Ⅰ. Introduction of water park equipment
The development of technology and changes in consumer groups will cause changes in the water park industry. Water park equipment serves as a hardware guarantee for water park operations. New product development or original product upgrades have become an inevitable development trend. For a period of time in the future, the water park equipment will be upgraded in terms of types, sports methods, themes, technological experience, audio-visual experience, etc., to provide tourists with a more extreme experience.
Ⅱ. How to prevent the danger of water park equipment?
1. The management unit of water park equipment should be equipped with sufficient life-saving personnel and life-saving equipment for water amusement park equipment, and high-level guard posts should be set up in facilities with wide water surface that are not easy to observe. Life-saving personnel should be uniformly dressed and easily identifiable, and should be equipped with corresponding contact equipment, communication equipment and life-saving tools.
2. The management unit of the water park equipment should set up eye-catching tourist instructions and warning signs on the appropriate parts of the equipment or facilities. When the water park equipment exceeds the predetermined position during operation, it may be dangerous, the limit control and limit position control device shall be used, and the control device shall be safe and reliable.
3. The management unit of water park installations should select amusement facilities and equipment that meet the requirements of safety technical specifications. The amusement equipment should be registered with the local municipal special equipment safety supervision and management department within 30 days after being put into use, and should establish amusement facilities technical files.
4. The water park equipment must undergo necessary inspections before daily operation, and can be officially operated after inspection without problems and trial operation. Operation records should also be made.
5. Water park equipment should undergo a more comprehensive inspection and maintenance every six months, and the inspection, maintenance content and treatment results should be recorded and archived. For the hazardous chemicals used, special personnel should be set up to take care of them, and corresponding warning signs should be set up.
6. The operators of large-scale water park equipment and their related management personnel shall be qualified by the special equipment safety supervision and management department in accordance with the relevant national regulations and obtain the national uniform format special operator certificate before they can engage in it.