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Each year CUI completes hundreds of Annual Professional Inspections of Adventure Facilities across Canada. Our Inspection Services are accredited by the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) and our inspectors are certified by the ACCT as Qualified Inspectors. Inspections are completed using the most recent edition of the ANSI/ACCT 03-2019 Standards.

CUI will inspect all components of your Adventure Facility including the Life Safety Equipment. A detailed report outlining the status of your facility, life safety equipment and recommendations for required and future maintenance is provided upon completion of the inspeciton.

Additionally for clients in Ontario and British Columbia, CUI provides Zip Line Mechanic Services.


A critical component of any risk management system for all Adventure Facilities is to ensure a system of inspections is in place to ensure that all aspects of the facility are in good working order, ready for client use. CUI Categorizes these inspections into four levels.

  1. Acceptance Inspection. Upon completion of any new course installation, new element or a major modification of a pre-existing element, CUI provides clients with an Acceptance Inspection that meets the requirements of ANSI/ACCT 03-2019 Standard B.1.1. This inspection document can be used by the site and by future qualified inspectors as a bench mark to gauge damage, deformity, degradation and decay against. The standard B.1.1 states; “An acceptance inspection shall be completed prior to commissioning a new element or course or a major modification of a pre-existing element. This inspection is to be performed by the installer or a qualified third party. An acceptance inspection may include testing of system(s) prior to commissioning and the creation of a deficiencies list. The test shall be defined in advance and the expected results shall be quantified prior to the test.”
  2. Pre-use Inspection. These inspections are done, in advance of a facility being used, by trained staff to ensure that the life safety equipment and course is in good working order.
  3. Periodic Inspection. Is a more thorough inspection of the adventure facility including but not limited to an aerial inspection of components of life safety systems; operational review; and documentation review. The ANSI/ACCT 03-2019 Standard B.1.3. states “The organization shall implement and document an ongoing system of monitoring all components at an interval specified by the designer, manufacturer, or other qualified person.”
  4. Annual Inspection. The ANSI/ACCT 03-2019 Standard B.1.2. defines this as “a detailed inspection by a qualified person and is required at an interval specified by the designer, manufacturer, or other qualified person. At a minimum this inspection shall be done annually.”

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