1. Check the playground for debris and sharp objects before allowing children to play on it.
Make sure to check for any potential hazards, such as nails or broken glass.
2. Make sure that the playground is properly secured.
This includes ensuring that all screws and bolts are tight and that there are no loose parts.
3. Ensure that there are no loose parts on the playground.
Loose parts can be dangerous if they fall on a child's head.
4. Make sure that the ground is even and safe to play on.
Uneven ground can cause kids to trip and fall.
5. Check for any potential hazards, such as open fire hydrants or electrical outlets.
Look out for anything that could potentially cause harm to a child.
6. Watch children closely while they are playing on the playground.
Supervise children at all times to ensure their safety.