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ASTM

100 Barr Harbor Dr. West Conshohocken, PA 19428 2959

ASTM Playground safety guidelines.

Safety Awareness on Playgrounds, Playground Equipment Handbook, playground injury, playground burns,general guidelines for new and existing playgrounds

CSA

5060 Spectrum Way Mississauga, L4W 5N6

Canadian Playground Standards Association

International Play Equipment Manufacturers Association

2207 Forest Hills Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17112

IPEMA, the International Playground Equipment Manufacturers Association provides 3rd party Product Certification services for U.S. and Canadian public play equipment and public play surfacing materials in the U.S. We service IPEMA-certified member companies, affiliated playground industry groups and anyone with an interest in playground equipment regulations.

International Playground Contractors Association

2207 Forest Hills Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17112

A worldwide partnership formed to contribute to the advancement of the playground building industry by promoting playground installation as a legitimate contracting profession within the playground industry.

KaBOOM!

4455 Connecticut Ave. NW. #B100 Washington, DC 20008

KaBOOM! attempts to do what we know is so important and that is to provide spaces and playgrounds in neighborhoods around the U.S., particularly very tough difficult neighborhoods where they haven’t had a playground for many years because of violence

National Center on Accessibility

501 N. Morton St., #109 Martinsville, IN, 47404-3732

The National Center on Accessibility provides training, research and technical assistance on the methods to successfully include people with disabilities in parks, recreation and tourism.

The National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute is dedicated to being the recognized leader and advocate for advancing and disseminating the latest research and evidence-based education, recommendations and policy to enhance the experience, development, health and safety of our youth in sports. “Making Youth Sports a Public Health Solution” (SM)

Playground Builders Foundation

8526 Buckhorn Drive Whistler, BC, V0N 1B8

Playground Builders creates safe spaces where kids can be kids, communities can feel empowered and new possibilities can find a strong foundation. And, our playgrounds are built, installed and maintained by local people in the communities the playgrounds serve.

No matter who or where you are, with the right tools and resources you can create an amazing playground for the children in your community.

Shanes Inspirations

15213 Burbank Boulevard Sherman Oaks, CA 91411

The mission of Shane’s Inspiration is to create Universally Accessible Playgrounds and programs that integrate children of all abilities socially, physically and emotionally, fostering acceptance, friendship and understanding.

The National Program for Playground Safety

University of Northern Iowa, Human Performance Center 103 Cedar Falls, IA 50614 0618

NPPS is the leader in research, training, and development of S.A.F.E. play areas! NPPS’ mission is to help the public create safe and developmentally appropriate playground environments for children.