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Dusting Off the Truth
- it is now a requirement in New Hampshire for all bouncers to be licensed and inspected by the state fire marshal. The Bouncer at Sullivan Farm was not. The management of the farm claim that the inspection was "pending" but let us tell you that the bouncer company should be responsible for the licensing, not the customer! We have all of our inflatable amusements inspected sometimes up to 3 times a year and if it does not have a license, it does not get rented.
- The Bouncer company should have informed the farm on the safe operating limits of the bouncer. Meaning, everyone involved should know what the maximum wind speed that the bouncer can handle. Bouncehouses should not operate in winds exceeding 25 m.p.h. no matter where you are.
- Accountability is essential here, by blaming the customer (the farm) we are alleviating the responsibility of the bouncer rental company of ensuring a safe and operational product goes out to their customers. So share the accountability, the bouncer company is just as much to blame if not more for the bouncer incident at Sullivan Farm. Interestingly enough the name of the bouncer rental company is not mentioned in any news source.