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12/A, Narayan Smruti, Chabildas Road, Dadar (w) Mumbai - 400028 Maharastra – INDIA.

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Mon - Sat, 10AM to 6PM




An operational training is essential when it comes to standardized operations procedures. Ensuring maximum safety operations, OmniTerra offers operational training for the operators of current adventure parks. This program is a customized training program which can be designed for any adventure park which is in operations currently or a new park starting operations soon. This training is in accordance with ERCA training syllabus which is most suitable for the operations of an adventure park.

Safety Equipment

OmniTerra uses safety equipment which is manufactured by some reputed brands in adventure industry like – Petzl, Rock Empire etc. Equipment is being tested and practiced at our warehouse before bringing it to the actual work site.

OmniTerra is also a sub-dealer of following brands:

1) Petzl – One of the leading manufacturers of safety equipment in the industry.

2) Rock Empire – One of the leading manufacturers of safety working harnesses in the industry

3) ZAZA – Manufacturer of a continuous belay system which is certified by European Ropes Course Association (ERCA) and Association for Challenge Course and Technology (ACCT)



OmniTerra has a team of certified engineers, specialized in designing adventure parks. A detailed set of drawings, in which stakeholder’s requirement; space planning and operational functionality is integrated into a creative product.

OmniTerra offers ‘Turn Key’ solution which includes –

  • Create ideas
  • Convert ideas to work designs
  • Plan work based on designs
  • Construct as per plans

Audit & Inspection

Third Party Inaugural Inspection of ropes course is an inspection carried out by a competent person, other than operator and manufacturer, to ensure safety. It is a process of reviewing standard operating procedure of a ropes course after construction is done.

The inaugural inspection covers inspection of –

  • Foundation of the Ropes Course
  • Sustainability of the structure and formation of the Ropes Course (Trees, I-Beams, etc.)
  • Safety Systems (Self-Belay, Auto-Belay or Continuous-Belay System) installed on the Ropes Course
  • Loading capacity, as designed by the structural engineer
  • Evaluation of structural documents and designs provided by the manufacturer
  • Evaluation of elements and features of the course
  • Review of Standard Operating Proceduresplans