Research suggests that paintball is in fact an extremely safe sport (for example, paintballers suffer fewer injuries per player than do footballers or even golfers). Nevertheless, as with any vigorous outdoor sport there exists the potential for injury. The primary potential danger in the sport of paintball is from the impact of a paintball with an unprotected eye. Paintballs travel very quickly and have the potential to cause serious injuries.
Delta Force marshals perform a full mask touch test before each game
In order to protect you from the remote possibility of sustaining such an injury Delta Force has taken the following precautions:
All of our practices are the subject of in-depth health and safety risk assessments. These are constantly updated, upgraded and improved.
All Delta Force Paintball senior managers and assistant mangers hold current first aid qualifications and many other senior staff have an ex-services background and hold similar qualifications. An environmental health officer described our health and safety documentation as exemplary and remarked that it complies wholeheartedly with the spirit of the legislation and that it could serve as a model for any similar operator – high praise indeed!
You are in safe hands with Delta Force Paintball.
"The staff were superb and couldn't do enough for us; they helped us carry bags in, offered us tea and coffee, and kept checking to make sure all was good. Zoe and Joe were excellent marshals. We will definitely use you again and recommend."
"Me and all my friends loved every minute of it and we will definitely be back soon. I would love to give a massive thank you to Callum and lads from Delta Force Paintball as they provided us with a safe and yet very fun experience."
"The 2 marshals Zeke and Fifi were great, they did a really good job in looking after the players on my team and controlled the game zones well and kept some players in check. Thanks to both of them and Delta Force."