The Association is open to all sorts of co-operation and welcomes
the opportunitiy to work together with other international Associations
in the industry to set up those synergies in Europe which can
help attain common goals. This is a sort of summary of what
EAASI aims at.
Any co-operation would be highly appreciated.
Any device is useful.
Any constructive criticism will help us improve.
show off our best - TRAINING:
both company staff and Operators in the field. The changing
world of technology together with the growing demand for ever
more breath-taking rides entail the need for a qualified continuous
training aimed particulary at those in the industry with technical
put on our best suit and step up to the occasions, anywhere,
SAFETY, RULES, AND REGULATIONS:
year millions of people resort to amusement rides at parks and
carnivals to enjoy themselves and spend some entertaining quality
time. In a global market you need global regulations.To create
awareness to the growing problem of safety facing the international
ride industry and give the various standardisation committees
a chance to meet and discuss possible collaboration, research
and information-sharing plans will be promoted with the contribution
of Park Experts, Showmen, Certification Bodies, and relevant
work together for the success of our guild - MAINTENANCE:
good design and good manufacturing, good maintenance is of utmost
importance to keep rides in good and safe working conditions.
Specific courses in different fields (mechanics, structures,
electronics, oleodynamics etc.) tailored to the needs of maintenance
staff will be organised.
is strength in numbers, and let business take care of the rest
in parks and at carnivals has its roots deep in history. For
generations it was an occasion to meet and share community feeling
of safety and friendliness. This image has faded and is not
abreast with the times . An issue high on EAASI's agenda is
to work with the European Associations of Parks and Showmen
to re-launch the profile of both park and carnival entertainment,
as well as to upgrade the industry's image with the public Authorities.
Fun fairs were the spontaneous results of the need of people
to celebrate and socialise and have become part of a tradition
which is here to stay.