Roller-skating is a safe, healthy sport when safe skating guidelines are followed. One of the most important things to remember is to always skate safely, and these guidelines can be helpful:
Be aware of other skaters and objects that may be in your path.
Safety gear is optional when skating inside a rink because risk of injury is reduced due in part to the skating center floor being smooth and well maintained and because safety rules are followed by skaters.
Look where you are going. This includes when you are skating backwards.
Don't throw things. The item you throw could hit another skater or land where someone will skate over it and fall.
Stay aware of your surroundings at all times. This means that you shouldn't talk on a cell phone while skating!
No disorderly conduct.
Obey the rink rules, which often include traveling in the same direction as other skaters; figure skating only in the center (or not at all); not making a chain of skaters; not wearing earphones; not carrying children; and not stopping along the walls.
No bad language.
All food and drink is to be kept in the licensed bar / snack bar area.
No food and beverage items can be brought into the building.
No ‘In and Out’ privileges, pass outs, or loitering around the premises or car parks. An admission fee will required for re-entry.