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Pool Safety Assessment Checklists – The Easy Way
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New South Wales
Welcome to the most difficult part of QLD Pool Safety. But we’ve got you.
Checklists are used for legislation and compliance - specifically according to your pool or spa, barrier and property. To make pool safety easier to understand, we created the PoolSS QLD DIY Pool Safety Evaluation. We're here to keep pool safety simple - for you.
Welcome to the most difficult part of NSW Pool Safety. But we’ve got you.
Checklists are used for legislation and compliance - specifically according to your pool or spa, barrier and property. The NSW Swimming Pool Register created Pool Inspection Self-Assessment Checklists to help property owners check the safety of their pool, spa, fences and barriers - with 9 different checklists for every swimming pool or spa, depending on the property and pool type you own. It’s very easy to feel overwhelmed by the complex laws and regulations governing the exact distances and heights of gate latches, climbable objects, fences and barriers.
To make pool safety easier to understand, we created the PoolSS DIY Pool Safety Evaluation from the NSW Swimming Pool Register Pool Inspection Self-Assessment Checklists (that's a mouthful!). We're here to keep pool safety simple (for you too).
1. Find what year/s your pool or barriers were built or installed*
2. Choose The Right Checklist
3. Take Our DIY Pool Safety Evaluation
*Don't know or don't have proof of date when your pool was installed or barrier was built?
Easy. Assess your pool on the current 2012 standard.
Regulations state any recent upgrades or significant repairs or alterations completed on barriers means your pool will be assessed on the current 2012 standard.
built or installed before 01/09/2008
built or installed between
built or installed after
For pools and spas
installed before 8 April 1991
For pools and spas
installed 8 April 1991 - 30 April 2010