Jungle Parc Safety

Jungle Parc have been building high wire adventure courses for over 10 years and we currently have sites in France, Spain and the UK. The main priority of Jungle Parc is to construct an exciting activity that is, most of all, safe.

All our courses are annualy inspected by Verti Alps Control, the European specialist for safety checks on ‘self belay’ recreational high ropes courses under EN15567 regulations for ropes courses.

First Aid & Trained Staff
All of our sites have 3 first aiders who are all annually trained for your safety. All our staff are professionally trained instructors and like nothing more than to dangle in the trees!

We have 4 safety procedures for rescue ranging from Code 1 - Participants just wanting to get down from the trees, to Code 4 - Emergency rescue for a participant in a dangerous situation (heart attack etc). Although we have luckily never had to use Code 4, we make sure all staff practice daily on all rescue techniques.

Insurance & Equipment
All our sites are fully covered by Public & Employee Liability Insurance by JLT Jardine Lloyd Thomson under the 'Adventure Activity Insurance Scheme'. (High Wire adventure activities currently do not fall under the AALA (Adventure Activities Licensing Authority) the specialist insurance for this type of activity is currently with the Adventure Activity Insurance Scheme).

View Employers Liability Certificate
Download Risk Assessment Form
View Certificate of Liability Cover

Limits of Liability are as follows:
Public Liability £5 million in any one occurrence.
Employers Liability £10 million in any one occurrence

All our equipment is supplied by BEAL & PETZL the leading manufacturer of climbing & harness equipment. They are all CE approved and checked on a daily basis by our staff. Sizes range from small to XXL (Weight limit is 20 stone). 


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