them make independent judgments...