The Amusement Device Safety Council (ADSC) is the policy setting body for ADIPS and the focal point for industry related safety matters.
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Our vision is to self-govern a fit for purpose safety framework for the fairground and amusement park industry
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To promote and improve fairground and amusement park safety through rules and procedures relating to the inspection of amusement devices via a scheme supervised by the ADSC, formed from representatives of each of the following associations. BACTA, BALPPA, SGGB, NAFLIC, SIRPS, ALES, ACES and the AIS, which associations might change from time to time as agreed by the ADSC.
To administer and manage (through ADIPS Ltd.) the Amusement Device Inspection Procedures Scheme (ADIPS); the ADSC agreed scheme for the inspection of amusement devices to include registration and auditing of Registered Inspection Bodies registered with ADIPS and to address complaints against members and Registered Inspection Bodies in accordance with standing orders from time to time.
To encourage, promote and develop safe practice within the fairground and amusement park industry throughout the UK.
To provide appropriate guidance and training for Registered Inspection Bodies and those in the fairground and amusement park industry
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Collaboration – Listens, cooperates and shares across the industry
Integrity – Acts in all endeavours with an ethical, open, honest approach, and in a professional manner
Best Practice – Proactively explores policy and guidance opportunities to enhance self-governance and better serve the industry
Accountability – Take ownership of, and responsibility for actions, risks and results, and uses outcomes as learning opportunities to continuously improve
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The ADSC comprises all major industry Trade Associations.
There is also representation from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Local Authority Event Organisers Group (LAEOG)
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