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Our Qualifications

About JM Adventure

Our Qualifications

ERCA Standard

European Ropes Course Association

Aside from JM Adventure having more than a decade of ropes course design and construction knowledge, all our courses are built to the European Ropes Course Association (ERCA) standard and are independently assessed to make sure they comply.

Visit the ERCA Website to find out why this standard is so important to us.

CHAS Accreditation


The Contractors Health & Safety Scheme (CHAS) is a health and safety pre-qualification assessment, carried out to a nationally recognised and accepted threshold standard.

CHAS assesses applicants:

  • Health and safety policy statement;
  • Organisation for health and safety;
  • Specific health and safety arrangements.

Visit the CHAS Website to find out more.

View our certificate of Chas Accreditation

Recommended installers of the Saferoller Continual Safety System

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JM Adventure are recommended installers of the Saferoller Continual Safety System.

Saferoller provide a range of accessories relating to aerial adventure parks, high ropes courses and zip-lines. The Saferoller continuous belay system fulfills the highest standards, being EN12278, EN795, EN15567 certified as well as meeting the ACCT standards (USA).

Visit the Saferoller Website to find out more.

Pre-qualified suppliers for construction contracts

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JM Adventure are pre-qualified to government standards by Constructionline.

Constructionline is the UK's largest Government-owned register of contractors and consultants for the construction industry. By getting pre-qualified by Constructionline, our buyers will recognise that we meet industry and Government standards.

Visit the Constructionline Website to find out more.

View our certificate of Constructionline Accreditation

Working at height and lifting

In line with the HSE working at height legislation where access and budget allows JM Adventure will use Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP's) for working at height. If MEWPS are not suitable access will be made using industry standard double rope techniques.

Lifting and erecting steel, cables and elements has the potential to be a hazardous part of ropes course construction. All lifting equipment is inspected independently every six months to comply with Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations (LOLER) and logged accordingly.

Lift plans will be submitted as part of the site-specific method statements and risk assessments prior to our arriving on site.

All our staff are Health and Safety assessed and qualified to work at height safely. Many of are staff are also qualified in the following:

  • IPAF Mobile elevating work platforms
  • CSCS Green Card
  • HSE First Aid at work
  • Slinger and Banksman
  • Telehandler operator
  • NPTC Chainsaw Certificate
  • Wire Rope Inspectors Course
  • NVQ Level 2 Carpentry
  • IPAF
  • NVQ Excavator & Dumper
  • Ropes Course Rescue
  • Lyon Work and Rescue working at height