Inspection of Ropes Courses, Adventure Parks and Ziplines


The inspection is a technical review of the installation. It is performed by a competent technician who reviews the installation as a whole and the operation and condition of each of its components to ensure user safety and compliance with the relevant standards. As a result, a declaration of conformity and a certificate is issued.

Upon hiring the inspection, the inspector becomes your consultant to offer solutions and technical advice.

LIGNIS inspects ropes courses, adventure parks, ziplines and climbing walls.

We perform periodical (annual) inspections according to EN 15567-1:2015 and 2007 and PPE inspections according to EN 15567-2:2015 – both mandatory according to EN 15567. We are a type C inspection body and we take care and respect the impartiality and independence of the inspector marked by UNE-EN ISO / IEC 17020:2012.

LIGNIS inspectores are certified by IAPA (International Adventure Park Association) and ERCA (European Ropes Course Association), two of the leading associations in this industry. We are also member of both associations.

Our inspections are carried out in compliance with current legislation on work at heights and using PPE in accordance with the PPE directive 89/686/EEC.

Our inspections and corresponding certifications involve coverage by our liability insurance and our technical assistance for possible improvements.

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Our experience, training and qualifications allows us to inspect your installation and thus ensure its safety and proper operation.

We rely on the experience gained in inspections carried out in facilities in Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Finland. In addition, LIGNIS has participated in several construction projects to build ropes courses, adventure parks, zip lines and climbing walls throughout the last 12 years. In these projects we have contributed our knowledge in each of the different phases: design, structural calculation, engineering project, construction management and assembly work.

LIGNIS, counts with a civil engineer on board, as well as the following specific training for inspections:

– Rope access techniques – IRATA Level 1 (IRATA certified).

PPE inspection for ropes courses and adventure parks according to EN 15567-2:2015 certified by ERCA.

Wire rope inspections according to ISO 4309 certified by ERCA.

– Inspections of wooden poles certified by ERCA.

– Operational inspections according to EN 15567-1 and 2: 2015 certified by Vertex Instructor Training Ltd. and Capstone Inspections Ltd. (United Kingdom).

– Specific course for periodical inspections according to EN 15567-1:2015 carried out by Technical Outdoor Solutions (UK) and Ropes Course Solutions (NL).

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