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A: The program was designed for Canadian residents as a supplement for coverage IN-EXCESS OF Canadian Health Care and not as a replacement.
A: Our requirements are that any Trampoline facility used by our members should be either FIG approved or meet the requirements of ASTM-F2970.
Our member clubs need to ask the facility for supply proof that they meet 1 of – or both standards. It is a Certification – ask for proof of certification. If the facility does not meet either of these 2 standards then they should not be used
If the member club owns their own equipment, then they should take the necessary steps to get approval. This can be done by contacting FIG for FIG Regulations and by asking how FIG goes about certifying a facility.
To obtain ASTM Approval for a facility – members would need to hire an engineer/inspection agency who is recommended by ASTM.
Regardless of certification, members will always need to submit a COI to Freestyle Canada for approval of use from Canadian Snow Sports (CSA).
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Air 1: You can coach skills on trampoline up to front tuck flip (no backs)
Air 2: You can coach up to on and off axis single flips with twists and spins on trampoline
Air 3A - You can coach & qualify up to front & back tuck & cork 720 on air bag and/or water ramp
Air 3B - You can coach all on and off axis single flips with twists and spins on water ramp and/or air bag
Air 4A - You can coach & qualify up to front & back ruck & cork 720 on snow
Air 4B - You can coach all on and off axis single flips with twists and spins on snow