In the interest of public playground safety, the International Playground Equipment Manufacturers Association (IPEMA) provides a Third Party Certification Service whereby a designated independent laboratory validates a playground company’s certification of conformance to ASTM standards. The use of the corresponding logo indicates that TotTurf has received written validation from the independent laboratory that the product(s) associated with the use of the logo conforms to the requirements of the indicated standard. Check the IPEMA website, www.ipema.org, to confirm product validation.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is an independent agency within the United States federal Government with the authority to inform the public of current product safety performance information and recommend practices. The CPSC first published their guidelines for public playgrounds in 1981 and have updated their publication several times since then. The current CPSC Handbook for Public Playground Safety, publication #325, is an excellent guide for owners and operators of public play environments.
Our General Services Administration contract helps simplify the procurement process for federal agencies interested in TotTurf’s products.
National IPA is redefining the future of cooperative purchasing. The cooperative purchasing organization is dedicated to serving public agencies and educational institutions nationwide. All cooperative agreements have been competitively solicited and publicly awarded by a public agency/governmental entity.
For more information please visit www.nationalipa.org.
Robertson Recreational Surfaces is an authorized dealer of Sports Surface Specialties product and services (Contract # R160224)
ASTM International is an independent and world renowned developer of technical standards utilized in testing a multitude of products.
California Park & Recreation Society created a statewide branding campaign to be used by local park and recreation agencies. The goal of the Parks Make Life Better!® branding campaign is to raise awareness of the benefits of parks and recreation throughout California and to raise the status of parks and recreation as an essential community service.