Pool Safety Inspection

Pool Safety Inspections Video 17 – Above Ground & Inflatable Pools

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains the pool safety requirements of above ground pools and inflatable pools.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 16 – Child Resistant Doors

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains how child resistant doors may form part of a pool barrier and be compliant with pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 15 – Child Resistant Windows

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains how child resistant widows may form part of your pool barrier and be compliant with the pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 14 – Boundary Fence

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains the requirements of a boundary fence if it is also used as a pool fence in order for it to be compliant with the pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 13 – CPR Sign

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains the requirements of a CPR sign in order for it to meet the pool safety regulations.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 12 – Pool Fence & Gate Latching Device

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains the requirements of your pool gate latch and fence to meet the pool safety standards.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 11 – Pool Gates and Latches

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains the requirements for pool gates and latches to be compliant with pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 10 – Pool Fence & Gate Maintenance

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains how to maintain your pool fence and gate so that it is always safe and compliant with the pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 09 – Pool Fence – Gap Under the Fence

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains the measurements required for the gap under your pool fence to meet the pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 08 – Pool Fence – Horizontal Climbable Bars

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains how far apart the horizontal climbable bars must be on your pool fence to mee the requirements of the pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 07 – Pool Fence – Vertical Gaps

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains how large the vertical gaps can be in your pool fence and still be compliant with the pool safety laws.  

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 06 – Pool Fence – Non Climbable Zone

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains how to work out the Non Climbable Zone of your pool fence so that it meets the requirements of the pool safety laws.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 05 – Pool Fence Height

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains the requirements for the height that your pool fence has to be in order to be compliant.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 04 – Building a New Swimming Pool

July 17, 2012 /

This video explains what pool safety laws regulations you have to follow when building a new pool.

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Pool Safety Inspections Video 03 – Your Circumstances

July 17, 2012 /
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Pool Safety Inspections Video 02 – Background Info

July 17, 2012 /

This video contains information about the background of the pool safety laws and regulations. A swimming pool is a structure that is capable of  being filled with 30cm or more of water and is solely or principally used for the purpose of swimming, wading, paddling or other aquatic activities.  This includes: concrete swimming pools fibreglass…

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Pool Safety Inspections Tip #21: Building Cert instead of pool

July 9, 2012 /

At the completion of a new swimming pool, or after other major pool alterations, a building inspector will provide the pool owner with a Form 17, final inspection certificate. This final inspection certificate can be used in the place of a pool safety certificate for the purposes of selling or leasing a property. This is…

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Pool Safety Inspections Tip #20: Pool Safety Certificates

July 9, 2012 /

A pool safety certificate is an approved form advising a person that a swimming pool described on the form, has been inspected by a licensed pool safety inspector, and at the time of inspection the pool complied with the pool safety standard. A pool safety certificate can only be issued by a licensed pool safety…

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Pool Safety Inspections Tip #19: Pool Safety Register

July 9, 2012 /

All pools in Queensland need to be registered by 4 November 2011. There is no charge for registering your pool on the register. However failure to register your pool can incur a fine of up to $2000. Local governments provided data about swimming pools in their respective areas. Subsequently many pools were registered without any…

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Pool Safety Inspections Tip #18: CPR Signs

July 9, 2012 /

A cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) sign must be clearly and conspicuously displayed near the pool. The sign must comply with the Australian Resuscitation Council’s Guideline 7—cardiopulmonary resuscitation, be at least 300 millimetres by 300 millimetres in size, be made of a durable and weatherproof material and clearly state what do in an emergency (e.g. phone 000, ask…

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