Health and Safety

Here at Air-We-Go, safety is our number 1 priority.

That's why when you hire from us you can be sure you are hiring safe, tested, commercial compliant equipment and the very best in the inflatable hire market. All the equipment we hire has been designed, manufactured and maintained to the highest standards and of top commercial hire quality.

All our inflatable are designed and built to BS EN 14960-13 (The European Standard regarding inflatable manufacture, design and operation) and checked annually by RPII registered inspectors, as well as periodically by our staff.

We hold £5 million public liability insurance (to the standard industry 1 million public liability) We also PAT electrical test all our electrical equipment too .We are able to provide copies of inflatable insurance certificates, copies of hire agreements and conditions as well as risk assessments for most of our hire products all below.

We are also active members of TIPE - The Inflatable Play Enterprise, BIHA - British Inflatable Hirers Alliance, BCN - Bouncy Castle Network among others so when booking with us you really are in the safest of hands.View Health and Safety Information


RPII- (Register of Play Inspectors International) provides accreditation and training to the competence level required by the PIPA scheme. By using an RPII inflatable inspector and testing to RPII standard the inflatables Air-We-Go use have therefore been inspected and tested to comply fully to BSEN 14960:2013 and to the gold standard by the UK Health and Safety Executive.

HSE - UK Health and Safety Executive

BSEN - British Standard European Norm - meaning a UK and European Law

BSEN 14960:2013 - is the European Standard covering the UK for inflatable design, operation and management,

PIPA - Pertexa Inflatable Play Accreditation (PIPA) scheme - The only inflatable testing scheme supported by the Health and Safety Executive and now warranted by many councils and government departments.

Anchorage - Bouncy castles by law require to be anchored down with at least 163kg of weight on each anchor point. Small bouncy castles have a minimum of 6 anchor points meaning a small castle requires 978kg of weight. On grass this is easily obtained by knocking large pegs into the ground. However obviously this cannot be done on hard standing. The only way to achieve this is by using sand bags however this is not viable to carry almost 1 tonne of weight per castle. Instead we drill 6 x 10mm holes and bolt the castle into the ground.


Bouncy Castle Terms of Hire - Click to view

Bouncy Castle Safety Cartoons - Click to View

Sumo Suits Terms of Hire - Click to View


Bouncy Castle Risk Assessment - Click to View

Inflatable Slide Risk Assessment - Click to View

Inflatable Gladiator Risk Assessment - Click to View

Sumo Suits Risk Assessment - Click


Insurance Documents - Click to view - Part 1

Insurance Documents - Click to view - Part 2