Recent incidents have highlighted just how vulnerable visitor attractions, public events and the leisure industry have become to an ever-growing array of security threats. Safety also continues to come under increased scrutiny.
The news comes as XL Catlin launches Leisure Protect, an insurance package aimed at the mid to large visitor attraction sector. This latest product provides assistance against catastrophic injury claims and a range of security threats.
The company, which specialises is tailored risk management and assistance, said in a statement:
“We’ve joined forces with specialists in digital leisure safety, Mobaro Park, to support visitor attractions in improving and enhancing safety and security procedures.
Leading edge app provides birds-eye view of operations
“Their leading-edge app gives you a bird’s eye view of your operations, enabling you to take greater control of key safety, maintenance and security procedures, which reduces security errors, defects and lapses.
“It prompts your staff to carry out checks, and makes it easy for them to communicate and report, so you get real-time visibility through easy to view web dashboard. This helps to reduce the need for paper checks and provides you with a digital set of tools that has been designed to suit and enhance the workflows of your operations.”
Developed specifically to meet the needs of the international attractions industry, the Mobaro Park system is increasingly replacing outmoded paper-based systems in theme parks, zoos and more. With a dedicated team of experts behind it, the mobile operations solution has been created for, and tested thoroughly on, attractions’ safety and maintenance routines.
Already trusted by many UK and European parks and attractions, the Mobaro Park digital maintenance and safety solution was recently selected by the brand new Aquaventure Waterpark at Atlantis Sanya. This high-profile project marked Mobaro’s first entry into the Chinese market.