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Your Safety is Our Priority

Yes. You bet! Despite the game being called "Laser Tag" there are actually NO LASERS. Playing laser tag is perfectly safe. And it's thrilling & fun! Better still, because there are no paintball pellets or gel blaster ammo, players do not need protective wear like goggles. Instead, the equipment emits an infrared beam, just like your TV remote. The beam is invisible and completely eye-safe.
A: Can Laser Tag actually hurt you? Nope. Laser Tag games are safe. The beam is just light. Invisible light, but light none-the-less. The type of light is infrared. Similar to the beam you use to change the channel with a TV remote. 

"LASER" stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. There are different classes of laser light.

But "laser Tag" actually just usues infrared (like your TV remote) not lasers. So there is nothing to worry about.

Our Laser Taggers do not use real lasers, rather the units emit an invisible and harmless infrared beam. Just like a TV remote control - but bigger! So unlike paintball or gel-blasters, there is no need for safety goggles.


Public Liability Insurance 

Our organisation carries public liability insurance, here's our Certificate of Currency. Now with $20 million coverage. This insurance covers events that our staff run. If you are planning a school fete or village fair, then you will need to source a liability insurance policy for yourself.

We use laser tag equipment built by Battlefield Sports, each comes with its own Safety Certificate and the system has CE & FCC certification.

Risk-Assessment Report

Of course, where you choose to set up to play, e.g. around your backyard or campus, it is important to you to check for, and if necessary, remove any tripping hazards or safety risks.

Read our Risk Assessment Pro-Forma, click here for the Risk Assessment.


Or download our special Education Department Risk Assessment Pro-Forma, and click here for the Dept Education Risk Assessment.


Laser tag games can be a strenuous activity, physical exertion may be required.

The possibility of injury to yourself and others does exist.

Games can be dangerous if safety measures are ignored so we recommend that the play is supervised by a parent or carer.

We recommend all players wear covered shoes, such as runners or boots.

For more safety information, download the Safety Report.

laser tag at your place

 

Inflatables Safety

Safety for our rental inflatables is essential.

Each inflatable shape is inflated using an air-blower. Then the inflatable shape is sealed with a bung. Or it has a one-way valve. Unlike a jumping castle, these inflatables are not "continuous blower".

Further, we do not provide tent pegs or use tie-downs as these can be a tripping hazard.

inflatable safety

 

Healthy Hygiene

Coronavirus / COVID-19 Precautions


Laser Tag is a non-contact sport, so players are at least 1.5m apart.

Playing in your backyard, rather than a mass indoor gathering, means you play with just the people you know.

We are open during the pandemic, with extra precautions.

Here is a sample covid safe policy.

This is our COVID-SAFE Policy for Events/Incursions

This is our COVID Plan for rentals.


healthy hygiene

 

 

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