Statement of Risk
Jumping on the trampolines at Air Time Jump Centers is an activity that offers both fun and fitness for just about any age and ability. However, it is a physical activity and just like skiing, skateboarding, football, cheerleading, and many other sports type activities, jumping involves risk. People can and do get hurt. It is your responsibility to use the facilities in a safe manner, abide by the rules, follow instructions, and jump within your ability. Trying difficult tricks that are above your ability is dangerous and can result in serious injury. At Air Time we do everything we can to promote safety and provide a safe environment for all of our jumpers, however, the potential for serious accidents cannot be totally eliminated without sacrificing the qualities of the activity that make it so popular.
If you are not willing to accept the risks involved when jumping on a trampoline then we cannot allow you to jump. However, you are more than welcome to watch.
In order to be allowed on any Air Time equipment you must have a signed waiver on file, noting that you are aware of the risks involved and are willing to accept responsibility for potential injury.
– On your first visit you must either come in with a parent or guardian who must sign the waiver, or bring in a waiver completed by a parent or guardian. NOTE:
All spaces at the bottom of the waiver regarding the parent or guardian must be completed, including Drivers License Number.
– You must have a photo ID. On your first visit you will be required to have your picture taken and you must sign a waiver.
Waivers are good for one year. At the end of the year you will be required to sign and date a new waiver.
After your first visit we will be able to pull your records up by your name. If the picture on file matches and the waiver is signed and current, you will be allowed to jump.
Click here to view and download the waiver