An audit is generally only done once in the life of a playground after it is initially installed to verify compliance with CPSC and ASTM playground safety guidelines and identify serious and potentially life-threatening situations. Inspections are to check for hazards and test performance of the entire play area and evaluate the structural integrity of each piece of play equipment and its surfacing.
The frequency of performing inspections is based on how often the park or playground is used.
Inspection costs are based on the number of inspection sites.
Park Protector inspection software is sold on a subscription basis and is based on the number of park or playground locations within your district or parks department.
Park Protector inspection software is sold on a subscription basis and does not have a restriction on the number of user seats.
Subscriptions are renewed annually, so you can stop your subscription if you choose to.
Yes, your data and inspection records and reports can be exported.
Utilizing web-based technologies, our software is compatible across any current device; desktop, tablet, or mobile devices (Apple & Android).
Yes, please contact us for more information on these capabilities.
Playground Guardian has multiple CPSI (Certified Park Safety Inspectors) using the software daily, we can guide you through questions as they come up through email or webinars.
Yes. Devices are able to complete inspections in areas without connection and sync to the cloud when a connection is available.
If you already have a maintenance staff or people that manage your facilities and playgrounds, Playground Guardian offers the Park Protector app.