9 Tips to Stay Safe at the Amusement Park This Summer
With summer vacation starting next month, Connecticut families and summer camps will be visiting some of the many amusement parks in our state and surrounding states. Amusement parks can pose the potential for Connecticut personal injury. The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions urges patrons to follow all posted notices before boarding a ride and follow doctors orders.
Use these nine safety tips on your next trip:
- Obey all height, weight, age and health restrictions posted.
- Follow all safety rules.
- Remain seated until the ride comes to a complete stop.
- Keep limbs inside the ride at all times.
- Follow the instruction of ride operators or recorded announcements.
- Use safety equipment provided properly. Do not attempt to loosen anything.
- For younger children, parents should be sure their children can understand the safety instructions.
- Do not force anyone to ride an attraction they are not comfortable riding.
- Report any unsafe behavior to amusement park staff and/or management.
The attorneys at McEnery Price Messey & Sullivan wish everyone a safe and fun time at the amusement park.