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Court Summary - at a glance
It was reasonably practicable for the defendant to have:
- Ensured that inflatables comply with AS3533.4.1-2005 in particular by ensuring the climbing rope was secured at both ends;
- Ensured adequate and competent supervision of children when using Inflatable equipment.
The victim, a four year old child, used the equipment by climbing to the top of the slide. The child was caught in the rope by his neck.
The victim sustained rope burns and significant bruising to the neck.