The Standards Compliance Stamp is enabled for accounts that have presented the following information to Zipline Nirvana moderators:
- Proof of insurance (a minimum of $1,000,000 USD per incident; $2,000,000 USD aggregate).
- Recent inspection report from a professional and known builder of zip lines with an issued statement on the builder's letterhead that the tour meets or exceeds any of a number of recognized standards including but not limited to those set by the , , , EU Standards, Standards Australia's AS 3533 Amusement Device Rides, Ontario TSSA O.Reg 221/01.
- Proof of professional training for guides from a professional trainer, builder, or manufacturer.
- Contact details for the builder, trainer, and operator.
The length of stamp will be based on the manufacturer/builder's recommendation for periodic training and professional inspection not to exceed one year.
It should be understood that the Standards Compliance Stamp does not measure the quality of a tour or risk management practices of an operation. Furthermore, the absence of a stamp does not indicate a deficiency in risk management standards or quality of service. The stamp merely indicates that the documentation listed above was presented to Zipline Nirvana on a given date. The stamp should not be taken as a recommendation or advocacy of one tour over another in any way or form.
Attn: Zipline Nirvana
235 S. Josephine Ave.
Pontiac, Michigan 48341
For a stamp to be issued, all documentation must be submitted. If our moderators are not familiar with a particular builder, standard, or operation; we reserve the right to contact the builder, trainer, local officials, standards agency, insurer, or operator to confirm details. If issued, the stamp will be activated up until the date of next professional inspection, required training, or insurance renewal period; whichever comes first.
Once a stamp expires, it can be renewed by simply submitting the required documentation again.
As the stamp is time-based, we do not provide or allow for tour operators to copy and place the image of the stamp on their website. We are currently working on a script that will allow for the stamp to be remotely pulled from our servers and which confirms the stamp is still active. Operations that have already received the stamp will receive notification once the script has been completed.
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