Swimming Pool Safety

Swimming Pool Safety Fence Inspections

There are over 300,000 backyard swimming pools in New South Wales, and approximately 70% are non compliant with current Acts and Regulations, swimming pool safety is essential.

We are based in Sydney and travel all over NSW for your Swimming Pool Safety Inspections.

Pool barrier requirements apply to in-ground, above-ground and other portable pools capable of being filled with water to a depth of 300mm or more.

We preform two types of swimming pool inspections, the most common is the Swimming Pool Safety Inspection and the other being a Full Swimming Pool Inspection.

During a Swimming Pool Safety Inspection, we will inspect and provide a written report on:

  • Pool Fences and Gates
  • Climbable Zones around the pool fence
  • CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Chart / Warning Signs
  • Pool Chemical storage

During the Full Swimming Pool Inspection, we will inspect and provide a written report on:

  • Swimming Pool Safety Inspection, plus
  • Pool Accessories – Hoses, leaf scoop, pole, vacuum head and auto pool cleaner
  • Pool Equipment – Filter, Filter Pumps, Heater, Blower
  • Pool Structure and Surrounds Condition

Our Swimming Pool Safety Services

Although we are certified to conduct Swimming Pool Safety Inspections, Currently in NSW only Councils & Private Certifying Authorities are able to provide Compliance Certificate. 

Our services are used if you are unsure of what you are required do to your Swimming Pool Barrier if you receive a non compliance.  We can provide alternative solutions to make your swimming pool safety fencing compliant with the current Acts and regulations.

Our services are also preferred as a pre inspection to a Swimming Pool Safety Compliance inspection, because there is no fear of prostitution, we are here to help and guide you, so that your Swimming Pool Safety Fencing is up to scratch to prevent accidently drowning’s.

Do you know your responsibilities under the Swimming Pools Act?

Swimming Pool Safety for Owners

If you are the owner of premises on which a swimming pool is situated you must ensure that the pool is at all times surrounded by a child-resistant barrier consisting of fencing of a height no less than 1.2 metres (1.8 metres if a boundary fence) and/or your house wall. You must always keep your barrier, gates and doors in good working condition. Doors and gates providing access to the pool area must be kept securely closed at all times when not in actual use.

Swimming Pool Safety for Landlords

The landlord is responsible for providing and maintaining the premises in a reasonable state of repair. The tenant is not to intentionally or negligently damage the premises and the tenant must notify the landlord of any damage.

 

 

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For piece of mind why not have a Full Swimming Pool Inspection conducted whilst having your Swimming Pool inspection completed.

Contact Glen on 0419 600063 or glen@awesim.com.au for further information about Swimming Pool Safety Inspection